Mc Vitie's Go Ahead Raspberry Yogurt Breaks Reviews
Product Type: McVitie's Snacks
Description:Brand: Mc Vitie's / Type: Biscuits
Newest Review: ... is sultana and raspberry flavoured filling. It sounds really delicious, and calorie wise it's not bad at all! Inside a box ... more
by - written on 18/05/10 (Very useful, 49 readings)
I'm one of those people constantly searching for something new and healthy to calm my chocolate addiction, well, last week, desperation led me to purchasing McVities Go Ahead Yogurt Breaks (This, for me, was a last straw - I hate yogurt!) I went for Raspberry, although they also do Strawberry, Blueberry, Topical, Plain and Forest Fruits in the Yogurt Breaks range, because I really do enjoy raspberries - plus, they are a superfood! The box promised good things, boasting only 72kcal and 1.8f of fat per slice with no artificial colours or flavours, which sounded a promising alternative to my usual biscuits. The box, at around £2.25, contains 6 packs of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/04/10 (Very useful, 64 readings)
In an attempt to try and be healthier I've decided to stop having biscuits with my morning brew. I've started to buy more cereal / snack bars as I like to graze throughout the day so need something to keep me going until lunch. Go Ahead are made by McVities and a quick look at their website (www.goahead.co.uk) tells me that they have been around since 1996 and are the UKs number 1 low fat biscuit brand. The yoghurt breaks were added to the line a few of years ago and the Go Ahead have recently added a new range of oat squares to their collection. The website also has a 30pence of coupon to download and print. I spotted these Go Ahead bars in Asda ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/04/10 (Very useful, 32 readings)
I absolutely love the Go-ahead bars and snacks as they are great for when you are dieting and need a nibble, as dieting is so so boring and you do get hungry between the small portions of meals you have, or the slimfast shakes don't quite last the hunger test from one meal to another, so at times like these i like to have something to fall back on. Something which will keep me out of the buscuit or cake tin and this is the McVitie's Go ahead Yogurt Breaks I love them. McVitie's Go ahead Yogurt Breaks are easy to find ont he supermarket shelves, they come in a carboard box with the Go-ahead logo on it and a picture of the yogurt bars on the front, You get six ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/04/10 (Very useful, 25 readings)
I first tried these Mcvitie's Go Ahead Yogurt Breaks when they were on offer in Asda 2 for £2. They are usually about £2.25 a box so when they are on offer it is a bargain! However yesterday, whilst shopping in my local b & m store i spotted them in there for £1 a box! Go Ahead yogurt breaks are just like a garibaldy. They are a light crispy biscuit, which has a thin layer of yogurt topping. Inside the yogurt break is a sultana and raspberry flavoured filling. These Go Ahead Yogurt Break Bars come in a box of 6 packs, and there are 2 yogurt breaks in each pack. The box is a bright green colour, a little different from the one shown in the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/09/09 (Very useful, 68 readings)
As someone who is always on the lookout for something a bit different and a little less fattening that deadly stuff....chocolate, I was immediately interested in these when I spotted them on my weekly shopping trip. The product I will now review is - "Go ahead raspberry yoghurt breaks" There are six, 2 biscuit packs in a box, with the box bearing all the relevant information, this being brand name, product name, contents and flavours. These are branded as being a "healthier option" product, so this of course all the nutritional information on the box, as well as each individual packet. The packs themselves are ... Read the complete review
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