“ Brand: Muller / Type: Yoghurts „
I love yoghurts, but too often they are bland, boring and too small. The fruit corners are different. The cherry fruit corner in parituclar has a gorgeous yoghurt which is creamy and rich. It is delicious and very moreish. There is a good quantity of yoghurt in the pacl. Then there is also a nice amount of cherry to add to the yoghurt. This comes in a seperate section within the fruit corner packaging so that it can be eaten seperately or folded over and mixed with the yoghurt, or a bit of both. The cherry section is full of fruit and is extremely tasty indeed. It is not too sweet or sickly and is an excellent accompaniment to the yoghurt within the fruit corner packaging. The whole yoghurt is of a generous size and is very very tasty indeed. The fruit corners are usually under £1 for a single yoghurt but they can also often be found in mutlipacks which are excellent value.
Muller is a brand of yoghurt and they do a whole truck load of different flavours ranging from fruity ones to indulgent chocolate ones... I will be reviewing the Cherry variety.
...AND MANY MORE
The yoghurt is kept in a plastic tray like pot, a bit like a bento box, where yoghurt is kept in one compartment with the cherry "sauce" and bits in a triangular corner compartment. A foil plastic film covers the top in which a single rip will uncover the yoghurt goodness within!
Printed on the top is the bold red Muller brand and a large colour picture of the flavour is usually also on the front. The fruit varieties all have an appealing fruit photograph!
~~~APPEARANCE TASTE AND TEXTURE~~~
Once you have unpeeled the film from the top, you will see the two compartments in which the yoghurt and the "sauce" are kept. The yoghurt is a nice creamy colour and a thick consistency in which with a few stirs of the spoon can loosen up. The "sauce" is a nice dark red colour and can also be loosen up by stirring.
I personally just pour all the contents of the sauce into the larger compartment and mix mix mix!!! I sometimes do not mix all of it into the yogurt so that I get a range of tastes, some more yoghurty, others more fruity. Others may like to stir it evenly so it is just one dark red cherry coloured yoghurt!
It tastes great, and I personally love the real cherry bits which give it a great texture. The yoghurt is smooth and when mixed together tastes genuine and does not feel artificial at all!
I would highly recommend both the brand and this particular variety as a great healthy product which is easy to introduce into your regular diet. It is so luscious it can even count as dessert!
Individually these can be purchased for just under 50p each. Most supermarkets also do a deal where you can buy maybe 2 or 3 for a fixed price. Also available are multipacks for certain fruit varieties and another for the more indulgent chocolatey ones.
I would highly recommend this brand as it has so many flavours you will be spoilt for choice. It also tastes really nice and yummy. You will love it, your parents will love it, your children will love it. It is also healthy and great for you!
Now I want even more! I have an ambition to try all the fruity flavours and have so far succeeded!
Recommends: Blueberry, Cherry, Strawberry Crumble
After trying three Muller Corners so far this week I've gone for another today......
6 of these yogurts were packed together in a plastic 'sleeve' which is predominantly various shades of green and brown. It has the usual Muller Corner logo on the front along with a pictures of some cherries, strawberries, some, a peach and an apricot. The back contains the ingredients, nutritional information & a few other bits 'n' bobs including the website:- www.mullerdairy.co.uk
This pack contains:
+ 2 x Strawberry
+ 2 x Red Cherry
+ 2 x Peach and Apricot
After opening the outer packaging you can see that the yogurt comes in the usual Muller corner container. This is basically a square piece of plastic with a small self contained triangle in one corner which holds the black cherry "sauce". There is a small gap between this and the larger triangle which contains the yogurt. The "pot" is covered with a lid which tells you the nutritional information (again), the weight (175g) and the fact that the product will provide you with 27% of your RDA of calcium.
The product describes itself as:- "Thick, creamy, yogurt with a Red Cherry fruit corner"
The ingredients for this flavour are: Yogurt, Cherries (13%), Sugar, Water, Stabilisers: Pectins, Carob Bean Gum, Guar Gum; Flavourings, Citric Acid.
Nutritional Information per 100g
Energy kJ: 445kJ
of which total sugars: 13.2g
(of which saturates): 2.4g
Allergy information: contains milk. May contains cherry stones
No artificial colours, preservatives or sweeteners. A natural source of calcium
Once you've pulled the lid off you'll see the yogurt which is smooth and slightly off white. It looks exactly the same as the yogurt in the other Fruit Corners I've tried so far (aside from the one with the chocolate sprinkles.
As with all the Muller Corner's the "eater" now has a choice! Does (s)he:-
+ Eat the yogurt & Fruit Corner separately?
+ Spoon the Fruit Corner into the yogurt & mix then together.
+ Take some yogurt onto you spoon then dip into the Fruit Corner & eat them together off the spoon.
For the purposes of a taste test though, it's always necessary to test the individual elements so....
The yogurt tastes exactly the same as it does in the rest of the Muller Corners. It's very smooth and has a really pleasant creamy consistency. It treads that sort of bitter - sweet line where it's really one thing nor the other. However, that doesn't mean it's bland because it isn't. It has a cooling taste as well so would be nice to eat after something hot I would think.
The Red Cherry "sauce" is thinner in consistency then the blackberry and raspberry sauce I tried yesterday. It's not as "jam-like" and seems to be perhaps the most runny of the Corners I've tried so far. You can see small pieces of cherry in the sauce. Time for a taste! The liquid part of the sauce is perhaps on the sweet side of the sweet / sour divide, but only just. It's not what you'd call reasonably sweet at all. There's an edge to the aftertaste which comes from the red cherries and leave you with a rather pleasant sour-ish bite in your mouth. This is nowhere near as sour / tart as the blackberry and raspberry corner I tried yesterday but if you have a sweet tooth and don't like tart desserts then this probably isn't for you.
Time to mix them together now then! I spoon the red Cherry "sauce" into the yogurt and mix for a while. The yogurt goes a shade of reddy -pink and looks very appetising indeed. The yogurt takes a bit of the edge off the red cherry sauce . There's still that tart aftertaste there but it's much less pronounced now that the sauce has been mixed in with the yogurt.
At time of writing Morrisons had these on offer at 2 for £4, meaning that you get 12 yogurts in total.
This is another great dessert in the Muller Corner range, meaning that I've yet to be disappointed with the four flavours that I've tried so far. Again, there's no gelatine or aspartame for you to worry about and the yogurt provides you with 27% of your RDA of calcium. Obviously it's not going to the sort of thing for you if you don't like fruit in your yogurt (unless you just eat the yogurt and leave the fruit corner) but this is much tastier than any of the Muller Light products I've sampled or either of the Muller Crunch Corner ones as well. In terms of the Fruit Corner I think yesterday's Blackberry and Raspberry has a slight edge on this, pushing the Red Cherry into second place in my personal rankings. If you haven't tried this yet what are you waiting for?
My all time favourite taste is of fruit. Whether it's strawberry, apple, raspberry... Any fruity taste is always a hit with my tastebuds. And that's where this delicious yogurt steps in for me to enjoy - Müller Fruit Corner Red Cherry Yogurt.
Müller is a German dairy company and has produced several different yogurt brands including;
Müller Little Stars
Obviously the wonderful little yogurt that I'm reviewing is one of the many Müller Corners. Müller Corners come in three varietes: Fruit, Healthy Balance and Crunch! They're avaliable in a wide range of flavours such as;
Blackberry & Raspberry
Peach & Apricot
Each Müller Fruit Corner Red Cherry Yogurt weighs in at 175g per pot. They're avaliable in all supermarkets and can either be bought seperately, around the price of 52p, or in variety packs, which cost around £2.90, depending on where you shop. Each fruit corner variety pack includes 6 pots of the yogurts, including the flavours Cherry, Strawberry and Peach & Apricot.
Each pot is sealed by a very noticable wrapping. The 'Müller' logo is in bold, white font with a red background, with the words 'fruit corner' in large, green and red writing - making them pretty easy to find on the yogurt aisle in the supermarket. Beside the title is the very captivating picture of glistening red cherries, which makes the flavour of the yogurt easily detectable. There's also a description of the yogurt, reading 'Thick, creamy yogurt with a Red Cherry fruit corner.' Below this, on a lime green background is the nutritional information, ingredients and useful facts about the yogurt. The information provided tells us that one pot of the yogurt contains a wonderful 27% of your RDA of calcium. Perfect to help you reach your daily calcium intake. It also says the yogurt contains no artifical colours, preservatives or sweeteners - it's nice to know that nothing nasty is going into your body when you eat this.
When you peel back the wrapping, you are faced with two sections. A large section, containing the thick, creamy yogurt, and quite a small section containing the cherry sauce. There isn't a strong aroma from the yogurt when you first peel back the wrapping, however if you bring the pot closer to your nose, you're able to smell the lovely vanilla flavoured yogurt, and the sweet smell of those red cherries. Enough's enough. It's time to eat the yogurt.
Müller Corners can be eaten in several different ways. You may choose to eat the yogurt and cherry sauce seperately. You may choose to get a spoonful of the sauce, and then a spoonful of the yogurt. Or, like me, you may prefer to fold over the small section of the pot, containing the cherry sauce, and tip it into the yogurt to mix it up, causing the white yogurt to change to a pale pink colour. It's simply up to you.
Firstly, I'll explain the tastes of the yogurt and fruit seperately, and then the two tastes once they are mixed together. Bringing a spoonful of the plain yogurt to my mouth, the first immediate taste is extremely mellow and creamy. It's so pleasant and definately matches up to it's description on the lid of the pot, 'thick, creamy yogurt'. Next is the cherry sauce. Once you take a teaspoonful of the cherry sauce out of it's corner, you are able to notice there are pieces of cherry in with the sauce. I love this, as they're generously sized pieces and it makes it look even more delicious. However, you may find the pieces too large, or perhaps you'd prefer the cherry corner without the pieces of fruit altogether. The cherry fruit corner is an extremely sweet taste, and actually a little sour to my deprived tastebuds. But not where it's an over powering taste - it's delightful and it's rather moreish. When you tip the cherry sauce into the creamy yogurt and mix it together, the two combined tastes are absolutely gorgeous. You can still taste the sweet, cherry flavour, but it's mellowed out by the thickness and creaminess of the natural flavoured yogurt, and the same taste lasts throughout without becoming too much or sickly.
The ingredients are as follows;
Yogurt, Cherries (13%), Sugar, Water, Stabilisers: Pectins, Carob Bean Gum, Guar Gum, Flavourings, Citric Acid.
Due to the fact that this yogurt contains no animal products/gelatine, they are suitable for vegetarians, and this information is provided on the wrapper of the pot. Allergy sufferers need to be careful, as this does contain milk, but there are no other allergy warnings on the label.
Nutritional information per 100g:
of which sugars 13.2g
of which saturates 2.4g
Calcium 125mg (27%)
Because each yogurt pot contains 175g, the yogurt will contain more than the nutritional information provides, however it still means that it's a very healthy yogurt to be enjoyed. Because it's all natural ingredients, 13.2g of sugar isn't an unreasonable amount when put into consideration.
Overall, I highly recommend this delicious pot of yogurt! It's healthy, it tastes amazing and is satisfying enough to have after a meal or as a snack. There's bound to be a Müller Fruit Corner that will take your fancy!
This Muller Fruit Corner (Cherry) is another first for me - the good thing about the special offers at supermarkets is that you can try out a range of different flavours.
Structure and Appearance: The configuration of this pot is similar to other Fruit corners. The pot weighs 175 g and is covered by a foil lid. One section containing a thick, creamy yoghurt, with a corner containing the cherry puree. The cherry fruit is a dark red colour which definitely looks like that of a cherry that has been liquefied. The fruit is quite thick and sticky, and looks similar to jam.
Smell: The cherry smell is quite subtle, but you notice it more when you are consuming the product.
Taste: The fruit tastes exactly like cherries that have been processed - there are also some slightly larger cherry chunks which taste excellent. I also did not find any cherry stones! The cherry fruit needs scoping out from its section as it is quite sticky, but does mix well with the yoghurt to form a yoghurt with red cherry ripples.
Overall: This is another excellent yoghurt from Muller that could be eaten at any time of the day. Make sure you take advantage of the special offers at supermarkets and buy in bulk!
27% of Calcium Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA)
No artificial colours or preservatives
No artificial sweeteners
Typical values per 100g
Energy: 445 kJ (106 kcal)
Protein: 3.8 g
Carbohydrate: 13.2 g
Of which sugars: 13.2 g
Of which saturates: 2.4g
Fibre: 1.0 g
Sodium: 0.1 g
Calcium: 126 mg (27% of RDA per pot)
Ingredients: Yoghurt, Cherries (13%), Sugar, Water, Stabilisers, Pectins, Carob Bean Gum, Guar Gum, Flavourings, Citric Acid. Contains Milk.
May contain cherry stones.
This is a really good fruity cherry yoghurt from Muller corner.
The yoghurt is so thick and creamy, it is a very high quality and has a lovely texture. However, in my opinion the flavour is not quiet for me. It is a little sweeter than I like. However, the cherry jam in the corner is very fruity and delicious. I find that if I mix the corner intot he yoghurt thoroughly so that the two are completely mixed into one another so that it looks like an ordinary fruit yoghurt, it works well and is not overly sweet.
The best thing about this yoghurt is the fact that the fruit flavour is so strong. I really love cherries and this is a very realistic cherry flavour. It is strong, fruity and rich. Delicious! There are chunks of cherry in the compote, which is nice to munch on while you are eating the otherwise smooth yoghurt.
This makes a really great snack at anytime of the day. It is quite a light snack and yet is filling. Therefore, I like to have one before I go to bed if I am still hungry. It is just enough to fill me up so that I do not wake up hungry in the night but it is not too heavy and it is easily digestible so does not repeat on me when I am laying down.
This is definitely one of my favourites in the Muller range.
One of my favourite yoghurts is the Muller Cherry Corner. At around 47p each they are great value, but there are occasions when they are on offer at ASDA or Morrisons at 8 for £2.00. Obviously a nice little saving and one you ought to watch out for, but at 47p they are well worth it for my money.
The square plastic container containing the fruit corner and the yoghurt is perhaps about 4 inches square. It has a depth of approx 2.5 inches. A thin plastic strip separates one corner and this is the corner where the fruit compote is stored. A foil seal covers the entire square shape; in the case of the cherry it is the smell that hits you first once this seal is removed. It's quite an almond like smell, and the compote itself is perhaps a little sweet for some tastes, but not for mine.
The complete removal of the seal will reveal that the remaining portion of the square is filled with delicious creamy yoghurt. Now this is the part where you have to decide on how you eat your Muller Fruit Corner, is it a small spoon of yoghurt followed by the fruit compote or is it a case of tipping the compote into the yoghurt and mixing before eating. Well that's a matter of choice but I do like a kind of in between choice. I pour the compote into the yoghurt but only give it a quick swirl with the spoon.
It now looks very interesting and inviting, it also looks quite artistic. In this manner every spoonful is slightly different from the previous, being that thee will probably never be two spoons the same, one will have lots of fruit and one may just have a hint. You might even get really unlucky and get one with no fruit at all, but the chances of that are slim.
The mixing of the two very contrasting tastes makes for a very delicious taste-bud sensation. Each corner does have a decent amount of product but I usually find when I do the mixing thing that I could surely eat more. That may well though just be greed. They are delicious and there are many other flavours to check out should you not fancy the cherry version.
The muller fruit corner is the original two section yoghurt, and many have tried to imitate the style of the pot design yet the taste is usually never as good as a good old muller fruit corner.
I am going to review the cherry fruit corner because it is my favourite out of the variety of different fruit variations. I got this cherry fruit corner in a multipack, which we usually buy them in to save money and to also let other people in the household to have one.
The yoghurt pot is sectioned in to two parts and the plastic is a white opaque colour. The lid is definitely attractive and is very relevant to the product and it entices you in for the fruity yoghurt experience.
On the lid it claims:
"No artificial colours or preservatives",
"No artificial sweeteners" and
"28% of calcium RDA".
This all sounds great to me and definitely makes me want to eat the yoghurt more often.
On the lid it describes the yoghurt as thick and creamy and i disagree with this a lot because every single one i have had has always been quite runny in comparison to traditional 'thick and creamy' yoghurts.
The texture of the yoghurt is definitely not unpleasant and tastes like sweet plain yoghurt. The cherry section is also quite runny and is a crimson type colour with pieces of cherry in it. The cherry compote is definitely the best part of the yoghurt in my opinion although, it would be too sweet to eat on its own.
It is very easy to flip the cherry compartment over to the the yoghurt and scoop the rich, yet strong cherry compote into the yoghurt. When i eat this product i prefer to mix in the cherry compote so you get an even taste however, to some this would defeat the object.
This tastes great on weetabix because it covers it with a thick layer of yoghurt and then the fruit on top which makes a brilliant breakfast.
There is quite a lot in each pot estimated at 175g which is fairly reasonable and good value. I am not sure how much each of these work out at because i bought the one i had in a multipack.
They aren't really a quick snack and so you couldn't eat them whilst you were walking around but would be very good for lunch.
Overall, i enjoy eating this product because of the strong fruity flavours mix in well with the nice yoghurt. I also think it would be fun for kids too.
Generally I'm a fan of all things cherry flavour except cherry coke and cherryade but that is because both have such artificial tastes to them but I love fruit cherries and this cherry flavour Muller fruit corner is a great yoghurt.
This type of yoghurt has seperate compartments for the yoghurt and the cherry flavouring and the idea is that you either mix the two with your spoon by adding the cherries in sauce to the yoghurt or snap the corner compartment up and tip the contents in although personally I find this messier compared with just keeping it simple and using a spoon.
The youghurt in this pot is lovely and creamy, it has just about the right level of thickness and is not too sweet either and I can eat this without the sauce on its own. The cherry flavouring is a combination of cherry chunks and cherry sauce, it is a little sweet for me if you eat it on it own however it is balanced out when mixed with the yoghurt into a lovely creamy cherry flavour that is really tasty and very moorish.
This is one of my favourite youghurts for when I'm not at home and unable to mix my own up using natural youghurt, with a plastic spoon it can be eaten on the go and is very nice.
Muller is a German company that produces a range of dairy products. They have had a factory in the UK, in Market Drayton in Shropshire since 1986. In that same decade they launched their very popular range of Muller Corner yogurts. These yogurts are called Corner because of the shape of the pot they come in. It's a split pot with the bigger section contained a plain creamy yogurt and the other half containing a flavour of some sort. This can then be added to the yogurt to make different flavour combinations and a more exciting yogurt than normal ones. Muller Corners actually come in three different varieties, Fruit, Healthy Balance and Crunch. It is the fruit variety I am going to concentrate on in this review.
There are actually 5 different flavours to choose from in the Muller Fruit Corner range which I like because they do give you a good choice. This review will concentrate on the cherry flavour which out of all of them is my all time favourite but the other flavours include:
Blackberry and Raspberry
Peach and Apricot
A Muller fruit corner comes in a handy tub with a very creamy rich vanilla plain yogurt on one side and a fruit compote on the other. The pot allows you to fold over the fruit side into the vanilla yogurt for ease of mixing. I find though that it is sometimes nice to just have a mouthful of the plain yogurt as even by itself it's really very good. The lid has foil on the underside so it keeps the yogurt and fruit inside nice and fresh which is nice and because the lid is made of foil it is perfect for licking once you peel it away from the pot!
The fruit section is not too big but just enough to give some flavour to the yogurt. The best thing about it is that it actually contains big chunks of the fruit. For example the cherry flavour contains full size cherries. I would describe the cherry flavour as the kind you would find in a black forest gateaux. It is quite a dark red/purple cherry colour and tastes quite sweet. The cherry are exactly like the ones used in the desserts and a little bit different than the actual fruit ones you buy in the shops. These cherries are a bit softer and smoother and a bit slimy but not in a bad way. They have a really nice sweet taste to them and the compote/sauce included with it is lovely . This to me says that the fruit section is real and fresh and it tastes really nice. The flavour is not too sugary or sour. It's nice to know that this is not just fruit flavouring.
Like I said the vanilla yogurt is very rich and creamy but not too creamy that it gets too much to eat. When you fist open the yogurt I like the fact that some of the cream has thickened around the edge of the yogurt top so you get a really nice spoonful of cream with that first scoop.
Obviously yogurts contain calcium so this makes a fruit corner a very wise snack choice. Calcium is needed for strong bones and teeth and can help keep osteoporosis at bay.
Some doctors have stated that adults between 19 and 50 need about 1,000mg of calcium a day. One of these yogurts contains 224mg so you are already a quarter of the way there which is good.
Each pot of yogurt contains 175g. The nutritional values on the side are given for 100g. According to the pot 100g of yogurt and fruit contains 106 calories so by eating the whole yogurt you are consuming 185 calories. This is not too bad, equivalent to a chocolate bar say but you are getting the additional benefit of calcium, etc with this so I would say stick to the yogurt if you are looking for a nice snack.
The other thing I like about Muller is that they really promote their brand as a healthy lifestyle and give you tips on how to keep healthy whatever your age. Their website is full of healthy tips which I definitely believe makes them quite an ethical company these days. At the moment their advertising on the television features a glass of milk being passed from person to person around the country, finally making it to the Muller dairy still intact. This is to signify the fact that they still farm close to their factory to ensure that the product you are about to consume is fresh and ethical.
There are fairly cheap as well and usually always seem to be on special at Sainsburys. At the moment they are 8 for £2 which is great. You can either buy them individually or in a bumper pack which I think contains 6 yogurts so they are a very good deal.
All in all a great healthy snack or desert.
I do not always feel terribly hungry in the mornings but have to eat something so I can take my steroids and other medication. On occasions I will usually have a yogurt, and today I have just eaten a Müller Fruit Corner in the Cherry variety.
The foil lid was easy to peel off and didn't rip or tear, the pot itself is separated into two compartments. The larger section holds a thick and creamy looking yogurt, and the smaller part has a generous portion of cherry puree. The concept of these yogurts is to either tip the puree in with the yogurt or use the tip of your spoon to pick up a small amount of puree and then a larger amount of yogurt.
This one is my absolute favourite Müller yogurt because the flavour really appeals to me. The yogurt is thick, cool and creamy with a very fresh taste and just a hint of vanilla. The puree is what makes this yogurt so good though as it has the tanginess of fresh cherries while still remaining sweet and fruity. There are several large cherry pieces mixed in with the puree and this adds a nice change of texture to the yogurt.
I like to eat mine differently to most people. I eat about half of the plain yogurt, which is delicious on its own anyway, so that I have got plenty of flavoursome puree to eat with the remaining yogurt. Müller are actually the most generous of all twin-pot yogurt makers in that they provide enough puree to flavour the whole yogurt, but I like my yogurt very fruity indeed so it makes sense for me to eat it like this and then my last few mouthfuls are a 50/50 split between puree and yogurt.
Each 175g pot of Cherry Müller Fruit Corner contains 185 calories and 4.2g of saturated fat (or 3 1/2 Weight Watchers points), which is not ideal for a yogurt and that I why I tend not to eat this type very often.
It is a delicious yogurt though, and currently available in Tesco at 5 pots for £1. This is an excellent saving as these Müller Fruit Corners usually cost around 54p each.
This yogurt is not my favourite but is does come in a close second to the apricot fruit corners.
These were 54p last time I shopped but they always seem to be on offer in most supermarkets, so keep you eyes open! They are also available in a smaller size, so make sure you are getting the right ones. It's easy to buy a multipack of the tiny ones by mistake.
The small ones are great for kids.
Maybe I am just a big kid because the yogurt is split into two, the yogurt in the big pot and the cherry fruit in the little pot. Now you can mix to taste or whatever you like!
The yogurt is quite creamy and nice, the cherry is delicious. They always have a nice consistancy. The lid does state "May contain Cherry Stone" but this is probably for legal reasons - I have never been given a cherry stone.
Conveniently, these always seem to have a long best before date (well, for yogurts, anyway) as long as they are kept in the fridge.
There is no artificial colours, preservatives or sweeteners.
Although not well marked on the pack, they are suitable for vegetarians.
The 'normal' sized yogurt is listed as an average 175g of product.
It contains 28% of the recommended daily allowance for calcium and also contains 13% of cherry. There is 3.9g of fat.
Of course, the only people that shouldn't be eating these are those who are allergic to milk. Or cherries.
I've tried other yogurts, but I just keep coming back to these corners every time.
I usually buy the Muller light yoghurts as they are really low in fat and nice and creamy, but thought I would try the corners for a change because I havent really tried one properly in ages.
The packaging is what makes these yoghurts unique wuth the split pot and the ability to eat either seperate or mix the fruit with the yoghurt is a good idea.
The yoghurt itslef looks really appetising, its a nice white shiny colour and looks really thcik and gloosy. On its own it just tatses like natural yoghurt not sweetened, just tasts really healthy and creamy. I tried the cherry one first. I tried the fruit on its own and it was really really nice. Not too sweet but syrupy and had whole chunks of cherry so gave it a nice texture. When combined with the yoghurt it tastes really nice as its not too sweet and its lovely and thick with the bits of cherry. Its definately one to try if you havent already. I think its about 54 p for one or £1.50 for 5 in Iceland. Its quite cheap as they are nearly always on an offer somewhere.