Currently Snacking On: Petite Crème


I am excited to share my latest obsession today, Stonyfield’s new Petite Crème! Have you tried it? If you haven’t, you are missing out! We are Petite Crème crazy at our house! Petite Crème is similar to Greek yogurt, but not as tangy. It is high in protein, low in fat, and super creamy! It is my new favorite snack!


Petite Crème comes in seven delicious flavors: Vive la Vanilla, La Vie en Strawberry, Belle Blueberry, Mon Cherry Amour, Ooh lala Peach, Plain and Simple, and Strawberry-Banana Menage. I said all of those in my sexiest French accent:) Ok, my accent was horrible. I took French in high school, but I guess I should of studied harder:)

I love the names and I love the packaging! So fun! And of course I love the flavors, they are all tasty! I am in love with Greek yogurt’s creamy French cousin!


So let’s talk about a few of my favorite flavors. I love the Plain and Simple because I am a plain and simple kind of gal! I like eating it plain and using it in my favorite Green Smoothie.


Sometimes I play dress up with the Plain and Simple and make a parfait! I layer the Petite Crème with granola and fresh fruit! I love using my homemade Coconut Granola or Brown Butter Maple Granola. This is one of my favorite snacks! Caleb likes it too!


Our peach tree was loaded this year so I have been looking for ways to enjoy our sweet peaches. I topped whole wheat waffles with Petite Crème Ooh lala Peach and fresh peach slices. OOH LALA is right! Talk about a heavenly breakfast treat! Peaches and Creme waffles, YUM! Who needs whipped cream when you have Petite Crème!

Petite Crème is also great on pancakes or stirred into your favorite oatmeal. I think I will top our Baked Peach Almond Oatmeal with Ooh lala Peach next time!


My favorite flavor is the Vive la Vanilla! It is AMAZING! I love the specks of vanilla bean. It is so good that I hide them in the back of the fridge so Caleb doesn’t see them. I know, I am a terrible mother, but Caleb loves the Vive la Vanilla too and he tends to hog it if I don’t hide it:)

It is fabulous right out of the container, but when I am in an indulgent mood, which is almost always, I like to add toasted coconut and mini chocolate chips to the mix! You HAVE to try this combo! It is to die for!


Petite Crème sweet fresh cheese is good any time of the day, for breakfast, snack time, or dessert! It is also great at 2:00 a.m. when you are up feeding a newborn baby. Trust me, I know:) It is a great “on the go” snack or a great sit down and savor every bite kind of snack!

If you are looking for a new snack, make sure you try Stonyfield’s Petite Crème. The silky, smooth, and mild sweet fresh cheese will make you feel like you are indulging, but remember Petite Crème’s are low in fat and high in protein! You can’t beat that! And warning, your French accent might come out after eating a few bites:) Bon Appétit!:)

To find Petite Crème in a store near you, visit Stonyfield’s website.

Disclosure-this post is in partnership with Stonyfield, but our opinions are our own.

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  1. we LOVE the Petit Creme too! I have always loved Greek yogurt, but not the tanginess so much…so this is perfection!

  2. I’ll have to see if our local store has it….haven’t seen it before but then I’ve been burned out on greek yogurt for a while so I kinda run past the yogurt section…lol

  3. Ooh, I love Stonyfield yogurt and these new petit cremes sound lovely…Will definitely check to see if the stores around here carry it yet!

  4. Yummy! But bummer for those of us that have to watch our sugar intake! The vanilla has over 4 teaspoons of sugar! So disappointing!

  5. I’m so happy you shared this! I can’t wait to try Petite Creme! We love Stonyfield! And I love all of the ways you used it! Great ideas!

  6. This sounds lovely. I don’t mind Greek yogurt, but sometimes its too sour for me, so this might be perfect!

  7. Where or where do you buy this! I so miss real French and european yoghurt:( the Greek just isn’t the same and doesn’t do it for me, this sounds like it just might do the trick!

    1. Visit Stonyfield’s website, they have a store locator on their site. I hope you can find it!

  8. Perk of having your father in law own the local grocery store… requests for days. He’s good to me though! Can’t wait to look these up and get them in the store!

  9. Thanks for posting this. I keep seeing this yogurt at the super market and wondering what it is and what it tastes like!

  10. Great job of circumelocution! OK? What is it?
    I make my own Greek Yogurt which is better than any on the market.
    So, exactly what is “Petit Creme”?

  11. I don’t believe this is yogurt at all, there is nothing on the label that indicates it has active bacterial cultures. It is labeled as “Sweet Fresh Cheese”. Don’t know what that means exactly.
    I tried the strawberry banana, I did not find it to be very sweet at all.

    1. I cant find them either! Im Pregnant and needing some! I went to Kroger last night to buy ALL the vanilla they had and they were NO where to be found… so sad! I cant believe it.

  12. This has been around in Europe for decades…it’s called “Petits suisses”…it’s a favourite for the childrens’ “gouter” after school.
    AKA “yogurt cheese” which you can make yourself by straining the liquid portion out of yogurt thru a cheesecloth or other filter….with the plain stuff, you can control the sugar and calories you’re consuming.
    just sayin’
    ALTHO,,when we were all doing baby-sitting back in Paris to make ends meet as students..a friend of mine swears she owed the 30 pounds she gained to petits suisses.

    1. I made a big jump there..’petit suisse’ is NOT yogurt cheese, but the “cheese” is pretty much the same thing..thickness and taste.  The “suisses” ate a tad stiffer and come in little paper-lined pots…around 60 grams each…