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Asda Low Fat Hazelnut Yoghurt

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      24.09.2008 18:17
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      EW! Nuts and yoghurt don't go!

      I have started eating quite a lot of yoghurts recently and I really like Asda yoghurts. They have a smooth consistency and are cheap. They are also probiotic but do not make a big thing of the fact. Usually I go for fruit yoghurts because I'm a bit traditional like that. I do however love nuts and I have a sweet tooth so I thought I'd give the Hazelnut ones a try.

      I did not like the smell of this yoghurt. It was nutty but really sweet. It tastes strongly of hazelnut and has tiny little pieces of nut in there. They are chewy from sitting around in the yoghurt so you don't have to worry about chewing them up - you can just wolf it all down in one!

      It is in their low fat range and so is supposedly healthier than normal yoghurts. Nothing though could entice me to have this again. It is the first nutty yoghurt I have tried so I cannot compare it with others. I certainly like the Asda low fat yoghurt range generally so I'm sure the nut one is nice if you like that kind of thing. Personally though, I will be sticking to fruit yoghurts!

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    • Product Details

      Creamy low fat yoghurt.