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"Bit free" yogurts

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Zombiemama Sun 03-Jan-16 23:46:49

I am a fully grown adult asking that question...I just absolutely hate opening the lid of a yogurt to find lumps!!
Can anyone recommend any smooth syn free yogurts or even low syn. Starting sw next week and want to have all in and ready to go as soon as iv hit the scales!!! Thanks smile

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calzone Sun 03-Jan-16 23:55:25

Vanilla Mullerlight

AppleSnapple Sun 03-Jan-16 23:57:21

Most if not all of the muller light ones I think.. Certainly the pudding type ones are, I think the fruit ones are too although I can't be sure even though I ate one this eve 😆

AppleSnapple Sun 03-Jan-16 23:57:44

PS good luck!

Zombiemama Mon 04-Jan-16 00:04:36

Thank you
Calzone I love those vanilla muller light slightly frozen for the summer months..if we will have any this year coming! !

Thank you Apple I really need to get on board completely with this I'm not prepared to spend another summer having a cry every time I need to get dressed

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AppleSnapple Mon 04-Jan-16 07:34:56

Good for you! I started last summer, lost 1.5 stone, have put on about 5lb through not being very good in December so have been easing back in last week but back on it with a vengeance today! Been out for an early morning run/shuffle and now to think of meals for the day before the DC wake up!

PurpleTreeFrog Mon 04-Jan-16 07:39:37

I love these: Little Yeos. Organic kids' yoghurts.

Yeah, they are for kids, but lovely and fruity and creamy and smooth. And they're not tiny Petit Filous sized pots, they're big enough for a grown up smile

ateacupofgin Mon 04-Jan-16 09:18:46

Yeo valley 0% vanilla is 1/2 syn for 125g. I don't have it all the time but it is thicker than a muller and feels like a real treat

emmaluvseeyore Mon 04-Jan-16 11:33:04

The lemon yeo valley 0% greek is 1 syn for the small pots. I actually prefer to use my syns on yoghurt than eat the muller lights. I prefer slightly thicker yoghut myself.

Buttwing Mon 04-Jan-16 13:08:28

I was going to suggest going for the Greek style ones as the are really smooth. I think the muller ones are half or maybe one syn each.

Zombiemama Tue 05-Jan-16 00:41:00

Fantastic thank you all so much. A thick creamy yogurt now a days again is definitely a treat as opposed to thiness of some

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