Today it is all about the humble yoghurt. Pastoret Banana and Biscuit Organic Yoghurt to be precise. This is a new brand for me and one that seems to have just popped up into the fresh aisle of the supermarket. From what started as a family business has expanded from a small workshop to a factory but stuck with traditional artisan methods.
Each costs around £1.75 a pop, I have managed to get these on offer recently so were nearer the £1.00. Each 135g pot comes in a glass pot, sealed top and cardboard sleeve. Far better for the environment. I have only seen these in Sainsbury’s so if you’ve spied these anywhere else then pop a comment below. Presently in 3 fruity flavours – Mango, Coconut and Pineapple and Banana and Biscuit, I am hoping this will expand because the flavours listed online sound insanely good.
If you are expecting a biscuity texture like I did then shelve that expectation because this is a smooth and creamy as can be. Despite this lack of texture the biscuit taste still came through. The banana flavour was utterly delicious and pairing this with the swirl of caramel made for an even more indulgent yoghurt. It is hard to believe that there isn’t the addition of cream, because it is thick and oh so creamy. But it really is just organic milk. I did think that with the banana puree, caramel and organic milk that this would be sweet heavy, yet it wasn’t at all, to the point I have even had this for brekkie.
This Pastoret Banana and Biscuit Organic Yoghurt is quite the yoghurt. It delivers in flavour, indulgence and being utterly delicious. This isn’t a one trick pony either, if you’re after something fruiter grab yourself the other ones too!
Nibbles ‘n’ Scribbles x