“ Brand: Muller / Type: Yoghurts „
I normally love a big bowl of cereal for my breakfast. I find it fills me up without stodging me too much and gives me enough energy to keep me going until lunchtime. I'm pregnant at the moment though and my tastes have completely changed. I have not been able to eat cereal for the whole time as the milk just leaves me feeling really sicky. I have therefore turned into a bit of a toast girl but while a couple of slices fills me up really well in the short term, a couple of hours later I am starving again and looking for snacks.
I therefore started to look for something to have alongside my toast just to give me a healthy boost which would keep e going through the morning. I spotted these Muller yogurts and they seemed like the perfect solution to ease my hunger pangs.
Granola seems to have become really trendy in the last year or so, I see it in the trendy cafes and coffee shops all the time and have also seen it on the supermarket shelves. I have been really curious but not willing to fork out the pennies just incase it's not to my taste.
I spotted these though and was really excited about trying them. They come in the typical muller split pot with one side containing low fat bio yogurt and the other containing strawberry granola. The total pot size is 135g. I believe I paid approx 50p for a pot of this yogurt and I believe it also came in a tropical variety.
Next day I polished 2 pieces of brown toast and then eagerly visited the fridge. I peeled back the lid and tipped the granola into the white creamy yogurt. The granola looked crunchy and I could see it was flecked with small pieces of strawberry. It looked delcious yet also quite healthy and I couldn't wait to tuck in.
I loved it!!! The yogurt was really creamy but it wasn't too sweet. It tasted perfect first thing in the morning and not as heavy as the yogurt in the regular muller corner yogurt. The granola was a really pleasant suprice, it had a crunchy oaty flavour which gave the yogurt a really great texture and the flavour of the strawberry came through really well.
I really enjoyed this yogurt as part of my breakfast and have been stocking up on them ever since. Definately reccommend giving them a go.
Im officially obsessed with granola and a long term fan of yoghurt, so when i saw these yummy looking yoghurts, I couldn't help but give them a go. I bought 3 Muller Corner Healthy Balance yoghurts as part of a 8 for £2 deal in Tesco as a nice healthy snack to replace my daily chocolate fix.
There are three flavours available of these Bio yoghurts, so I picked one of each: Strawberry granola, tropical granola and rasberry & cranberry granola. They are made from all natural ingredients and are low in fat with real dried fruit pieces and a honey coated granola in the corner - delicious! So there defintley pretty good for you, and they are healthier then the other corner varieties. In a 135g tub, there is 119 calories and 2.6g fat which isn't bad at all.
The tubs are designed so that you can flip the little granola filled section over and into your yoghurt, although I like to have a little taste seperatley and I can say that these two ingredients taste amazing together but nothing special seperatley, so mix it all in. The yoghurt is slightly bitter as its just plain bio stuff, rather than the creamy sweetend yoghurt they normally have in Muller Corners. It is still really thick however, and the fruitiness and crunch of the granola makes up for the taste considerably.
I think these yoghurts are really nice for part of your breakfast, or as a snack in the day... I pretty much eat them at any time however and they always taste good! My favourite flavour is Strawberry, but this is just personal preference as i find the tropical fruits a bit too chewy, but still very tasty. Rasberry and cranberry was also really nice, they are very satisfying and do fil you up - definitley recommend them all!
I'm not really a cereal person if I'm honest and when I do fancy it it seems to be in the night times as a quick dessert after tea. I have been trying to improve my eating habits though and varying my foods so when I spotted Muller Healthy Balance in Sainsburys I decided to give them a try as they seemed, well 'healthy' and different to what I'd usually eat.
Muller Healthy Balance you can find in amongst the yoghurt fridges, easy to spot though as two yoghurt snap pots are sitting neatly within a bright red, eyecatching cardboard sleeve. Muller Healthy Balance it tells us on the sleeve in large, white writing. You can either buy them, I noticed in tropical or strawberry, not fancying a tropical tang though I decided to try my favourite flavour, sweet strawberry. We are told on the front that these are made from all natural ingredients as well as being low in fat with a picture of a whole, juicy strawberry underneath. So I suppose you are wondering exactly what these are now right? They are quite simply snap, yoghurt pots of Bio Yoghurt with Strawberry Granola.
Each pot is a 135g pot but the nutritional info is given per 100g;
The small white pots have a peel off film on top keeping the granola and yoghurt fresh inside. Peeling it off carefully I was greeted by a small section filled with cereal granola and small pinky, red pieces of strawberry throughout. The larger section was filled with white, creamy and considerably thick bio yoghurt. The yoghurt is fresh and natural containing no flavours such as vanilla or strawberry, I appreciated the natural tang and taste of the yoghurt and it really mixed well with the granola too. It was smooth and creamy and when mixed with the granola tasted lovely. The granola was crunchy and enjoyable with the odd fruity, chew of a strawberry piece which when mixed with the yoghurt on a spoon was very tasty and created some lovely textures too. These make a perfect small breakfast, or a healthy snack during the day. It also satisfied me as a quick dessert after my tea too! I'd recommend trying these to absolutely anybody you can't go wrong with 'cereal' really and just plain yoghurt, it was tasty and satisfying, different and healthy too! It cost me just £1 for two pots which I think was definitely worth the money.