Product Type: Muller Dessert / Yoghurts
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My husbands new thing!
Muller Corner Healthy Balance (Red Berry)
Member Name: kaitlinsmummy
Muller Corner Healthy Balance (Red Berry)
Advantages: A healthy alternative.
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 made up of two triangular shaped pots one big and one little, the big one contains the yoghurt and the little one contains the "crunch".
The foil lid again contains all the nutritional information and just about everything else you could think of, all crammed onto the top!
The lid is blush pink, merging into sage green at the base, and again has the picture showing the corner "peeling up" to reveal the crunch element.
~~~~~~ THE CONTENTS AND TASTE ~~~~~~
Upon peeling of the lid you will notice the yoghurt portion is actually an off white colour, as the yoghurt is not fruit flavoured the only way I can describe the scent is slightly sour and alluring. The crunch element is a nice golden colour and consists of oat flakes and ruby red pieces of freeze dried fruit pieces. If you think the Jordan's cereal that was available a few years before everyone seemed to be adding red berries to every cereal available, they taste just like those.... Delicious!
I have to be honest, I stole one of these out of the fridge just to give my unbiased opinion and also because once "he's" at work, he can't stop me!!
I tip all the crunch side into the yoghurt and give it a good stir together, then get a good spoonful, making sure there is plenty of yoghurt and crunch a put into my mouth.
The first thing I notice is the smooth and creamy yoghurt, that seems to mask any other flavour that may be hidden in it's depths, then I start chewing and the wheaty and oaty flavour breaks through, on top of this comes the sweet and chewy strawberry and raspberry pieces, not a huge amount but just enough to offset the yoghurt and oat flakes, cutting through those flavours to cleanse your palate ready for the next spoonful!
~~~~~~ NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION ~~~~~~~~
Due to the name of the product and the fact it has "Low fat, probiotic yoghurt with cereal clusters and red berries" emblazoned across the front I'm really hoping that these are actually as healthy as I assume they are!
Per pot - 180kcal
21g of which sugars
1.8g of which saturates
That makes these 3 weight watchers points per pot, not a bad amount considering the amount you get in the pot, the sugar content is very high though, so depending on what diet plan (if any!) you are following, be aware of that fact.
~~~~~~ PRICE AND AVAILABILITY ~~~~~~
This yoghurt came in a multi pack that I managed to get for £2.00, on offer from Asda, they usually retail for around £3.58, so when there on offer I snap them up!
They come in a pack of six and contain three flavours, red berries, tropical (my favourite!) and strawberry.
~~~~~~ CONCLUSION ~~~~~~
I would recommend these as I feel they are healthy and as they contain fruit and cereal, at least my husband is getting something healthy, the fact that they are completely delicious is by the by, I would really recommend you try all three flavours, the tropical is amazing, the small pieces of mango really make it!
For more information on this product and others in this range visit - www.muller.co.uk
Thanks for reading x
Summary: A nice snack, that won't pile on the pounds.
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