I bought a few as they were on offer this week, I'm not keen on the texture. They are very thick, to the point it is quite dry. As they are fat-free I think the natural one would be ideal for a mix in a cheesecake base. I don't think I will buy them again unless for something specific, especially as they are normally 87p each!
I don't really like yoghurt ........... possibly because I don't like milk. That probably sounds weird, but I probably am weird. I don't have milk in the house unless I know someone's coming round for a coffee.
However, against everything I've just typed, I do buy Activia ones because they're probiotic and are fruity and creamy enough to fool me into thinking that milk was never in the equation.
I had one of those the other day too! Reduced in Tesco so worth a try - very creamy and much nicer than ordinary coconut yoghurt.
I can't abide thin, runny yoghurt and normally prefer fromage frais, but Lidl Greek is very nice and the Turkish is even better. It is very firm, which I really like, although if you give it a good stir it loosens up a little but is still very thick. The only problem is it comes in a ginormous pot that has to be eaten in two days. It is good for cooking though so a stroganoff is always a good way to finish it off.