I like it thick. I gradually went off the runny stuff. Nice and thick with my honey on it. Mmmmm.
And Lidls ... bit of honey on top. Yumm. Using thin cotton cloth , pour this yogurt in and hang it for 5-6 hours. That will release most water from it. Result..thick delicious treat. Add honey or sugar and some crushed cashew/almond .
The best is actual Greek yoghurt sold in the Co-op as their own brand
Always a treat. Never looked at any health benefits.
£2 original price.... Come on ... Nobody ever pays that for these!!!
Same price as aldi ....
Thanks. Seems to be the lowest price compared to other supermarkets e.g. £1 at Morrisons and at Tesco (with clubcard). The previous deal posted shows they were being sold for £1 for a while (https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/frubes-strawberry-flavour-and-strawberryred-berrypeach-flavour-yogurt-at-asda-for-ps1-3778684), so looks like they've decided to drop 5p further.
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It should be also made on different product line as non-organic product.
I'm surprised she hasn't filed for it.....
Not tried the low fat version but the normal is absolutely lush (lol)
Same factory, but not the same line/ingredients I would imagine. Yeo Valley is all organic, isn't it? So different milk for sure. And while not privy to food manufacturer's secrets, the thicker Greek yogurts for instance probably use milk which is slightly condensed (and in the food industry that is done with a combination of as little heat as possible and reducing the athmospheric pressure - not quite a vacumm) all of which adds to the price. At least a little.
Thanks for that. That's mega-interesting. The 500g pots of Yeo Valley Natural Yogurt cost £1.60 vs 45p for the Creamfields stuff. Would it be a such a stretch to say the Yeo Valley, Tesco & Creamfields yogurts are identical? I think not. So much for 'you get what you pay for'!
I very much doubt this contains probiotic goodness. I bet most / any culture activity will be dead on arrival or gone pretty quickly. When I am bothered to make my own yogurt, I realised how crap the supermarket stuff is, and Lord knows what they do to make it last so long. The home-made stuff just about lasts a week if you're lucky before it tastes too acidic. Good price though and I like the plain onken one as it's not got a lot of sugar.
This is almost always on offer and it was the same price in Tesco as I no longer shop at Sainsburys.
Same product for £1 - new coupon for this month https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/oykos-dairy-free-stracciatella-chocolate-350g-tesco-ps1-3775089?utm_source=mappshare&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=3775089&utm_campaign=2021-08-07
They have this in my store, it's in stock but 'Free Danone Oykos Dairy Free Stracciatella Chocolate 350g Order does not qualify for this code'
I've just eaten it......it was very good........its beyond what I normally would buy as a yogurt because of the size........nice for free though
Really thick texture. I like it
Thanks OP have it in my fridge.........will eat in one setting.........not sure about dairy free does it taste ok