“ Brand: Danone / Type: Yoghurts „
I usually buy Muller Lite yoghurts but decided to try the Activia Fat Free Yoghurt for a change....and because they are currently on offer in Morrisons.
I thought these may help me on my endless crusade to find snacks that I actually like that don't contain enough calories to sustain a small army.
The individual pots were half price at 39p each which I think is a fair price for them as I'm not sure that I'd buy them at full price. They come in 4 flavours, Strawberry, Raspberry, Cherry and Peach.
I'm not really a big fan of Fat Free yoghurts as I think they sometimes have a sort of synthetic, bitter taste from them however I was pleasantly surprised by this yoghurt.
I have so far only tried the peach and strawberry flavours which I both found to be deliciously creamy and filled with lots of juicy, chunky fruit pieces.
These individual pots contain 165g which I find are a much better size for a snack than the smaller pots that you tend to get in packs of 4.
This yoghurt, as does all the Activia range, claims to reduce digestive comfort, I can't however comment on this either way as it's not something that I suffer from.
Each pot contains 101 calories and 0.2g of fat so not entirely "Fat Free" although the fat content only contributes less than 1% of the entire yoghurt and has only a trace of saturated fats.
This is certainly a yoghurt that I would buy again and would definitely recommend for a healthy tasty snack.
As someone who is contantly on a diet - the new single pot fat free yogurts from Activia were a very welcome addition to my shopping trolley.
They contain only 93 calories and no saturated fat per pot (making them only 1.5 points on weight watchers with is on a par with the similar sized Muller Light).
They also claim to 'help reduce slower digestive transit and digestive comfort', but, without going into too much details about my digestive movements, they don't really seem to make too much difference in this aspect at all!
What is does do - and very well - is manage to be a very tasty and creamy yogurt (complete with just-right peach chunks) without being a naughty treat.
They are however not exactly a fully 'natural' yogurt, like some of the advertising might have you believe - with the fat free yogurt mix, there's also some added sugar and sweetenners (14.9g of sugar per pot no less). It also has it's fair share of slightly scary sounding ingredients - like stabilizers, colours and acidity regulators.