Muller Light Layers Strawberry Reviews
Product Type: Muller Dessert / Yoghurts
Newest Review: ... every little helps at the moment! The pot is the same shape as the other Muller Light yoghurt pots and is wider at the top ... more
by - written on 16/02/09 (Very useful, 251 readings)
As you may well know Dave and I have been buying and eating lots of Muller Light yoghurts whilst we have been trying to loose weight. Each morning I make a pint of sugar free jelly, split it between four glass dishes, add some fruit and let it set. We then eat the jellies with yoghurt poured over the top like a sugar free trifle. To ring the changes we have been trying all the different flavours and I thought that we had tried them all but when I was shopping at the weekend I spotted one called Muller Light Layers Strawberry flavour which sounded like something different so I got one each for us. The cost was 54p for a pot containing 175g of yoghurt ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/12/08 (Very useful, 197 readings)
I have to face the fact, I have a sweet tooth. I love something sweet after a meal, and it doesn't matter how full I feel after eating a main course, somehow, there is always room for 'pudding'. Dessert doesn't always have to be a heavy pudding and custard, something light and sweet will do, and so often a yogurt just fits the bill. I have surprisingly found a low fat yogurt that does this, mullerlight strawberry layered yogurt, and they are really lovely. The pack is similar to a regular mullerlight, apart from the pot being made of a translucent plastic, and if you're not careful, you might find yourself with a regular strawberry mullerlight, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/06/08 (Very useful, 149 readings)
I have not tried any of the Muller Layers before and actually did not even know about them so I was surprised when I bought a pack of 6 Mullers in Tesco to find that 2 of them were of this layered Strawberry type. I had thought it was going to be similar to the delicious Muller strawberry corner, only with the strawberry on the bottom instead of at the side of the yogurt. This Layers yogurt comes in a tub just like the normal Muller Lights only it is see-through, lighter in colour and looks more summery to me. The fat free yogurt is nice and creamy, it is cool and refreshing with a nice thick consistency. Not too thick mind, like a yogurt I ate from ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/07/08 (Useful, 40 readings)
I disagree with the other 2 people that have reviewed this product, I LOVE the muller light layers. I don't think there is much difference between the fruit part in these and the one in the fruit corners. I do think the yoghurt is different though, in the layers it is more watery. I think it depends what you want from a yoghurt. The layers are 67 calories per pot which I think is great considering that you get the lovely fruit compote at the bottom. The fruit corners would have more than this, the layers are also fat free whereas the corners aren't. I like the fact that the compote isn't just at the bottom of the pot. It took a couple of pots of yoghurt for me to ... Read the complete review
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