Muller Crunch Corner Strawberry Shortcake Reviews
Product Type: Muller Dessert / Yoghurts
Description:Brand: Muller / Type: Yoghurt
Newest Review: ... seeds inside them. You can enjoy this yogurt by mixing the shortcake balls with the yogurt or even eating each section ... more
by - written on 20/05/10 (Very useful, 76 readings)
I am a big fan of the Muller crunch corner yogurts but I have only just recently tried this flavour. I usually go for the milk chocolate flavoured crunch corner yogurts which are very nice too. I came across this yogurt in work. It was lunch time and after eating a salad I thought I needed something with a little more taste so I went to the canteen and came back with this yogurt. I chose this yogurt because it was the only flavour left in the fridge! I thought that it wouldn't be great as it was the only flavour left but it turns out that this is now my favourite type. The yogurt comes in a square plastic container which is divided in to two ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/05/10 (Very useful, 68 readings)
I only ever buy muller crunch corner yogurts when they are on offer in asda, usually 2 packs of 6 yoghurts for £3, which I think is a very good deal when it is on, considering how big these yoghurts are. They are really decent sized yogurts and have a decent amount of each flavouring in them as well. Buying them on offer makes them just 25p a yogurt! They are well worth this money in my opinion. My favourite has to be this strawberry shortcake. These come individually, or part of the multi-packs on offer. You usually get 2 of these, I wish you would buy a pack of 6, they are lovely! The yoghurt has two parts to it, the biggest corner of the pack ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/03/10 (Very useful, 45 readings)
We bought a few Muller Corners the other week when they were on an offer, so tried a few ones that we've not had before. From the outside of this I thought it looked a bit sickly and creamy, but that could have just been the packaging on this. This was in the normal tub which has a larger part and a smaller bit. The larger bit has the natural Yoghurt in it, and the smaller bit has the mixer part. Easy enough to open as you just tear the foil lid off. This was a bit different than the normal Muller Corners out there in the fact that the Yoghurt part wasn't the normal Plain Yoghurt. This was a nice Strawberry one. The taste of this was quite a subtle ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/03/10 (Very useful, 51 readings)
I have been ever so slighly addicted to Muller yoghurts of late, ever since the big supermarkets started doing the big multibuy offers on both the multipacks and individual pots. I tend to buy several multipacks a week, which, as soon as they arrive with my online order, get set upon by my family of hungry jackals. This week, there was a special offer at Sainsburys to buy two 6 pot multipacks for £3. I bought the crunch corner variety, because everyone in our house likes them. The variety I am going to review is the Strawberry Shortcake variety, which comes either as part of the Crunch corner multipack, or as an individual pot, reatailing at about 54p ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/02/10 (Very useful, 48 readings)
Not an everyday yoghurt! *About the Product* Strawberry Shortcake yoghurt is one of the varieties in the Muller Crunch Range. It is strawberry milkshake flavoured yoghurt with white chocolate coated shortcake balls. *The Packaging* The packaging differs from the one in the stock picture. The yoghurt comes in a plastic tub with 2 compartments..one for the yoghurt which is the biggest compartment and a smaller compartment for the white chocolate shortcake balls. The packaging is recyclable. The lid is foil and is mainly blue and white. It has the Muller logo, the name of the product, a picture in the corner of the shortcake ... Read the complete review
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