Alpro Soya Dark Chocolate Flavoured Dessert Reviews
Product Type: Alpro Dessert / Yoghurts
Description:Brand: Alpro / Type: Other Desserts
Newest Review: ... as one doesn't quite hit the spot ;) but that might just be because I'm greedy :P. You might find that one is enough or you ... more
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Alpro Soya Dark Chocolate Dessert 4 X 125G
A delicious low fat dark chocolate flavoured soya dessert with ad ...
Last Update 05.12.2013 08:28
by - written on 14/08/11 (Very useful, 132 readings)
For awhile now I've gone towards none dairy items, after my batch of excruciating headaches and upset stomachs I found out that my body has a slight intolerance to it. I was thinking oh great this is going to be a nightmare, but I'm so surprised that there are so many specialist foods out there! Alpro Soya Dark Chocolate Flavoured Dessert: "A delicious low fat dark chocolate flavoured dessert with added calcium and vitamins" My Findings: Well I was browsing the supermarket selves for non dairy items when I came across these beauties. As this was something I've never had to look for before it was my first time of seeing this ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/05/10 (Very useful, 159 readings)
As I have mentioned in other reviews of mine I am lactose intolerant and cannot stand soya milk. Although this initially put me off trying their other products I decided that the products with flavours were worth a shot (in the hope the flavours would disguise the soya taste). It worked! These desserts are brilliant; you would never guess they were a soya product. You can buy them in packs of 4x125g pots for around £1.40. They tend to be found on the shelf in supermarkets and not in the fridge.. And that packaging tells you to store them in the cupboard up until an hour before you're planning on eating it and that's when you should pop it in to the fridge to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/01/09 (Very useful, 306 readings)
I'm trying desperately to give up dairy produce due to the appalling way animals are treated in order to meet demand. So currently I'm trying out alternatives to everyday dairy products. I decided to try Alpro Soya dark chocolate flavoured desserts as an alternative to yoghurts. ++THE PRODUCT++ Alpro soya desserts come in a range of flavours, including chocolate, caramel, vanilla and forest fruits. I decided to try dark chocolate as I am a huge dark chocolate fan anyway. The dessert comes in a pack of 4 125g pots which have peel-off lids similar to yoghurts. The four pots are attached to each other and come in a cardboard sleeve which has ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/10/09, updated on 11/10/09 (Very useful, 338 readings)
I love alpro soya brand products of all types, especially their flavoured desserts. These desserts come in vanilla, caramel, chocolate and dark chocolate flavoured. This review is for the dark chocolate variety. These desserts make a great low-calorie treat at only 115 calories per pot. They also contain omega 3 and 6 oils which is important for vegetarians like myself (vegans too) as usually these oils are found in fish. These desserts are also perfect for people with nut allergies as they are produced in a nut-free environment, and for the lactose-intolerant as well. Finally and very reassuringly, they are made with non-GM soya beans. These ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/08/12 (Very useful, 96 readings)
If you are new to my reviews on food then you won't know I follow a vegan diet. This means no eggs, dairy (milk from animals), animal products or meat in my diet and I've been happily following this diet for the past 7 years :). I went into the vegan diet for my health first and foremost - I wanted to improve my eating habits and felt I could achieve this with a vegan diet. As we all know a little of what you fancy won't kill you and so when I found out about the Alpro range (a range of dairy free creams, milks, puddings and yoghurts/pouring yoghurts) I was very happy to discover the dark chocolate puddings. ASDA often offer them for £1 per pack. In a pack ... Read the complete review
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