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Nom Naturally Light yoghurts

Mummoth

Silver Member
#1
I was in Morrisons last night, hoping to stock up on Muller Lights. They had none left so I bought some Nom Naturally Light, Senga Strawberry ones. Completely fat free and only 71 calories for a huge pot (plus they were 4 for £1!). Got home & checked them on SW site:

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why? They're fat free, less calories than Mullers, so why do they have 2 syns? Grrrrr. Had to give them to the kids :mad:
 
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#3
yes these use sugar rather than sweetner so I'm happy to syn them rather than use too many sweetners
 
#5
very annoying as they are suitible for veggy's where as muller ones arnt ..i thought my luck was in on these.. but they do taste nice

Danone activia fat free in all but strawberry are ok for veggies
 

mojomcl

Silver Member
#7
Morrisons Eat Smart ones are veggie, but not all that great.
Unfortunately I'm yet to come accross a gelatine free yogurt that has the same texture as a MUller (If I remember Mullers correctly - it has been 19 years since I had one! lol)
 

Circes

Strutting her stuff
#10
Aah but what about all those yoghurts that are veggie friendly and don't have gelatine in them! There are veggie friendly alternatives but Muller chooses not to use them for some reason.
 


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