The Milkybar Desserts which are manufactured by Nestle, are simply delicious! It has a creamy white chocolate taste, which definitely leaves you wanting more.
My friends and I were very shocked to find out that one of my University friends had never tried a Milkybar Dessert and after a group of us describing to her how nice they really are, she went straight out and bought one. She definitely was not disappointed with the product and it lived up to her expectations. She even thanked us for telling her about Milkybar Desserts.
Whenever I have a Milkybar Dessert, I always eat it slowly to make it last as long as possible, and after having a mouthful the taste savours in your mouth for a while after which makes the eating experience even better. I then end up scraping the sides to get every last bit out of the 80g pots that the desserts come in .... yes it really is that nice! These desserts definitely need to be chilled before eating, they still taste very nice if they are not chilled but when they are, they taste delicious!
The only disadvantage of the Milkybar Dessert product is that they are very moreish and very calorific!! Quite often this product is on offer in fact I have previously bought this product for just 50p for a pack of two, which in my opinion, is definitely worth the money! Overall, if anybody has not tried Milkybar Dessert and is a big chocolate fan, particularly white chocolate, then I would definitely recommend it.
The desserts are made by Nestle and need to be kept refrigerated. The desserts are of course based on the taste of the milkybar white chocolate bars which I find delicious. These are a smooth and creamy white chocolate dessert. These are sold in packs of 2 and can be purchased at supermarkets and local shops. I purchased mine from the Co-Op and they were on offer. They were £1.00, but they were buy one and get one free so I took advantage of the offer and got a few packs as my nephew likes these as well. I thought these were really good value. They were also on offer with other Nestle desserts such as the Rolo one's, how-ever these were the only one's left.
The desserts are sold in packs of 2. They come in a small plastic pot which holds 70g of this yummy, creamy dessert. The pots themselves are an off white colour and have foil lids which just peel on. On the lids it has milkybar and the nestle logo and use by date. The 2 pots are joined together and you just need to bend the middle slightly and they will snap and come apart. The 2 pots do have an outer cardboard packaging which goes around the whole of both pots with both ends free to see the pots in the cardboard sleeve. On the cardboard sleeve there is a list of ingredients and contact information. It also includes the nutritional values per pot as well.
When you pull back the foil lid you will see the creamy dessert which is an off white colour and looks quite thick. It doesn't really smell of much, maybe a little of white chocolate but nothing else and the smell isn't too strong. I put my spoon into the dessert and it was a lot thicker than other desserts I have tried before, this was good though as it mean it wasn't too runny and fell off the spoon. As soon as I put a spoonful into my mouth, it was filled with a lovely sweet taste. The dessert was really smooth and creamy. It wasn't long before I could taste the white chocolate and this got a little stronger towards the end of finishing each spoonful. The dessert is quite sweet but not really sickly and I really enjoyed it. It certainly took away any sweet cravings I had and was a lovely treat. After finishing the dessert I was very satisfied.
Each 70g pot contains the following:
* CALORIES - 162 (8% RDA)
* SUGARS - 13.8G (15% RDA)
* FAT 9.9G (14% RDA)
* SATURATES - 6.4G (32% RDA)
* SALT - 0.2G (3% RDA)
Contains Milk & Soya.
May contain traces of nuts.
I really like these desserts as they aren't to sweet or sickly. They are sweet enough to have as a nice treat and take any sweet cravings away that you might be having. My nephew also enjoyes these desserts as well and sometimes has them in his lunch-box. These also make a nice change to having white chocolate. The dessert has a lovely thick but smooth consistancy and tastes delicious. I'll be buying these again, not just for my nephew but for me as well. There aren't many white chocolate desserts avaliable to buy unless you maybe go for a supermarket own brand, so it was nice to see these on the shelf in my local shop and I have also seen them in the supermarkets as well. These were so yummy, I really enjoyed them.
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Although these are classed as a yoghurt, in my opninion they're more of a chocolate pudding. I think they're delicious but due to the price rarely buy them. They come in packs of 2 which are available in most supermarkets, and i buy mine in Tesco, for £1.40; 70p per pot. The pots are a decent size at 77 grams, but i definetly don't think they're worth 70p! As i said though, i do buy them now and again for a little treat.
The yoghurt/chocolate pudding comes in a round plastic pot, which is a custardy yellow colour with the milkybar logo on the top, which peels off. The 2 pots of pudding are in a little cardboard box which is easily removable, but helps to keep them sturdy in packed lunches.
The yoghurt's consistency is very thick; a bit like fromage freis or partially melted icecream, and it tastes of pure milkybar! It'd be best to describe it as a melted milkybar. It's really creamy, sugary and chocolatey and really cures a chocolate craving. They're not great if you're on a diet, as each 77gram pot contains a whopping 177 calories (more than an actual medium sized milkybar!)
My nephew and neice adore these, aswell as the adults in the family so i'd reccomend them to anyone who has a child with a sweet tooth, but remember to take the calories into consideration before eating one/giving one to your child, i personally have these 1 or 2 times a month due to the price & calories and the fact they're extremely morish!
Now that my daughter has decided that she is a 'fussy' eater, much preferring milk to most foodstuffs, I have been branching out a bit to discover some new tastes for her to sample in the hope that she will eat more and consequently that she will sleep more.
Whilst perusing the yoghurt isle, I spotted these little beauties and decided that despite their being full of naughtiness, she'd be sure to gobble up a Milkybar Dessert. She certainly likes Milkybar buttons so I hoped a dessert much the same would also be a winner.
Sadly, the taste test revealed a look of disgust and her tongue swiftly removed what had made it into her mouth. I think the dessert may well have been too sweet for her but with my mission failed and working on the premise of waste not, want not, I gave the dessert a try myself.
The Milkybar dessert looks very much like melted white chocolate. It is thick and creamy with the consistency and indeed the look of a good quality salad cream. The dessert actually looks quite heavenly and very inviting for a chocoholic like me. The taste is also very much like melted white chocolate and is really rather nice although incredibly sweet. You could actually believe for a split second that you are eating melted white chocolate Milkybars, but once it's finished, there's something about the after taste that I'm just not sure about and it leaves me wondering if I did or didn't like it. I think the problem with desserts like these is that they are not quite what you want them to be... for this dessert to be perfect for me, it would have to be melted down white chocolate. In actual fact it is only 15% white chocolate and the rest is various other oddities such as emulsifier, pork gelatine, maize starch, whisked in with milk and cream and the white chocolate to make the dessert.
All these ingredients make up 177 calories in a 77 gram pot which is quite a lot for a dessert of this size. I think I'd actually rather just have a milky bar itself if I'm honest as the calories are about the same and the cost is not far off either. These desserts would be worth every penny and every calorie if they were substantially less than the real thing, but the desserts are expensive and calorific too - not my favourite combination!
All in all I give this three Dooyoo stars. I think the desserts are nice, but so are Milkybars, and I'd actually rather have the real thing than something that's almost it and so I'd recommend you do the same.
Although i've seen these in the chiller cabinet in the shops, i've never bothered about these in the past. But since they have been on the end aisle in Asda and Tesco recently and on offer for £1 then the wife bought a few packs without even trying them. She got some of these and some of the Rolo desserts as well. I guess there was the chance that neither of us would like these desserts, but that's a slim to non chance when it involves desserts.
Not really sure about the right price for this 4 pack, but think it is somewhere in the region of around £1.40, so £1 is a bit of a saving.
You get 4 little pots in the pack, and they are 77g. They are just a thin plastic tub with a foil lid covering which comes off easy enough. The colouring on this is mostly a light yellow colour with the Milkybar branding around it. The 4 pots are stacked 2 high and side by side, and they are housed in a cardboard sleeve.
This just tastes like a melted down Milky bar. It tastes quite light, very milky and a nice sweet white chocolate. Just like the bar. Although it is sweet, it isn't too sickly, and although I can eat 2 of the tubs, I would say 1 is an ok amount for a little sweet treat.
I was surprised to see that 1 of these tubs has 177 calories. A similar tub size from Aero only has 95 calories so a big difference.
I would recommend this as it is nice and i'm glad we tried these.
Its all for me!
The product I am going to be reviewing is Milkybar White Chocolate Dessert which is manufactured by Nestle. Milkybar Dessert is a designed to be an alternative dairy treat to normal yoghurts.
The desserts come in little yellow tubs with a white lid containing the name of the product. The yellow tubs are then housed in a cardboard cover which is mainly red and yellow with the famous Milkybar name in blue letters. The top of the cover has the Nestle logo and the product name aswell as basic nutritional information and the best before date. The back of the cover has company information, some facts about the product and further nutritional information and the ingredients are on the base of the cover. The cardboard cover is recyclable.
On opening the tub, you are greeted with a yellow/creamy and thick dessert with a milky smell. The texture is very creamy and the consistency is thicker than normal yoghurts. It doesn't slide of your spoon as easily as normal yoghurts either.
Reconstituted Skimmed milk (31.7%) , Cream (21.5%) , White Chocolate 15% (Sugar, Cocoa Butter, Whole Milk Powder, Skimmed Milk Powder, Emulsifier: Soya Lecithin) , Whole milk , Water , Sugar , Modified Maize Starch , Pork Gelatine , Emulsifier: E471 , Acidity Regulator: Sodium Hydroxide , Flavouring .
May contain nut traces.
Each 77g pot contains
*Availability and Price*
Nestle Milkybar desserts are available in major supermarkets and can be found alongside the yoghurts and dairy products. They are available in packs of 2 or 4. A 4 pack is currently £1.00 in Asda. So you will receive 4 x 77g pots.
PO Box 207, York, YO91 1XY
0800 00 00 30
Normally I stick to fruity yoghurts as I find chocolate desserts very sickly though I have an addiction for white chocolate and though I did mainly buy these for my son as treat (he is a self-confessed Milkybar addict), I knew I could opt to have one aswell. Having avoided these in the past due to the price and the fact that the tubs are about a 3rd of the normal size yoghurts, I spotted these on offer in Asda so decided to treat myself, oh I mean my son sorry!
Taste test on my son - he screwed his face up at it and spat it back at me..hmmm obviously he doesn't like it as much as the Milkybars and would much prefer Munch Bunch! Awell, all the more for Mummy then I suppose! Being on a diet, these are not very good for my calorie intake and are quite high in sugar and fat too so should be reserved for a treat if you are counting calories.
Personally I think the consistency of the dessert is perfect and tastes the way good white chocolate should taste. I saviour ever spoonful as it is so creamy and milky though you could only eat one at a time otherwise you could make yourself sick! One good point though..lots of milk products so calcium..yeah!!!
I would recommend these as a treat and take into consideration the calories and price so not good for your purse or your waistline!
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Nestle White Chocolate Milky Bar Dessert............
I tend to stick to buying yoghurt's for Jack and low fat yoghurt options for Himself and I but on my last shopping trip I did splurge a bit on a few naughty items and these desserts were included in that. I am a sucker for a special offer and Morrison's had these little Milky Bar Desserts on a buy one get one free offer so seeing as it had been such a long time since having them I thought I would give us all a treat.
Usually the price is around £1 and for this you only get 2 pots but getting them on the BOGOF offer works out a ton better and at least we can all have one and then squabble over the one that is left. Each pot is of a good size containing 77 grams which I think works out a little bit more than you would get in a standard yoghurt pot.
They are in a wide yet shallow plastic pot with an easy to remove waxy paper type lid. To look at the product itself looks just as several melted down milky bars would look in the fact that it is very milky white in colour and firm yet gooey in appearance.
The smell coming off of the dessert is minimal but I can smell a slightly sweet aroma when getting my nose right in the pot. It doesn't take me long to eat a whole pot but with each spoonful my taste buds are certainly tingling! The taste is just as eating a Milky Bar but it appears a lot creamier and denser in texture. They are smooth and rich and even though they are small you couldn't eat more than one without feeling a little bit sick.
They are definitely a winner in my household with all of us liking them a great deal. However they are not particularly good on the calorie and fat side of things and I think on the whole I will stick to buying yoghurt's. For one pot you are looking at eating a whopping 177 calories and 7.1grams of saturated fat! Unbelievable considering they are not that big. But then again they do taste nice and it is always the way with the tastiest things being the highest in fat!
Overall I think they are a nice occasional treat. I most certainly would not buy them if they were not on an offer as £1 is a good price for 4 but not 2! As they are not particularly good for you it is not something that you could et everyday in comparison to a yoghurt.
They do however taste very nice and as a treat once in a while I think I will buy them again. I think a fair score of 3 out of 5 stars for these Milky Bar Desserts. The only downsides are the high cost and the high fat!
A cautious recommendation!
I do hope that this has been of some help/interest to you.
Many thanks for taking the time to read.
I have always loved Milky Bar chocolate and when I was a child, my mum always used to buy Milky Bar yoghurts and Rolo yoghurts as I absolutely loved them!
Being the kid that I still am, I actually asked my mum to buy some of these for me a few weeks ago. I was so pleased when I saw them in the fridge after her weekly shop but didn't actually try them until a week later.
I thought I ought to eat them soon as the use by date was bound to be short. I was quite suprised to see that the use by date was about a month in advance which was quite good.
I was just hoping that these lovely little desserts hadn't changed since I was a little girl as I really didn't want to be disappointed!
I think the pots have changed shape since I was a child but this doesn't exactly bother me! I took my first mouthful and the creaminess of the dessert all came back to me. It actually reminds me of a panna cotta flavour (obviously not quite as nice as panna cotta) but a more liquidy texture and slightly white chocolatey. I think the yoghurt's used to be slightly thicker when I was younger and this is really my only disappointment, the flavour is still there.
So for the nutritional information! Obviously you aren't going to expect that the yoghurts are going to be healthy. Each 77g pot contains:
* 177 calories
* 16.3g carbs of which sugars 14.7g
* 10.8g of fat or which 7.1g is saturated (36% of your daily intake!)
* 0.2g of salt
So they aren't exactly the healthiest of desserts! The desserts are actually supposed to be aimed for children but they aren't exactly the healthiest of desserts so maybe children (and adults) shouldn't eat them too regularly!
The desserts may also contain traces of nuts so not really advisable for nut allergy sufferers!
The packaging is now 100% recyclable (can now recycle yoghurt pots in my area) which is great for the environment as well.
Overall I love the taste of this smooth and creamy white chocolate dessert and recommend anyone to try it! It's not just of children!
I recently tried these milkybar deserts and fell in love with them instantly. The reason for me buying these pots were because they were on offer ; buy one get one free , which meant I had 4 pots (2 packs) for £1.09 from my local Spar. What a bargain I thought. I was meant to be on a diet and you know how you are when your on a diet , constantly thinking "can't have this , can't have that" and then you end up craving something your not " supposed" to eat , and that is what happened to me!
The MilkyBar deserts are made by Nestle who make the white chocolate bar 'milkybar'. These deserts are only sold in certain countries such as the Uk , Spain , India and Ireland to name a few. Because I bought mine when it was on a buy one get one free offer , I didn't know how much they usually cost , but I looked on a few supermarket websites however I was required to register with them before being able to search the site. Asda was the only one which allowed me to do a price check . At Asda these deserts cost £1.58 , which is quite expensive for two.
* Packaging *
The pots are surrounded by a cardboard label. The label is 'busy' with lots going on. In the top right hand corner is the famous 'Nestle' logo which consists of a blue background with Nestle written in a white font with what appears to be a sun shining above the 'T' and 'L'.
In the centre of the label is the word , in large blue font which takes up a lot of space on the label ; 'Milkybar' , in a white/blue background of what appears to be a splash of milk. Below this is an explanation as to what the pot contains "Smooth and Creamy White Chocolate Desert". There is a photo of a spoon with the contents of this desert on the spoon. There is also a quick nutritional guide and a use by date. It also says that the deserts are to be kept refrigerated and they are not to be sold seperately.
* Appearance *
The desert is a creamy colour. It looks a bit like thick custard , which wobbles when you dip a spoon into it. It looks very appealing!
* Taste *
This desert is delicious! It has a thick texture , which reminds me of blamanche , however a lot tastier. It tastes like the 'milkybar' melted. It could be classed as 'too strong' for some , as it does have a 'sickly' taste , however I loved it. This desert is very filling!
* Nutritional *
Each 80g pot contains :
11.2g Fat (7.4g of which Saturates)
Considering the size of the desert the amount of fat is quite a lot for such a small serving and therefore I would not reccommend eating this desert on a regular basis , however it is ideal as a one-off treat. The desert is low in salt which is good. The desert is high in calories , and once again I would not reccommend this desert for those who are on a low calorie diet , but they are ok as an ocasional treat :)
* My Opinion *
I love these deserts. They're so delicious. They have a lovely texture , really thick and creamy. I like how these deserts are filling and therefore are a perfect end to a meal. One criticism I do have though , is the fact that because the pots are so small and there is only two pots in a pack , when you've eaten one you can't help but think 'I can't leave the other pot on it's own in the fridge' , or "I may as well have the other one" and of course , having one is high in calories and fat is bad enough but when you have the other one as well! These deserts are quite expensive just for two , although when bought on offer like I did they are great value for money! I will continue to buy these deserts every now and again as an ocasional treat , although I won't be buying them on a regular basis due to their high calorie/fat content. However I do recommend giving them a go! You will certainly fall in love with them!
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Coming in packs of 2 small pots per pack these are the perfect treats to keep in the fridge - for one or to share.
The desserts are in low opaque plastic pots with plastic lid (with the logos on). The pots are joined together by the rims and cardboard across the top too. The packaging compared to some is quite minimal.
The desert is a thick consistency - reminiscent of fromage frais. On opening it looks very smooth and a deep cream colour - although given how smooth it is on top it surprised me a little that there were bubbles under the surface!
I love milkybar chocolate, the very creamy white bars are an easy snack to munch on. This dessert did not disappoint on the similarity score. It had the creaminess and the correct colouring. It did melt on the tongue!
I did find it exceptionally sweet though and was slightly relieved on getting to the bottom of the pot. On my second of the pair -(yes I kept them both for me!!! But I did resist the second for a few days!)- I added some strawberries and this lightness broke up the dessert and made it very palatable!
Each pot contains
This does mean about a third of the weight is comprised of fat and sugar. It isn't too healthy, but can be a good compliment to a healthy main course!
Milkybar desserts are made by Nestle and if you are a white chocolate lover like I am then these are definatly for you.
These are on sale at the moment from Asda and iceland for £1 for four 77g delicious snack pots and at this price it is a real bargain, they are normally around the £2 mark in some stores for just 2 pots!
The packaging for these is the same as that of the milkybar chocolate bar, on the cardboard outer you get the yellow and red background with the bright blue wording for milkybar emblazened accross the front with all the ingredients and nutritional content. Once you take the cardboard off you will then see the cream coloured pots with a peal off film on the top, which again has the milkybar logo.
The taste of these are delicious, they are smooth, creamy and thick with the consistency similar to that of warm melted chocolate, they taste like white chocolate but more creamy.
I have these as a pudding with a meal sometimes, but I do not stand a chance when my daughter spots them as she loves these even more than me so I have to have the rolo ones that are similar. These are ideal for a packed lunch too in place of yoghurt asthe are just the right size. You could also have these with fresh fruit and it makes a nice change from cream or custard.
These scrummy pots are only 177 calories per pot, but may contain traces of nuts.
These are a real must for white chocolate lovers, I highly recommend these and believe me so does my daughter!
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Nestle milky bar white chocolate desserts are a fantastic yogurt desert product. In fact I would call them a dessert more than a yogurt as they are a chocolate product, all be it white chocolate but I wouldn't have these as a breakfast but have them as a dessert after a meal.
I quite like the milky bar chocolate bar and I do like the rich creamy taste of the white chocolate however I rarely have the actual chocolate bars as they are small and I prefer other ones.
However when it comes to dessert products like these there aren't really much competition out there, Cadbury make their chocolate ones however I have never seen a white chocolate dessert product like this before which is why I though I would try them, that and they were on special offer so they were pretty cheap as well.
The texture of them is the first thing you notice when your eating them. They are very thick textured and very creamy too, there white in colour and look delicious before you even eat them. The taste is like the white chocolate so there very sweet but also very rich, I can imagine them being a bit sickly if you eat a lot at once but that's good as you can only have a small spoonful at a time and make them last.
These are a great product, great tasting, one criticism would be that the pots aren't really that big and they could be a bit more in the pots but apart from that, a good product.
I love Milky Bar white chocolate and so when I first saw these white chocolate Milky Bar desserts on the shelf I thought I'd have to give them a try!
Like yoghurts, they come in a plastic tub with a paper lid which you peel back and then eat with, probably in most cases, a spoon.
The packaging is appealing and plays on the taste buds as the pot container is made to look much like some runny Milky Bar chocolate, being a nice opaque, off white creamy colour, and having a wavy ridge around the middle. There is also the cardboard packaging holding the four individual pots together. This cardboard, like the lids of the pots, has the Milky Mar logo on it, the distinctive red and blue which lets you know immediately that the product is Milky Bar.
The nutritional information is on the cardboard packaging also:
Each 77g pot contains:
177 calories (9%)
14.7g sugars (16%)
10.8g fat (15%)
7.1g saturates (36%)
0.2g salt (3%)
(of an adults guideline daily amount)
This doesn't seem too bad for a treat, although I'm not a nutritional expert...
There is also the use by date and the advice to keep it refrigerated.
Reconstituted skimmed milk (31.7%), cream (21.5%), white chocolate 15% (sugar, cocoa, butter, whole milk powder, skimmed milk powder, emulsifier: soya lecithin), whole milk, water, sugar, modified maize starch, pork gelatine, emulsifier: E471, acidity regulator: sodium hydroxide, flavouring.
Therefore not suitable for vegans and it says it may also contain nut traces.
Contact Nestle free:
0800 00 00 30 (UK)
00800 6378 5385 (ROI)
PO Box 207, York, YO91 1XY, UK
At one time, I would have said that this Milky Bar logo was almost like a guarantee of a quality product, but I have to say that recently, I have been a bit disappointed by standard Milky Bar chocolate; it seems to taste different (in a bad way) than it did before.
However, these dessert pots really are tasty; first impressions were "Mmmmmmm". They do taste like Milky Bar chocolate to some extent, but not exactly, I suppose because they aren't actually chocolate. But they are beautiful in their own way. The packaging reads; "Smooth and Creamy White Chocolate Dessert", and this is a very accurate summary! Creamy and sweet with a very smooth texture indeed, no nasty powdery bits or anything, it is a quality product in my opinion.
They're ideal as a treat for after a meal for both adults and children; my 5 year old nephew loves these so I have to fight him for them!
My only criticism is that they just aren't big enough! With the lid easy to remove, it could all be over very quickly so I try and savour every spoonful. But to be honest, the tubs are a good size, and are actually quite big compared to other products on the market, and it's a good job they aren't bigger really, and that there aren't more than four in a pack, or else I'd just be eating far to much of the stuff! But like anything tasty, you soon reach the bottom of the pot wishing for more and scraping every last scrap from the tub.
Standard price for these tends to be about £1.99 when I'm dragging myself away from them in the supermarket (and sometimes find myself smiling at them as I pass them on the shelf), and so we don't have a lot of them, as they seem expensive considering you only get four. My mum usually gets them as a treat occasionally, which is probably a good thing! However, they can be bought for discounted prices of about £1.00 if you shop around, which is reasonable.
I highly recommend these, especially for white chocolate and Milky Bar lovers! It's like a little taste of Heaven! Sigh.
I couldn't help myself and even though I still felt full after eating a Rolo dessert as soon as I saw the Milky Bar ones in the fridge I had to have one.
All I need to say about the flavour of these is that they are just like melted down Milky Bars and are proper creamy and smooth. They taste a bit milky and like a very good quality white chocolate but because they are mainly for kids they are sweet and not as rich as another white chocolate mousse I had a few days ago.
They do taste quite sugary and are good when you've got a sweet tooth urge come on but not that good if you fancy chocolate because white chocolate never does it for me.
The texture of these is thicker than I thought it would be and very smooth. It's got a bit of a sticky consistency and I couldn't eat more than one pot because it gets proper sickly by the time you get to the end of the pot and they're only small.
I also think it tastes a bit greasy after a few spoons and I reckon it's that what makes it so sickly and not the sugar because even though it's sweet I don't think it's that sugary to make me feel sick.
I think these are nice for a change but are quite heavy once you've eaten it and there would have been no way I could eat anything else for ages. Mind you I did have a Rolo dessert not long before so it was probably me being so greedy that had me feeling a bit queasy afterwards.
I absolutely love white chocolate and always have ever since I was a child, and when it comes to yoghurts I only like the chocolate variety (I know they are more a dessert than a yoghurt) Nestle Milky Bar White Chocolate Dessert have got to be one of my favourites and my 3 year old son's too. I only really buy them for him as a treat, as if I allowed myself I would eat these all the time.
I think they are a little expensive as far as yoghurts go, in Tesco they sell them 99p for two but I recently saw them at Morrisons, four for £1.58, so I bought them but they won't last two minutes in our house.
If I was to try and describe the taste they are basically a milky bar in a pot, a smooth and creamy white chocolate dessert. It is like eating a pot of melted milky bar chocolate. I love milky bars and I know they are aimed at kids but they are so tasty. Why should only kids eat white chocolate?
The individual pots are creamy in colour and are covered in a cardboard wrapping, which provides you with all the nutrtional information. Each pot weighs 77g and contains 177 calories and 10.8g of fat. Not exactly a healthy option but fine for a treat and I don't think you would expect a chocolate desert to be healthy.
They always have a good best before date and need to be kept refridgerated. Nestle even gives you its address, phone number and email address on the pack in case you need to contact them, always helpful.
I really enjoy these desserts and think anyone who is a lover of milky bar chocolate will absolutely love them, go on treat yourself!