Lidl now offering a range of budget friendly vegan yoghurts

Lidl now has a permanent range of vegan yoghurts that look delicious

Jessica Lindsay for Metro:

Lidl’s latest offering to the market look like a perfect vegan dessert, and a great way to have a ‘yoghurt’ without any milk.

Their coconut pots are made with (you’ve guessed it) coconut milk, and come in a variety of flavours.

The plain would be an alternative to natural or Greek yoghurt, and work well on top of a curry or chilli. Other flavours include blueberry, mango, and strawberry.

Better still, they’re only 55p a pot, which works out at around a third of the cost of similar plant-based yoghurts in other supermarkets.

The coconut pots are set to be a permanent feature in the stores too, rather than one of their special buys, so no need to panic buy.

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