Yeah the Aero mousses are nice... it's actually the exact same product as the Nestle Diet Chocolate Mousse... if you look at the nutritional panel it's exactly the same I'm not sure if one is more expensive than the other but yeah
The Nestle Diet passionfruit yoghurt is really good. I like my yoghurt to be a little tart but not suck-your-face-in sour...this one's nice. Actually the vanilla one is awesome too is you want something a little sweeter.
My fave yoghurt is Jalna - they have fat free flavours but at the moment I'm indulging in Vitalize (which is 98% fat free). Jalna is one of the few yoghurts I've seen around that has no added preservatives, sugar or sweetner. Vitalize contains 10 vitamins & 10 fruits so I usually eat it when I'm feeling like a bit of a boost.
Yes, the Aero mousse and the NEstle DIet mousse are the exact same thing and both made by nestle. They cost the same too. At my supermarket the nestle diet are always gone first - does everyone buy them just because they say diet and the aero ones dont? I dont know but they are yummy. The Nestle diet yoghurts are good too and lower in sugar than the yoplait equivalent. ALthough, I tried the Dairy Farmers youghurt the other day and that was DIVINE It is not a diet yoghurt but it was so nice and creamy! I also buy the SO Good icecream - OMG it is so yummy! I dont like soy products but you really cant tell this is soy icecream it tastes exactly like the real thing! I think its about 90 cals for two scoops It comes in choc, vanilla, caramel (yum) and I think boysenberry? I try not to buy it too often because its addictive and I end up eating heaps more than i should
I made those sweet potato chips on the weekend (to watch to footy with), they were really nice (although I have to invest in a cutter that cuts them paper thin. My 11 year old ate most of them and she HATES sweet potato. So thanks for the tip.