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Here`s an interesting fact! In 1896, Ludwig Müller established a village dairy in Bavaria. Today his grandson runs a business which last year turned over £625 million and employed 2,400 people. But nay, I digress, the purpose of this opinion shall hereby unfold….
Yogurt, that strange word that is easily mis spelt!, a quick and easy pud that is widely available. Something I must admit that I have eaten for years with no thought to calories or fat content, until I started reading labels. So to the discovery of Muller Light yogurts. My Mum has lost over three stone following the Slimming World diet and recommended the Muller Light yogurts to me as they were "SIN FREE" on her diet.
I have tried lots of their flavours including the afore mentioned Country Berries. However a recent revelation in the Slimming World class noted the introduction of CHOCOLATE!!!!! So ladies and gentlemen ,a confession, Country berries flavour is not my favourite in the Muller Light range, it definitely, has to be, in no uncertain terms….CHOCOLATE. So my fellow chocaholics…."Don’t fight the Chocolate Craving!" No really its OK you don’t have to go without sweet, scrummy puddings, even when watching your weight, when there is Muller Light Chocolate Müllerlight`s chocolate yogurt is set to prove that you can have your chocolate and eat it! There is no such thing as ‘over indulging’ or ‘undoing all your good work’ with this delicious self indulgent treat- Müllerlight Chocolate yogurt has just 0.3g of fat per 100g. Its creamy chocolate taste makes it irresistible to anyone who needs a quick and tasty treat.
Other flavours available include Raspberry & Cranberry and Lemon & Lime and established favourites such as Toffee, Vanilla, Strawberry, Peach & Maracuya, Cherry and Banana amongst others.
Here`s an idea using the fruity yogurts if you want to make them into a different dessert..
Make up a sugar free jelly, the ones that come in the sachets, but only to 3/4 of a pint. Wait for the jelly to cool for about half an hour and then whisk in a pot of Muller light yogurt . Obviously choose flavours that will work together. Vanilla goes with most!! WARNING don’t leave the jelly to set too long before whisking in the yogurt. I did once, using a raspberry jelly, ended up with something looking like a road kill victim!! So be warned!
When finished you get a lovely light mousse that lasts far longer. Give it a try!