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Such a daft question re yogurts...

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  1. Chicaloca

    Chicaloca Silver Member

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    So, I tired one of the muller low fat greek yoghurt corners the other day (4sysn).
    I didnt like the summer fruit corner, but I LOVED the plain yoghurt! Is that just plain, low fat greek yoghurt or have they out something to it to make it taste so yummy, like sweetener or something? If I buy a tub of low fat greek yog will it taste the same?

    Feeling a bit 'special' even asking :wave_cry:
     
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    I find in the corners its sweeter than normal greek yoghurt. I think they do add a swetner, whether it be sugar or something else.

    Why not try one wee tub in your shopping, and add a bit of sweetner to it. Asda no fat greek yoghurt is 50p for a pot.

    Don't feel "special" for asking, to be honest its the only reason my hubby even tried plain yoghurt in the first place :)
     
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    Okey dokes! Thanks :D
     
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    If they have added anything to the yogurt it will say so on the tub.
     
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    The only low fat greek yogurt in the UK is Total 0%, all the others are greek 'style' yogurt, and imho not as nice, texture wise.

    I had to chuckle at you 'feeling special' btw! lol
     
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    Are the greek mullerlights syn free though?
     
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    No approx 4 syns each in the Muller versions.
     
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    I think there is something added, I had one and it is realllllly yum, even on its own. I have tried the total 0% and thats definatly not as yummy on its own, but maybe you could add sweetner.
     
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    Total 0% is yummy!!!! (and if I believe syn free too)
     
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    Total 0% is yummy if you stir on some sweetener and an options hot chocolate sachet - like chocolate mousse but more filling.
     
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    I'm going to attempt this with a white choc options and some raspberries for my supper later. Will report back!!
     
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    The above statement did not occur because DH didn't get the right sort of yogurt. So I had to make it with Quark, which made a combination that was a bit like cheesecake topping. All it needed was a biscuit base. Which due to high syns, it wasn't going to get.
     
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