“ Brand: Muller / Type: Yoghurt „
I am a big fan of the Muller crunch corner yogurts but I have only just recently tried this flavour. I usually go for the milk chocolate flavoured crunch corner yogurts which are very nice too.
I came across this yogurt in work. It was lunch time and after eating a salad I thought I needed something with a little more taste so I went to the canteen and came back with this yogurt. I chose this yogurt because it was the only flavour left in the fridge! I thought that it wouldn't be great as it was the only flavour left but it turns out that this is now my favourite type.
The yogurt comes in a square plastic container which is divided in to two sections. This bigger section is filled with a very light and creamy strawberry milkshake flavoured yogurt. The yogurt is is just the right consistancy, it is neither too thick or thin and the flavouring is just right. In the other, smaller section of the plastic pot there are small round ball, which are the 'shortcake' part of the yogurt. They are quite small, round and each little shortcake has a crunchy shortcake centre which is covered in a smooth and delicious white chocolate. The strawberry flavoured yogurt isn't very sweet so the white chocolate adds a little sweetness to the dessert.
These yogurts are great to have as a snack or at lunch or after dinner and they are very enjoyable. The yogurt also has no bits; I was very pleased with this because I hate they texture of yogurts when they have little bits like seeds inside them. You can enjoy this yogurt by mixing the shortcake balls with the yogurt or even eating each section seperately, either way is good but I prefer to mix them together!
I bought mine in my work canteen which cost me 65p. However if you enjoy Muller crunch corners then you can get a better deal at supermarkets. Most supermarkets sell these yogurts in 6 packs which are roughly around £3 for two 6 packs.
This yogurt is quite high in fat, sugar and calories so I wouldn't recommend anyone to eat this yogurt regulary, however it is a nice treat to enjoy every once in a while!
I only ever buy muller crunch corner yogurts when they are on offer in asda, usually 2 packs of 6 yoghurts for £3, which I think is a very good deal when it is on, considering how big these yoghurts are. They are really decent sized yogurts and have a decent amount of each flavouring in them as well. Buying them on offer makes them just 25p a yogurt! They are well worth this money in my opinion.
My favourite has to be this strawberry shortcake. These come individually, or part of the multi-packs on offer. You usually get 2 of these, I wish you would buy a pack of 6, they are lovely!
The yoghurt has two parts to it, the biggest corner of the pack contains the yogurt, which is strawberry milkshake flavoured and quite creamy. It doesn't taste too strongly of strawberries and it isnt too thick in consistency or too runny either. It is just right, and the smaller corner has the short cake balls. These are little balls of shortcake biscuit, covered in white chocolate. I love just eating these balls on their own! The biscuit is light, not too crunchy and the white chocolate is nice and creamy too. These flavours all work so well together and make a really nice yogurt!
I think there is around 232 calories in this yoghurt which is quite high for a yoghurt, but they are very filling, so they are ok as an occasional treat.
This yogurt is free from artificial colours, sweeteners and preservatives. They need to be kept refrigerated, and they usually have at least a good weeks date on them.
Other flavours you can get these muller corners in are chocolate digestives, toffee hoops, banana chocolate flakes, vanilla chocolate balls, and loads of different fruits.. Strawberry, blueberry etc.
I highly recommend this flavour of muller corner yogurt, it is absolutely gorgeous, a great treat for after dinner, and a very filling snack too!
We bought a few Muller Corners the other week when they were on an offer, so tried a few ones that we've not had before.
From the outside of this I thought it looked a bit sickly and creamy, but that could have just been the packaging on this. This was in the normal tub which has a larger part and a smaller bit. The larger bit has the natural Yoghurt in it, and the smaller bit has the mixer part. Easy enough to open as you just tear the foil lid off.
This was a bit different than the normal Muller Corners out there in the fact that the Yoghurt part wasn't the normal Plain Yoghurt. This was a nice Strawberry one. The taste of this was quite a subtle Strawberry, but with a bit tang to it. It says on the pack that the Strawberry bit is Strawberry Milkshake flavour. The smaller part had little Shortcake Biscuits balls in it which are covered in White Chocolate. I would have thought that even if they weren't covered in Chocolate then this would have been nice enough.
Although this seemed a bit sweeter than the other ones out there, it wasn't overly sweet and actually made a nice enough desset. The Yoghurt was nice and creamy, and the balls were slightly malty and had a buttery taste to them.
I would buy this again as it turned out to be much nicer than what I thought it would be.
I have been ever so slighly addicted to Muller yoghurts of late, ever since the big supermarkets started doing the big multibuy offers on both the multipacks and individual pots. I tend to buy several multipacks a week, which, as soon as they arrive with my online order, get set upon by my family of hungry jackals.
This week, there was a special offer at Sainsburys to buy two 6 pot multipacks for £3. I bought the crunch corner variety, because everyone in our house likes them. The variety I am going to review is the Strawberry Shortcake variety, which comes either as part of the Crunch corner multipack, or as an individual pot, reatailing at about 54p for a 150g pot.
The pot is a made of thin plastic and split into two sections, one for the crunchy bits and the other, larger section, for the yoghurt. The pack has an easy to remove, peel off lid, which has a picture of the white chocolate balls on it.
The first thing that strikes you when you open the yoghurt, is the fact that the yoghurt is pink! Most Muller corner yoghurts have either plain or vanilla yoghurt, which is always white, so it made a real change to see pink yoghurt. It is labelled as "strawberry milkshake" flavour yoghurt. Why they added the milkshake part I'm not sure. It is strawberry yogurt, pure and simple. The yoghurt was definitely less tart than the usual corner yoghurts. It was creamier and didn't have the sharpness that I usually associate with these yoghurts. I liked that. I much prefer creamy yogurt to sharp, natural yoghurt, but I suppose it is a matter of individual preference.
The white chocolate balls in the other section were shortcake biscuits, covered in white chocolate. There was a decent amount included, and the biscuits were quite a good size. Now here is the option: Eat the yoghurt and biscuits seperately, or mix them together? My preference is to tip the crunchy bits into the yoghurt and mix them up!
The chocolate biscuit balls had a lovely smooth milky flavour that complimented the yoghurt amazingly well. I'm not a big fan of white chocolate, but I enjoyed this, because there wasn't so much white chocolate that it tasted sickly. It hit the balance just right. The shortcake was quite soft, with a gentle crunch, and as the flavours and textures combined, the yoghurt tasted quite decadent and special, more so than your average crunch corner!
In all, I'm really surprised how much I enjoyed this, as I don't usually like strawberry yoghurt or white chocolate, and I thought I would feel a bit sick eating it, but Muller proved me wrong, and I will certainly buy this again.
The nutritional information is displayed on the pot lid and is, as follows, per 100g:
of which sugars 17.4g
Each pot contains 22% of the RDA of calcium.
Not an everyday yoghurt!
*About the Product*
Strawberry Shortcake yoghurt is one of the varieties in the Muller Crunch Range. It is strawberry milkshake flavoured yoghurt with white chocolate coated shortcake balls.
The packaging differs from the one in the stock picture. The yoghurt comes in a plastic tub with 2 compartments..one for the yoghurt which is the biggest compartment and a smaller compartment for the white chocolate shortcake balls. The packaging is recyclable. The lid is foil and is mainly blue and white. It has the Muller logo, the name of the product, a picture in the corner of the shortcake balls, nutritional information, ingredients, weight of pack, company details and best before date as standard.
Muller specify that the yoghurt contains 22% of calcium RDA (recommended daily allowance), no artificial colours or preservatives and no artificial sweeteners.
The main ingredients include yoghurt, sugar, water, cocoa butter, milk, wheat flour, vegetable fat, modified maize starch, flavourings, salt, soya etc. Contains milk, wheat and soya. May contain nut or egg traces.
100g contains 155kcal 3.9g protein 17.4g sugar 3.3g saturated fat.
These are available at major supermarkets in the yoghurt aisle. Each yoghurt is 150g in weight and they are available in multipacks with other flavours. Asda currently have these on offer at 8 for £2 but they retail at 52p approx.
I enjoy eating yoghurts as part of a balanced diet but i normally opt for the fruity variety as they are healthier. Today whilst in Asda, i noticed the Muller yoghurt range on 8 for £2 and picked my fiance picked up 4 including this one. I picked up another 3 and couldn't decide on a fourth so i went for this one too! Still feeling rather peckish though sick of the mini eggs i checked the fridge for a snack and spotted this. As i peeled back the lid, i could smell the milkshake aroma which is rather sickenly sweet. I tipped my shortcake balls into the pink yoghurt and mixed them in til they were covered. The taste test..oh so sweet but oh so indulgent! I savoured every mouthful as if i didn't i would be tempted to devour my fiances and he wouldn't be pleased! After finishing i felt happy and content though started to feel a tad sick. I think its due to having ate lots of sweet things tonight and not the yoghurt in particular!
I would recommend this yoghurt as a dessert or weekly treat however i would not say it is suited to everyday consumption due to the sweetness of it. It was tasty though!
I aren't sure whether these are a new variant of the popular Crunch Corner range but I tried Strawberry Shortcake the other day and I was really impressed! The yoghurt is strawberry milkshake and it presented with shortcake balls coated in white chocolate.
Crunch Corners come in at just over 50p each, so not cheap, and a 6 pack does usually set you back about £2.80p. They're on offer at the moment though, 2 packs for £5 which isn't bad for 12 yoghurts especially for such a well established well known brand so we got some in even though we wouldn't normally.
The other flavours in the pack were standard ones which I've tried many times before, but I'd never seen Strawberry Shortcake so peeled one open and dug in. First of all, it looks lovely. The yoghurt is a lovely light shade of pink and the balls are quite a decent size not as small as some in other crunch corner yoghurts. The yoghurt is actually strawberry milkshake, not just usually strawberry yoghurt it's delicious! You can really taste the shortcake in the little balls, it tastes very nice quality not cheap and nasty and the same goes for the white chocolate. I tasted a couple of the balls on their own and the white chocolate tasted like nestle white chocolate it was really nice!
After putting a few balls into the yoghurt I started to eat the mix together, it went really well, I think next time I eat strawberrys I'll be dipping them in white chocolate instead of milk! At about 232 kcal per yoghurt these aren't too great for you but I will definately be trying them again and I don't take 232kcal lightly! Literally! I was quite surprised that these also contained 22% of you RDA of calcium, so if your children ask for a treat at the weekend why not give them one of these? It'll be good for them without them knowing and the 'treat' element is still there!
Muller's Strawberry Shortcake is one of my favourite yoghurt desserts from the Crunch Corner range and probably the one I eat most often.
It comes in a big square pot with the larger half of the pot containing a strawberry milkshake flavour yoghurt and the small side of the pot containing lots of tiny shortcake balls covered in white chocolate. The idea is that you tip the shortcake balls into the yoghurt side and mix them all together.
The yoghurt does actually taste of strawberry milkshake rather than just plain strawberries so it has a much lighter pink colour and tastes much milkier. The white chocolate balls are lovely and are different to the usual milk chocolate balls that you get in other Muller Crunch Corner yoghurts. The whole thing tastes delicious when mixed together although you do need to eat it as soon as you've mixed them otherwise the chocolate balls will start to get soggy and soft and they don't taste as nice then.
These are great desserts as they're quite healthy and very filling too because they're quite big. To have as a snack during the day or as part of your lunch at school or work, these are perfect.
I have tried lots of the different Muller Corners in the past - they seem to offer something for everyone, ranging from museli throught to toffee hoops. So when I spotted the ever so crunchy Strawberry Shortcake, I just couldn't resist!
Muller Corners are a great snack that can be eaten anytime during the day, the Muller Crunch Corner products are 150 grams of different flavoured yoghuts accompanied by a small portion of crunchy goodness - usually something chocolatey. You can add as much or as little of the crunch as you like as the yoghurt and crunch come in two seperate triangles.
The Strawberry Shortcake yoghurt consists of strawberry flavoured milkshake yoghurt, which sounds sickly but is actually sweet and not overpowering, and small white chocikate covered shortcake balls, which melt in your mouth. I think they are a really good mixture together, the flavours complement each other and the mixture of the textures is scrumptious.
They are more fattening than an ordinary yoghurt but they are perfect as a snack or a yummy dessert. They contain 155 calories (per 100g), so aren't too calorie ridden. There are no artifical sweetners or preservatives, which makes them even better for you and one pot counts as 22% of your daily recommended calcium allowance.
The yoghurt is sold indiviually in most supermarkets for around the 50p mark but sometimes there are special deals where you can get 3-5 Muller Corners for £1, which is when I always pick them up. They are also found in packs of 6 along with other flavours which can often be found on offer for £2. I really enjoy these as a little indulgence.
Yoghurt is a highly sought after dessert and theres no doubt in that and Muller have taken this one step closer with the muller crunch series. This is when they have 150gm of yoghurt along with a small portion of crunchy biscuit/ choclaty goodness to mix and enjoy. This review is based on the strawberry shortcake.
Consisting of strawberry flavoured milkshake yoghurt and white chocolate coated shortcake balls this treat is a delicacy on the tongue. The shortcake balls definetely put the crunch in the muller crunch and go well with the yoghurt. The pot does have a little extra calories for a yoghurt but for a dessert once in a while its worth it.
Calories (per 100g) 155
The cover does boast about to artificial preservatives or sweeteners and a special mention is made abut it having 22% of daily recommended calcium allowance.
The pot itself is sold individually at around 50p but a much better option would be to buy it in packs of 6 where they are mixed with other flavours adding to the dessert experience. Best offers usually found in iceland and sainsburys in my opinion where you get 2 packs for £4 where each pack contains 6 pots. Look out for more flavours and try them all to find the one you like the most.
Crunch corner strawberry shortcake is one of the less popular crunch corner yoghurts I have seen on sale. That's not to say its not a nice one, its just different and not quite in the
Crunch corners are yoghurts in a square container. The container has an easy hold in half line in the middle which diagonally splits the two sides in half. The bigger half contains strawberry yoghurt and the smaller part contains rectangles of shortbread coated in white chocolate.
The idea is to fold the pack in half and put the shortbread into the yoghurt, mix it in then eat all in one go. The best thing about crunch corners is that they are very generous with their toppings, they give you enough of the chocolatey bit to satisfy the yoghurt.
The strawberry yoghurt and white chocolate shortbread really compliment each other. The two taste extremely good together. The yoghurt is creamy and fairly thick, but not too thick. It is not lumpy and it is creamy. Overall this is a nice yoghurt and a good addition to the crunch corner family.
I love Muller Crunch Corners, they are really funky!
When I was younger I loved the idea of different flavours and mixtures in separate compartments and that I could mix them together or eat the separately - it was all so new and novel!
Muller has always come up with new flavours to keep up-to-date and this is one of my favourites that are sold separately for about 54p or in multi-packs of six with different flavours in them...
The white plastic pots contain 150g of yogurt and a separate compartment of more solid substances that you can tip into the plain yogurt to mix up the combination - it's really fun!
This flavour I am reviewing is 'Strawberry Shortcake' which contains strawberry flavour milkshake yogurt which is yummy, and white chocolate coated shortcake balls which are crunchy and cool!
The use by date is usually at least three weeks if you look carefully on the supermarket fridge shelf ;)
The calories per 100gram are 155 so not low but this does contain biscuit bits remember!
Sugars are high as well at 17.4g and fat content is 5.8g per 100g also...
The write up on the label says 22% calcium of an adult's daily allowance and there are no artificial colours, sweeteners and preservatives so that's good new :)
For allergists there may be nuts contained in this dairy product, milk obviously and gluten plus soya....
The crunchy crispy gorgeous shortcake pieces are like little pellets and I like to mix half in the yogurt and eat half just dry for the sweet flavour! The yogurt is really lovely and creamy and is coloured pink with the strawberry juice in it.
It smells really natural when you peel the lid of life back, lol, and the contrast of soft and hard textures works well together too.
Although there is a lot of sugar you don't get the dry aftertaste of artificial sweeteners which can be unpleasant :(
This is one of my favourite products and is great as an instant dessert form the fridge; it is very filling and satisfying too.
Five stars from me though not good on calories if you are dieting...luckily I am not! ;-p
(...and yes I do lick the lid, dooyoo?!)
Muller Crunch Corners are on offer in Morrisons at the minute, you can get a multipack containing 6 Crunch Corners for £1.40. That works out at an amazing 23p each!! Needless to say we have quite a few in the fridge at the minute. This Strawberry Shortcake one is in the purple wrapper multipack, and you get two of these alongside two Chocolate Digestive ones and two Choco Crunch ones.
When I first opened this particular yoghurt up I was surprised to find an almost neon pink yoghurt inside! It's actually marketed as strawberry milkshake flavour, rather than just strawberry yoghurt, which is really quite appropriate. This definitely does not look like your standard strawberry yoghurt after all. As with all crunch corners, I had to tip the seperate compartment containing the crunchy topping into the yoghurt section. Once mixed in, this made for a really unusual and unique dessert.
The strawberry milkshake flavoured yoghurt absolutely tastes like what it's supposed to! Which for a yoghurt is really quite a strange thing indeed. It's sweet, really thick, a bit creamy and sweet some more. There's a definite taste of strawberries, though it's the artificial flavouring kind and not the actual real fruit flavour.
The shortcake bits are really tasty and make over all flavour all the more creamy. They're little shortcake balls that are then covered in a generous layer of white chocolate. The shortcake is authentic tasting, and despite being on the small side, you get that sensation of crumbliness that you would get from biting into an actual piece of shortcake.
I was surprised by these as they didn't taste how I had expected them to taste, but I really did like them. I'd happily eat them again, even if I had to pay twice the price that I did. Nutritionally these aren't horrific, though I wouldn't say they're healthy either. Each pot is 150g, and in 100g there is 155 calories, 17.4g of sugar and 5.8g of fat. Actually, that is really quite bad isn't it? Not going to put me off though...
As part of the weekly shop, we normally buy yoghurts and Tescos frequently has offers for the Muller range of yoghurts. Last weekend we bought 6 crunch corners of various varieties for £2. One of the flavours was the strawberry shortcake variety.
What is it? A slightly unusual yoghurt flavour, this is described as "strawberry milkshake flavour yoghurt with white chocolate coated shortcake balls."
Packaging and appearance: The configuration of this pot is similar to other crunch corners. The pot weighs 150 g and is covered by a foil lid. One section contains a thickish, creamy yoghurt, with a corner containing the shortcake "balls". The yoghurt is a light pink colour, which looks quite enticing. The balls are about the size of sweetcorn and there is a good generous helping of these in the smaller corner.
Smell: The yoghurt does not have a noticeable smell other than a mild yoghurt aroma. The balls do not have any noticeable smell.
Taste: The taste combination between the yoghurt and the balls is excellent. The yoghurt has a nice hint of strawberry that is not too strong or sweet. The balls are easy to bite into, but give a satisfying crunch. The shortbread inside the balls is quite potent and noticeable and you get a tasty shortbread aftertaste which gives you that taste of biscuit goodness.
Value for money? From buying this multipack, this works out to be just over 33p per yoghurt which is good value for a sweet snack.
Healthy?: Unfortunately not. The crunch corners are quite high in sugars - per 100g, 17.4% is present as sugars, and 3.3% is present as saturated fat. So although they are tasty, they are by no means particularly healthy and should be considered as a treat. Full nutritional information is given below.
Overall: This crunch corner has an excellent taste combination and is good value for money on the multipack deal. However, the sugar content is quite high, as it the saturated fat content so this product is better as a treat.
Typical values per 100g
of which sugars 17.4g
of which saturates 3.3g
I consumed many a crunch corner when I was little, mainly though the traditional ones such as banana chocolate flakes or the toffee chocolate hoops. I was pleasently surprised to find a whole new range of crunch corners, one being the strawberry shortcake one. Each corner retails on its own at 54p however Asda has a super offer on at the moment of 10 corners for £2. We took advantage of the offer and among our purchases was the much anticipated, strawberry shortcake!
I say I was quite surprised as I was expecting this to be more dessert type yogurt. Strawberry shortcake normally being a mid afternoon snack or an after dinner treat, I was quite surprised to find it was infact a crunch corner.
The pot was very appealing to the eye. A pale pink colour with the word CORNER written in red writing and strawberry shortcake. I was surprised to realise this corner was a "crunch corner" and not the expected "dessert corner". In the top right hand corner of the pot, the illusion is given that the foil lid is being peeled back, revealing a delicious looking helping of white chocolate balls.
There is also a product description on the lid. "A strawberry milkshake flavoured yogurt, with a seperate helping of white chocolate covered shortcake biscuit balls". The description sounded too good to be true, being a lover of all 3, strawberry milkshake, white chocolate, and shortbread.
Peeling back the lid, I am met with a sweet strawberry smell, luring me in further. A pale pink yogurt sits in the larger triangle of the pot, and in the seperate, small triangle compartment, is a helping of little white shortbread balls. The appearence of the yogurt looked very nice and I couldn't wait to dig in..
Scooping some of the pale pink yogurt into my mouth, I was hit by an instantly sweet taste. I definitly detected a definite strawberry flavour, slightly reminding me of milkshake, but not as much as I would have liked.The yogurt was definitly different to the other muller strawberry flavours, something quite unusual, but something quite pleasent. Moving over to the white chocolate balls, I spooned some up and popped into my mouth. The first thing I tasted was infact white chocolate. After a couple of sucks however, the white chocolate tasted had banished and I was left with a little biscuity ball. The shortbread inside was delicious, somewhat resembling good scottish shortbread.
Mixing the two combinations together, a delicious experience was created. The yogurt stood out wonderfully, yet the shortcake balls made themselves clear too!
After I had finished, my sweet craving had definitly been curbed. Unfortinatly the yogurt pot only gives the nutrition values per 100g, which was pretty annoying seeing as this yogurt was 150g. The information, even if it was in 150g would have been pretty useless too as it is printed in tiny black writing, almost impossible to be read.
Referring to Muller's website for the information, I was told that each strawberry shortcake corner would provide one with 231 calories and a rather scary 8.6g of fat. Compared to some of the other muller corners this is one of the higher options! If you are on a diet, or watching your weight i'd stay well clear, or eat in moderation, as a treat now and again.
The corner would be perfect for a sweet treat mid afternoon, or even for a delightful pudding after lunch or tea. I wouldn't say this is a breakfast corner unlike some of the fruitier ones!
Overall I was pretty impressed with the corner. The taste was glorius, and although there wasn't a strong smell, it was enough to tempt me in further. I would definitly reccomend, perfect for all ages, however not so perfect for some situations. They would be easy enough to pop into you'r childs lunchbox though they make take up a bit of room, but i'm sure your child wont be complaining!
5 Sense summary-
*Texture- thick, creamy yogurt, crunchy balls
*Sight- Pale pink yogurt and little white balls
*Scent- slight strawberry
*Taste- slightly milkshake flavoured yogurt, sweet, slight white chocolate, delicious shortbread.
This has to be one of my favourite varieties of 'Muller' yogurts. The exuberant pink yogurt that is playful and exciting, along with the white chocolate coated crunchy mini balls that dissolve in your mouth. The mix of runny yogurt and crunchy chocolate biscuit balls is desirable! It's no wonder they are my favourite!
The packaging is colourful and shows you exactly what to expect in your yogurt, so there's no unwanted surprises. I like the fact that it highlights that the yogurt has no artificial colours or flavours, just 'Muller' doing their bit for your peace of mind! Great!
There are some yogurts in the 'Muller' range that cheat you out of the chocolately bits. I had one the other day and the small pot on the side was only half full! Another reason why I like one so much is that they don't skimp on the white chocolate biscuit balls, it's a wonder why they do on some and not on others?
With regard to nutritional information, the yogurt is 231 calories, which isn't bad considering the chocolate element. You can feel like you actually got something worth that amount of calories! It's low on salt content, and does do bad on the fat front with just 5.7g per 100g. Unsurprisingly the sugar content is a lot higher at 17.4g per 100g. I can guess this being down to the chocolate biscuit balls and the pink yogurt, but really this is only 17.4% So is there much to complain about?
I've always found these to be a little expensive, I mean 52p for a yogurt? Maybe it's just me. They are currently on offer at 'Tescos'; 4 for £2.00, a great saving of 8p! Wowie! However 'Sainsburys' have a better deal of 8 for £2.00 which is a hefty saving of £2.16! Too good to miss! Think I'll have to get on down to 'Sainsburys'.