Petit Filous Fruit Layers Reviews
Product Type: Petit Filous Dessert / Yoghurts
Description:Brand: Petit Filous / Type: Yoghurts
Newest Review: ... are strawberry, raspberry and peach (my daughter's favourite) and the pureed fruit is covered with fromage frais yogurt. The ... more
by - written on 06/06/10, updated on 06/06/10 (Very useful, 75 readings)
Despite eating everything as a baby, my five year old daughter, since developing a mind of her own from about the age of two, will no longer touch fruit or drink fruit smoothies and these yogurts layered with fruit puree are the only ones she will deign to eat! Although not the same as fresh fruit, the 5% concentrated fruit puree that sits colourfully at the base of these yogurts does make me feel a tad better although I am well aware that this in no way contributes to her five a day but luckily she will eat veg if mashed up! A pack of 6 55g pots will set you back £1.50 at Tesco but these always seem to be on offer, usually a buy one get one free or sometimes ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/01/10 (Very useful, 26 readings)
I remember having these yummy yoghurts when I was a little girl, so when I had to look after my 5 year old cousin for a week over Christmas I thought that these would be suitable for a snack. I was surprised that she hadn't had one of these before - or so she says, but how much does she really know about what she has had?! She absoultely loved them and so I keep some in the fridge now when she comes round after school. The yoghurts claim to be be free of artificial colours, sweetners and preservatives and so I thought they sounded like they would be suitable for a little girl, along with their "Goodness Guarantee" which is their slogan. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/06/09 (Very useful, 25 readings)
I usually buy Petits Filous Fromage Frais for my 12 month old baby boy and have been for the past 6 months. He simply loves them as he is teething and finds the coolness of the yoghurt soothing for his sore little gums. I am a big fan of these little yoghurts as well as the Petits Filous Little Desserts and so was quite keen on sampling the Petits Filous Fruit Layers when it came out. I have to say, I was suitably impressed, as the syrupy, fruity layer is more distinctive compared to the smooth creaminess of the yoghurt and one spoonful into my little sweety's mouth and he instantly approved the complementary flavours that were dancing on his tongue and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/12/09 (Very useful, 18 readings)
I aways have a pack of these yoghurts in the fridge ( a couple if they are on special offer!) They make ideal additions to the childrens school lunchboxes, and great way to introduce babies to food, at breakfast time, or a snack or dessert. They consist of a top layer of fromage frais and a bottom layer of fruit puree. In each 6 multipack you get 2 x Peach, 2 x Raspberry and 2 x Strawberry and they weigh 60g each. Asda sells these for £1.56 for 6, but currently have an offer on where you can buy 3 packs for £3, saving £1.68. I really do think that when they are not on offer, they are quite expensive as you can buy 6 pots the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/01/10 (Very useful, 35 readings)
As a father of now two boys I've found that when they hit weaning and you actually have to buy food for them then you tend to choose food which you like regardless of the taste buds of your little guys. So onto Petit filous fruit layers, hmmm bad for you oh yes definitely not for those on a post christmas diet, they are high in sugar and calories but the taste oh yes yum yum yum. Petot filous come on little pots which have been designed to feed your growing child and give them the required vitamins and calcium for growing bones. The fruit is sweet, but not slimy so kids love it and the yoghurt itself is creamy and thick, basically they are the nicest yoghurts ... Read the complete review
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