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Best fat-free yoghurt for savoury and sweet?


Hello everyone!

I'm looking for a bit of guidance on the best fat-free yoghurt to use for savoury and sweet Slimming World dishes? I have been using Total 0% Greek yoghurt for everything (from fajitas to eton mess), tasted okay, but it can be a little sour at times. Also, it's no good for stirring into hot dishes, such as curry, even when they have been taken off the heat, tastes okay but looks yuk! :yuk:

Tried SW barbecue sauce yesterday, very good - am going to have leftover sauce with Quorn sausages and rice for lunch tomorrow. Today, I'm trying their roast chicken stuffed with herbs, onion, garlic and lemon - it's in the oven at the moment, smells promising!
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Strutting her stuff
I like the Easiyo fat free greek and natural yoghurts. If you find them too tart you can just let them 'cook' a bit longer as the longer you leave them the more mellow they become
Thanks for the tips, I'll try both! Roast chicken was very good, hubby hardly realises I'm on a diet (although he had "proper" gravy made with the chicken juices, and I had chicken Bovril).

Finished off with SW Eton Mess (Total 0% mixed with sweetener, meringues with sweetener and strawberries, which are so good at the moment).

Quite pleased with myself this weekend, have managed to cut down on the wine and have planned meals so am not tempted to rush out and get a takeaway.


Strutting her stuff
It sounds like you are doing great! No reason why anyone should guess you are on a diet - SW meals are just normal and good for anyone.
Hi Lottie Lulu, chocolate pud sounds delicious, might try it mixed with fruit, and just two syns!

I bought Onken fat free today and have just had it with fresh pineapple, and really enjoyed it, so thanks Cupofteapet.

Circes, couldn't find Easiyo, where can you get it from?

Have a good week everyone! xx

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