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99% fat free, deliciously healthy dieting treat that looks and tastes superb with virtually no fat and only 106 calories for a mighty 200g pot -
The packaging is attractive with creative use of colour and art work, the yoghurt itself also has good colour and aroma and is definitely appetising in appearance.It is smooth and light with good texture = a real winner for me in the yoghurt stakes!
This is easy to find in most high street supermarkets, the retail price is in the region of 36p but there are usually offers to be found (I paid just 5p per pot in Makro today)
Nutritional Information Typical Values per 100g (31/2 oz)
Energy 223kj (53kcal) Protein 4.4g Carbohydrate 8.5g Fat 0.1g Calcium 135mg 16% of the recommended daily allowance
Ingredients: Yoghurt, toffee sauce (18 %), (sweeteners, Aspartame, Aciculae K; flavourings), Gelatine. Contains a source of Phenylalanine With sugar and sweetener
The extremely low fat content of this yoghurt at 0.1g per 100g make it and ideal inclusion in any weight reduction programme, I am currently following a very low fat diet and am allowed foods that are 3g or less per 100g which definitely includes this toffee temptation... but there is the charbohydrate aspect to consider as well which is why I limit myself to one Muller light a day when dieting (like now!)
The National Osteoporosis Society used their patron and actor Ross Kemp to launch their Bone Friendly logo in 1999 to raise awareness of products which are beneficial to bone health because few people are aware of how much calcium they should take or what foods are good sources of this, Muller light yoghurt was targeted for this and the logo features on the top of each pot to show that this yoghurt is a good source of calcium.
I have tried nearly all of the Muller light yoghurt range now, some of their other equally flavoursome offerings include: chocolate, vanilla. strawberry, raspberry, lemon & lime, banana. peach & maracuya.
These yoghurts need to be kept in the refrigerator, and do make a good slimming alternative to other sweets and puddings being eaten by the thin ones in your family or when you are craving something sweet and the raw carrot sticks and granny b***** smith apples just won't do. Keep a selection of them for your convenience and enjoy them at your leisure!