Product Type: Danone Dessert / Yoghurts
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My big, fat Greek yogurt!
Danone Shape Greek Style Yoghurts
Member Name: kaitlinsmummy
Danone Shape Greek Style Yoghurts
Advantages: Delicious and fruity.
After doing my weekly shop and beig astounded by the sheer amount of quality food products currently on offer at Asda, I decided now was the time to try something new, with one of those items being subject of this review!
The product I will now review is - "Danone shape - low fat Greek style yoghurt with fruit".
As mentioned earlier, this was brought due to the fact it is currently on offer, this being "2 for £2.00" and this includes Shape and Ski varieties of yoghurts too, saving around the 80p mark!
These yoghurts, like so many others, come in a pack of four, sealed together with a cardboard sleeve enveloping them, with all the relevant information to be had found on said sleeve.
I had never tried Greek yoghurt before, so was really not sure whether I would actually like them or not!
Each pot holds 125g of yoghurt, and is a slightly more modern shape than most bog standard pots, being slightly more squat and rounded, a pretty inane thing to mention you might think, but due to the slightly different shape it is much easier to get every dreg from the pot instead of having to leave dregs as the spoon won't get into the corners!
In the pack there are four pots, 2 x of each flavour, these being lemon and orange, although I don't avoid the more traditional flavours I am one of those people who doesn't particularly like "bits" in there yoghurt, preferring a smoother alternative, so lemon and orange would be fine, as even with the added fruit it still won't set my teeth on edge like seeded fruit yoghurts do!
When you have peeled back the lid you are faced with a mousse type dessert rather than a yoghurt, then once you have dunked your spoon you notice just how thick and smooth this really is.
The smell is nice and noticeable, but only the orange one has distinctive pieces of fruit visible, with the lemon one being barely yellow in colour!
The taste is incredible! The yoghurt is smooth, thick and actually much more fruity than I was expecting, after eating the pot I really felt I had had a treat rather than it being diet food!
The nutritional information is as follows -
2.1g of which saturates.
Allergy advice states that this contains milk and is produced on a line that handles wheat, but then states that is suitable for coeliacs, not really, due to the wheat comment!
This product also states that it is free from artificial sweeteners, preservatives and colours.
For more information visit - www.danoneshape.com
Thanks for reading x
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