It’s been a while since we’ve received some goodies from a company and in the past the results have been hit or miss. A few weeks ago I was contacted by the Quaker Oats company about trying some Muller yogurt, a popular European company that is now available in the US. I eat yogurt on a fairly regular basis for breakfast and thought that worst case scenario this would at least be a week’s worth of free yogurt. Little did I realize that I would have found my new go to yogurt for a cheap breakfast (although White Cow will always be my favorite).
They sent us almost every flavor that they offer in the US including their Corners low-fat yogurt and Greek yogurt and a couple flavors of their FrutUp Cups. Their Corner packages with low-fat plain yogurt offer several different toppings, we tried all 6 varieties: Choco Balls (pictured below), Crispy Crunch, Choco Flakes, Granola, Blueberry Jam and Strawberry Jam. The yogurt itself has a nice flavor and they included enough toppings to really ensure that each bite had a good mixture. The Choco Balls tasted more like a dessert than breakfast and their sweet strawberry jam was very enjoyable. The Greek Corner’s are essentially the same product except with a more tart yogurt, they don’t offer as many varieties and mainly offer fruit toppings.
The FrutUp’s consisted of typical low-fat yogurt cup but instead of a jam/fruit mixture these had a fruit mouse that was very light and really easy to mix into the yogurt. They actually gave the yogurt a really velvet-y texture, we tried a couple of their flavors but really enjoyed the strawberry and raspberry cups.
Alli and I really enjoyed the yogurt. On a recent trip to the grocery store I actually restocked my fridge with a couple Corner’s and FrutUp’s. They’re pretty affordable, the Corners run for $1.29 while the FrutUp’s are $0.99. Next time you’re shopping in a Wegmans or Tops and your checking out the yogurt/dairy section, give Muller a try.