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Newbie - best yogurt?

Discussion in 'Syn Values' started by alioreilly, 10 January 2011 Social URL.

  1. alioreilly

    alioreilly Full Member

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    Hi, I would really like to hear peoples suggestions for a suitable alternative to Muller light yogurts. They must be syn free please. Which are creamier or tastier than muller. Mullers are ok but I am sure there must be better tasting ones out there! Also is fromage frais a decent alternative and is it free.:confused:
     
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    Fat free activia ones are really nice - very creamy. Shape are supposed to be nice too but haven't tried them. Mullers are quite runny aren't they?
     
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    0% greek yoghurt is yummy if you add your own fruit.
     
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    They are quite runny! I want something that feels a little bit more of a dessert than runny fruit!!! If you know what I mean... Will poss try these activia or shape zero.

    Thanks to everyone who replies - I like and trust peoples opinions rather than what a tv advert says.
     
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    You will find a whole thread with a list of all the syn free yoghurts that are available

    I can't take Mullerlights because they are not veggie friend but like the activia fat free and onken fat free ones.
     
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    The activia ones are nice but have got added sugar in then the shape zero ones I think are better as no extra added sugar xx
     
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    I've been getting the WeightWatchers dessert recipe ones, which used to be free last time I did SW two years ago but worth checking before you get any as I don't have a food directory at the mo.
     
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    Blimey!

    Am I the only one left eating Mullerlights? Hopefully they'll drop in price again.
     
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    Muller light are not good!
    I second everyone else. Activia fat free are thick and creamy and yum!
    And shape zero are good too.

    I like tesco fat free large natural yogurt in a bowl with frozen berries and honey. Just syn the honey but that is such a nice desert!!!!
     
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    Shape Zero for me - veggie, thick, fruity, creamy, yummy!
     
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    Shape for me and they are on offer at Asda = two x 4 for £2
     
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    The Activia Fat Free vanilla yogurts are divine - I don't usually like vanilla flavoured things as they're just a bit bland, but the Activia are lovely. On offer at Asda at the moment I believe!!
     
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    Not all the activia ones are veggie either. I saw cochineal in some of them
     
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    Yep, kinda reminds me of when I was a kid and we all got grossed out and stopped eating red smarties because they said beetle blood made it red. Eww! xx
     
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    I LOVE the onken ff vanilla and stawberry. I tend to buy 2 big pots and decant into tuppers for school. :)
     
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    Another onken lover here!
     
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    Bit of a (sweeping) statement is that.

    So recommend me a new strawberry yoghurt to try- must be strawberry and free of course.

    Too many choices for me to randomly go through them all lol.
     
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    Onken strawberry FF!
     
  20. soon2bslimmer77

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    but ummm muller are so nice lol i have one with a scan bran in it i soften it in water firts then leave it in a yog all day and by unch time it is all soft and scrummy lol best in the toffee one of vanilla xx
     
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    I vote for Activia fat free yoghurts (although the peach one's are half a syn each) and the WW dessert recipe yoghurts are nice as a pud :p
     
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