“ Brand: Nom Dairy / Type: Yoghurts „
As someone who likes Muller Corner and also likes trying new things I decided to try these Nom Yoghurts when I saw them on offer in my Local Morrisons store. I had not seen these yoghurts before but as they were on a buy one get one free offer for £2 and similar to Muller Corner I decided to take advantage of the offer and pick up two packs, each containing four yoghurts. When picking these up I saw thinking to myself that I may decide to buy these again if they attracted my tastebuds. The Nom Dairy is in Shropshire and has been making dairy products since 1900.
Just like Muller Corner, there are several flavours of these Nom Yoghurts. All containing the creamy yoghurt on one side they have Senga Strawberry, Belgian Choc Chip Granola, Alphonso Mango and Passion Fruit and also Morello Cherry. I have tried the Strawberry and also the Belgian Choc Chip Granola and these are two very nice flavours which work well with the creamy yoghurt just like the Muller Corner of course. For me they don't have as good a taste as their Muller counterparts but the taste they do have is very nice.
You can find these yoghurts near where you will find the Muller Corners and when it's on offer you will see it in the offer sections which are usually by the side of aisles in the supermarket. You can find these in most Supermarkets and they will be a little cheaper than other more well known rivals and not just Muller Corners. Buy one get one free at the moment in Morrisons so give them a go.
I would recommend these to anyone who likes Muller Corner and is looking for something subtly different. These will never be as big as Muller Corner's but they are a great option for anyone looking for a decent bargain on an alternative. The different range of flavours will also attract some Muller Corner fans looking for something a little different. Overall a very decent yoghurt which is also a low fat option although that doesnt give you the green light to have a few of them at a time.
What more can I say?.... well a few things actually.
My new number one favourite yoghurt at the moment has got to be the Naturally Creamy Split Pot yoghurts from Nom.
The yoghurts come in a pack of 4. (I'm not sure if you can buy them separately yet)
These yoghurts are currently on offer at Morrisons. A pack of 4 (all of the same flavour) costs 90p and are also on a Buy 1 Get 1 Free, so paying less than £1 for 8 yoghurts I thought was really good value for money.
The yoghurts come in 3 fruit flavours, Senga Strawberry, Alphonso Mango & Passion Fruit and Morello Cherry.
Each yoghurt comes in a 175g tub which is the ideal size for lunchtime snack or as a quick breakfast substitute
The tubs are split similar to Muller Fruit Corners with approximately 2/3 of the tub taken up with the deliciously creamy natural yoghurt and the remaining 1/3 containing a scrumptious, syrupy fruit compote.
These are also suitable for vegetarians
The yoghurt itself is lovely and tasty with a creamy texture which I would be more than happy to have on its own however with the addition of a swirl of the deep red strawberry compote, it really is a marriage made in heaven.
All the Nom yoghurts are produced from 100% natural ingredients in their Shropshire Dairy.
Typical values per 100g
of which sugars 14.7g
of which saturated 2.4g
I would highly recommend these yoghurts to anyone.
Why did I buy this product?
If I am honest I bought this product as it caught my eye and reminded me that I had to buy some yoghurt.
Where can I buy it from and how much for?
You can buy from your local supermarket. I bought mine from Farmfoods for 29p.
When I was walking past the small freezer isle I noticed this eye catching yoghurt. It comes in a pack of four and was only 25p. That is like 6p per yoghurt. I think you would agree definitely amazing value for money. I thought even if they do not taste nice it will only be a small amount of money wasted.
In the pack you get two flavours of strawberry and raspberry. I have listed below the nutritional information below. The reason that there are two lots of information is because there is a small difference in nutrition in both yoghurts.
Typical values per 100g:
Of which contains sugars 13.5g
Of which contains saturates 1.5g
Of which contains sugars 13.4g
Of which contains saturates 1.5g
The naturally good recipes are deliciously simple combination of carefully selected natural ingredients, including milk, fruit and probiotic yoghurt cultures. So when eaten as part of a healthy balanced diet and lifestyle, they are a great tasting and keep your stomach fuller for that bit longer.
The company has been making yoghurts and drinks for 100 years and have just opened a brand new dairy in Shropshsire. They are dedicated to making high quality, great tasting products from natural ingredients.
This product contains milk and it also suitable for vegetarians.
I would recommend this yummy yoghurt to everyone that has not got a milk allergy. They taste so nice and not artificial like most yoghurt. Especially for 25p for 4 x 125g it is a bargain. I am going back tomorrow to get more as me and the children have eaten them all already lol.
I would rate this product 10/10.
Hope this review was of some use to you. Thank you for taking the time to read it.
I have only just discovered Nom Diary - Naturally Creamy yoghurt at Iceland and I believe they are great value for money. Iceland in doing a 4 pack for 1 pound, that's 25p a pot!! As far as yoghurt is concerned it taste pretty good when you've added either the fruit compote or the granola.
Naturally Creamy is a range of unique split pot yogurts made with 100% natural ingredients. They also have a Naturally Good range, which is a multipack of family-friendly yogurts available in a variety of deliciously smooth (with no pips, pieces or bits) and tempting fruit layered varieties.
The yoghurt is made from British milk and takes up the larger portion of the packet, while the smaller portion holds the selected fruits or cereals. Naturally creamy is available in three fruit flavours 175g packets; Senga Strawberry, Alphonso Mango & Passionfruit and Morello Cherry; and two 150g crunchy oat granola varieties - Granola, and Granola & Belgian Choc Chip.
This is a great breakfast on the go or you can have the fruit selections as a healthy after meal dessert.
Nom Dairy products were a new one on me until they turned up in their droves in the chiller in our local discount frozen food store.
I bought a pack of four Naturally Good fruit yoghurt's, two raspberry and two strawberry and a couple of the Nom Naturally creamy split pot yoghurt's.
Then by reading the information that was on the packaging I found out that Nom Dairies were in Shropshire. Nom Dairies aim to provide us with good quality yoghurt that is made from only natural ingredients.
The Nom creamy yoghurt split pots are exactly what you would imagine, the pot has two compartments, one is filled with the creamy yoghurt and the other holds the fruit or fibre. So in fact we are talking in terms of a Muller `lookalike`.
The plastic seal is easy to pull back and once removed the contents of the split pots are on display.
Both of my Nom naturally creamy split pot yoghurt's were the plain granola version and they very much reminded me of the Muller Healthy Balance yoghurt's that I had only recently reviewed.
The pale creamy yoghurt is fairly thick and it looks adequate and in the other side of the pot there is a mixture of oat flakes, honey, syrup, granola, barley, malt, crisped rice, sugar, wheat flakes and natural flavourings.
It seems that three quarters of the entire split pot comprises of yoghurt and the remaining quarter is the granola mixture.
There are 150 grams in the Nom naturally split pot yoghurt and 100g provides you with 161 calories, so it seems that the calorific value of these split pot yoghurt's are about the same as the Muller Healthy Balance.
The granola mixture looks plain and simple yet it contains quite a variety.
Experience has taught me that it is easier to soak the granola mixture in the creamy yoghurt for a minute or so before starting to eat it, the moist yoghurt soaks into the crisp granola and makes it easier to chew.
The thick yoghurt was easy to spoon up and the granola mix was surprisingly sweet and I enjoyed that sweetness.
But it seems that the 150 g pot contains just about 21g of sugar which seems to be a fair amount for such a small pot.
The seedy granola mixture goes well with the plain creamy yoghurt and the whole dessert is pleasant and I prefer it to the Muller variety.
It seems that Nom Dairies have produced the split pots in five varieties and there is an Alponso Mango, a Morello Cherry, a Senga Strawberry and a Granola Chocolate chip.
Both of the granola pots weigh in at 150g but the luxurious fruity flavours weigh 175g.
It is good to know that Nom Dairies are producing yoghurt using British milk and by all accounts this yoghurt was launched earlier in the year in Morrison's.
I like yoghurt full stop, it is a quick and easy snack or dessert and the Nom Granola split pots would make an ideal breakfast too.
I know this review is all about the split pots but I also bought a four pack of the Naturally Good yoghurt's too. The Nom Naturally good yoghurt's taste really sweet and very very fruity, the yoghurt is totally smooth and it slides down very easily, but I found that the yoghurt was a bit too thin and I had a job to spoon it out of the tub. If the Nom Naturally fruit yoghurt was a bit thicker it would be perfect.
I will be going to Morrison's soon and I am going to have a look for the fruity split pots, I really fancy trying the Morello cherry flavour.
I bought the products at a discount price so I will be interested to see what the RRP really is.