Yoplait Perle De Lait Coconut Reviews
Newest Review: ... not over powering and is a very gentle flavour with a small amount of dessicated coconut in the yoghurt. It comes in pots of ... more
by - written on 27/07/11 (Very useful, 384 readings)
When it comes to yoghurt, mousses and other little pots of yummy desserts I try to be fairly sensible and purchase lower fat varieties. However sometimes I like to push the boat out and get something a bit more decadent especially if I want to treat myself. . When I am in the mood for treating myself one product I have bought a fair few times is Yoplait Perle De Lait Coconut. I SHOULD COCO Made in France by Yoplait Perle De Lait is their range of luxury premium yoghurt's. They come in packs of four 125 ml pots and are available in a rang of flavours including toffee, mango and passion fruit, strawberry and lemon. I have not seen all the flavours in the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/05/10, updated on 31/05/10 (Very useful, 375 readings)
After seeing the television commercial advertising these new dairy desserts or yoghurts I was keen to try them. Produced by the firm Yoplait, who you might know from their gooey milkshakes and kid-friendly petit fillous desserts, these puddings in a pot come in three varieties: plain, lemon and coconut. I first of all managed to get my hands on the lemon variety despite the fact they are nearly always sold out in my neck of the woods! After falling in love with them I then bought some of these, the coconut flavour. The product name 'Perle De Lait' is a French term and in fact these desserts are made in France for the Yoplait UK Ltd company. I love the fact ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/03/10 (Very useful, 3922 readings)
A recent television advert which caught my attention prompted me to search out a new variety of yogurt dessert made by Yoplait called Perle De Lait. The problem was mainly one of availability, because several supermarkets local to me did not have the shelf space to stock the product, and so I decided to venture into the large Sainsbury's superstore we have near to my house, as I knew it was most likely to be there. It was, as I expected, freely available, and so for £1.99 I purchased four of the yoghurt desserts as to date these are not available singly. There was a choice of three variants, natural, lemon and coconut, and it was the latter I was drawn to as ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/11/10 (Useful, 231 readings)
You will be coming back for more ! As one of us who don't eat much yogurt I was tempted to try this as I am a lover of coconut. They were also selling at £1 for a multipack of four, so I bought some. They are overwhelmingly good. Not too acidic or sweet, a strong but not overwhelming taste of coconut, I was transported to tropical shores... The pots are just a good size, I could have eaten more, but at 150 calories a pop, and nearly 10% fat it's just as well. The yogurt is very smooth and creamy, with a good suspension of very small coconut pieces suspended throughout. I would have preferred slightly chunkier pieces of coconut, but that's a personal ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/11/11 (Useful, 295 readings)
I only recently came across perle de lait. I love coconut yoghurt and this one certainly didn't dissapoint. I usually choose one lower in fat/calories but this one isn't too bad. It is very smooth and thick, and unlike other coconut yoghurts out there its not over powering and is a very gentle flavour with a small amount of dessicated coconut in the yoghurt. It comes in pots of 4 (125g each) which are of good size and cost around £1.97 but have recently been on offer for £1 in sainsburys which is good value. A lot of people see this as a dessert, i see it as a yoghurt, but it is thicker than normal yoghurt, so it's up to you what you call it. You ... Read the complete review
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