“ Brand: Muller / Type: Yoghurt „
This flavour has ALWAYS been my favourite! it is not too sweet or too sour! and the only banana yoghurt out there really!! This yoghurt has no lumpy bits, which I also love!
The yoghurt comes in a square shaped pot, with a little pot on the side which holds the chocolate covered cornflakes. You can pour the chocolate flakes into the yoghurt or eat them separately! Whichever you like! The chocolate flakes are of good various sizes, i like to have a few on each spoonful of yoghurt! The chocolate is obviously not top brand stuff, tastes a lot like the sainsbursy basic chocolate you can find for 29p. But still tastes good!
The colour of the yoghurt is very light, almost cream coloured and not some awful artificial bright yellow colour! The yoghurt is light and creamy, the perfect consistency!
You can buy an individual pot for 61p, but they are usually on offer such as 4 for £1 or currently in tesco 7 for £3. you can also buy them in multipacks for £3.29 which is 6 yoghurts. You get 2 of the banana and chocolate, 2 toffee yoghurt with hoops and 2 vanilla yoghurt with white choc balls. Obviously shop around for the best deal. The variety packs are on offer at the moment for 2 for £4. so you could get 12 yoghurts for £4 instead of 7 individual yoghurts for £3!
You can also buy the muller corner in a snack size which only come in variety packs of 8 mini yoghurts (85g). These are great for kids, or if you just want a smaller portion and currently 3 for the price of 1 in test! Bargin!
I have probably tried most of the Muller corners that are available but this remains one of my favourites and along with the vanilla choco balls is one of my most frequently bought. I remember eating these in the 90's so they've been around a good while. Flavours have come and gone, but this is one of the originals that has obviously stayed because of its popularity.
The yoghurt comes, as all Muller corners do, in a plastic pot which is split diagonally. One side contains the yoghurt and the other, smaller side, contains the crunch. The idea being that you can snap or bend the pot in order to pour the crunch into the yoghurt.
The banana yoghurt is a smooth, velvety textured yoghurt. I don't actually like bananas but funnily enough really like this yoghurt, and would actually even buy it on its own without the crunch. The flavour is subtle. It has the definite taste of banana but not overpoweringly so. Coming to think of it, I don't recall any other banana flavoured yoghurts on the market.
The chocolate flakes are literally just like corn flakes that have been covered in milk chocolate. They are nice and crunchy (as the name suggests) and you get a good sized portion of them to mix in with the yoghurt.
I really like the combination of the yoghurt and the flakes as they pep the yoghurt up and make it more interesting, complimenting the texture and flavour. I liked these as a child and still eat them as an adult; they are equally suitable for both. If you haven't tried one yet, then I recommend that you do, as in my opinion it tastes lovely.
The corners are priced at around 60p but are often on multi buy offers where you can mix and match flavours. At the moment this flavour is on offer for 25p at Lidl (16/07/11).
I'm not a fan of lumpy fruity yoghurts with bits in and banana is my favourite flavour so for me this yoghurt is ideal and I've eaten them for a good few years now and think Muller is a good quality brand!
It comes in a square shaped white plastic container, which is split into two different sized triangle shaped compartments with the smaller sized one, containing crunchy chocolate covered cornflakes, being able to be poured into the larger one, which houses the yoghurt.
With regards to the yoghurt, the banana flavouring is apparent from the first taste but it's not too strong like over ripened banana's or artificial tasting, instead its quite light and refreshing. The colour is a quite pale creamy yellow colour and the texture of the yoghurt is creamy and thick, whilst still having a runny consistency to it. On opening the pot the yoghurt itself needs a little stir in order to mix it all up together so it's all one thickness, but I have found this with most yoghurts.
The choco flakes are small chunky flakes of corn that are covered in a thick chocolate. I leave these pretty much every time I have this yoghurt as I don't particularly like them very much and prefer to just have the yoghurt separately. For me they taste a bit artificial and the chocolate, although not really cheap tasting, its definitely not one that I would buy from a shop if sold as a bar.
This particular flavour of the crunch corners can be bought individually and costs around 52-62p in supermarkets and can also be bought in a multi pack which contains different varieties as well as the banana flavour.
Personally I find this yoghurt makes a lovely snack or an after meal treat. Calorie wise I wouldn't have thought this was the healthiest yoghurt on the market however, they are still a dairy product and also taste great so you're onto a winner I think!
This is my favourite of the Muller crunch corners, I don't usually like fruit flavoured corners and only eat the vanilla choco balls corner, but after trying this it has now become my favourite.
I really like the way that the flakes taste, after a couple of chews they seem to just melt in your mouth and the yoghurt is obviously banana flavour but is fairly subtle and tastes really nice with the flakes.
The crunch corners are great for all the family and are becoming cheaper as they are regularly on offer such as 2 packs of 6 for £3.00 etc.
There are other yoghurts that have slightly lower calories in them than these but I would say that they do keep your hunger at bay and are really tasty. I sometimes eat them instead of cereal in the mornings and they keep me going fine till lunchtime.
Other flavours in the pack include Vanilla choco balls and toffee hoops.
Nutritional Information per 100g
Overall I would say that this product is great for packed lunches, snacks at home or as a dessert.
I think they provide excellent value for money and are fun for children and adults.
As a child I used to love yogurts, especially banana flavoured. However I have noticed of late banana yogurts seem to be increasingly hard to find. That is why I love Muller crunch corners. The mixture of yogurt and chocolate is just brilliant.
The actual packaging is square and flatter than normal yogurts. This makes them easier to store in the fridge because as the weight is distributed more evenly they can be stored on top of each other. The lid has a silver looking backing I presume for added freshness. The container is split into two sections. The largest section contains the yogurt with a smaller section containing the chocolate flakes. You can actually break the container so the flakes fall into the yogurt. Mmmmmm!
Gorgeous -next question. No sorry, the yogurt is nice and smooth and has a light yellow colour to it. It tastes very strongly of banana without being overpowering or leaving a strange taste in your mouth. The corn flakes are coated in milk chocolate and have enough coating so you can taste both flakes and chocolate. There are enough to give the yogurt a nice addition without overpowering it.
Price and Availability:
Single pots can vary between 50 and 60p in most supermarkets. Often they are on promotion for example my last pots were on promotion at 4 pots for £1. Before Christmas i bought 6 limited edition pots in a multipack for £1.99. It's really just a case of being there at the right time and spotting the offers.
Each pot contains 150g. It claims there are no artifical colours (which I can believe because it is not as yellow as others I used to get). It also has not preservatives or sweetners. This I also can believe because it doesn't taste as sweet or sickly as some yogurts i have tried. Even so I would not recommend it to diabetics, espcially those on diet only control.
Per pot the information is:
Calcium 130mg ( 24% of recommended daily amount)
All in all it's not the healthest of things to eat. However I find them very tasty, ideal at any time of the day and there are plenty more flavours to choose from.
The Muller company has been around for many years, adding to their range of yoghurts new flavours. The one with banana and choco flakes has been on the shelves for many years.
For those who are not familiar with the Muller yoghurts, they come in a plastic box, with one side having the yogurt, and smaller corner with the stuff you are supposed to add to the yoghurt, in this case the choco banana flakes.
I buy these from Somerfield, Asda and Tesco. Somerfield and Asda run regular promotions and you can have some time 6 for 2 Pounds, some time even 10 for that amount of money.
If bought individually, they normally retails for half a Pound each, more or less. Opening the lid on these yoghurts is always easy, I never had any problem, and I feel a bit like a child when I lift it and look with excitement until when the lid is gone and I can see the crunchy parts. They look so nice and yummy!!
Not only that, but the smell of banana was very inviting. The yoghurt definitively smell of banana and also tastes of banana. The thing with banana flavoured things is that I find that not always the manufacturer gets the taste right, some time it is too sweet or even a bit nauseating, at least for me. It is not the case with this yoghurt.
The chocolate flakes taste like chocolate and surely I would have done with more because I am greedy, but in honest, there are enough and once you pour them and then start stirring them and mixing them, you will see that literally each spoon you will put into the yoghurt will have at least a bit of chocolate.
The result was great and I consider this one of my favourite yoghurts!
I love yogurt and when Muller's first came I thought they were brilliant and still do!
I love the idea of having two different compartments, one with creamy yogurt in and the other with tasty toppings, yum!
One of my all-time favourites is 'Banana Choco Flakes' which is banana yogurt with milk chocolate coated cornflakes...
This combination is fantastic as it's so tasty and satisfying that the 150g fills even me up, lol!
This Muller product comes under the 'Crunch Corner'' varieties, although this maker does loads of different types of desserts now so there's something for pretty much everyone :)
The full prices of these are around 52p each, but there was an offer on at Morrisons at the moment for only 25p each - better than half price, so we have stocked up on loads of different types.
Advertise as having no artificial sweeteners, colours or preservatives or artificial sweeteners and containing 24% of an adult's daily recommended calcium allowance, these can be a pretty healthy option apart from the 5.4g fat in each 100g.
The calories are 143 per 100g so not that healthy then when you study the foil lined pot cover!
With a whopping 16.8 g sugar per 100g this twin pot really isn't a good option for a dieter is it?!
For any allergists it contains milk, gluten, soya and may contain nut traces...
So to the taste it is very rich and strong with the banana flavour really coming through in the yogurt. The consistency is smooth and thick and very creamy and very yellow in colour.
The little cornflakes are crunchy and dry and sweet and the chocolate is tasty and quite thickly coated. I think the two flavours really compliment each other and I love the soft and hard textures, yum!
This crunch corner snack smells gorgeous and natural and is well worth five full stars, a great addition to the moreish Muller family! :)
Muller make a huge range of assorted yoghurts and puddings from the lowly rice pudding to the spanking gorgeous crunch corner range.
The whole muller family contains over 100 members with the crunch corners alone comprising of ten delicious flavours.
As well as being delicious, Muller claim that 90% of their milk comes from dairies within 30 miles of their dairy. Im a huge supporter of local produces and so this is great to see.
Something else that was good to hear was that they do not use any 'e' numbers that are linked to hyperactivity, so it shouldnt have your little darlings bouncing off the walls. Speaking of little ones, this range is suitable for pregnants mums to eat to.
On their website they provide helpful information for diabetics, people with coeliacs disease and on the front of some tubs there is a printed 'V' to show that the particular product is suitable for vegetarians (the absence of said 'V' indicates veggies should avoid).
Crunch corners come in a white plastic tub with two seperate compartments, a large one for the creamy yoghurt (in this case delicious bannana flavour) and a smaller one for the 'crunch' (in this case moreish chocolate covered corn flakes).
Now its upto the individual whether to tip the crunch into the yoghurt or attack them seperately. I tip'em in to the yoghurt as the contrast between soft cool bannana yoghurt and crunchy chocolate flakes is too a-peel-ing (sorry there had to be at least one rubbish attempt at a pun) to resist.
I love all crunch corners but this one is my absolute fave and could happily eat vats of the stuff. The bannana yoghurt really does taste bannanary, its best eaten right from the fridge when its nice and cold.
Its also high in calcium with one 150g serving providing you with 24% of your reccomended daily allowance. Good news for bones and teeth alike.
They are sold in multipacks of 6 (costing around £2.90) or individually (for around 50p). As with most things you save a little buying the multipack (about 10p).
Each 150g tub contains:
Calories 215 kcal
of which sugars 25.2g
of which saturates 4.8g
What makes up a muller corner i hear you cry!!!
Yogurt, Sugar, Banana Puree (4%), Maize, 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.
I don't eat many yogurts but when my sister gave me this one because she didn't like it I decided to give it a try because banana and chocolate are 2 of my favourite things ever and this has both of these things in it!
It's a Muller corner yogurt and the yogurt is banana flavour and in the smaller triangle of the pot there are loads of chocolate covered cornflakes. YOu mix the cornflakes in with the yogurt so that you've got crunchy chocolate and smooth banana in every spoon.
The yogurt is smooth and tastes nice of bananas, it's like a kids dessert this so the banana tastes more like sweets to me than proper banana and is just like a strong version of them foam sweet bananas you used to be able to buy. It's not that sweet but is proper moorish and especially when you have mixed the chocolate cornflakes in.
The cornflakes are delish. They have got a strong chocolatey flavour and are lovely and crispy even after you've stirred them into the yogurt. The 2 tastes are soooooo yummy together and I think the yogurt is the best one Muller have ever brought out. I love how thick and creamy the yogurt is and the strong taste of banana because a lot of banana yogurts haven't got much flavour I don't think.
I reckon this yogurt has got a proper artificial taste to it, more in the yogurt but even the cornflakes taste a bit fake and synthetic to me. Sometimes that doesn't matter though like with this but if any other yogurt had such a fake taste then I wouldn't like it but I reckon it's the added bits and pieces that make this yogurt as yummy as it is so who cares about a few E numbers!
These yogurts are a bit expensive and are about 60p each but it's not one that I'd eat that often so I don't mind paying a higher price than usual for it because it's tasty and helped today when I had a sweetie and chocolate craving come on suddenly.
The muller crunch corner yogurts offer many different yogurt flavours, they basically contain two parts, the big triangle is the actual yogurt that you can get in many different flavours and the small triangle is full of the toppings.
In this case, it's the Muller Crunch Corner Choco Banana Flakes Yoghurt, which is my favourite of all the muller corners. The yogurt is a thick creamy banana flavour which tastes fantastic. The banana flavour is quite light and not too strong, as I have had banana flavoured yogurts in the past and they have tasted really strong and artificial where as these really don't.
The other smaller triangle then is filled with chocolate flakes, they are basically cornflakes which are coated in chocolate, the chocolate goes so well with the yogurt and it gives the whole thing a really nice crunch and chocolate hint of flavour.
These yogurts are great as a quick snack or are great at breakfast time as well, you get quite a bit in each yogurt however they could be a bit more filling however apart from that there great and the taste is the main thing and that couldn't be better.
Muller Crunch Corner Banana with Chocolate Flakes is a old flavour that never goes out of style. The yoghurt costs about 49p in my local shop, although often the big Tescos have them on offer for 5 for £2 or similar. You can also get a multi-pack if you like a variety of flavours.
The yoghurt comes in the traditional Muller Corner square tub, with a large yoghurt pot on one side, and a smaller fruit or crunch pot on the other. You fold the pot down the middle to tip the crunchy chocolate flakes onto the yoghurt.
The flakes are small cornflakes coated in a reasonable quality chocolate. They don't tend to be too badly damaged in transit due to the nature of the pot. By keeping them sealed seperately from the yoghurt they don't get damp or soggy.
The yoghurt is a natural banana colour, in a fairly pastel shade, not like some of the horrible neon rave colours in some yoghurts. You get a generous helping, although the tight corners of the pot can make it difficult to get at unless you use a teaspoon.
This yoghurt is my favourite of the crunch corners, I think the banana and chocolate mix really well, and I'm not even a fan of banana! However my dad, who eats bananas by the truck load, loves a yoghurt and has never been known not to finish any meal, can't stand them. They are the only food he has ever been known to dislike. I'm still giving them 5 stars, but may I suggest you only buy the one the first time.
I often pick up the multi pack of crunch corners, with six yoghurts in, two of each flavour, the pack is ideal for lunch boxes, peoples snacks etc. This is the flavour, out of the three in the pack which goes the quickest. It is my personal favorite amd I think everyone else in my household must agree with me also!!
Crunch corners are a fairly novel sort of yoghurt experience. The plastic pack comes in a square shape, but is divided diagonally into two parts. One part is smaller than the other and this contains the treat part (in the case the chocolate flakes) the larger part contains the banana yoghurt. The lid of the crunch corner yoghurt peels off easily and fans will lick the lid clean! The pastic bottom half is recyclable which is a huge bonus as far as I am concerned.
There is a snap easy line between the two sections which you fold in half and then can pour the chocolate half into the youghurt side and mix it up. Of course, you can eat them separatley, but part of the treat is that they taste so good together. The yoghurt is yellow in appearance (a mild colour rather than neon yellow) and tastes of a banana flavour that is not too sickly or sweet, just like artificial banana. The chocolate part is small bumpy crispy flakes (the nearest thing I can think of is frosties, but a smaller version). I think the reason this is everyones favorite is because the two flavours compliment each other so perfectly.
This yoghurt is gorgeous, and worth buying!
I love yoghurts, usually after my lunch and my yoghurts of choice at the moment are the Muller Crunch variety as they give me something sweet to eat and they are usually on special offer.
A Muller Crunch Corner is split in to two pots (both made from plastic) which are separated from each other and the whole thing is sealed with a foil lid for freshness (don't forget to 'lick the lid of life' as Muller say!).
One section of this yoghurt is quite a lot larger than the other and this contains banana flavoured yoghurt. This yoghurt is quite sweet and does have a banana taste to it. This yoghurt tastes a little artificial but it's still relatively nice and it's definitely sweet and sometimes it's just what I need after my boring lunchtime sandwich. The second section of this yoghurt is quite a bit smaller and it contains chocolate coated cornflakes. These cornflakes are quite crunchy and on occasion I have found them to have an almost stale quality to them, however, they are covered in chocolate and lovely and deliciously cool.
How I eat my yoghurt normally depends on what kind of mood I'm in; some days I will just tip all of the crunch corner part in to the yoghurt and other times I eat them separately, also, sometimes I just have a bit of yoghurt and dip it in to the crunch corner. All in all, however I eat these I'm always pleased with the quality.
I find that the sweetness of the yoghurt topped off with the chocolate coated crunchy cornflakes is just what I need to keep my sweet tooth satisfied.
Per Muller Crunch Corner Banana Choco Flakes there is 215 calories & 7.7g of fat so these should be enjoyed in moderation. Also, each yoghurt costs around 50-55p separately from my local Tesco or Sainsburys stores. These are available in a 6 packet multipack (3 different flavours) for around £2.90 and the only time I ever buy these is when they are on buy one get one free!
I love this yoghurt even though I'm not the biggest fan of real bananas. I am going to rate this yoghurt 5/5 as it's delicious and I want another one now!
I'm not overly fond of yogurts which incorporate chocolate into them in any way, although I will always make an exception for this Müller Choco Banana Flakes Crunch Corner which in my opinion is absolutely delicious.
Like the Müller Fruit Corners, the pot is split into two triangles with the yogurt itself in the larger section and the chocolate covered cornflakes in the smaller one. I find there is the perfect ratio of yogurt to flakes in this Corner and as I tend to mix mine together it means I always get a couple of crispy flakes in each spoon of yogurt.
The banana yogurt is absolutely delicious, it doesn't have that slightly sour note that many banana yogurts get and is wonderfully smooth with a sweetness that makes it seem more of a dessert than a yogurt. In actual fact it puts me in mind of the Müller Light Banana Custard yogurt as this has a definite custard taste and feel, all the more so because it's such a smooth and creamy yogurt.
On their own I find the chocolate flavoured cornflakes a little harsh in flavour, a little like when you steal a bit of cocoa powder and realise it's not as sweet as you thought it was going to be. Well, the opposite is true here and although the cornflakes look perfect they do have an intense sweetness that completely overpowers even the chocolate.
When mixed with the banana yogurt though the flakes lose much of this sugariness and their flavour settles down to one of good quality chocolate (which it probably isn't, I'm not a fool!) through which you can almost taste the actual cornflakes. The texture is fantastic when you mix them; the creaminess of the yogurt is such a wonderful contrast to the crunch of the flakes, and the flakes don't lose any of their crispness even when they have been absorbing the lovely banana flavour. The flavours of the banana and chocolate go very well together, complimenting one another beautifully with their very different flavours.
Honestly I'd consider this more of a dessert or pudding than a yogurt. When I have yogurt in my fridge, which isn't all the time as I do find them rather boring, I like to be able to pick one up for my breakfast or have one as part of my lunch. However, these sweet ones are just too heavy to contemplate unless I really fancy something chocolatey or sweet - although this is by no means a failing and is true of any other sweet yogurt.
The Corner is 150g and has 215 calories and 4.8g of saturated fat, which on the face of it doesn't look too bad but let me advise you that this sweetness comes from over 25g of sugars which is terrible news! It is a very substantial treat though and the sweetness of the yogurt makes it seem so much more special than a 'normal' flavour, the addition of the chocolate cornflakes is what really makes it for me though and considering the speed with which my three granddaughters' demolished these the other night I'd say they agree!
It was whilst I was picking up a few 'bits and pieces' in my local grocery store the other morning than I took the notion for something quite sweet to eat after my lunch. Perusing the aisle of sweets and biscuits, I found nothing that 'tickled my taste buds' and gave up my search.
Whilst I was picking up some milk and butter though, my eye happened upon a selection of 'corner' yogurts and desserts from the Muller range that were nestled neatly in the fridges. I selected two desserts and paid around 60 pence each for them.
One of the yogurts that I bought was the 'Muller crunch corner' - banana choco flakes variety, which is basically a banana flavoured yogurt in a pot, alongside a serving of milk chocolate coated cornflakes.
I do love banana flavoured things, and am also a huge chocoholic, so I figured that this particular Muller crunch corner would be an ideal choice for me!
After my lunch, I settled down to eat my yogurt whilst watching some afternoon TV and found it to be really quite enjoyable. I have only ever tried the Muller 'fruit corner' type of yogurt so the whole 'crunch corner' thing was quite a new concept to me!
What I found was that the yogurt was very sweet, although I personally did not find it to be overpowering or sickly at all. The banana-flavoured taste of the yogurt was a bit kind of 'false' but I did enjoy the flavour to the yogurt overall.
On the down side, I didn't think there was anywhere NEAR enough chocolate flakes to accompany the banana yogurt, so I guess it is a good thing that the yogurt tastes good on its own! I also thought that the little flakes were a bit too small for my own liking - I personally would prefer much larger flakes!
That said, the chocolate flakes tasted of fairly good quality milk chocolate and were quite delicious when eaten with the banana yogurt, so perhaps we are paying for quality rather than quantity with this product.
All in all I thoroughly enjoyed this little pot of pudding, and will probably buy it again in the future, although I am hoping that they work out a bit cheaper from some of the larger supermarkets!
I would point out that the packaging on the yogurt that I bought is slightly different to the picture shown on the dooyoo page - it is mainly white in colour and not yellow!
The nutritional information on the 150g pot informs me that 100g of this yogurt will provide 5.2g of fat alongside 143 calories. The foil lid on top of the pot informs me that the yogurt does not contain any artificial sweeteners or artificial colours. There is also some basic allergy information given.
Smallish cornflakes or not, I thorougly enjoyed this pudding and fear I may have a new addiction! Therefore, I am going to award this 'Crunch Corner' top marks - it gets five out of five from me! :-D