Advantages Delicious, healthy, refreshing dessert
Disadvantages Not for those who want a really filling afters
When I was in my teens, and still retained some element of 'pester power', I always made my Mum buy Muller Light Vanillayogurts. She'd bought them once on a whim and I fell in love with them; the perfect way to round off dinner (although I will ward off the temptation to review my Mum's cooking - I'm a good boy like that).Of course, over time, as we try new things and grow out of old routines, I forgot all about them. I was still aware of Muller as a product, but the innocence was lost. I descended into the seductive and fattening world of profiteroles, tiramisu, banoffee pie, New York cheesecake… death by chocolate. I turned into a bad boy. The sort of dessert eater you wouldn't want your daughter to bring home.
Something I admire about this company is its commitment to healthy eating and nutrition, particularly for children. In a world where food is often packaged and marketed with youngsters in mind, it is important that food manufacturers take their responsibilities seriously. The site has many booklets available, giving advice to parents about how to come up with new ideas and treats for kids, in spite of the pester power, and also has online tips about how much exercise people of all ages should be taking, and what their diet should and could be like.That is not to say that the company does not produce desserts that can add a lifetime to the hips. Its Amore range includes a Cherry Indulgent Yogurt that contains 7.3g of fat in every 100g. Its Chocolate DigestiveCrunch Corner contains 8.3g of fat per serving. But crucially, this is a producer that offers a choice. And for those seeking the healthier option, Muller Light fits the bill.
Each pot contains 200 grams. The information below is based on typical values per 100 grams.Energy - 211 kJ (50kcal)
So even without reading the advertising blurb, you can tell that this is a healthier dessert than most. Fat free, with only 100 calories in each pot and low in salt content, it is also full of calcium (apparently containing 33% of ones recommended daily allowance). It also contains no artificial colourings or preservatives.
Fat free yogurt with sugar and sweetener. Ingredients: yogurt, water, fructose, modified maize starch, gelatine, flavourings, colours: carotens, curcumin; stabilisers: pectins; sweetener: aspartame; acidity regulators: citric acid, sodium citrates, contains milk.
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