Asda Smart Price Low Fat Strawberry Yogurt Reviews
Product Type: Asda Dessert / Yoghurts
Newest Review: ... allergy advice, nutritional information, weight and contact details are given for Asda too. Cheap looking packaging as usual ... more
by - written on 13/04/10 (Very useful, 33 readings)
Trying to save money on our weekly shop, we've changed from buying the leading brands, to purchasing the asda smart price, Sainsbury's basic and Tesco value products. I tend to purchase food from every supermarket known on the hunt to find the best value and best quality food I can. Asda smart price yoghurts come in a pack of 6 for the low price of 44p. These include three strawberry and 3 raspberry. Each pot holds 125ml, don't forget that the pots themselves can be recycled. The lids are easy to get off and inside reveals a lovely light pinkie coloured yoghurt. The yoghurt itself I found slightly watery as it didn't have that lovely thick creamy ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/03/10 (Very useful, 20 readings)
We get through a lot of yoghurts in our house, and what with the credit crunch and belt-tightening and all that, I have been looking for an economical way to satisfy our yoghurt needs. Having tried a few different brands across the price ranges, we have now settled on Asda Smart Price low fat yoghurts. This makes both adults and children happy. The category here is just the strawberry flavour, but we usually get these in 6-packs which are 3 strawberry, 3 black cherry. It costs 44p for for this 6 pack, which is really an amazing price. The packaging is the usual green and white, so it's not winning any style awards but who cares? It doesn't have a cardboard ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/02/10 (Very useful, 17 readings)
Since the festive period has passed, my good lady wife and I have been cutting down a bit on what we eat, not dieting just cutting down and one way we have found to reduce our calorie and fat content is to turn to yogurts instead of rice pudding and other fattening puddings like cheesecakes and ice cream. We have been trying a wide range of yogurts and recently gave this Asda smart price low fat strawberry one a go, this way we were saving on pennies as well as on calories, in truth though although this wasn't bad I would rather spend a bit extra for better quality. When you open the typical foil lid you see a very pale looking pink yogurt not like ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/11/09 (Very useful, 13 readings)
My mum has been buying these cheap strawberry yogurts from Asda for ages but the naff pot has always put me off so the first time I tried them was today when I fancied a yogurt and these were all that was there. I've tried the Tesco Value yogurts and they were proper nasty but these aren't bad! The only thing that says it's a cheap yogurt is that it's quite thin, it's not mega thin like some of the yogurts you get in places like Lidl but it deffo hasn't got a luxury texture. The yogurt tastes nice though. There's a lovely fruity flavour and it's quite natural tasting, it's very sweet and that's not suprising because when I looked at the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/07/09 (Very useful, 47 readings)
These Asda Smartprice Strawberry flavoured yoghurts are available in singles at just 9p or in a pack of six (six strawberry and six black cherry) for just 43p. There is also a Toffee flavoured one available singularly for 9p. The pots are 125g and have just 98kcal per pot. These yoghurts have been on our shopping list for a while now after someone recommended them to me. But to me they are not 'eating yoghurts' they are far to watery for my liking. Don't get me wrong they are not at all bad for 9p but I couldn't say that I would immensely enjoy eating one on its own. Poured over fruit they are quite good. They do have a slightly 'artificial sweetener ... Read the complete review
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