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Muller Dessert Inspired Yogurt ... Yep, It's Yogurt and this is a Giveaway


Let me begin by saying I like yogurt. It's on my weekly grocery list.  I pack it for lunch.  My kids take yogurt for lunch.  My family and I eat yogurt regularly for snacks.  That said, when I signed up for the Muller Dessert Inspired Yogurt BzzAgent campaign, I didn't expect to find myself writing a blog post about yogurt but...



My local grocery store had Muller yogurts on sale for 10 for $10 and since I'm a BzzAgent I received a package with some free product coupons plus some extra coupons to share.  I was disappointed to find only 1 flavor in stock (Peach Cobbler) and I'm not a peach cobbler fan so no Muller yogurt that shopping trip.  A few days later I returned to the store and all four Muller Dessert Inspired Yogurt flavors were in stock.  OH YEAH!!!

HAVE YOU TRIED Muller Dessert Inspired Yogurt YET?

We tried all four varieties and here's what we thought.

Loved the graham cracker crumble and strawberry swirl of the Muller Dessert Inspired Yogurt Strawberry Cheesecake flavor.  A whopping 200 calories, it's a calorie laden snack but just walk a few extra steps to work it off.  Muller Dessert Inspired Yogurt is worth it! 

Strawberry Cheesecake
Muller Dessert Inspired Yogurt Raspberry Brownie Supreme had me scraping the container to make sure I got every single drop.  OMG, this was the best thing EVER!  I wasn't too keen on the brownie bites but the yogurt was rich and flavorful with just the perfect amount of sweet and tangy.  The raspberry ribbons swirled into the vanilla yogurt leaving me wanting more.  Yes, it's that good.
Raspberry Brownie Supreme
As I mentioned earlier, I'm not a fan of peach cobbler, or any cobblers for that matter. Hubby and the kids, well they love it so I let them have a go at the Muller Dessert Inspired Yogurt Peach Cobble flavor.  Everyone gave it 2 spoons up!  The cinnamon pecan crisp mix-in was very tasty and the big, recognizable slices of peaches were a huge plus.  Not as syrupy as I expected.
Peach Cobbler

Muller Dessert Inspired Yogurt Dulce de Leche Delight was the Three Boys and an Old Lady overall winner!!!  Caramel drizzled yogurt with a hazelnut and waffle crisps mix-in won everyone over.  The kids even asked for more of this one!  Now it packs a punch at 220 calories but it's so worth it. 

Dulce de Leche Delight

Overall, we loved all four flavors and will definitely include Muller Dessert Inspired Yogurt on our grocery list from now on.  

Have you tried it yet?
Would you like to?

* * * G I V E A W A Y  * * *
One lucky Three Boys and an Old Lady blog reader will win 
two (2) coupons for Muller Dessert Inspired Yogurt.






Disclosure:  Many thanks to BzzAgent for coupons to sample this delicious product.  I received coupons for free products and discounts on my next purchase and decided to share the free product coupons with my Three Boys and an Old Lady blog readers.


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