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Making 0% yogurt taste edible

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AndMiffyWentToSleep Fri 12-Jan-18 15:45:41

Any tips on this? The only way I can bear it is if I mix it with full fat natural yogurt.
Anyone got any other ideas?

peachypetite Fri 12-Jan-18 15:47:22

Mix it with fruit and a drizzle of honey?

stringbean Fri 12-Jan-18 15:49:29

Have you tried 0%Greek yoghurt? (Is that allowed??). Much creamier taste - the Yeo Valley one is yummy!

SongsOfInnocence Fri 12-Jan-18 16:05:18

I thought recent advice was to steer clear off fat reduced foods as they tend to be full of sugars. Certainly mixing in honey seems to defeat the purpose. Full fat yoghurt tastes nice and is healthy and will be more filling. All this 0% stuff is the work of the devil! There’s a reason it tastes vile.

LaGattaNera Fri 12-Jan-18 17:18:53

0% greek natural is lovely and creamy - I get it in Aldi about 68p for 500g pot most of the supermarket own brand is £1 for 500g.

Usually have defrosted fruit with it and find it very nice.

Fekko Fri 12-Jan-18 17:20:38

Total 0% is nice

NannyR Fri 12-Jan-18 17:22:43

Just have a smaller amount of full fat instead.

Maverick66 Fri 12-Jan-18 17:26:53

Cinnamon. Or 0sp jam as a coulis?

LaGattaNera Fri 12-Jan-18 17:27:30

0% natural does not have to be pointed whereas low fat & full fat does and 100g full fat is 6 sps which I think is alot out of 23 dailies - some people have more dailies but majority only 23.

AndMiffyWentToSleep Fri 12-Jan-18 18:27:16

Hmm maybe I need to experiment more - with brands (I've tried Skyr so far) and with toppings. Thanks for the suggestions!

MrsDustyBusty Fri 12-Jan-18 18:30:45

Well I have heard the brilliant/vile (delete as applicable) suggestion of adding 0 sugar cordial diluty stuff, the super concentrate in the tiny bottle.

Like petit filous, my source suggests.

AndMiffyWentToSleep Fri 12-Jan-18 18:35:16

ooh I LOVE petit filous...might just have to try that!

StealingYourWiFi Fri 12-Jan-18 18:40:45

MyProtein website sell calorie free sauces that are brilliant.

Onynx Fri 12-Jan-18 18:50:32

The Fage 0% Greek yoghurt is natural & doesn't contain sugar. I add a few nuts, cinnamon & a tiny bit of honey & it's v filling & healthy

FurryDogMother Fri 12-Jan-18 18:57:19

Add Da Vinci sugar-free syrup? You can get it in a variety of flavours.

Maverick66 Fri 12-Jan-18 19:22:55

Options hot chocolate sachet or sugar free jelly crystals

yawnyawnyawnyawn Sat 13-Jan-18 07:39:58

I stir in a squirt of honey for one point .

HumbleCrumble Tue 16-Jan-18 09:26:04

Try adding a few drops of vanilla extract, I add it to natural yogurt to take away some of the "sharpness"

sez49 Wed 17-Jan-18 19:12:23

I like the Alpro Simply Plain. It is creamy and not tart. I used to have Skyr before converting to Alpro. If I want to flavour my plain yoghurt, I like using the FlavDrops from MyProtein. I also use them in my ready brek/porridge to sweeten and flavour.

Ginmummy1 Thu 18-Jan-18 12:19:59

I like sugar free jelly with fat free natural yoghurt. Still zero points!

Grenoble124 Thu 18-Jan-18 12:20:27

New juice shots. Concentrated cordial. Tiny drop and it tastes lovely. I also like it plain thankfully.

BrownBrown Thu 18-Jan-18 12:24:09

isn't 0% yoghurt full of sugar instead of fat?

wellhonestly Thu 18-Jan-18 12:40:56

Another vote for Total Fage 0% fat. No added sugar, is very tasty.

Lunde Sat 20-Jan-18 22:58:33

0% natural yogurt is fine if you add some flavourings
- fresh berries
- frozen berries - perhaps defrosted with a vanilla pod
- chopped banana
- no added sugar apple sauce or jams
- grated apple and oats

Lunde Sat 20-Jan-18 23:01:24

You can also whisk a 0% yogurt together with a sugar free jelly to make a zero point mousse

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