After receiving a more than generous delivery from my favorite yogurt folks just the other day I was more than excited to get in the kitchen and try out something new!!

Okay, well more realistically, I was excited to come up with a super simple yet flavorful recipe that I could throw together on a Sunday and have for lunches for a few meals during the week… yea yea yea

And after seeing this idea on this lovely lady’s blog, I knew it (1) had to be done and (2) just how I was gonna stir it up a bit!! πŸ˜‰

Typical. Right?

Enter: Pineapple Chobani.

Which will forever and always be my favorite Chobani flavor. Even if I have toyed with the idea of Apple Cin taking those ranks before…

But back to the matter at hand.

Pineapple Chobani is probably one of the.most. decandant yogurt treats I’ve ever had.

So when the thought of mixing the sweet pineapple flavor with toasty peanut butter & sesame crossed my mind, I knew it just had to be done.

This salad is so so so easy. And Jess, you’re a genius for coming up with this combo of main ingredients. I feel like broccoli slaw is so underused & underrated!

All you have to do here is stir up the dressing using pineapple Cho, peanut butter, sesame oil, rice vinegar and a few shakes of salt & red pepper flakes.

Then layer in the veggies, beans & raisins.

Pour on the sauce.

And give a good stir.

And yup. There you have it. You.are.done. πŸ˜€

The toasty, sweet n’ slightly spicy dressing perfectly coats the crisp broccoli slaw and bites of creamy chickpeas and sweet chewy raisins add such a fun contrast to the whole salad experience.

Let’s just say that this salad that was “supposed to be for the week” was g-o-n-e in t-w-o dayzzzz. Yea whoops.

Ah well, there are worse things that have happened πŸ˜‰

I have to tell ya that I was more then impressed with how this turned out. Seriously a perfect summer recipe, so cool and refreshing and just such a fun twist of flavors.

Hopefully you’ll give it a try and enjoy it as much as I did too! πŸ™‚


  1. book marked- oh my deliciousness

  2. Sounds so good! Leave it to Jess to inspire something so wonderful. You guys make a great team πŸ™‚

  3. I am so excited to try your twist on this!! And I agree, Pineapple is my favorite too. Mango/Lemon are close second…

  4. Oh my gosh YUM!!! That sounds fantastic! I love broccoli slaw, but I’m always boring with it (balsamic vinegar + Parmesan cheese) I love the idea of adding pineapple!! And that sauce sounds delish!

  5. Oooh it DOES look great!

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