Ski Smooth Yogurt Reviews
Product Type: Nestle Dessert / Yoghurts
Description:Brand: Nestle / Type: Yoghurts
Newest Review: ... "Variety Fruit Selection" although I have not tried these for myself. The pots themselves are fairly attractive in ... more
by - written on 09/08/12 (Very useful, 127 readings)
~ SKI SMOOTH YOGURT ~ I have recently been enjoying some tubs of "Smooth (No Bits) Yogurt" from the well-known "Ski" range. The main reason for me purchasing these particular yogurts instead of my usual "Tesco" branded pots has been thanks to a current promotion running in my local Tesco Supermarket. The normal price for the pack of Ski Smooth (which contains four individual 120g pots) is £1.50, although this is currently half price in my local store. Looking online at the Tesco website (www.Tesco.com) I can see there is a different promotion running at present, allowing two packs of the yogurts to be purchased for ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/01/10 (Very useful, 64 readings)
Ski Smooth Yogurt Description: Manufacturer: Nestle / Type: Yogurt. I should probably start by explaining that we actually bought these yogurts by accident. Mr Siamese did the shopping and didn't realise that these were smooth yogurts. Normally, I like my yogurt to have big chunks of fruit through it, but in this case, I simply added some which was fine and they did make a nice base for granola and sliced apple! A pack of 4 of these yogurts cost me just £1 on special offer at my local supermarket. This pack contains two strawberry and two raspberry flavours. They are packaged in a cardboard wrapped which is a bright blue colour ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/10/09, updated on 08/05/10 (Very useful, 279 readings)
After my slightly less than satisfying encounter with the Yeo Valley yogurt last week I decided to move onto potentially safer ground when I went shopping at the weekend. "Ski" Yogurt was something that I had occasionally when I was growing up but I can't say that I particularly remember what it tasted like or even whether it had any bits in it or not. Spotting the "Ski Smooth" on the shelf I decided to give it a try. Packaging: The yogurt comes in a plastic pot which is predominantly blue. The pot is covered with the usual paper lid with the Ski logo on it. The pot lists the ingredients and nutritional information as well ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/10/10 (Very useful, 88 readings)
Ski yogurts are an old favourite, probably I think the first yogurt I ever tasted, which may have been as long ago as the late 60's. I loved its sharp smooth taste then, and still do today, when I have eaten probably every variety of yogurt under the sun. In fact in my humble opinion it can't be beaten. This is due partly to the texture, not too thick or thin, but lovely and smooth like the consistency of thick custard, and partly to the rather sharp but refreshing tastes which Ski yogurts have, whatever the flavour. Usually Ski yogurts don't have that annoying watery bit at the top which needs to be poured off. This particular pack of 6 Ski yogurts are ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/10/09, updated on 12/10/09 (Very useful, 142 readings)
Everyone loves a good bargain...well these little yoghurts are buy one get one free in Sainsburys as I type! They're Ski Smooth Yoghurts, and are delicious. Made by Nestle, they come in blue packs of four with two flavours - strawberry and raspberry sized in 120 gram pots. As the title states, they're smooth versions so contain no 'bits' in them, something that I'm a big fan of as I hate getting little hard bits of fruit stuck in my teeth which can happen with yoghurts with the 'bits' still in them. According to the packaging, "with all natural ingredients and years of experience in blending delicious fruit with creamy tasting yoghurt, Ski ... Read the complete review
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