The perfect school treat!
We squish fruit with a little fruit juice then coat them in delicious creamy yogurt.
Find them in the home baking aisle at Morrisons, Sainsbury's, ASDA, Co-Op, Ocado and Waitrose stores.
Fruit Bowl yummy yummy yogurt coated Fruit Flakes are the perfect back to school treat!
We squish fruit with a little fruit juice then coat them in delicious creamy yogurt. We then pack them into handy portions so you can eat them anywhere – standing on your head, in the snow, even up a mountain! We know it’s not just kids that love our yogurt treats. But it’s a big secret – as they say, ‘Mum’s the word’.
Find our recipes here:
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* : Offer "Try 1 product for £1.00”: the cashback amounts to the difference between the purchase price and £1.00. Valid for the purchase of 1 product only.
Offer valid from 08/11/2018 to 22/11/2018, and subject to availability (online supermarkets included).
You can request your cashback until 25/11/2018 at 23:59.
Eligible product(s) and Recommended Retail Price (RRP) are as follows:
- Fruit Bowl Blackcurrant Yogurt Flakes 5x21g (£2.00)
- Fruit Bowl Blackcurrant Yogurt Flakes 6x21g (£2.00)
The RRP is for information only and is subject to variation across retailers. The maximum refund is calculated by the RRP plus 20% per product.
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Tasty & handy. child thinks they are sweets & gets a fruit dose. win win for mum 👍
Bought for the kids packed lunches they love them and they are convenient but quite pricey
Creamy, fruity and really satisfying. all if their flavours are gorgeous and they make a lovely healthier treat.
Good item, different to the norm
Tasty snack for a lunch or on the go.
Brilliant product and the juices really come through. only 4 stars as the packaging is excessive.
Kids love them, great flavour and choice.
Really good product will keep this product at home always
Amazing snack that is tasty and healthy
Great taste! but cutting back on the sugar would be better.