No longer wrapped in the constraints of a multipack that was exclusive to Iceland, Cherry Bakewell Muller Light is now available as a standalone number. I haven’t had a Muller Light yoghurt in what feels like forever, to be honest I really went off them and haven’t had the desire to pick one up since. That said I do love cherry bakewell so naturally there was no passing on this, I am just hoping that they can nail the flavour.
Available in all major supermarkets for a limited time only I do wonder why they have decided to release this one. Let’s not ponder on this for now and instead let’s get tasting.
Fat free cherry bakewell flavour yogurt with cherries, sugar & sweetener
The consistency here is far better than some of the Muller Light yoghurts I have tried, for obvious reasons it wasn’t super thick but it wasn’t a watery mess which is good. The cherry flavour was there and was similar to their standard cherry version, however this was far sweeter. The almond flavour was a bit hit and miss and on the whole is lacking. I don’t know about you but when I eat Bakewell I long for a strong almond and cherry taste.
I did finish this Cherry Bakewell Muller Yoghurt however its incredible sweetness made it a struggle towards the end. The flavour is sort of there but isn’t anything special. Sadly this hasn’t changed my opinion on Muller Light and I cannot see me picking up one in the near future.
What are your thoughts on Mullet Light yoghurts?
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