Sunday, 27 April 2014

Ben and Jerry Greek Style review and giveaway

Last year I wrote all about my pamper evening at Ben and Jerry when they launched their core range. You can read all about the exciting event here. This year they invited me to attend their launch party for the Ben and Jerry Greek style frozen yoghurts. I was really excited to attend the event but unfortunately due to another commitment I was sadly  unable to attend the event. However the lovely people at Ben and Jerry sent me some vouchers so that I would not miss out on the awesome taste of these lovely frozen Greek yoghurts.


The Frozen Greek yoghurt's come in thee lovely flavours; Vanilla honey caramel which is a luscious vanilla frozen yoghurt with a swirl of delicious honey caramel running through

The other flavour is Raspberry chocolatey chunk which is Greek yoghurt with raspberries and huge chunks of dark chocolate chunks
The final flavour we tried was Strawberry shortcake which was simply irresistible with strawberries and chunks of  shortcake. We tried all three flavours and  all four family members cast a vote  for their favorites.
I just say that the vote for the yoghurts was 4 each to Strawberry shortcake and Honey caramel with no votes from the family for the raspberry chocolatey chunks. We are not raspberry fans and the chocolate chunks were dark chocolate but I am sure raspberry and dark chocolate lovers would love this flavour.

The frozen Greek style yoghurts were rich creamy and one could not tell that they were yoghurts they tasted just like creamy icecream. The two flavours we have fallen in love with we will definitely add to our shopping lists. The yoghurts are available in most major supermarkets and retail around £ 4.99 a tub although some supermarkets are doing special offers on them as I bought mine for less.

Thankyou to Ben and Jerry for sending me the Greek Style yoghurt, all the views and opinions in this post are my own.


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176 comments:

  1. Mango and coconut would be lovely!

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  2. Oooooh coconut with milk chocolate chunks!

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  3. Lemon meringue pie.

    Rachel Craig

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  4. Greek yogurt and fresh berries
    Gertrude_gertree@hotmail.com

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  5. white chocolate and raspberry

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  6. Rhubarb, ginger, lime and coconut here, my favourite flavours

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  7. Lime, coconut, ginger and rhubarb for me:))

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  8. Ginger and white chocolate

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  9. Praline and roasted hazelnut.

    @rachiegr

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  10. Peanut butter & jelly - yum

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  11. vanilla & cinammon

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  12. ahem.......................Baileys would be popular in our house

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  13. ahem.........Baileys would be popular in our house

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  14. Raspberry and white chocolate chunks

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  15. I would go for rhubarb n custard flavour, as a kid i loved the sweets yet you dont find much things rhubarb flavoured

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  16. lemon cheesecake

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  17. Charlotte Ingham2 May 2014 at 19:28

    Lemon and Honey

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  18. Orange, mango and passion fruit

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  19. lemon and lime would be lovely

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  20. im lovin oykos yogurt right now n thr one with pear is amazing. i think that would work well and sell well also asimilar with pear just doesn't exist. anything s

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  21. i'm really enjoying the oykos yogurts right now, especially the pear one. i think pear would work well and also be very popular as there isn't lots of other pear flavour desserts out there.

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  22. chocolate and orange...actually anything with chocolate will do me

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  23. Chocolate and coconut would be amazing

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  24. marzipan and rum truffel

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  25. chocolate and biscuit crunch

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  26. Cherry and Chocolate

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  27. strawberry shortcake suits me fine (chocolate sprinkles would be an added touch) Deborah Dodge

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  28. Black Cherry and Dark Chocolate

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  29. Lemon meringue

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  30. faye huntington14 May 2014 at 19:27

    cherry pie and cinnamon! faye xx

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  31. Vanilla and caramel

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  32. Cherry and chocolate chip

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  33. bakewell tart x maria blythin

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  34. Lemon Meringue

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  35. Honeycomb and Chocolate

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  36. Richard Turner28 May 2014 at 14:51

    Banana, hazelnut & chocolate

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  37. chocolate orange with toffee chunks :D

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  38. Coconut with a touch of chocolate

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  39. Blackcurrant and Apple

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  40. Oatmeal and orange juice - Breakfast Ben and Jerrys!

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  41. chocolote and lime @bumblbea

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  42. Rose and vanilla

    @jaizduck

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  43. Strawberry & lime

    Kel Ellen Hirst

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  44. Strawberry & lime

    Kel Ellen Hirst

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