Muller Corner Healthy Balance (Red Berry) Reviews
Product Type: Muller Dessert / Yoghurts
Description:Brand: Muller / Type: Yoghurt
Newest Review: ... portion of the red berry (cranberry & raspberry) granola. I only mention this, as I find some Muller Corners are a little ... more
by - written on 26/07/09, updated on 26/07/09 (Very useful, 109 readings)
Usual premise for purchase: saw these Muller Healthy Balance Corners on offer in the land of Tesco... **Product** Firstly, Muller appear to have re-branded these corners; they no longer look like the dooyoo picture. The lids are predominantly red with 'Healthy Balance' & 'Low Fat' emblazoned across it. This particular version of the 'Red Berry' (also available in 'Tropical Crunch' flavour), also has raspberries & cranberries on the lid. In my local Tesco, I can currently only find the Healthy Balance Crunch Corners in twin packs. These initially were priced at 58p per pack (bit of a bargain), but are currently priced at ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/06/09 (Very useful, 52 readings)
Well as the week draws on I'm getting through my multi-pack of Muller Healthy Balance Corners, and today's snack was the Red Berry variety. This one comes in the usual Muller Corner type pot - fairly flat and square-shaped, with the yoghurt in one large corner section and the 'crunch' in a smaller one. The pot is designed so that the smaller corner can be folded over to pour the crunch onto the yoghurt, where it can be mixed in (you can of course eat the yoghurt and crunch separately if you wish). The Healthy Balance products in the Corner range have a lighter colour blue on the lid than the Crunch Corners and this makes them look cleaner and lighter and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/04/09 (Very useful, 150 readings)
Whilst in Makro the other day, I came across a 6 pack of Muller yoghurts that I had never seen before (and if I had, I just hadn't paid attention to it). It contained 3 different yoghurts in it, and there were 2 of each kind. One of which was the Muller Healthy Balance Corner - Red Berry, which caught my eye instantly. The Muller Healthy Balance Corner Red Berry comes in the same white plastic split pot as all of the other Muller Corners. If you are unfamiliar with the pot I'm talking about, it is split in two, 1/3 contains cereal clusters and red berries and the other 2/3 contains low fat probiotic yoghurt. The lid on this yoghurt is another one that has ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/06/08 (Very useful, 54 readings)
As I may have mentioned in my previous crunch corner review, my husband and my son have gone mad for them, my son for the previously reviewed corner and my husband for the corner I will now review, I think Muller provide a choice that is suitable for all ages and preferences, my son going for the pudding option and my husband for the healthier option. The product I will now review is "Muller corner healthy balance - red berry". ~~~~~~ THE PACKAGING ~~~~~~ I will not go over to much old ground, as I described the pot in detail in my last review, so if you didn't read it.... Shame on you! (lol!). Needless to say the pot is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/10/08 (Very useful, 69 readings)
Healthy balance corner yoghurts are made by Muller. They sounded and looked nice so I thought I would give them a try. The flavour that I chose was Red Berry Crunch. The Muller corner youghurts come in a plastic pot that is split into two sections. There is a large section which contains the yoghurt and a smaller section that contains the Red Berry Crunch. The packaging is very attractive a nice pinky red colour with a picture of the Berry Crunch. The lid of the yoghurt is foil and contains all the nutritional info as well as the ingredients. The yoghurt itself is low fat probiotic and is very nice. It is a medium consistency and has a very ... Read the complete review
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