Müller corners started life as a yoghurt pot that had a small corner of fruit, and we called Müller fruit corners! But things have changed since those days and now there is some fantastic flavours and style to choose from. So let’s grab a spoon and get folding those corners…
10 – Rhubarb & Custard
Part of their classic desserts range is this pot that features Rhubarb & Custard in the main pot and some tasty biscuit crumble in the folding corner.
9 – Easter Eggs
Released only in Europe this Easter Egg edition features apricot yoghurt in the main pot and some candy eggs in the breaking pot. Not sure I like the look of this one.
8 – Nut Waffles
This very rare hazelnut waffle corner sounds like something that people would have voted for in the “chosen by you” range. Sadly it seemed people didn’t like it and they are no longer available.
7 – Pirate Fun
If you have been sailing the 7 seas looking for the ultimate Müller Corner then look no further than this sour yoghurt with sweet crunchy golden nuggets!
6 – Apple & Pear
Part of the “Voted for by you” range this style of fruit corner goes back to its original routes. I would love to know who voted for this recipe because it wasn’t me!
5 – Kids Corner Fashion
With footballs for the boys and “Fashion” for the girls is it all a little bit daft. Well, it might be aimed at girls but the thought of pink and yellow chocolate shoes in a Vanilla yoghurt sounds pretty good to me!
4 – Christmas Yogurt
This is just too cute not to munch. With 3 variations of chocolate covered Reindeers and a big pot os vanilla flavour yoghurt, it’s making me feel Christmassy right now!
3 – After Dinner Mint
This is just one of the “Delux” range of yoghurt corners but definitely the best out of all of them. It has a peppermint yoghurt and chocolate covered pearls.
2 – Footballs
It seems to be an attempt to gets kids to eat more yoghurt, but what is really impressive about this dessert is how good the mini footballs looked, they really do look like footballs!
1 – Cookies and Cream
Seems they couldn’t get a deal with Oreo, but I still think this is one of the rarest and best recipes out there. If only they could strike a deal with the real Oreos.