can you freeze the activia fat free yoghurts?

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  1. dirtydancing

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    to make a lovely dessert. was wondering if anyone has done this and how it turned out.

    thanks in advance
     
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    Probably in the same way that you freeze a mullerlight - I wouldnt leave it in for too long though as they form ice crystals
     
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    thanks for the great tip.
     
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    I have tried it but find they do go a little "crystall-y", I've often blended them after this which tends to work but it is an alarming amount of washing up to eat a yoghurt!
     
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