Organic cottage cheese also contains active cultures. I get Horizon brand. The flavor is a little different from conventional cottage cheese, but not in a bad way.
What if you were to get vanilla yogurt (not plain- yuck!) and add banana slices? I think Kroger's store brand yogurt has a bananas foster flavor, but I've never tried it. I don't know of any strawberry yogurts, other than Whips, that don't have chunks of strawberry in them.
I picked up some Blue Bunny Light No Sugar Added Superfruit yogurt the other week, and that's been pretty good. The blackberry/lingonberry flavor had seeds, so I would skip that. But everything else has had little flecks of fruit, but not chunks.
Jen77...yup Activia was nasty to me too. And it is more expensive and a smaller portion. So I took that one off the list pretty quickly.
As for the no sugar theory guys....well I won't bother with eating it if it is sugar free and plain or vanilla. I wanted it as a treat that would also not be too harsh on me. Lose the sugar and the flavors and I might as well stick with dry toast. My intention was more to find something else to eat that was tame than to get probiotics or "health care" from it.
Let me know if anyone has else has tried brands other than Yoplait that had little solid fruit.