Sojade Natural Soya Dessert 250gAverage Reviews Customer Reviews Write Review
Water, whole soya beans, selected live cutures of which bifidus and acidophilus.
Energy 210kJ/50kcal, Protein 4.5g, Carbohydrate 2.4g (of which sugars 2.4g), Fat 2.5g (of which saturates 0.37g, monosaturates 0.62g, polyunsaturates 1.55g), Cholesterol 0mg, Fibre trace, Sodium 60mg.
Sojade Organic Natural with Bifidus and Acidophilus. Contains Live Cultures which are believed to have a beneficial effect on digestion and dietary balance.
Dairy Free, Gluten Free, Lactose Free, Organic, Vegan, Vegetarian
Customer reviews - Sojade Natural Soya Dessert 250g
RecipesFruity Thick Shake -
Sun 18th Dec 2011
Blend together 150 g soft fruits (berries, mango, banana, peach, apricot, or kiwi fruit), 250 ml Sojade natural soya dessert, 250 ml fruit juice (orange, apple, pineapple or cranberry), 50 g ground almonds, 2 tbsp runny honey, 3-4 tbsp wheatgerm and a dash of ground cinnamon. Add some ice cubes and serve.Reviewer's Name:
Reviews creamy -
Sat 4th Aug 2012
Surprisingly nice. I wasn't expecting this to be so creamy and tasty. It would make a great healthy alternative to cream with some fruit crumble or another pudding. I had it with freshly picked blackberries.Reviewer's Name:
Miss F C ThorneCool & Creamy Green Yoghurt Dressing -
Fri 10th Aug 2012
Mix 250 g natural soya dessert with 3 tbsp or more of olive oil and blend together with 1/2 chopped cucumber, 1 chopped sweet Spanish onion, 1 large diced green pepper and 2 chopped garlic cloves. Good with cold new potatoes, salmon, or mixed green salad.
DinahOnly one of its kind -
Wed 24th Apr 2013
If you cannot tolerate sugar, Soyade is the only brand that offers a sugar-free, dairy-free alternative: it's creamy and tasty. Also tastes great if you add a few fresh raspberries. The pots (with lids) are rather handy to freeze leftovers or sauces.Reviewer's Name:
Vanessa Coldwell -
Mon 29th Apr 2013
This is the healthiest soya yoghurt I have found and is good value for money. One suggestion for creating a fruity flavour yoghurt is to mix approximately 83 g of this with 11 g of xylitol and 100 g of smooth fruit puree (e.g. one 100 g pot of prepared fruit puree which is available in the baby food section of shops). Reviewer's Name:
Leanne Good alternative -
Tue 30th Jul 2013
Good alternative to natural yoghurt as I am lactose intolerantReviewer's Name:
Wed 18th Jul 2012
Try mixing thinly sliced fennel and finely chopped mint leaves with natural soya yoghurt for a lovely side dish.Reviewer's Name: