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      06.02.2014 13:44

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      Brilliant yoghurt, very healthy but very tasty

      I absolutely love yoghurts and am always trying the new brands and flavours. Muller Light Toffee, however, is one that I always like to purchase. It is full of flavour and low in calories which means that I can have one for breakfast, or lunch, or as a healthy snack or even as a pudding.

      The pot is a bit bigger than a lot of brands which means it takes you longer to eat, leaves you fuller and all with competitive nutritional content. The pot is ergonomically sound and the lid is removed easily, although occasionally it can fire yoghurt out as you initially open the lid - watch out for that! The texture of the yoghurt is brilliantly smooth.

      When it comes to the toffee flavour, I love it. I think this yoghurt is the best in the Muller Light range, even better than the Vanilla yoghurt I recently gave rave reviews too. It tastes like you are eating something full of toffee and unhealthy but only contains a small fraction of the calories! I've not found any toffee flavour yoghurt I enjoy more!

      I have recently downgraded to supermarket branded yoghurts as the cost of the Muller Light yoghurts can stack up when you are eating 2 a day minimum! However, I always keep an eye out to see if Muller Light yoghurts are on offer when I'm shopping and if they are I usually treat myself!

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      07.10.2013 13:47
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      Just love these Muller treats

      I love yogurts and I eat them just every day, and I take them with me in my lunch box to college. I usually forget to take a spoon though, so I have problems when it comes to eating them. My fault, I know. I am trying to eat more healthy food and those that are low in fat and so this is why I buy the Muller Light Yogurts. The toffee flavour is one of the best ones around at the minute and I pay only £1.99 for 4 from Asda.
      The pots are only 175g but they are just the perfect size for my ruck sack and so long as I'm careful, they don't get damaged or knocked about to much by all the books and other stuff I carry around with me all day long. I eat these because they are practically fat free so great if you are watching your weight but you still want a nice smooth sweet creamy treat after your dinner.
      I peel back the foil lid and (if I have my spoon with me) I scrape off the top bits from the underside of the foil. This yogurt is pale cream in colour and it smells of toffee before I've even put any of it into my mouth. It's really extra delicious and you would never thick that the whole pot contains less than 100 calories. Sometimes I've been known to have two, which his a little bit greedy, I know, but then I do find them totally irresistible

      They are very thick and creamy and not runny like some cheaper yogurts can be. These are high quality and delicious and I cannot imagine anyone wouldn't like them.

      I totally have to recommend them.

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        04.10.2013 20:46
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        not particularly inspiring but versatile

        ~Muller Light Smooth Toffee~

        Muller offer a range of (almost completely) fat free yoghurts and one particular flavour on offer is toffee which is described as "smooth toffee fat free yoghurt with sugar and sweeteners". The yoghurt is presented in a round yoghurt pot with a foil lid illustrating some scrummy looking toffee pieces.

        There seems to be a discrepancy about the nutritional information for this yoghurt but the official information from the Muller website states that each 175g pot contains 89 calories, 12.4g of sugar and 0.2g of fat. There is also 26% of your RDA of calcium per pot. Ingredients include aspartame so if you aren't keen on consuming this sweetener then avoid this particular range. This product is not suitable for vegetarians or those with milk allergies.

        This particular flavour of Muller Light is available in most supermarkets at around 68p a pot. It can also be purchased as part of a 6pk with the vanilla flavour. Most supermarkets run special offers on Muller Light yoghurts and at the time of writing, you can buy 10 for £4.00 at Tesco.

        ~My Thoughts~

        I love eating yoghurts and since starting Slimming World, I also use yoghurts in my cooking too. I buy the Smooth Toffee flavour often. I'm not overly wary about sweeteners but this is down to personal choice and I choose to eat these yoghurts. I never pay full price for them as 68p for one yoghurt is a bit excessive in my opinion. My latest purchase of the toffee flavour was as part of a multipack on a 'buy one get one free' offer at Tesco so I got 12 yoghurts for £3.89. Normally they have a good date around 3-4weeks ahead on them and I do find that they stay fresh.

        This particular yoghurt has a lovely consistency and you get a lot in the pot. If you aren't keen on yoghurts with bits in them then this one will be ideal for you. It is completely smooth and fairly thick. I go through stages of switching between this one and the Greek Muller as they have a similar flavour but different consistencies. I personally like this yoghurt poured over the top of something as opposed to eating it right out the pot. It is nice over some slice banana or a fruit salad of some kind. I also use it mixed with oats and eggs to make pancakes and they are absolutely delicious as the toffee flavour gives them a more distinct taste.

        This yoghurt smells really lovely and sweet. I personally like the taste of this Muller Light but as with most foods, it really is down to personal preference. The yoghurt is very sweet as you would expect and I certainly couldn't eat more than one at a time. The sweetness of the toffee is very noticeable and there is a milky flavouring to the yoghurt. It can be a little boring compared to the fruity Muller Light flavours but it does make a great base or topping and is nice mixed through some cereal instead of just milk. There is a slight artificial aftertaste from the sweetener used but this is short lived and no where near as bad some products laden with sweetener. I wouldn't eat this flavour on a daily basis as I would get bored and tend to vary which yoghurt brands and flavours that I buy. Given the high sugar content, I was surprised that the sweetener taste was more evident than the sugary taste.

        ~Final Thoughts~

        I like this yoghurt. I find one pot to be very filling and more than substantial. The yoghurt isn't exciting in any way, shape or form but I am happy to include it in my diet as it often satisfies my sweet tooth and is syn free on my diet plan! Mostly, this flavour is used to make my pancakes as the fruity flavours don't suit this purpose. I often pour two of these yoghurts in to a bigger tub with a snack pack of Malteasers mixed through and freeze it until it is like ice cream! It is a versatile flavour that is perfect for mixing with other ingredients to create a sweet treat, breakfast or dessert of some kind. I recommend at a reduced price! I also re-use washed Muller pots for craft activities.

        Thanks for reading :)

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          31.08.2013 01:23
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          Great little yoghurt, for either a pudding or an in between meal snack, virtually fat free!

          Recently I stopped smoking (5 weeks as of writing this review!), and to avoid putting weight on and also to shed some of the pounds I had already accumulated through eating too many sweets and cakes, I decided to start a health and fitness regime. Now, I have never been a fan of yoghurts, especially ones with fruit bits in them (it's a texture thing) and I needed a healthy bit of sweetness to keep my cravings at bay. That's when I discovered this little beauty....

          == What is it? ==

          Muller Light Toffee Yoghurt come in 175 gram pots (a little bit too small for my liking, I think they should have bigger pots for the greedy dieters out there), with one of those tin foil lids that I can never peel off in one foul swoop (there must be a knack to it). The yoghurt has a very smooth and creamy texture and is virtually fat free (0.1g of saturated fat per 100g), so can be eaten as part of a calorie controlled diet, or as I am using it, as part of my lifestyle change. The yoghurt has got a distinct flavour of toffee, I wouldn't say it was totally toffee flavoured though, I feel it does have a flavour all of its own that can't be described.

          == Nutritional Information ==

          Typical Values per 100g

          Energy 218kj (51kcal)

          Fat 0.1g (saturated fat)

          Carbohydrate 7.9g
          of which sugars 7.1g

          Protein 4.1g

          Salt 0.2g

          Calcium 130mg

          == Price ==

          The price varies on these from store to store, at the time of writing this, the stores I have visited recently have them priced as follows.

          Iceland - 4 for £2.00

          Sainsburys - 3 for £1.80

          Morrisons - Half price - 34p each

          Usually I go to Sainsburys, as they are closer and when I weigh up the cost of the bus journey, they work out cheaper, believe it or not.

          == Verdict ==

          I absolutely love these and at only 99 calories they make a fantastic healthier alternative to a chocolate pudding. I did think they would taste bland, but they are full of toffee goodness and you wouldn't think they were "light" at all. The downside is they aren't very filling and they are very moreish, but sometimes at only 99 calories I have two. Even eating more than one of these beauties a day I've managed to drop down from 12 stone 6lbs to 11 stone 8lbs in a month, obviously exercising has played a part in that too. I always keep a look out for them when they are on offer, as all the stores I visit have some sort of offer on them at the simultaneously. Overall verdict, these only get a 9/10 for me, they lose 1 point due to the size and nothing else, but that's just me being greedy.

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            21.05.2013 14:35
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            Not my fave.

            A while ago I decided to try Muller Light toffee yoghurts - as I have been following the Slimming World plan and these are 'free', meaning you can (in theory) eat as many of them as you like.

            Muller Light yoghurts come in a variety of flavours, including fruit flavours like strawberry, and more pudding type flavours such as bananas and custard, and toffee. I gave the toffee a go as I have always really liked toffee yoghurts.

            I paid about 60p for one of these, and there are often offers in various supermarkets, things like 8 for £3, and they can also be bought in multipacks. They are readily available in most supermarkets, including smaller ones such as Farm Foods.

            The yoghurt comes in a plastic 175g round pot, with a simple foil lid which peels off. The pot is quite full, and the yoghurt inside is really smooth, and pale brown in colour. It looks like any other toffee yoghurt I have tried before, and it looks quite appealing.

            The yoghurt itself is a lot thinner than I would like, I prefer a thick, creamy texture, but Muller Lights are not thick at all, I would class them more as a 'yoghurt drink' texture.

            Taste-wise, it definitely tastes of toffee, but I find it way too artificially sweet. I understand that this yoghurt is low fat and low calorie, so artificial sweeteners have clearly been used to save on sugar, however I just found this one a bit too sweet.

            I would eat these again if I had to, but I personally prefer slightly thicker yoghurt, and more of a natural sweet taste rather than this artificial sweetness.

            Muller Light toffee yoghurts contain 88 calories per pot and are fat free.

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            16.09.2012 21:16
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            Enjoy, but in moderation!

            I've tried a fair few of these Muller light yoghurts and I've got to say that the toffee one probably isn't one of the best. In my opinion, the mandarin and the raspberry ones are probably nicest as the fruit balances well with the slightly tangy taste of the yoghurt.

            These yoghurts are normally around 40-50p each and you can buy them individually or in multipacks with different flavours. In supermarkets they usually have a couple of different fruit selections and a selection with the vanilla and toffee flavours. The size of the pot is quite large for the money you're paying and the yoghurt itself is always quite filling.

            When you open the foil of the yoghurt, you are first met by a very watery mess inside the pot. Once it's been mixed a little, it thickens up a treat and it's much more appealing. I think that the toffee flavour is quite artificial, and tastes more like a vanilla/caramel flavour instead. I was quite disappointed by the flavour as the fruit ones are always so lovely. Another disappointment came from looking at the nutritional information. The yoghurt was low in calories - no surprise there. The real surprise came from the huge amount of sugar present in the yogurt. This surprised me because the yoghurts are already quite sweet and they could probably get away with using half as much as they actually do.

            In an age where we are all concerned about what foods we consume, it seems ridiculous that they would pack so much crap into these and still market them as 'health foods'. I don't know whether it says more about their shameless marketing or our willingness to buy what's put in front of us. Even though I love the fruity yoghurts, after becoming aware of the amount of sugar present in these, I will certainly be trying to limit the number of these I consume.

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            03.02.2011 17:37
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            A lovely tasting light yoghurt

            Yoghurts are quick, convenient, and are one of those things that I stock up on every week at the supermarket as they are handy to pack with a lunch or have with your breakfast as a healthy light snack. There are plenty to choose from and I have recently been going through the various flavours of Muller Light yoghurts. These are currently on special offer at several of my local supermarkets where you can buy 4 for £1.00, and the RRP of each one is 61p so it's quite a good saving.

            Muller Light yoghurts are available in a wide variety of flavours, and I chose Toffee as it comes highly recommended by my dad who has one of these yoghurts every single day after his dinner! These yoghurts come in individual plastic tubs with a peel off foil lid. Each yoghurt weighs in at 190 g.

            I don't really enjoy eating toffee itself because of the hard texture, but I am fond of the flavour. This toffee flavoured yoghurt is totally yummy and has a rich sweet taste that could please any sweet tooth. The yoghurt itself was nice and creamy but still light and with a nice smooth texture to it. It's nice to be able to enjoy a low fat yoghurt that's not thin and runny!

            I scoffed this yoghurt fairly quickly but it turned out to be reasonably filling and bridged the gap between breakfast and lunch time nicely without leaving me craving more snacks. There are some definite positive points such as being fat free, low in calories, and providing almost a third of your RDA of calcium. This is definitely a top choice for a low fat yoghurt and I will be buying this flavour again in the future.

            Ingredients: Yogurt, Water, Fructose, Modified Maize Starch, Gelatine, Caramel Syrup, Sweeteners: Aspartame, Acesulfame K, Salt, Contains a source of Phenylalanine.

            Typical nutritional values per 100g:
            Energy - 217kJ - 51kcal
            Protein - 4.0g
            Carbohydrate - 7.9g - of which sugars 7.1g - sugars naturally from milk 4.3g
            Fat - 0.1g - of which saturates 0.1g
            Fibre - Trace
            Sodium - 0.1g
            Calcium - 122mg

            {review also posted to ciao under my username zombieflesh}

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              18.01.2011 00:55
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              A brilliant dessert or snack

              As part of my new diet and fitness regime, I stocked up on foods and snacks that are good for me to eat. One of these items is the Muller Light Toffee Yoghurt.

              Due to many allergies, this is pretty much the only flavour yoghurt I can eat, but being that is it only 97 calories for a pot, it is the perfect dessert or snack for me. Each yoghurt is 190 grams, and comes in a plastic pot with a foil lid. The colouring of the pot is mainly white and toffee brown.

              I sometimes have a fight with the lid, most of the time it is easy to peel the lid off, but there has been times where a slight yoghurt explosion has occured! When you peel off the lid you will find a well filled, thick youghurt with a wonderful taste. The yoghurt really does taste like toffee, but not in a sickly sweet way. There is the perfect amount of taste and flavour in this yoghurt I think.

              The yoghurt is nice and smooth, and slides down easily. It is quite filling and I usually find this bridges a gap between meals and stops me snacking on other things that I should not be eating!

              The best part about this yoghurt, especially if you are dieting, is that the yoghurt is fat free! There is also 122mg, or 28% of your recommended daily allowance of calcium in one pot. There is no artifical colours or preservatives in this, and as I said before it is only 97 calories a pot.

              In most supermarkets, this will cost you around 60p - 80p a pot, but at the time of writing (17-01-11) Morissons are selling 12 of these for £3 (includes all flavours, not just toffee) You can buy them in pretty much every supermarket these days, as Muller are a leading brand in the world of yoghurts.

              I totally recommend the Muller Light Toffee Yoghurt, as it tastes wonderful, is good for you to eat and will stop you snacking on other products. I give this a 5 out of 5, and next time you are in the supermarket, grab one of these and give it a try, I think you will really like what you taste.

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                13.09.2010 10:52
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                It's a good healthy option, but there are better flavours to choose from

                Muller is one of my preferred brands when it comes to yogurts. They always seem to suggest a touch of quality with their products. Generally, I'm not somebody who immediately grabs the healthy or low-calorie option when out food shopping, but as you can't be too careful with fat and sugar, and the fact that they were on special offer, I thought that I would sample this Muller Light Smooth Toffee.

                These yogurts are made by Muller at their large factory in Market Drayton, Shropshire. The factory produces 80,000 pots of Muller Light every hour, 24 hours a day. They are quite a green company who pride themselves on the fact that they source over 90% of their milk within a 30 mile radius of the factory, thus keeping carbon emissions to a minimum and supporting their local farmers. This is another reason why I prefer Muller over other brands.

                The yogurt comes in a plastic pot with a foil lid. The lid is quite easy to peel away, but be careful because sometimes it rips and then it can get a little messy to completely tear off. Both the lid and the plastic pot are recyclable, which will please the environmentally conscious among you. The pot is generally white and coloured to represent the yogurt flavour. The toffee flavour uses what I would call a nutty shade of brown for its styling and lettering.

                The yogurt itself is reasonably thick and quite creamy and, as its title suggests, has a very smooth texture. As you would expect it has a pale brown colour.

                Many reduced fat alternatives I've tried in the past have been quite watery and rather tasteless, but this one is quite satisfying. It has got a genuine toffee flavour, probably from the caramel syrup that appears in the ingredients. Overall the taste is fairly pleasant, without being inspiring. I find that it isn't as satisfying as the fruit flavours such as strawberry and cherry with their genuine flavours and real fruit pieces.

                As this snack is directed at the health conscious I had better quote some of the nutritional values to let you know exactly what you're getting. Each 190g pot contains the following:

                Energy: 412kJ (97kcal)
                Protein: 7.6g
                Carbohydrate: 15.0g
                Of which sugars: 13.5g
                Natural sugars: 8.2g
                Fat: 0.2g
                Of which saturates: 0.2g
                Fibre: TRACE
                Sodium: 0.2g
                Calcium: 232mg

                As you can see this is virtually a fat free snack, low in calories and very rich in calcium; providing you with 28% of the recommended daily amount. It doesn't contain any artificial colours or preservatives. But, for those concerned, it does contain milk, aspartame, gelatine and a source of phenylalanine. Therefore it isn't suitable for vegans or vegetarians, but is ok for coeliacs.

                The yogurt comes in a 190g pot which I suppose is an adequate size portion for the average person. For me, it never quite feels enough, but it certainly fills a little hole. It's great at any time of day. I've eaten them at all meal times and I even have them as a snack mid-morning or afternoon.

                There are numerous other flavours in the range, so if toffee doesn't quite tickle your fancy then maybe one of the others will. I have already reviewed several other flavours and the remainder I will cover in due course.

                These yogurts are widely available in just about every supermarket; large or small. Just head over to the fridge section.

                Muller Light yogurts can be purchased individually or in packs of six. The normal retail price for an individual pot is just over 50p which I think is extremely expensive. I usually only purchase them if they are on special offer. For example they have recently been sold in Sainsbury's at 4 for £1 which is much more reasonable. Often the six packs can be on offer at two packs for £5 which works out at about 42p per pot, which is still too expensive for a dollop of yogurt.

                If you do purchase them when they are on special offer, you will invariably have to take quite a few pots. But don't worry, as the use by date is usually around 3 weeks from the date of purchase, so you will have plenty of time to eat them all.

                Because of the health benefits Muller Light is a good choice of yogurt; it's fat free and low in calories. However, if you're also after great taste then personally I would stick to the traditional fruit flavours like strawberry, cherry and mandarin. Toffee is reasonably tasty, but it just doesn't excite like some of the other flavours in the range.

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                  03.09.2010 22:01
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                  Tasty!

                  Since joining Slimming World, I've come to rely on low fat, healthy snacks to keep me filled up throughout the day . One of the delights of Slimming World is that I'm encouraged to eat as much 'free' food as a like, and Muller Light, being a low fat dairy product, fits nicely into the free food category .

                  My favourite Muller Light flavour has to be the toffee flavour - fat free, and at a teeny 108 calories per pot, it still manages to be delicious .

                  Opening the foil lid, I'm greeted with a light caramel coloured yoghurt. I do find that often these have 'settled' a little in the fridge and are a bit watery on the top, but a quick stir soon sorts this out, leaving me with a deliciously thick and creamy yoghurt with a smooth texture .

                  The flavour is wonderful - although not for those who lack a sweet tooth . There is a definite toffee flavour here - rich, sweet, and very indulgent feeling . I love that I can eat these guilt free, and I like that these don't have that artificial sweetener taste that many low fat products do . With that said, this does contain aspartame, which I know some people do try to avoid, so that could be a downside .

                  My favourite way to enjoy this is to crumble in a meringue nest to give it a little extra crunchy texture, or to freeze it for a little while for a very healthy ice cream alternative .

                  A pot typically costs around 60p from my local supermarket - although they are often on offer at 4 for £2. This is also available together with the vanilla flavour in a multipack, typically costing around £2.85.

                  A very tasty little treat that satisfies my sweet tooth without jeapordising my weight loss . 5 stars .

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                    Opt for another flavour!

                    I'm generally a big fan of Muller Light yoghurts, having tried the cherry, rasperry and cranberry and the mandarin versions. Today I saw the Smooth Toffee Muller Light Yoghurt which I hadn't tried before and so I thought I'd give it a try. One 190g pot cost me 62p from Waitrose - which is a fairly average price for yoghurts in Waitrose.

                    The yoghurt itself is a very light warm caramel brown that looks very smooth, rich and velvety. The consistency of the yoghurt is that if you put your spoon in and then lift it out again the yoghurt will run off, yet its thick enough that the spoon will remain coated. It smells quite buttery there is a hint of toffee-ness there also which comes through once the buttery smell has subsided. I believe that the look of food and the aroma of food is just as important as the taste as all three things combine to form the overall experience - and with this in mind, as I thought this yoghurt looked and smelled rather yummy, it stood to reason that I also thought it was going to taste equally as nice.

                    Unfortunately, this wasn't to be - and the taste very very disappointing indeed. I didn't feel like it tasted like toffee at all, and infact if it wasn't for the smell of the toffee, I wouldn't be able to identify the yoghurts flavor. It actually tasted quite medicinal and clinical and I ate the pot in a similar way as to how I would drink a bottle of cough medicine. Its incredibly artificial and there is nothing about it that makes you feel like you're eating anything fresh or wholesome. It was also incredibly sweet and sickly in that kind of unpleasant artificial sweetener kind of way. Very disappointing!

                    Ingredients:
                    Yogurt, Water, Fructose, Modified Maize Starch, Flavourings, Gelatine, Caramel Syrup, Salt, Sweeteners: Aspartame, Acesulfame K; Citric Acid.

                    Although the yoghurt is fat free and contains only 97 calories, I think I would prefer to go without the calories and just not eat it!

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                      02.06.2010 11:01
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                      Get a KitKat instead of this crap.

                      I don't often have yoghurt but Mullerlight Toffee caught my eye in my local Tesco so I wanted to give it a go.

                      ~Packaging and Appearance~
                      Mullerlight Toffee comes in a single 190g pot. On the lid is a picture of toffee and on the side of the pot is the ingredients list and nutrirional info: (per pot)

                      Calories - 95
                      Sugar - 13.8g
                      Fat - 0.2g
                      Saturates - 0.2g
                      Sodium - 0.2g

                      This yoghurt has also got all sorts of horrid artificial sweetners in it which made me rather reluctant to try it as I don't like eating things with sweetners in them.When I took of the lid I wasn't surprised. It was a diet yoghurt. It was a great, grotesque watery mass in a rather off-putting brown colour.

                      ~Product and Taste~
                      I put a spoonful in my mouth. I could tell it may have been natural yoghurt once becuase it tasted sour, but the worst thing of all was the toffee taste. It tasted absolutely awful - far too sweet, plus the sweet and sour taste did not go together at all. The yoghurt also had no cream in it so it was incredibly watery and I threw the yoghurt away after three spoonfuls and went to get a Longley Farm yoghurt to forget this traumatic food experience.

                      ~Value~
                      Each pot of this horrid stuff sells for abour 40p, which could easily be spent on a KitKat.

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                        Great for breakfast with cereal, or fruit

                        I have never bought Mullerl ight Yoghurt before as I always thought they were a tad expensive usually retailing around 50p per tub, but when I spotted that there was offers on all Mullerlight yogurts in Tesco when I was shopping on the weekend I picked up a 2 x 6 packs of Smooth Toffee& Smooth Vanilla which were on offer at 2 packs for £3.00 making it 25p a pot.


                        I was delighted when I saw that there is only 100 calories a pot and they are fat free, The first one I tried was the Smooth Toffee and when I opened it the first thing I noticed was there was a decent amount and on checking the pack again there is 190g in a pot which for 100 calories is pretty good. The Toffee flavour is lovely and creamy but is extremely sweet a little too sweet for me and so the next time I had it I poured it over an apple and the sharpness of the apple and the sweetness of the Yoghurt complimented each other and was quite enjoyable.


                        The Vanilla flavour was lovely as well and reminded me of melted vanilla ice-cream with a hint of custard and is delicious on its own or with a chopped banana or a ripe pear.


                        I would buy them again but only if they were on offer Mr. Benn and Benn junior can scoff 2 in one go and the 2 x 6 packs only lasted 3 days in my house They are a little pricey but when you look at other branded Yoghurts in 125g or 150g pots that are cheaper when you work it out per amount in the pot there is not much difference in price overall. But for my food budget for Yoghurts I would have to stick to cheaper supermarket brands for everyday use.


                        Until the 08/06/2010 Mullerlight Smooth Toffee Yogurts & Vanilla yoghurts (mixed) are on offer in multipacks of 6 at 2 packs for £3.00. They also have the Citrus Yoghurt on the same offer and you get 2 mandarin 2 apricot and 2 peach and pineapple per pack.

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                          01.05.2010 23:04
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                          Not my thing

                          I was quite a fan of Muller's Crunch Corners but hadn't had any of their other yoghurts in a while. I happened to come across a multipack in the fridge of toffee and vanilla pots of Muller Light.

                          As the name suggests, these yoghurts are aimed at those who are looking for a low fat dairy snack with roughly a calorie count of 100 which is low.

                          The pots are quite sizeable at 190g and about twice the size of a standard yoghurt pot. Each pot costs about 53p but you can get these in packs or in deals like four for £2 not that it's a great saving.

                          They have changed the packaging since the above photo was taken, it is white all over but for the big chunks of toffee that are splashing around. The pots are all foil sealed.

                          The colour of the yoghurt is a very light brown. My main problem with this is its consistency. I perfer thick wholesome yoghurts. This feels too thin and runny, almost too watery, it's almost like having a drink.

                          My other gripe with this is the taste. I don't know whether this is down to the low fat issue, but the toffee taste is not at all genuine and tastes just too chemically.

                          I did't really like this, maybe the strawberry is nicer but I don't think I'll make a huge effort to find out.

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                          23.04.2010 11:26
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                          Very good quality at a very good price, especially when on special offer.

                          I bought it recently from Sainsbury's on special offer and I bought 8 for only £2 for a 190g carton, which is a brilliant price, and I just had to buy the 8 as it made sense and save me some money because they are usually priced at around 53p each.

                          They come in a nice round white plastic carton with a foil pull off lid with the flavour of each on the top, and inside it is a rich, creamy, smooth yogurt and it can be easily spooned out to eat from the carton or poured onto fresh, frozen or canned fruit and eaten as a pudding.

                          It is fat free which is very good for if you are trying to lose weight as I am and are on a diet, the texture is very smooth and soft and the taste of the toffee is a very good quality and you can clearly taste the flavour of the toffee as with some other brands the flavour is not as clear in my opinion but with this one it is perfect.

                          Per pot it contains only 97 calories, and for 100g it contains 51 calories, 4.0g protein, 7.9 carbohydrate, 0.1g fat and a trace of fibre.

                          It is very rich in calcium and there are no artificial colours or preservatives and they are available in many flavours some of which are Vanilla, Strawberry, and Vanilla sprinkled with chocolate and many more.

                          Muller do large range of products some are Fruit Corner, Rice, Little Stars and many more and they are all of an excellent quality and value for money.

                          The sell by date is very good at around 3 weeks and so they can be kept in the fridge for whenever you want to eat them.

                          I recommend this product for anyone to try and see for yourself to see if you like it as much as I do but watch out for the special offers as they are often on sale in supermarkets.

                          I give it a 5 star.

                          Thank you for reading my review.

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                          Toffee flavoured Muller light