Currently Munching…Total 0% Greek Yoghurt Split Pots

Normally me and dairy aren’t the best of friends, but I’ve found some yoghurts that don’t cause problems with my lactose intolerance, are all natural and taste delicious. Meet Total 0% Greek Yoghurt split pots.

I discovered, and became obsessed with, the plain yoghurt pots in the summer but hadn’t tried the flavoured yoghurts as I was always wary of added sugars and preservatives. However I couldn’t refuse when Alison offered to send me some over as I was unable to make their recent event.

It was a happy start to my weekend when this delivery arrived, with a range of yoghurts in all the new flavours – Honey, Blueberry, Strawberry and Rasberry & Pomegranate.

Total Greek Yoghurt split pots

There’s a lot to love about these yoghurts, but these for me are the best bits…

High in Protein:

Each yoghurt contains 8.3g protein per 100g, so just over 14g protein per 170g pot. This means they are surprisingly filling and are perfect for breakfast or a satiating snack.

Contain Live Bacteria:

Total Greek Yoghurts contain live active yoghurt cultures so they are beneficial to the digestive system, and don’t contain as much lactose as other yoghurts. The sugars in the yoghurt are all natural as opposed to other fat free yoghurts that often have lots of added sugars as a substitute.

The Taste:

Nutritional stats aside, there’s no denying that these yoghurts are delicious. They have a real rich creamy texture that many other yoghurts lack, and they feel indulgent even though they are relatively low in calories – the Blueberry flavour contains just 139 calories per pot.

You can find Total 0% Greek Yoghurt Split pots in all leading supermarkets. For more information take a look at their website.

Have you tried Total Greek Yoghurts?


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