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Freezing yoghurts

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  1. Kim&Leah

    Kim&Leah Silver Member

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    What do you think would happen if i put a muller light yoghurt in the freezer lol........ i really fancy ice cream :confused::confused:
     
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    hennyhamster Silver Member

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    They're lovely, I don't let it totally freeze tho else it's impossble to get out of the pot! just a couple of hours cos i let mine freeze for too long then stuck it in the fridge and it turned to liquid! lol
     
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    mmmmmm...
    Proffesor ALICE here LOL!!!
    I did this -
    I froze a mullerlight for 1 day and the next it was fine
    Then I bought shed loads -cos they was on offer and we live far away from shops , so I thought I would stock up.
    This is the result for the test-
    CRAP .........LOL
    they dont defrost well they seperate and curdle and unless you wanna eat them like ice cream I wouldn't bother .
    I threw all mine in the bin YUK !!
     
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