The Collective Launches New Range Of Guilt-Free Yoghurt Mousse Desserts

The Collective ( has recently launched a brand new range of deliciously decadent but reassuringly guilt-free gourmet Yoghurt Mousse dessert pots.

Hot on the heels of the successful launch of their award-winning daring dairy yoghurt range, The Collective have revolutionised the traditional mousse recipe, swapping cream for their signature West Country milk yoghurt to create an incredibly light but truly indulgent dessert.

With fewer than 130 calories per 90g pot, The Collective's innovative recipe is not only kinder to waistlines but also brings to life the delicious flavours from their gourmet ingredients, for an irresistible taste.

Made in Britain and available in four different flavours, every variety of Yoghurt Mousse is under 5% fat, is free from gluten, artificial colours, flavours and preservatives and provides a delicious alternative to heavy and calorie-laden desserts.

Each pot contains fluffy, bubbly yoghurt mousse floating on either a generous layer of intensely flavoured fruit compote or salted maple caramel. The range is available in the following four flavours:

Sassy Madagascan Vanilla, with a layer of sweet Scottish raspberries
Cheeky Banana, with a layer of decadent salted maple caramel
Dreamy Alphonso Mango, with a layer of exotic passion fruit
Tantalising Lemon, with a layer of fresh Sicilian blood orange

The Collective's Yoghurt Mousses are sold in twin packs - perfect for sharing, but light enough for those who want to enjoy both, guilt-free!

In fact the mousses are the perfect choice for individuals wanting to get beach ready for the summer but are still looking to enjoy something sweet, whilst avoiding high calorie options.

The Collective's Yoghurt Mousses are fresh and must be kept chilled.

The range is available to buy nationwide at Tesco and Ocado and Waitrose, Co-op, Booths and Nisa stores from May RRP £1.89 for a twin pack of two 90g pots.

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