Tuesday, September 10, 2013

müller

DSC04344 Recently tried these yogurts by Müller, a German maker that is marketing in the US through Quaker.

Both were on the sweeter side, I prefer my yogurt plain and unsweetened.

Out of the two, I enjoyed the greek version with caramelized almonds.

Not sure I would buy them again, but I'm glad I got to try them.

8 comments:

Rowena... said...

Now those combos I haven't seen here. But I did try their exotic "mix" line: Bora Bora (coconut yogurt with lime nibs), Marrakech (green tea yogurt with choco-orange nibs), and Brasile (plain yogurt with papaya and mango). All of their flavored stuff is just TOO SWEET!

K and S said...

Those combos sound good Rowena! it's too bad their flavored yogurts are so sweet :(

Take care.
Kat

KirkK said...

Hey Kat - Have seen the commercials for it all over the place!

K and S said...

I saw them too Kirk, which is why I tried them :p

Take care.
Kat

smoothie summer 110 lbs said...

When I lived briefly in Germany, Mueller yogurt was one of the cheapest brands and also had the most preservatives/additives/c chemicals. So even I, an American, looked down on Mueller. I can't believe they have the balls to represent German yogurt overseas. They will give European yogurt a bad name. One of the best German yogurt brands I recall is Landliebe. It had simple ingredients, wasn't too sweet, and came it cute glass jars that you can take back to the supermarket to get your deposit back. I loved Landliebe so much, especially the strawberry and vanilla flavors.

K and S said...

Landliebe sounds good Smoothie Summer.
I especially like the idea of bringing the bottle back to refill.

Take care.
Kat

K said...

I bought a few of these (yay for sale + coupon) - and I agree they are v. sweet, I did like the vanilla yogurt with the chocolate crispy balls in the corner though.

K and S said...

I'm glad you got them on sale, K!

Take care.
Kat