Lancashire Farm Natural Yogurt & Fat Free Natural Yogurt 1 kg - £1 (29% off, same per g as Smart Price) at Asda & Morrisons
567°Expired

Lancashire Farm Natural Yogurt & Fat Free Natural Yogurt 1 kg - £1 (29% off, same per g as Smart Price) at Asda & Morrisons

22
Found 8th AugEdited by:"anjali_pavar"
I've developed a bit of an obsession with this stuff after the hot weather.

Lovely, thick creamy yoghurt but not too sour so you can easily eat it on it's own. Also lovely with the usual honey, fruit etc. but for something a bit different, try it with a bit of lemon/lime pickle in it.

Makes great raita and curd rice (go heavy on the pomegranate seeds if you can) too, lovely to eat in hot weather!

Lancashire Farm Natural Bio Yogurt
Lancashire Farm Fat Free Natural Yogurt
Greek Style is also on offer for £1.50

They're making it with free range milk now too so a bit of a better life for the cows

Also available in Morrisons, who also have the Sugar Free one.

Deal is on both websites so should be national.
Community Updates

Groups

22 Comments
I agree it's not bitter or sour but nice & creamy.
voted Hot!
My
Favourite
Yogurt

Great timing as my last batch finished a week ago.

Heats to u Anjali
Edited by: "Gollywood" 8th Aug
You see people buying no-frills stuff for more! Venture down the World Food aisle once in a while. You'll be surprised at the lower prices & better quality.
Just bought from Iceland for £1.35
Love this yoghurt!
Bought yesterday
Yoghurt maker 15£, 1L carton milk 58p, cheaper, this is a better deal
Creatishh8th Aug

Yoghurt maker 15£, 1L carton milk 58p, cheaper, this is a better deal


Some of us like buying ready made stuff and do not feel so superior about doing so
Edited by: "Gollywood" 8th Aug
Creatishh8th Aug

Yoghurt maker 15£, 1L carton milk 58p, cheaper, this is a better deal


Small correction: for fair comparison you need Free Range Milk @ 76p/litre (in Asda anyway). So you'd have to make 1500/25 = 62.5 pots of yoghurt to break even, not counting electricity use which I assume is minimal.

Certainly doable if you have the time, patience, inclination, space and planning skills for a yoghurt maker... one out of five in my case so I'll stick to the shops for now!
singhisking685 h, 0 m ago

Just bought from Iceland for £1.35



I had 7 delivered by Asda this evening along with other groceries at £1.40 each. Bad timing.
anjali_pavar7 h, 42 m ago

Small correction: for fair comparison you need Free Range Milk @ 76p/litre …Small correction: for fair comparison you need Free Range Milk @ 76p/litre (in Asda anyway). So you'd have to make 1500/25 = 62.5 pots of yoghurt to break even, not counting electricity use which I assume is minimal. Certainly doable if you have the time, patience, inclination, space and planning skills for a yoghurt maker... one out of five in my case so I'll stick to the shops for now!


Free range milk?
Gollywood8 h, 57 m ago

Some of us like buying ready made stuff and do not feel so superior about …Some of us like buying ready made stuff and do not feel so superior about doing so


My comment was not telling people there inferior buying it premaid, my comment might get someone who buys this weekly to make it themselves, it's cheaper, takes no effort and you can be sure it hasn't got anything added

Put milk and bac in before bed, wake up in morning and put in fridge, done
Creatishh9th Aug

Free range milk?


Yeah they are making it with free range milk now

You can check it out on their website: lancashirefarm.com/
Creatishh9th Aug

My comment was not telling people there inferior buying it premaid, my …My comment was not telling people there inferior buying it premaid, my comment might get someone who buys this weekly to make it themselves, it's cheaper, takes no effort and you can be sure it hasn't got anything addedPut milk and bac in before bed, wake up in morning and put in fridge, done


My mum used to make it in a deep pyrex bowl in the airing cupboard - no yoghurt maker required! I think she used a dollop of the last one and/or a dollop of supermarket live yoghurt. It was the best yoghurt I've ever eaten, super smooth and almost sweet with a yummy thick bit on top.

At some point, something changed and it never came out quite the same. She switched to buying this or the Henna one as she says it keeps longer and has more reliable flavour than making at home, though the latter is definitely cheaper, as you say. Also, I don't think she's ever bought specific bacteria so maybe that's the trick.

Out of interest, what bacteria do you buy and from where do you get it? Are there different ones to give different flavour? Also do you boil the milk before to kill any existing bacteria?
anjali_pavar1 h, 5 m ago

My mum used to make it in a deep pyrex bowl in the airing cupboard - no …My mum used to make it in a deep pyrex bowl in the airing cupboard - no yoghurt maker required! I think she used a dollop of the last one and/or a dollop of supermarket live yoghurt. It was the best yoghurt I've ever eaten, super smooth and almost sweet with a yummy thick bit on top. At some point, something changed and it never came out quite the same. She switched to buying this or the Henna one as she says it keeps longer and has more reliable flavour than making at home, though the latter is definitely cheaper, as you say. Also, I don't think she's ever bought specific bacteria so maybe that's the trick.Out of interest, what bacteria do you buy and from where do you get it? Are there different ones to give different flavour? Also do you boil the milk before to kill any existing bacteria?


For me using fresh milk is too much hassle, boil then cool down takes to long and clean pans, use uht milk 58p 1 litre, whole or semi, I use powdered bacteria can't remember name of it but it's like 20p for 1 litre worth, so 78p for first batch, in evening put litre of uht milk in the tub given with yoghurt maker, pour bacteria sachet mix for few seconds then turn on machine for 8-12 hours depending on milk and preferred tartiness, I do whole and 8 hours, which is time I go sleep and wake up, used 1-2p in electric, then when I wake up put the tub in fridge and is ready to eat. (take 50ml of yoghurt in seperste pot and you can use this instead of bacteria on next patch (can only do this 2-3 times before needing new batch of bacteria, realistically it's going to cost you on average 60-80p for 1 litre of plain yoghurt... I like mine thicker so I put in a spoon of dried skimmed milk which costs 5p or so this makes it thicker then ship bought as well ... Machine cost £20 from Lakeland, don't bother with pots as it's too much effort...

Also don't bother straining to make Greek yoghurt, Half's in volume so to make 500g of Greek is costing you 60-80p when at Aldi you can buy for 68p ready done
Creatishh9th Aug

For me using fresh milk is too much hassle, boil then cool down takes to …For me using fresh milk is too much hassle, boil then cool down takes to long and clean pans, use uht milk 58p 1 litre, whole or semi, I use powdered bacteria can't remember name of it but it's like 20p for 1 litre worth, so 78p for first batch, in evening put litre of uht milk in the tub given with yoghurt maker, pour bacteria sachet mix for few seconds then turn on machine for 8-12 hours depending on milk and preferred tartiness, I do whole and 8 hours, which is time I go sleep and wake up, used 1-2p in electric, then when I wake up put the tub in fridge and is ready to eat. (take 50ml of yoghurt in seperste pot and you can use this instead of bacteria on next patch (can only do this 2-3 times before needing new batch of bacteria, realistically it's going to cost you on average 60-80p for 1 litre of plain yoghurt... I like mine thicker so I put in a spoon of dried skimmed milk which costs 5p or so this makes it thicker then ship bought as well ... Machine cost £20 from Lakeland, don't bother with pots as it's too much effort...Also don't bother straining to make Greek yoghurt, Half's in volume so to make 500g of Greek is costing you 60-80p when at Aldi you can buy for 68p ready done


A very thorough description and analysis - thanks
Does anyone how long this yogurt will last best before date?
tizen9th Aug

Does anyone how long this yogurt will last best before date?


At least couple of weeks
tizen9th Aug

Does anyone how long this yogurt will last best before date?



The ones I got last night say 10th September expiry date.
This yoghurt is fab!
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text