EasiYo™ Bio-Strawberry Yoghurt
EasiYo yoghurt from New Zealand is packed with live probiotic cultures such as acidophilus, bifidus and casei that give yoghurt its legendary health properties. Packed with calcium, and very economical, it is so simple to make.
Specially formulated for use with the EasiYo Yoghurt Maker only.
Each sachet makes one litre of fresh yoghurt.
Cat Ref: SKU 11706
5 x 240g sachets
- Suitable for vegetarians
- Gluten free
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Ingredients (as on packaging): pasteurised whole & skimmed milk solids* (61%) from free range cows, sugar, strawberry flavouring, live lactic cultures (l.bulgaricus, s.thermophilus, l.acidophilus, bifidobacteria), natural colour (beetroot red). *contains natural lecithin derived from soybean.
EasiYo™ Bio-Strawberry Yoghurt Customer Reviews
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Best flavour” by Mike Goulden
Does anyone not like strawberry flavour? This one's a beauty, our favourite flavour. Not too sweet or strong. Yoghurty pefection.
Do not miss out on this one.
Perfect Strawberry Flavour” by Catherine
Lovely, not too sweet, not too sharp, just yummy strawberry goodness. This is my favourite easiyo flavour I think. It has just the right level of creaminess too, it is just on the right side of indulgent. A tip for anyone who's new to easiyo, if you have difficulty getting the yoghurt to set it's because the temperature of the yoghurt is too low (it took me a while to work this one out!). In the winter months especially tap water is really really cold, and that stops the cultures doing their stuff. If you have consistency issues (or just like the yoghurt thicker) mix tap water with cooled boiled water (just a tiny bit, about a centimetre or so of pre-boiled water, left for about five minutes or so should do it).
Great yoghurt!” by Marie
I love this yoghurt, it tastes of strawberries and is just very yummy to eat. It makes up very easily and is such an economical way of buying yoghurt that I don't know why everyone doesn't do it!
One thing I'd like to see at Lakeland is the lowfat fruit flavour yoghurts which I've seen elsewhere, in berry, apricot, lemon and vanilla. I've never tried them but understand that they are lovely and they would be a good addition to the selection on offer here.
A note from the team: I've passed your lowfat flavour suggestion on to our buying team for them to keep it in mind for the future.