Advantages nice nutty bits, larger than average yoghurts.
Disadvantages not quite large enough
My partner spent all day digging the garden yesterday, so, to get out of his way i popped down Tesco for some munchies and found these hazelnut yoghurts on sale for 19p. Not bad at all since they are 150g! So i trotted off home proudly with six of them.The pot is navy blue cardboard and much shorter and fatter than standard pots - a refreshing change (and means you can stack them in the fridge). The lid is really easy to remove but not so easy that they explode in the bags. The flavour is written quite small and if it wasn't for the picture this might be quite annoying since they also sell black cherry, strawberry and raspberry in our store.
The pack tells us that the product is suitable for vegetarians, but obviously not for people with nut allergies (goes without saying really!), however there is a warning for small children, as they can choke on nuts.The energy amounts to 147kcal/621kj and the fat is 4.1g per pot. About the same as most low fat yoghurts. The ingredient list is quite dissapointing though as sugar is the main added ingredient, followed by glucose syrup and sugar syrup! There is only 2% hazelnut, and there could be a few more to make it really nutty.just cream really.
The only moan is that i could eat three and not be full so i tend to eat these as a dessert rather than part of a packed lunch as they are very light. Still, what do you expect from low fat products!For a supermarket own brand these are fantastic, really high quality at a great price.
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