Yoghurt Alternatives to Muller Lights Please

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  1. Wish

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    Hi all

    Can anyone help with the yog situation, I am not that keen on ML as they are too sweet for me and the pot too large and its getting expensive too.

    What other yoghurts are counted as Free?

    Thanks
     
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  3. Gettingthinnerbytheday

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    There is a long list on another thread - if you do a search using the search thingy at the top you should find it :)

    I love the ww dessert ones though - they are really yummy, even better when on offer!!
     
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    majority of fat free ones are free

    shape zero are free
    Weight watchers are free (except dessert ones)

    carla
     
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    I checked on line - the WW dessert ones are free, better had be anyway as thats what I eat!!
     
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    I really really like the Yeo Valley fat free vanilla one. It's not free, it's 1 syn for 100g but it is so nice and doesn't taste "artificial".
    I also like the activia FF yogs but only buy them when on bogof!
     
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    I love shape fuller for longer ones- very thick and creamy (and free)
    They are on offer at Tesco at the mo- 4 for £1

    xxx
     
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    I was seduced by a new Pearl Du Lait at the weekend.... I ate it and loved it....then discovered it was 9 syns!!!!! :( sob sob sob
     
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    I love yogurt, glad to have found this thread.

    That Perle du lait advert is SO annoying!
     
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    Even more bloody annoying now i know their evil!
    ( very very tasty though)
     
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    I like Activia Fat Free yogurts - they are always on some kind of offer somewhere.I only buy Mullerlights if I am using them in a SW recipe or making yogurty jelly.I also buy Total 2% (half a syn for a pot, but I like it much better than the 0%) and add my own flavourings, sweetener, fruit, etc.
     
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    Mullers are too expensive! I usually eat about 3 yoghurts a day so can't afford to eat them lol I get the shape fuller for longer yoghurts, they were on offer at Morrisons last night 68p for 4, if I remember correctly - same with the WW ones altho I only know that the dessert ones are free, not sure about the others. Onken Strawberry fat free is free too and really tasty :) I usually chop fruit up and mix it through the tub, it's so yum :)
     
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    68p for 4!
    Im off to Morrisons then x
     
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    Maybe I misunderstood I am sorry, I brought some last week and when i looked in my new food directory they were 1 or 2 syns except the strawberry cheescake?

    Carla xx
     
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