Low Fat & Yummy: Muller™ Yogurt

October 3, 2012

You may have been seeing this interestingly named line of yogurt on your grocer's shelves lately but were on the fence about trying a new brand. Well, as someone who loves her fair share of yogurt I can assure you that Müller™ Yogurt was just what I was looking for.
First off, I've found a lot of low-fat yogurt's to be less creamy than their fattier whole milk cousins. I'm one of those few people who actually prefer the thicker consistency of whole milk. But after trying Müller FrütUp I found it to be as rich, smooth and creamy as my prefered whole milk yogurts.

Müller FrütUp is a new yogurt experience that you can scoop or swirl to your delight. It has a delicious, vibrant layer of fruit mousse on the top of creamy, lowfat yogurt. Mousse and yogurt? Yes, please! Varieties include Peach Passion Fruit, Splendid Strawberry, Blueberry Bliss, Radiant Raspberry, Luscious Lemon and Very Cherry, all of which are made from reduced-fat, Grade A milk!

I also tried the Müller™ Corner™ yogurt with crunchy granola. My daughter Eloise enjoyed it thoroughly! And I love giving her a breakfast that doesn't come out of a box and isn't made in a toaster. What's even better is that it came in these single serve trays with a two-chamber cup with add-ins that you can flip, stir or dip. Just right for a quick morning breakfast when I'm trying to get the kids out the door for school. Plus, only $1 at my local grocery store! Can't beat that! Varieties include Strawberry, Blueberry, Crunchy Granola, Crispy Crunch, Choco Balls and Choco Flakes.

I also enjoyed the Müller™ Greek Corner™ varieties include Caramelized Almonds, Strawberry, Blackberry & Raspberry, and Honeyed Apricot. My mother has been eating a lot of greek yogurt lately for the probiotic benefits. She also loved the yogurt and asked me to buy it for her for when she's at my house.

Muller Quaker Dairy is a joint venture between PepsiCo, Inc. and the Theo Müller Group so that they can bring this creammy goodness to the U.S. Consumers in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic region are among the first to discover this smooth and creamy, delightful dairy experience. Müller yogurt will be sold across the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic region, at most major retailers in the region. Visit their Facebook page, Twitter page or try their Product Locator to find a store near you.

Müller™ provided me with product for sampling. Thoughts and opinions are my

3 {comments}:

Janicu said... Best Blogger Tips

I'm a new fan of this yogurt too. But I didn't realize it was low fat until this post! O_O I just checked my fridge. IT IS. I had been assuming it wasn't because it really doesn't taste low fat (aka less creamy).

Sewing Princess said... Best Blogger Tips

In Europe müller is quite popular. I love it too. They also sell regular yoghurt (after all there's not much fat in yoghurt)

Anne said... Best Blogger Tips

Seriously, DON'T buy them! Müller is one of the worst brands operating in Germany. There's a range of accusations against them. Many of them have been proven to be true, including the following: They use GM crops to feed their dairy cows (as proven by Greenpeace), they've been receiving federal and European subsidies for creating new jobs while they were actually cutting jobs (as pointed out by Friends of the Earth Germany), they pay their milk producers awfully low prices (Anyone care about animal-friendly dairy farms? The Müller company doesn't.)... The list goes on. I know a lot of people here who have pledged to boycott the Müller company altogether because this madness needs to stop.

Regards from Germany

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