“ Type: Yoghurts „
One thing I like to have at home is a variety of snacks for my daughter to have, be it yoghurt, fruit, breadsticks, crackers etc as she is a nibbler and between meals she is constantly seeking something to peck at until dinner is ready. Her absolute favourite is a muller yoghurt (surprisingly!) and so whenever I head out food shopping I ensure to pick up a few varieties of these to have on standby!
They come in a few flavours - peach and apricot, strawberry, black cherry, blueberry, red cherry, raspberry amongst other varieties like the crumble, digestive biscuit, toffee hoops, chocolate flakes and so on. There is quite a nice selection to choose from and occasionally muller will do some limited edition flavours so I certainly think there is something for everyone!
The yoghurts come in small plastic pots which are a square shape, but underneath the label the contents of the yoghurt are separated into two triangles. The larger triangle which is about 70% of the pot contains plain yoghurt and the smaller triangle, the remaining 30% of the pot contains the fruit compote. When I first ate these I was disappointed at the ratio as I was always greedy and ate far too much compote leaving the plain yoghurt to go to waste, but now as an adult I can see there is more than enough if eaten properly! Today I had the strawberry one, so there is a large amount of the plain yoghurt - it isn't quite vanilla or greek yoghurt as the flavour isn't as sharp and sour but just natural and pretty tasteless. The strawberry compote is very rich, with ample thick, juice, strawberry pieces which are sweet and delicious.
Everyone has their preferred way of eating the yoghurt, some people I know break the pot in two pieces and pour the compote into the plain yoghurt and mix it all up, my daughter just scoops it into the compote and leaves it on top, whereas I like to be quite fussy and each time dip my spoon into the compote, then into the plain yoghurt and not mix the two! I find that taste wise, when mixed together the fruit section and the compote always compliment each other, making the yoghurt a delicious little treat to have, and I often enjoy taking one to work to have as a dessert after my lunch.
The price of these yoghurts can vary, for one pot is an extortionate 69p, but the last time I bought these they were on offer at Tesco at 10 for £3, making them effectively 30p each which is much more reasonable. I really recommend muller corner fruit yoghurts as they are nice and yummy, good quality yoghurts with a lot of fruit selections to choose from. I have tried pretty much all of them and the only one I wasn't a fan of was the red cherry as it was a bit sour, compared to black cherry which is deliciously sweet! On the whole I give these yoghurts 4 stars as I just wish they weren't so expensive when not on offer!
Wow, I have just got back from the UK (spend a lot of time there) and have now thoroughly sampled the Muller Yog(h)urt corners. Let me tell you, in this consumers opinion, the UK one is FAR superior. I brought back a lid from a container and compared the two ... not even close. Enjoy the UK one!
I go through stages of eating yogurt and when I do will generally eat them for breakfast. Having not eaten yogurts for sometime the last time I did a big shop I decided to purchase some and the Muller fruit corners happened to be on a special offer.
The Muller corners come in a large variety of different flavours and comprise of a two section pot with the large section containing sweetened natural yogurt and the smaller a fruit compote. I purchased a multi-pack of four of the yogurts which contained two strawberry and two peach & apricot flavour. I paid just £1.14 for the multi-pack which was on a half price promotion and thought this was very good value as these yogurts retail for around £0.68 individually.
There are currently 5 different flavours in the fruit corner range:
Blackberry & Raspberry
Peach & Apricot
The yogurt as stated previously comes packaged in a two section plastic pot which has a peel able foil lid. On the lid you can find the product information including storage instructions, ingredients listings and nutritional information. Each pot contains 150g and you need to keep them stored in the fridge.
I can remember when these yogurts were launched when I was a child and having the fruit separate from the yogurt was quite a novelty. You can fold the pot in half to allow the fruit to be tipped into the yogurt but I tend to eat mine by placing a little of the fruit on my spoon then gathering some yogurt. Having the fruit separate means that if you don't have a really sweet tooth then you can leave some of the fruit making it quite versatile to meet differing tastes.
I think over time I have tried all of the flavours in the fruit corner range and have enjoyed them all. The fruit compote tends to be quite thick and although fairly sweet does have a little sharpness too. The sweetened naturally yogurt is very pleasant in both taste and texture with it being quite thick and smooth and sweetened just enough to take the bitterness away which normally occurs in unsweetened natural yogurt. I find that there is just the right amount of yogurt to fruit for me but as stated previously with the fruit being separate you can alter how much you add depending on personal preference.
Overall I really do enjoy eating these yogurts they are tasty and have just the right balance of fruit to yogurt ratio for me. The packaging is quite unique and fun with the separate sections which makes them quite unique. I think the only negative is that these can be a little expensive when not on offer.
Banana and Chocolate Flakes Flavour
This is a surprisingly pleasant combination from the seemingly endless Muller Corner range. Most of us will be familiar with the twin potted yogurt and feature flavour occupying the corner. The banana yogurt is nicely flavoured without tasting synthetic or overwhelming. The consistency is smooth, creamy and refreshing. It combines readily with the chocolate flakes which are satisfyingly crunchy with a good depth of flavour. Although they are advertised as cornflakes they actually bear more resemblance to a coffee bean/ Rice Krispie hybrid. The only dilemma left to conjure with is whether you keep them separate from the yogurt or mix them in and make a glorious mess!
The yogurt comes in the trademark Muller Corner white plastic twin pot with a foil backed peelable lid. It contains two triangular receptacles, one of which is twice the size of the other. The packaging is also recyclable, as evidenced by the symbol on the base.
Energy 602kg (143 kcal)
Of which sugars 16.8g
Of which saturates 3.2g
Calcium 130mg - 24% of RDA* per pot.
* Recommended Daily Amount.
Yogurt, sugar, banana purée (4%), corn flour, milk powder, cocoa butter, cocoa mass, modified maize, starch, whey powder, flavourings. Stabilisers: Acacia gum, pectins, salt, citric acid. Emulsifier: Soya, lecithins; barley malt. Colour: Carotenes. Milk chocolate coated cornflakes (10%). Contains milk, barley (gluten) and soya.
Quite small writing below the list of ingredients informs us that the product may contain nut and/or egg traces. This could be more prominent. It also contains gluten, but you would only be aware of this from reading through the ingredients. There really should be a separate warning under 'allergy advice' for this and the nut and eggs.
Contains no artificial colours, preservatives or sweeteners and is also suitable for vegetarians.
Keep refrigerated. The 'best before' date on my pot is 26 days from the date of purchase so it has a good, fridge, shelf life.
Cost and availability
I bought mine as part of a mix and match offer at Morrison's where they were/are 10 for £2 (until stocks last). Otherwise, they are a shade over 50p each there normally. They are widely available at most supermarkets.
No telephone number is provided.
The postal address is Muller Dairy (UK) Ltd, TF9 3SQ.
The website is www.mullerdairy.co.uk
There are a variety of products in the Muller Corner range, and my review is for the strawberry Muller Corner, which is pictured above. However the packaging has since changed and it is now mainly green and white, with a little red.
I am not mad on this design and I don't really see the significance of all the green! I think the packaging pictured here was preferable and more indicative of the content.
The packaging does tell us in large letters that the product is still 4% fat. It also contains 11% strawberries and over a quarter of your recommended daily allowance of calcium. The pot is 175g and has about 200 calories.
As with all Muller corner yoghurts, the square tub is divided into two sections - one much bigger one with yoghurt and one smaller section with the additional flavourings, depending on which version you've opted for. This one of course contains a rich strawberry puree in a deliciously deep red colour. It's a really nice, thick texture and has no lumps of strawberry, but a few seeds dotted around so it does look very natural.
The natural yoghurt is quite thick and creamy and tastes good on it's own - quite sweet - but I think the addition of the strawberry puree makes this a really delicious yoghurt. I tend to take a little strawberry on my spoon and top it up with the yoghurt but of course you can mix them both together if you prefer.
This yoghurt is a nice, rich, sweet treat and it feels quite decadent although it is low in fat. I tend to have one of these for breakfast some mornings and I do find it quite filling and more satisfying than some other yoghurts.
I have tried a few other Muller Corner yoghurts but this is definitely my favourite, and I would recommend it! This cost me 54p but you often see them on offer.
I am a fan of the Muller Corner, and specifically the strawberry one, I do like some of the other flavours and I would tell you them all, but there is so many different flavours and they are still bringing out other flavours, also you may find two flavours combined together to add some difference.
Cherry and dark chocolate
Just to name a few.
This tasty Muller strawberry corner comes in a plastic container with a foil over the top that acts as the lid that once is removed cannot be put back on.
On the lid, it has at the bottom left of the corner a magnified teaspoon with the first layer being the white yogurt and the second layer being strawberry, the top right hand corner has a bunch of strawberries with its own drawn on lid being pulled back (if that makes any sense) and the writing of "Muller Corner Fruit" in big writing across the middle, and slightly under it written "strawberries"
Of which sugurs=14.7g
Of which saturates=2.4g
As you peal back the easy to pull foil lid you discover there are two compartments.
The larger of the two holds the smooth thick sweet yogurt and the smaller holds the crushed down and almost purified with a rich red in colour that matches its rich strawberries taste. You can have this anyway you like, the way I find people like to eat this is by generally mixing the two but I do know people that like to keep them in there separate compartments but have a bit of both on there spoon, I like to eat it the general way by pouring the strawberries into the yogurt and mix it up so I have it all together, just like a strawberry yogurt.
as you mix the strawberries into the yogurt you start to see the strawberries start to swirl in the white yogurt.
When you do pull back the lid the aroma isn't that strong and the only time you realise how sweet and rich it is, is when you take that first taste into your mouth and you suddenly experience everything the yogurt has to offer, The taste is a thick rich taste with a strong taste of sweet strawberries and a slight crunch of strawberry bits.
Muller Corner is a good value for money, it will all very on where you go but in general they cost around 53p each, which is ok for money but generally they are on offer (mainly in supermarkets) most of the time. I got this for 39p each which I think is great value just because there isn't much in it, before you know it, it's all gone and you're reaching for your second one.
I am a fan of this little delightful dessert that is so refreshing that one is not enough, but if you're not careful you can get through a whole 6 pack and not even realise it. Because what's one more right.
My husband bought Muller Rice in Tesco last week. We enjoyed them so much we decided to buy some more puddings this weekend. So much for saving money!
I do really enjoy a nice yogurt, although I do usually buy Alpro Soya these days. Muller Corners are very attractive though, with their seperate helpings of fruit and other sweet treats. They are far more interesting and are fun for the kids, who love mixing the two flavours together.
Muller Corners come in a plastic tub, which is divided into two sections. The tub is sealed with a foil lid, which keeps the contents fresh. The lid comes in a variety of colours, depending on the contents and the one I chose contained strawberry. This foil was therefore in red and white with a close-up shot of large, juicy strawberries.
Peeling back the foil, the first thing you notice is the sweet strawberry aroma. You can also smell the creamy yogurt, but this is more subtle. This snack does look very appetising as the strawberry pieces look plump and juicy, the syrup looks thick and rich and the yogurt is thick and creamy.
I like to scoop up some yogurt and strawberry together, as it is far tastier when these flavours are mixed together. The pieces of strawberry are small, but full of flavour. They are also quite soft but still add a little bite to the snack. There is also a syrupy sauce, which is deliciously sweet and adds lots of lovely flavour to the yogurt.
*Nutritional Value Per 175g Pot*
Energy - 113 kcal
Protein - 3.8g
Carbohydrate - 14.9g
of which sugars - 14.9g
Fat - 3.9g
of which saturates - 2.4g
Fibre - 0.5g
Sodium - 0.1g
Calcium - 124mg
This product contains milk. It is free from artificial colours and preservatives and is suitable for vegetarians.
Muller Corners 175g Pots are available from Tesco for 52p but are on special until 18th May at 4 for £2.
I do feel these are too expensive to buy on a regular basis, but they do make a lovely occasional treat.
I would give them 5 stars for flavour, but have to deduct a star due to the high price.
I love all kinds of yoghurts and am always trying different ones, but I would say that the muller corners are one of my favourite ranges of yoghurts.
I don't buy them very often at the moment just down to budget but I would always pick one of these if I wanted bit of a change from everyday yoghurts.
The muller corner comes in a variety of different flavours, the fruit ones are the best in my opinion as they are just simple, and my absolute favourite fruit one is the cherry flavour.
The concept of a muller corner is that you get two plastic compartments under the foil lid, one side which is larger contains regular yoghurt, which isn't natural yoghurt because it is sweet, but it is plain. It has a very distinctive taste which is hard to describe but it's very creamy and a bit sweet.
In the smaller plastic compartment there is he fruit, which is always great quality, and has lovely big chunks of fruit in it. The cherry flavour has whole cherries in it. The fruit is in a sort of jam like substance which is always very sticky and sweet and really tasty.
I am one of those people who can't mix the two together, I like to get a bit of each on the spoon, but I don't like tipping the fruit into the yoghurt and mixing it around. This is because I really like both of the separate elements and mixing them together makes them less tasty.
I think these now retail for about 53p which is quite expensive for a yoghurt, but they are very often on offer at 4 for £2.00, which isn't a huge saving, but is at least a saving.
I would highly recommend these if you don't mind splashing out on them.
Yogurts make a nice treat as a dessert or as a snack on their own. The good thing about these is that they are actually low in fat and healthy too, so I don't mind or feel guilty about eating them. the fact that there's also some fruit along with the natural yogurt is a bonus!
So the Muller Fruit corners re just that, fruit in a corner of the pot. The pot is separated into two sections, the section with the natural yogurt, and then a smaller triangle section with the fruit. These come in all sorts of different flavours, like strawberry, cherry, apricot, raspberry etc, but my favourite is the strawberry.
All you do is peel off the lid, and tip the fruit corner into the natural yogurt and mix. Simple. The yogurt I have to say tastes delightful, and it's at such a good price, as these are always on offer. I tend to buy a pack of 6, but there's always some multibly offer on, so they aren't too bad on price.
So how does it taste? The fruit section is almost like a jam, and can sometimes be hard to tip out. Sometimes, it can be a bit awkward admittedly trying to tip the fruit section into the main compartment, and sometimes you can even spill which can be annoying. The fruit itself tastes very nice, but its not so much like real fruit, but like a jam. The natural yogurt tastes very nice, and has a distinctive sweet flavour to it. There's also a surprisingly good amount of yogurt there, and is very filling.
Overall, I would say these yogurts are great, and are low in fat which makes them a nice guilt free treat!
** Muller Fruit Corner **
We buy six packs of Muller Fruit Corner yoghurt from Sainsbury's quite often. They are currently just under £3 for a six pack of them. You can also buy the Muller Fruit Corner individually too but it works out more expensive. Somewhere around 57p per pot.
The six pack of Muller Fruit Corner contains two strawberry, 2 peach and apricot and 2 cherry yoghurts so there is a good selection of flavours.
The yoghurt I'm eating at the moment while reviewing the Muller Fruit Corner is the strawberry flavoured one. I do also like the peach and cherry flavours too.
My Muller fruit corner is a dual plastic pot. The large corner shape of the pot contains the thick creamy tasting Muller yoghurt while the smaller pot contains the strawberry in the form of a sort of runny jam or jelly.
To open the the Muller Fruit Corner I just peel off the paper on the top to reveal both pots. The paper is silver underneath and usually has a healthy amount of yoghurt attached to it so you might want to either scoop it off the paper before you discard it. In our case we hold the paper silver side up for the dog to lick!
Because the fruit and yoghurt are in different pots you can mix the flavours to your taste. This is the big strength of the fruit corner. I like just a little fruit on my spoon mixed with a big helping of yoghurt.
The over all taste is very nice though not superb. I enjoy Muller Fruit Corner as an after dinner sweet or a late night treat while watching a movie or reading. It is a swill army knife of snacks I think because the Muller Fruit Corner fills so many snack gaps. Morning noon or night.
The yoghurt is nice and creamy but has a slight sharp after-taste hat I am not quite so keen on. The strawberry is clearly real strawberry as you can see all the little pips and everything despite the fact that the fruit has been reduced to little more than a liquid syrup type thing that reminds me of a cross between runny jam and jelly.
** In conclusion **
I like Muller Fruit Corners. Multi packs represent the best value. They are a great snack for any time of the day. They taste very good though if there were proper chunks of fruit and the yoghurt didn't have an after-taste the Muller Fruit Corner would be even better.
Thanks for reading my review.
The Muller strawberry flavour corner yoghurts are an item I have been eating a lot of recently and this is my review.
These yoghurts come in lots of different flavours and I think there are about twenty flavours to choose from. The ones I buy most often are the strawberry and another one which is the cherry flavour but from time to time I will buy other ones to.
The Muller fruit corners are in a plastic square tub that has a little corner shaped pot and a larger pot taking up the rest of the square shaped plastic tub. The larger sized pot holds a white coloured yogurt that is very nice to eat on its own it is nice and creamy and has a lovely taste to it. The smaller sized corner shaped segment to the tub is where the fruit sits and this can be mixed in with the yogurt or you can eat the two separate it is up to you.
The strawberry corner is the one I eat most of so I know most about this flavour. The fruit filling in the little corner tub looks a bit like a strawberry jam or something. It is a nice red colour and I can see the strawberry pieces in the fruit. It is a very nice looking fruit filling. The white yogurt in the other part of the tub is very thick and creamy and it does not taste like natural yogurt because it is much sweeter than that.
I know people who eat the two parts of the Muller fruit corner separate but I like to mix them together and this is done easily by pouring the fruit jam like liquid into the larger part of the tub that has the yogurt in it. I then stir it all together with my spoon so it goes a bit pink looking and all of the fruit is mixed in.
The Muller corner yogurts are good value for money I think cos they are quite filling and keep me going until lunchtime if I have one at mid morning time. If I buy one yogurt it costs me about 75 pence so I try and look out for offers and there are often offers on these yogurts in supermarkets and mini markets near to where I live. An offer I took up not long ago was for six corners for only £2 so I think this was very good value for money. There are other 'corner' desserts in the range such as 'Crunch' corners and things and sometimes the offers that run in the supermarkets let you mix and match and you can choose from both fruit and crunch corner desserts.
I will keep buying the Muller corner yogurts cos I think they are nice and fresh and I do like the taste of the fruit in them and especially the strawberry one which is my favourite. I like the taste of the rich creamy yogurt and overall I think they are quite good value as they are quite filling. I would suggest giving them a try if you like fruity types of yogurts.
Despite having that ridiculously annoying advert, Muller does make a good yoghury, they have tons of varieties including my personal favourite the fruit corner.
It comes in a multitude of flavours including Blackberry and raspberry, blueberry, cherry, peach and apricot, raspberry and white chocolate and strawberry.
Each pot is split into two sections, a larger compartment for the yoghurt and a smaller one for the fruity jammy stuff (clearly a technical term).
It's up to you whether you eat the yoghurt and fruit seperately or tip the fruit into the yoghurt and mix them up.
I have tried all but the raspberry and white chocolate flavour (It's limited edition and I've never seen it anywhere). The yoghurts are scrummy right accross the range.
The yoghurt is thick and creamy, sold on it's own I'd buy just the yoghurt part. It has a silky smooth texture, a very delicious yoghurt. Usually a thick creamy ring forms around the top of the pot, this can be stirred back into the yoghurt bolstering it's creamy credentials.
The addition of the fruit compote is a great idea, the fruit strikes a perfect balance between sweetness and tartness. It would have been easy for muller to have overkilled the sweetness but they've got it just right.
Theres just the right amount of fruit as well, when swirled with the yoghurt there are no places untouched by its fruity goodness.
My absolute favourite flavour is strawberry with vanilla yoghurt. The fruity part is nice and chunky and juxtaposes the yoghurt's smoothness nicely. Muller have left some seeds in the jam which is a good sign for me. I hate it when companies faff around with a great product in the pursuit of absolute perfection, then end up ruining it half the time.
The lid shows a spoon with the jam sitting on top of the yoghurt, this is a classic rookie mistake and muller should know better quite frankly. The best place for that jam is to mix itself in snugly with the yoghurt so the two become one (how zen). So you have a colourful almagamation of fruit and yoghurt.
I love these yoghurts (especially the strawberry and vanilla. They are suitable for vegetarians and are high in calcium (each 175g pot contains a whopping 27% of your RDA), also fruit corners are suitable for coeliacs so everyonje can get involved and get their spoons wet.
I have always beena fan of muller corner yogurts, and have been eating them for as long as I can remember. A mix of yogurt and fruit, that taste fantastic with both halves mixed in together, as well as seperately as the cool yogurt compliments the thick fruit perfectly. (although personally i scoop up the yogurt, and then the fruit compote on top.) The cool and fresh Creamy yogurt also cleans the palette after a meal as it is not too thick. (making it a fantastic dessert as well as a snack)
There are a good variety of flavours, something that will suit everyone. There is an ever changing range, with all kinds of new varieties including special editions such as chocolate and black cherry.
They are also avaliable in multibuy packs and regularly on offer in supermarkets, so I can always get a bargain. There are also child size / mini versions too which my friend buys for her childs lunchbox, which always get eaten, so it is also a great way to get some fruit into a childs diet or as a much healthier dessert or snack than sweets.
I tend to buy these to eat at breakfast time as they are really quick and convenient as they are already made and in the pot - no preparing cereals or toast and no washing up! You can also take them into work if you are in a rush, or If you don't feel too hungry until later.
The thing I like most about the taste and flavour of these is that the yoghurt is very creamy without being too rich or sweet. The fruit compote is always very tasty and makes these ideal for breakfast. I find that it is just the right amount and is really easy to eat early in the morning as it just slips down nicely.
I normally go for the cherry variety as the compote in this variety is not too sweet and also has quite a sour quality to it, which makes a nice change. Other ones I have tried include the strawberry one, which is a lot sweeter, and the apricot on, which is also sweet but at the same time quite fresh.
Ireally like the fact that you can buy these in multipacks. They normally work out cheaper like this, but shop around as prices can vary.
Overall I think these are a really good product, more interesting then a normal yoghurt and really quick and convenient.
I'm not mad for yogurt but when my mum buys these I usually have one. We only have them when they're on offer and I can see my mums point about how dear they are to buy when they are their full price because they are about 55p each and there are 5 of us in our house so it would cost loads to buy these every week.
In a fruit corner you get a pot that has got 2 parts to it. The big part of the pot has got plain yogurt in it and the little part has got fruit puree. You can mix the 2 together or just get a bit of each on your spoon which is how I eat mine because I can't see the sense in mixing them together because you might as well have just brought a normal fruit yogurt if you're going to do that.
My fave one is the strawberry because there are loads of bits of strawberry in the puree and that gives the yogurt a nice change of textures. The yogurt is smooth and very creamy and is even nice without the puree and that's good because I always run out of fruit before the yogurt has all gone.
I like the cherry one as well and that one has half cherries in the puree but it can be a bit tangy so I mix that one in with the yogurt. The yogurt is sweet and this makes it less zingy on my tongue and the consistency of the yogurt and the puree is a nice mixture and very refreshing.
My mum brought one recently that had black cherry puree and vanilla yogurt with bits of dark chocolate in it and that one was wicked but she hasn't brought none since so I'll have to go and have a look for myself when I go to Sainsburys tomorrow.
All the ones I've tried have been very nice and even as someone who doesn't eat a lot of yogurt I can still appreciate that they are high quality and the different fruit purees have been chosen well to compliment the yogurt.
I'm the thick and creamy yogurt that loves to be mixed with exciting flavours and toppings. With over 20 varieties to enjoy, there's a deliciously different experience around every Corner.