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Shape Delights Rhubarb Crumble

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Brand: Danone / Type: Yoghurts

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      27.02.2012 18:49
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      a fat free yoghurt that doesn't scrimp on taste

      I have yoghurts with my lunch every day so I can get a bit bored if I have the same ones over and over so I like to mix it up a bit. I spotted these shape delight yogurts in tescos and I thought I'd give them a go. The yoghurts are made by danone and come in a pack of 4, 2 are apple crumble flavour and 2 are rhubarb crumble flavour. The yogurts come attached to each other and are encased in a a cardboard sleeve. The cardboard sleeve is very eye catching and I was drawn towards it immediately. It is a pinky colour and says shape delights in large letters on the top and one one side, there are also pictures of apples, rhubarb and some crumbly stuff. The reason I went for these yoghurts is that they are 0% fat, this is also stated in bold print on the front of the packet. The blurb on the front of the packet claims that the yoghurts are thick and creamy with fruit and crumble flavour, this sounded lovely to me and along with them being fat free so I bought a packet. The price currently in tescos is £1 (normal price is £1.50) I felt that was a good deal for some brand named yoghurts. The yoghurts contain 85 calories (apple crumble) and 84 calories (rhubarb crumble) per 120g pot which is very reasonable, they are also suitable for vegetarians. The yoghurt pots themselves are styled in a similar way to the cardboard sleeve. They are a pinky colour and have shape delights and a big 0% written on them. They also have a picture of either apple or rhubarb and some crumbly stuff as well as stating what flavour they are. The consistency of the yoghurt is nice and thick, as I would hope from the description. The taste is lovely and creamy with a nice flavour of rhubarb or apple crumble, there are also bits of apple or rhubarb through the yoghurt. There are no hard crumbly bits, which might have been nice, but there is a crumbly flavour. These taste much better then I would have expected, as some low fat yoghurts can be a bit watery and not good at all, I was pleasantly surprised. I have to say these have become one of my favourite types of yoghurt and I will buy them often, I have recently branched out to other flavours but my favourite will always be the apple and rhubarb crumble ones (cant decide which i prefer between these 2!). So If you fancy a bit of a change from your usual yoghurt then I would give these a go :)

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