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What do you flavour your plain yoghurt with?

#1
I have been making my own plain yoghurt in the slow cooker which is lovely ( http://www.minimins.com/dukan-recipes/233104-easy-homemade-yoghurt-slow-cooker.html ) but was wondering what Dukan friendly things I could flavour it with.

I use vanilla, lemon essence and jelly powder but would be interested what others use to flavour theirs.

I have read that some use Angel Delight and such like and was wondering if any of the dessert powders at Approved Foods would be any good.

DESSERTS | Approved Food

They have 2 catering sized tins of Birds Mousse for £3 which would be great if you could add them to your yoghurt.

By the way, I am not connected to AF, just thinking of putting an order in at the minute.

Ta!
 
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#4
Has anyone used Swedish Connections for food flavourings?

www.swedishconnections.co.uk

They are only 55p each and it is free delivery for less than 3 bottles by the look of it, plus I can use the dregs in my Paypal account to pay for it.

:D

Can anyone tell me what the condensed milk flavour tastes like as I have never tried it.

Ta.

;)
 
#6
Don'tWantToBeFatAnd50! said:
Has anyone used Swedish Connections for food flavourings?

www.swedishconnections.co.uk

They are only 55p each and it is free delivery for less than 3 bottles by the look of it, plus I can use the dregs in my Paypal account to pay for it.

:D

Can anyone tell me what the condensed milk flavour tastes like as I have never tried it.

Ta.

;)
I've bought quite a few from there. In all honesty, I was completely underwhelmed by the condensed milk flavour. I LOVE condensed milk and really don't rate this flavouring. My sister, on the other hand, really likes it.
I got the coconut (my favourite), mango (nice), pineapple (not feeling that one) and condensed milk (hmmmm...).
I also have (not from there) caramel (lovely), lemon and orange (yum), vanilla (nice), raspberry and strawberry (slightly sickly), almond (not tried it yet).
At 55p a bottle you can't go far wrong though.

 
#7
I've bought quite a few from there. In all honesty, I was completely underwhelmed by the condensed milk flavour. I LOVE condensed milk and really don't rate this flavouring. My sister, on the other hand, really likes it.
I got the coconut (my favourite), mango (nice), pineapple (not feeling that one) and condensed milk (hmmmm...).
I also have (not from there) caramel (lovely), lemon and orange (yum), vanilla (nice), raspberry and strawberry (slightly sickly), almond (not tried it yet).
At 55p a bottle you can't go far wrong though.

Thanks Locket.

Where did you buy the other ones from that you have?

Ta.
 
#8
Don'tWantToBeFatAnd50! said:
Thanks Locket.

Where did you buy the other ones from that you have?

Ta.
I got the rest, bar the caramel flavouring from Sainsbury's. Be warned, however, the lemon and orange ones contain oil. I only use these when I REALLY need something different in my yogurts, certainly not everyday and, a max of 0.3ml a day. The caramel flavouring, my sister was kind enough to send me a bottle that she found in a South African shop in Wimbledon.
Nice, unusual flavourings really aren't difficult to find, just keep a look out, especially at some of the ethnic shops.

 
#9
I've just placed an order for rose, banana, cherry and coconut using paypal funds. Thanks Don'tWantToBe and Locket!

PS. I wonder what cola flavour yoghurt would be like :D
 
#10
Nothing ventured, nothing gained. I've ordered Rose, Butterscotch, strawberry and peppermint. :)
 
#11
I got the rest, bar the caramel flavouring from Sainsbury's. Be warned, however, the lemon and orange ones contain oil. I only use these when I REALLY need something different in my yogurts, certainly not everyday and, a max of 0.3ml a day. The caramel flavouring, my sister was kind enough to send me a bottle that she found in a South African shop in Wimbledon.
Nice, unusual flavourings really aren't difficult to find, just keep a look out, especially at some of the ethnic shops.

I wonder if the chinese supermarkets sell them.

We have two chinese and and asian supermarket within a couple of miles, I think I will pop in tomorrow after the school run.

I will def look out for a caramel one, that sounds nice.

;)
 
#12
I've just placed an order for rose, banana, cherry and coconut using paypal funds. Thanks Don'tWantToBe and Locket!

PS. I wonder what cola flavour yoghurt would be like :D
I may order the cherry and banana ones next.

I wonder how long they take to deliver.

Can't wait to try them now, especially in muffins.

:D

I have tried the almond flavouring that I bought in dukan muffins and they were really nice, reminded me of bakewell tart.
 
#14
I may order the cherry and banana ones next.

I wonder how long they take to deliver.

Can't wait to try them now, especially in muffins.

:D

I have tried the almond flavouring that I bought in dukan muffins and they were really nice, reminded me of bakewell tart.
They are probably wondering why they have had a sudden influx of orders :D


Oooh cherry and almond mixed could be nice to make "bakewell tart" :)
 
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Don'tWantToBeFatAnd50! said:
I wonder if the chinese supermarkets sell them.
It's worth a look. I'm pretty sure you'll find something interesting at the Asian supermarket. I've heard pistachio is pretty good, I wouldn't be surprised if u found that there. I'm pretty sure you'll find mango and the like.

 
#18
I have a cupboard full of different flavourings. The rose is lovely and I mix it into my yogurt with some cocoa to make turkish delight flavour. The pitaschio is very good too, but I really love the passionfruit one. I got mine on ebay - more expensive than swedish connections, but they stock the passionfruit. I have also got banana, and lemon ( from M and s, it was pricey but is so concentrated and the taste is marvellous). Also use the proper vanilla extract, and love the coconut.

Tessa
 
#19
What are you going to put the Rose one in Dub?
Somebody mentioned Turkish Delight the other day and it got me thinking! :D
I'll try it in a yoghurt or perhaps even in a mixture of half strawberry/half gelatine for a jelly. I may have to buy a Fry's TD for research purposes. :rolleyes:

And there you go! Thanks, Tessa - it must have been your post I saw. :)
 


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