Natural yoghurt-nicest ones, please post suggestions!!!

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Found 10th May 2008
I'm after a nice creamy natural yoghurt that isn't high in fat. So far I've tried asda smartprice and asda good for you and they're both really bitter.

I went to the pub the other (old house at home) and they had this pudding called "berry heaven" and it was frozen natural yoghurt with mixed berries. It was nice and creamy but had less than 2% fat.

Can anyone suggest any? Also, I'm following the Slimming World diet so if there's any followers too and know the low syns ones!!
Many Thanks,

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Is it for eating or something else? lol

Sorry the mention of natural yogurt always brings up mental images of other uses for it.......

i got the frozen yoghurts on a stick from asda but dont know the make-i think they are made by the same company as mini milk as they were similar package-71 calories of sheer indulgence-i have never tasted a creamier icey!!! 99p for 4

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pinkkitty2007;2070702

Is it for eating or something else? lolSorry the mention of natural … Is it for eating or something else? lolSorry the mention of natural yogurt always brings up mental images of other uses for it.......



PMSL, maybe that's why it's bitter?! Recycled.... :?

Nope, I want to EAT it! In a bowl... some fruit... that kind of eating

My friend buys the lidl natural yougurt, she says it is the nicest, but i don't know the fat content.

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louloo;2070705

i got the frozen yoghurts on a stick from asda but dont know the make-i … i got the frozen yoghurts on a stick from asda but dont know the make-i think they are made by the same company as mini milk as they were similar package-71 calories of sheer indulgence-i have never tasted a creamier icey!!! 99p for 4



mmmmmm sounds really nice, I'll have a nose on asda online, see what I can find and then try and find the syn values.

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sophie***;2070712

My friend buys the lidl natural yougurt, she says it is the nicest, but i … My friend buys the lidl natural yougurt, she says it is the nicest, but i don't know the fat content.



I'll have to try and find some, I've just gone online to try and find it and as usual they haven't got it on there. :x

Are you sure nothing else was added to it, cos low fat yoghurt is usually not that creamy?

I tend to use low fat fromage frais instead (Tesco Light Choice) and add a tiny amount of organic honey, or demerara sugar. It usually works out that you can have more of it compared to low fat yoghurt for the same amount of calories/fat.

oh and you can get the frozen bowls of fruit in tesco to go with it!!!!

cant find the ices online

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nightswimmer;2070725

Are you sure nothing else was added to it, cos low fat yoghurt is usually … Are you sure nothing else was added to it, cos low fat yoghurt is usually not that creamy?I tend to use low fat fromage frais instead (Tesco Light Choice) and add a tiny amount of organic honey, or demerara sugar. It usually works out that you can have more of it compared to low fat yoghurt for the same amount of calories/fat.



I think I'll give that a go, the ice cream at the pub was a bit weird, it was nice but it had a bit of a tang but no where near as bad as Asda one. It's almost like an off milk tang and it's gross.:roll:

midjet666;2070790

I think I'll give that a go, the ice cream at the pub was a bit weird, it … I think I'll give that a go, the ice cream at the pub was a bit weird, it was nice but it had a bit of a tang but no where near as bad as Asda one. It's almost like an off milk tang and it's gross.:roll:



Weird. :?

What I like is to get a Marks & Spencers meringue nest, pour some Tesco Light Choice Fromage Frais on that and sprinkle with raspberries. That's a yummy desert that's not to too high in calories/fat. You can use Strawberries, blueberries or other fruits if you prefer but that will probably put the calories up a bit.

Have you tried Skinny Cows? They're quite nice. I'm not so keen on some of the newer flavours, but they are a pretty good alternative to 'real' ice cream.

Asda - tub of quark add it to sachet of LOW jelly in sachet. Mix and put in fridge...
Result a stunning LOW SLIMMING WORLD dessert!!
You can also put fruit inside before you refridgerate.
really delicious!

Tesco's sell a greek yoghurt with no fat, think it's called one. Really nice
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