Tesco Value Low Fat Natural Yoghurt Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Dessert / Yoghurts
Newest Review: ... chopped banana or apple with a drizzle of honey) and adding to smoothies (when there isn't much interesting fruit in season I ... more
by - written on 21/06/12 (Useful, 44 readings)
Packaging This has basic packaging, a thin pot (cream coloured with little logos) with a plastic lid that peels off. It hasn't got a clear plastic top for re-sealing it like the more expensive ones but I just pour mine into an air tight box once it's open. (Tubs this size make good plant pots for seedlings if you poke a couple of holes in the bottom). Product This is plain, no-frills yogurt but is actually much nicer than I expected it to be. It's a good consistency, nice and thick, not runny. It tastes nice and is fairly creamy and very low fat. I use it often for cooking with in curries, mixing with fruit for breakfast (blueberries, ... Read the complete review
by daisylee3 - written on 11/03/12
I'm quite a faddy eater and I make a very concious effort to eat as healthily as possible. This is for many reasons, but mainly because I want to look and feel good, and diet plays a huge part in both of those aspects. I usually have egg on toast or perhaps a bowl of porridge for my breakfast, however I recently bought a smoothie maker, intending to make a smoothie full of nutrients for my breakfast everyday, and so decided to stock up on bits and bobs to go into the smoothies, one of which been Tesco's own value brand of low fat natural yoghurt. I'm not really a yoghurt fan, but because I planned on making it into a smoothie this wasn't an issue as I figuered the taste . Read the complete review
by - written on 21/02/12, updated on 14/03/12 (Very useful, 49 readings)
---Why I Buy This--- I have been tryig to eat healthier for a while now and trying to incorporate more yoghurt iinto my snacks. I was buying more expensive ones from Tesco and also have an Easiyo machine but as all that was working out quite expensive I decided to give this cheap version a try. ---The Product--- As will all Tesco Value products this comes in a basic thin white plastic pot. Classed as 'low fat natural yoghurt'. 500 grams. It used British milk and one fifth of a pot contains 65 calories. The yoghurt is suitable for vegetarians and is produced in the U.K. Allergy advice is that it ... Read the complete review
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