“ Type: Yoghurts „
My wife and I do almost all our shopping in either Asda or Tesco but we do have a Co-op store just down the road from our home so from time to time we have a look around in there or if we need something small we nip there for it.
A few days ago we were in there and they had their Low fat yogurts on offer at four for a pound so we grabbed some and I am glad we did as they were very decent, very tasty yogurts.
My favourite of them was the Toffee ones which although low in fat certainly were not low in taste.
The yogurt is quite a thick one which is unusual for a cheap yogurt and it looked and smelled very nice as well as tasting it.
It is a light shade of brown and has some darker brown specks through it which I guess were tiny pieces of toffee.
There was a very true toffee taste to this yogurt rather than the artificial taste you get from many and obviously being low in fat they are better for you than many too.
A 125g pot of this contains 125 calories, 20g of sugar and just 1.3g of fat so they are a proper low fat yogurt not like the ones that claim to be low fat but still have about 4 or 5g of fat in them.
These are normally 30p each but I think they might be on this four for a pound offer quite often, I recommend them at either price and some of the other flavours are nice too (reviews to follow).
I am actually eating a co op low fat toffee yoghurt as I type this revue.The pots for the low fat yogurts have recently been redesigned I think, the toffee flavour comes in a plain brown and white plastic pot. Its quite hard to spot it instore as it lurks amongst more highly decorated products,although the pot is plastic the design is probably in line with the co ops policy of reduced and simpler packaging.Inside the pot is a perfectly nice smooth pale brown yogurt with a definite toffee flavour.It cost 32p, I have seen cheaper value range yogurts, but this is creamier and nicer than your average value range yogurt.It is 120 calories per pot,and is quite high in sugars(19.8g), but after all you could reduce that by buying a fruit flavour, it is toffee after all.It has no "bits" but is uniformly smooth all the way through.You get what it says on the pot, a nice if not exciting yogurt.