Product Type: Muller Dessert / Yoghurts
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Muller Amore Strawberry Yoghurt
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Muller Amore Strawberry Yoghurt
Advantages: real fruit, rich and creamy
Disadvantages: Can be expensive when not on offer.
I do like yogurts but tend to go through stages of eating them. Although I like most flavours of yogurt, one of my favourites is strawberry and when shopping in Asda a few days ago spotted the Muller amore yogurts on special offer and opted to purchase one of the strawberry ones as they looked like quite a nice luxury yogurt compared to the standard ones that I tend to buy.
As stated I purchased this yogurt from asda and it was on a special offer price of £0.50 for an individual 150g pot. Personally I think many people might still find this quite expensive for a single yogurt but they are more luxurious than standard yogurts so are more of a treat than an everyday eat.
The amore yogurts come in a navy blue, round, plastic pot with foil peelable lid. On the lid is the muller logo with the name 'amore' which has a little heart above it and a picture of a lovely ripe strawberry half dipped into cream. It describes the yogurt as being 'thick and creamy'. On the side of the pot you can find full ingredients listings, nutritional information and storage instructions.
This strawberry yogurt as I stated before is quite a luxury product and is made with cream which gives it a lovely rich taste but it obviously increases the calorific and fat content. Each pot contains 150g but the nutritional information on the pot is per 100g, which I think is a little misleading if you do not realise that the pot its actually 150g. So 100g of the yogurt contains the following:
Calories - 144kcal
Protein - 2.6g
Carbohydrate - 17.0g
Fat - 7.3g
Calcium - 92mg (17% of RDA per pot)
When I opened the yogurt I found that it had quite a subtle sweet strawberry fragrance. It was pale pink in colour but not in any way artificial looking and I could see flecks of strawberry pieces mixed into the thick, creamy looking yogurt. After looking at the ingredients listings it states that the yogurt contains 11% strawberries and beetroot juice for colouring. It was nice to know that there was a good amount of fruit in the yogurt and that it contained natural a natural colouring.
As far as the taste goes I found this yogurt to be very nice indeed. It had a thick consistency and tasted very luxurious. The contents of the whipped cream certainly give it richness and you could taste the delicate strawberry flavour coming through. There were little bits of strawberry spread throughout the yogurt which I found to be very nice although I know a lot of people who are a little fussy about things with bits in but personally I like this as it makes tastier. I would not eat these yogurts everyday but to me they make a nice alternative to a dessert as they are still quite light and don't leave you feeling over full as you can get with a stodgy pudding. I would certainly recommend this Muller strawberry amore yogurt as it has a lovely taste and I cannot wait to try some of the other flavours in the range.
Summary: A luxurious, grown up yogurt.
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