Aldi Bio Yogurts

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  1. Annie68

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    Does anyone else eat the Aldi Bio yogurts with wholegrain?

    They're like Mullerlight's but have wholegrains in them so they fill you up for longer. I've been converted to them. I no longer buy Mullerlights LOL.

    Very tasty!!
     
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    Hi
    I will look out for them - as a vegetarian I can't have Muller lights.
    Thanks:)
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    I absolutely love them, they are soooo much nicer than Muller, in my opinion.
    My favourite flavour is Museli.

    Sam
    xxx
     
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    Ooooh i may go look in there :)
     
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    I love the museli one too.. really nice. I've got some blueberry ones in the fridge but not tried them yet. I can't bring myself to try the orange one LOL.. orange yogurt just doesn't sound appetising to me.

    Irene, they are suitable for vegetarians, I just went and read the info on the pot.
     
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    Hi
    Thanks for that.
    Ordinary mullers are vege friendly but not the light:(
    Irene
     
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    I get through at least 2 trays of the Aldi ones a week! lol
    I prefer the muesli one too. Can't have the orange as I'm allegic too them.
    They are deffo veggie, which is grand. There's a range of fat free yogurts up here in Scotland that are quite like the Mullerlights, from a company called 'Rowan Glen'. DOn't know if you get them down SOuth? They have a toffee one which can be used in place of MLs in loads of recipes.
     
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    I've not seen any Rowan Glen yogurts, but my MIL lives just outside of Edinburgh so I can grab a few next time we go to visit :) mmm toffee yogurt
     
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    so are these aldi yogs free then? thanks xxx
     
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    Yep, they're free. I think you get a bit more in the pot than the muller ones.

    They're 29p each at the moment but a couple of weeks ago they were 19p each
     
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    wow thanks for that tip! going to try them when ive run out of this lot of mullerlights ive got xxx
     
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    I love Aldis bio with wholegrains, i make porridge with half the milk stated and make up the rest with water, when it's cooked i add the museli one, it makes i so creamy. Lovely. xxx
     
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    i forgot to go look n get sum! balls!
     
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    I love the Aldi optifit yoghurts. One of my faves.

    Quite surprised they are free as they are quite high calorie. About 150 a pot.

    Yummy though, especially the wholegrain ones.
     
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    i have just got sum of hese they've gone up to 45p each tho!
    i must say they're much nicer than mullerlights bit pricey tho xxx
     
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    45p is the normal price....still cheaper than Mullers though which are 54p.
    I only buy them when they are on offer.
     
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    I thought they were 95 cals a pot? Or did I read that wrong? I got some this week, the ordinary Optifit cereals one. I think it was 99p for 4 pots.
     
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    i read they were 29p and were 19p on offer, thats why when they were 45p i was shocked xxx
     
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    I think they were alot cheaper when I first started buying them but they went up considerably some time ago...
     
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    Thanks Sam,
    I just went and got sum more earlier 12 of them that should last me a while!
    Do you have any other syn free reccomendations?xxx
     
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