New Snack: Müller Yogurt (#Review)

It’s no secret that I believe eating healthy doesn’t have to taste bland. My love for yogurt and Greek yogurt has only heightened my appreciation for healthy snacks. When I was sent a sampling of new Müller yogurt from Quaker, I was eager to add another great snack to my weekly meal plans. The options did not disappoint.

 

Müller is a yogurt brand from Europe, tagged as “The European for yummy”, and I definitely agree. The first three varieties that we can get here in the US are Müller FrütUp, Müller Corner and Müller Greek Corner.  Both “corner” options include a two-part package that includes creamy yogurt and a mix-in. The FrütUp includes fruit mousse and yogurt. Yum!

Even better, the yogurts are low in fat and range from 140 – 220 calories each, the perfect range for my snack time.

I decided to give the Müller Greek Corner Carmelized Almond a try first. The almonds seriously were to die for, and the protein punch that this yogurt gives is amazing (20% DV). Because I was impatient and didn’t do my research on the yogurt before giving it a try, I chose to sprinkle some of the almonds in the yogurt by hand and then simply enjoyed some of the almonds on their own. Both the yogurt and almonds were divine. After eating, I realized the whole point of the corner set up is so that you can do this:

Oops. Lesson learned. I was then able to enjoy my other two “corner” samples just a ‘lil bit more. 😉

Next I gave the Corner Lowfat Yogurt with Choco Balls a try. This one was 210 calories and admittedly my favorite of the samples. The packaging made the choco balls look like malt balls (which I HATE), but in actuality they were tiny balls of crisp rice and chocolate heaven. I poured most in but I am a quantity and quality person, so I saved some in the corner to eat by themselves. This yogurt is really smooth, does not taste “cultured” like some yogurts do. Love this! I mean, look at them!

The Müller FrütUp Splendid Strawberry worried me slightly (I don’t really love mix in fruit yogurts), but in the end I loved this one, too! The fruit is a mousse and delighted my senses as I enjoyed this snack. The strawberry and mousse blend went well with the yogurt, and I am a fan.

My last venture was with the Corner Blueberry, which I didn’t mind, but it was the least favorite of the four I tried. There wasn’t anything in particular I disliked, the others just had so MUCH flavor that it was hard to say this one could come close to beating the others out.

I am sure by now you’re wondering where you can get yours. Müller FrütUp, Müller Corner and Müller Greek Corner are available here in the Pittsburgh area at several retailers, including Giant Eagle. They range from $0.99 for the FrütUp to $1.29 for Müller Corner and Müller Greek Corner (plus, there was a coupon in this Sunday’s paper, according to their Facebook!). Comparable to other yogurts I already enjoy, and well worth it. These snacks will definitely be on my grocery list from now on.

You  can check out Müller on Facebook and Twitter.

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Disclaimer: I was provided with a sample for review. All opinions, however, are 100% my own.

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5 Responses to New Snack: Müller Yogurt (#Review)

  1. LindsCHV says:

    These sound like they’d be perfect lunch snacks at work – they all sound good, but the honeyed apricot sounds the best to me. Yum!

  2. JulieAScottLaws says:

    I would like to try the “corner strawberry” thanks
    aunteegem@yahool.com

  3. AshleyWalker says:

    I want free yogurt!

  4. JillStrong says:

    Wanting to try the choco balls!

  5. purplelover8504 says:

    the greek strawberry

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