“ Brand: Muller / Type: White „
So, after eating my last corner and reviewing itr on here, someone told me they were on 5 for a £1 at Tesco. I took myself down there and snapped some up, including this new one which claims to be a limited edition and I have never seen before. It is white chocolate and raspberry and I had tried the dard chocolate and cherry one before so was excited to try this one. I was so excited and hungry I actually ate it in the car!!
The yogurt here is white chocolate flavour and it is off white and creamy as you would expect. You can knid of taste the chocolatre but I wouldn't have guessed the flavour if I hadnt been told. I don't actually think it goes well with the tartness of the yogurt but hey, it does work.
The small corner is full of raspberry jam sort of stuff, similar to you might find on a fruit corner. This has got pips in and is not as sweet as some of them can be so I thought this was really good. It does taste good mixed in with the yogurt too.
Like most of the corners it has about 200 calories and is good for a treat/snack/breakfast/pudding for me. I think it is really filling and my boyfriend loves them (not this flavour! in his lunch at work). They are also suitable for vegetarians and they contain a lot of calcium which is great.
The packaging of this one is like that of most corners with the small and bigger triangles of topping and yogurt respectively. The lid does look quite luxurious though as it has dark red raspberry colours and a goldy limited edition sign.
Something I felt dissapointed with was the yogurt like I said. It tasted a bit too chemically and with the dark choclate one it actually had little chocolate flecks in it, but this one didn't have this and it didn't taste as luxurious as the dark one. I will still try to snap up a few more before the offers which are around at the moment end!!
After seeing an advert for these on TV when they were first "released" both me and my mom really wanted to try them and the other chocolate yoghurt in this range. So the next day when I saw them on offer in Morrison's I picked up two of each flavour for us to try but obviously today I'll be reviewing the white chocolate flavour. I like the ordinary Muller Corners anyway but being a massive chocoholic I thought this would be a real treat for me but at the same time not as choc (!!) full of calories as a a whole bar of chocolate.
So this yoghurt is still pretty high in calories so if you do try it and like it it may be better to save it for a treat rather than an everyday snack.
Now I half expected this to have a separate little compartment for both the white chocolate and the raspberry but I was shocked to see that the chocolate was actually just part of the yoghurt flavouring and not in little bits like I had expected which I was a bit disappointed about but anyway I got on with eating the thing.
As I was eating this yoghurt I was really hoping that the chocolate flavour would be quite strong but if I'm honest I could barely taste it at all. I'm not sure whether the taste was overpowered by the raspberry or the natural yoghurt flavours or if it just wasn't very strong to begin with. It tasted more like vanilla to me than anything else which isn't surprising considering that is one of the main ingredients and if I'm honest it did taste nice but nothing like chocolate.
Also the raspberry sauce has little bits and pips in which I didnt like and I found they kept getting lodged in my teeth. Id say the overall taste of this was for my pretty disappointing although the yoghurt itself was quite tasty if a little plain.
I didnt enjoy this as much as I thought I would, not by a long shot. Having said that it is pretty nice and did fill me up for quite a while. If your looking for a substitute for chocolate though this will not suffice because it tastes absolutely nothing like chocolate which really disappointed me. I would eat them again if they appeared in the fridge but I will not be making an effort to buy them again myself.
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I picked these up today as they were on special at tesco 2 multi packs for £5.00 so I thought they would be great for desserts for my daughter.
It was at the point that I started unpacking the individual Limited Edition fruit corners that I started to suspect that I was very wrong thinking these would be great for my 8 year old daughter particularly the Raspberry & White Chocolate.
The first thing I notice was how sophisticated the cover on the pot looked, far too sophisticated for me 8 year old. The pot itself is it's well known shape the larger yogurt side with the smaller corner. The lid displays plump ripe raspberries and has a limited edition stamp on it.
So if it looks that good how does it smell? It's smells of creamy yogurt with a hint of white chocolate and the raspberries smell really juicy.
Does white chocolate mix well with yogurt? OH MY it sure does! The yogurt side on its own tastes delicious with the hint of white chocolate, its lovely and creamy, but when you stir in the raspberries to, the slight sharpness of the raspberries blends perfectly with the taste of the white chocolate yogurt. DELICIOUS.
So now I am wondering what the calorific value is of this scrummy yogurt.
100 g (just over half a pot) contains
It is fair to say that it is quite high in calories, so maybe I will keep these for delicious treats.
Rating 5/5 Truly scrumptious and can be found hiding behind the orange juice in my fridge so that my daughter can't find them.
This new special edition yoghurt is yet another great product from Mueller. The yoghurt is flavoured in gorgeous white chocolate without it being too sweet and sickly. The raspberry corner is jammy in texture and blends in very well with the white chocolate.
It makes a perfect dessert and leaves the guilt out of the picture as it is low in calories. It tastes like a little piece of heaven on earth.
I am not a huge fan of yoghurt as sometimes I find it a bit too sour. But the Raspberry and White Chocolate treat has certainly won me over and has become a regular in my shopping list.
At the time of writing, Tesco has a deal where you can buy 4 for £2 and Saisbury's had a deal last week for 8 for £2. Look out for these deals as they also keep the wallets fit and healthy!
It says on the front that these are limited edition so if you want to get tasting you better be quick! Having said that, I'm sure there have been quite a few products which have started out as limited edition but then ended up staying for good.
I was quite excited when I saw this but my initial reaction was that if it's Raspberry and White Chocolate it must be quite fattening. However, it was less fattening than the other ones with a chocolate theme (like the choco balls one), and probably about the same as the fruit corners. The pots are 175g, and per 100g there is 3.5g of fat (2.1g saturated) and 119 calories. That's not too bad in my opinion, for something which is a nice little treat / dessert but well over half the fat of most chocolate bars.
In terms of the flavours.....the raspberry side is delicious even by itself. It's like a little compote and has what look like raspberry seeds in it. The raspberry taste is really nice and goes very well with the white chocolate yoghurt which takes up the larger side of the muller yoghurt. I was a bit worried that the white chocolate side might just taste like all their other yoghurts, but actually there is a white chocolate taste to it. If you are expecting something very chocolatey, thick and / or creamy, then you might be disappointed, as for a reasonably low-fat yoghurt like this it just isn't possible. The white chocolate is somewhere between a full-on fatty white chocolate yoghurt, and the other muller corner yoghurts. It has the distinctive taste of a muller corner yoghurt so it isn't radically different in that way, but there is a nice white chocolatey flavour to it as well. It reminds me a little bit of milky bars or white chocolate easter eggs. The best flavour comes when you put the raspberry and white chocolate together and you get a delicious and satisfying taste in your mouth. I could have eaten two!
In terms of the price, I got mine for 50p from a little independent shop near my work but I'm guessing it would vary a bit between different shops.