Give Away #4 : Creamy Vanilla with Chocolate Flakes Yogurt -Onken Vouchers-

Product testing is part of the fun of being a food writer and as we say in French "A deux, c'est mieux". This time-round, you and I are going to share. More over we are sharing a limited edition so grab a spoon and read on.

Onken is the number 1 in the UK for large pots of Yogurt, so there must be something in it. I don't mean in the pot....you cheeky. I mean, the fact that the brand is at the top. And it may be because they are going slightly against the trend.
Take this limited edition, which WE are tasting. it was launched during "diet month" but it has creamy in the title, and Onken urges us to indulge, see what I mean?
So what does it taste like? if I wanted to be pernickety, I could say : "It is thick but could be a little thicker, there are plenty of chocolate flakes and that is a real plus, rich in vanilla flavour, smooth, a little sweet. Now your turn
Give Away #4
            a set of vouchers to exchange against any Onken Yogurts  
Rules:
answer this question: "If you were to create a yogurt, which flavour would it be?" plain flavours such as strawberry are perfectly acceptable answers.
  1. Leave a comment and you will be entered in the prize draw
  2. To get a second entry Twit the giveaway and let me know
  3. and if you wanted one more entry, join PebbleSoup followers and you will get yet another (these already following will automatically get an extra entry)
Good luck, dead line- 27th January at midnight- winner announced the next day- No geographical restriction - but make sure that there is one of the 3 retailer below near you.

The Onken Limited Edition Creamy Vanilla with Chocolate Flakes yogurt comes in a 450g big pot and is available from Sainsbury’s, Waitrose & Morrison’s, with an RSP of £1.25.

15 comments:

Phil said...

i would like to create mint with chocolate yogurt

Janice said...

I would love to have a raspberry cheesecake yogurt. Thank you.

Aynslie said...

Peanut Butter and Banana Yogurt

Styles said...

WOW - good imaginative competition! OK - I would like to create a yoghurt that tastes like sweet lychee, and a herbal infusion of ginsing for morning get up and go.

Michelle @ Greedy Gourmet said...

Passion fruit! Common in South Africa but non-existent in the UK.

nursey said...

blackberry and vanilla!

Choclette said...

I don't actually like flavoured yogurts, so I would create an extra creamy plain one.

Onykahonie said...

Mine would be black cherry and chocolate!

Alanna said...

Mango for me!

Sarah, Maison Cupcake said...

I miss Mullerlight chocolate yogurts! I used to buy them all the time and can't understand why they stopped doing them.

Nancy said...

How about a tiramisu yogurt? I love the taste of tiramisu but without the calories would be great!

Anonymous said...

Plain yogurt with fresh raspberries for me.

Anonymous said...

Natural yogurt with honey - 20 million Greeks can't be wrong!

Amalia said...

Yogurt and Tahini for me.

Solange said...

What an array of flavours. What imaginative combos and the plainer ones were excellent too.

Thank you all for taking part, it has been fun to read your comments.

Hope to have a give-away a month....

si

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