These yoghurts are absolutely delicious. They come in a variety of flavours and all of my family adore them. I have recommended this product to my friends and family as eating full fat yoghurts tend to be better for your health as they are not packed with sugar for flavour. I also like to use the yoghurt as a topping for breakfast cerea or with granola (no need to add extra fruit. They are also spectacular as a side for a pudding such as apple crumble, peach cobbler or a chocolate pudding in place of cream or creme fraiche.
You get 4 yoghurts per pack and the yoghurt is separated from the lower fruit level. These can either be mixed together or eaten separately- which tends to be my preference!
Oykos yoghurts feel incredibly indulgent and at 159 calories each they are a little high on the calorie front, however for the taste I think they are worth it! My little one year old son loves them too and will often demand some of my yoghurt after he has finished his own! I think this is good though as children need a lot of vitamin d and calcium to maintain healthy bones and teeth.
Tesco often have them on offer priced at 2 packs for £4 which is a little pricey for yoghurt but I think that the extra cost is really worth it for the quality of the product you actually receive. All in all a fabulous and delicious product.
Tried these yoghurts out for the first time a few weeks ago and they've been part of my regular shop ever since. I've seen Oykos in 3 flavours: peach, strawberry and pear. Currently (14/07/13) for a pack of four x 100g yoghurts it is £2.19 in Tesco and Sainsburys. There are multi-buy offers occasionally on these products.
What you get is really thick, really creamy Greek yoghurt with a delicious, generous layer of soft fruit underneath. The yoghurt has just the right amount of sweetness to it. The fruit layer has lovely chunks of fruit in it. The fruit combinations compliment the yoghurt very well. Peach and strawberry flavours are classics - but I was unsure about pear at first. It's now a firm favourite.
Each pot contains 159 calories. There is 18% of an adults RDA sugar, 8.9% RDA fat, 28% RDA saturates and 2% RDA salt. The FSA traffic light rating gives it two orange, one red and one green light accordingly. These figures put it firmly in the treat food category rather than the diet food category. Isn't that so often the way with things so delicious?
Pricewise Oykos is slightly more expensive than a Muller fruit corner. These yoghurts work out at approx. 49.5p per 100g and working on the premise that Muller fruit corners are currently £3.88 for a pack of 6 at Asda this makes them 43.1p per 100g. I like Muller corners but these make a nice change and I prefer the taste of the yoghurt in these.
Would recommend - I think you've probably guessed that.