Muller Light Vanilla and Chocolate Yoghurt Reviews
Product Type: Muller Dessert / Yoghurts
Description:Brand: Muller / Type: Yoghurts
Newest Review: ... accompanied by an over-sweet nature that I had imagined. They combine well, and Muller have definitely got the balance just ... more
by - written on 01/09/09 (Very useful, 52 readings)
As a child, i always turned my nose up at yoghurts, preferring the obvious bad choices of chocolate and cakes. As an adult, and being more health conscious, i was very please to learn i could eat my yoghurt with the chocolatey bits too. Muller light Vanilla yogurt is sprinkled with dark chocolate and is fat free withonly 86 calories per pot. Even better, it does not contain any artifical colours or preservatives. It comes in a 165g pot and is creamy and oh so tasty. The chocolate bits are sprinked into the yogurt so not too much chocolate but the definate taste of it is evident. This is one of a new range of chocolatey yoghurts which can be ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/08/09, updated on 09/05/10 (Very useful, 209 readings)
I haven't had any yogurt in quite some time so I hadn't been anywhere near the yogurts in Morrison's for quite a few months. This is probably why I wasn't even aware that these new yogurts had come out. Being the sort of person that will try most food type things at least once I duly popped a six pack into the trolley.... Packaging: There are 6 pots of Muller Light Yogurt in this "collection". They are:- + 2 x Orange & Chocolate + 2 x Vanilla & Chocolate + 2 x Vanilla & Chocolate with a Black Cherry underlay. The six pots are held in place with a piece of sturdyish cardboard which is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/05/09 (Very useful, 51 readings)
My experience of trying 'Muller' products has been a good one, more often than not I enjoy the yogurts and tend to buy them again. When I saw the new range of 'Muller Light' yogurts I couldn't not try them, and hoped yet again, 'Muller' would blow me away with another great tasting yogurt. The branding of these yogurts is tastefully done, with a nice large image of the yogurt contents on the front, making your mouth water, and causing you to rush to the checkout to shorten the time it takes between seeing the yogurt and taking your first spoonful. The pot is a fancy shape, with the sides gradually opening out from the bottom to the top. As I peeled ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/04/09 (Very useful, 111 readings)
Just when you thought you had tried all of the Muller Light yoghurts available, they bring out some more! I like chocolate so I was very happy to see this vanilla yoghurt with chocolate sprinkles and picked one up to try it. It was so delicious that I have since eaten several (not in one go)! I paid £0.54 for this in Sainsburys but they are cheaper if bought on offer at supermarkets like Morrisons and it is possible to get them for thirty something pence each! I like the packaging of this yoghurt. It is in the familiar size and shape tub that Muller puts their yoghurts in. For those that don't know, the tub is flat on the bottom with sides that ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/03/09 (Very useful, 342 readings)
I'm not usually a massive fan of yoghurts, although I don't mind the tiny little fruity pots that are pretty much for kids, they are quite nice, but big fruit yoghurts with bits of fruit in, never really do it for me. My mum had bought in some of the Muller Light fruit ones last week and I never touched them, but last night she bought home a pack of Muller Light yoghurts with chocolate in. I love anything with chocolate in, and this quickly changed my opinion of these yoghurts and I thought I might as well give it a try, nothing to lose, right? A couple of people at work have had these and said how nice they are, but as ever I will judge for myself. And now my Muller ... Read the complete review
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