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Vegetarian yoghurt??

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Nah, Muller are pretty much the only ones that have gelatine in them. You can have the Activia and Onken yoghurts, the Shape 0% and the supermarket own brand versions of mullerlights. Just make sure you check the strawberry ones as these can sometimes have cochineal colouring in them.
 

LisaC

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I eat the shape fat free yogurts, they're lovely & quite creamy. I also like the big Onken pots of fat free yogurt, the strawberry one, like most strawberry yogurts, isn't veggie though x
 
#6
Ooh thanks everyone! Will try activa and shape 0% Have had onken strawberry :( but no more!
Feel like an idiot standing in supermarket reading the ingredients on everything! X
 
#7
I think that Shape Zero have rebranded and are now called Shape Delight. Most now have 1/2 a syn, apart from cherry flavour and strawberry flavour which are free.

I havent tried them yet (not since they were shape zero anyway) -they have some new dessert type flavours (apple crumble etc) which have got to be worth half a syn!
 
#8
I was going to get shape delights at morrisons today and did a quick search. They are 5 and a half syns!!!! These were choc , white choc or caramel. Bought activia instead so off to try one! X
 


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