Muller Light launches Millionaire Shortbread yoghurts that are less than 99cals

If you fancy the taste of a yummy Millionaire's Shortbread but are watching the pounds at the moment, then you'll be excited to hear about the new Müller Light flavour.

The brand has revealed a new Millionaire Shortbread flavour yoghurt – and what's even better is it's less than 99 calories pot!

However, don't wait around to buy it, as it's only a Limited Edition flavour, so could disappear if you wait around too long.

According to reports, those who want to get their hands on them can currently find them on the shelves at Asda.

The new yoghurt was shared on popular food Instagram account newfoodsuk.

A photo was shared of the stylish packaging as well as the product itself.

This was posted alongside the caption: "New Limited Edition Muller Light Millionaire Shortbread Yogurt! These are very tasty indeed, but unfortunately these do have a watery consistency to them! Now available at @asda."

One of the account's 228,000 followers exclaimed: "Now that will be heaven in a yogurt."

While another added: "I need these!!!"

A third chimed in: "Yum! I have to go to Asda this evening."

While a fourth chimed in: "They look yummy."

As well as Asda, the yoghurts also are on sale online at Ocado for £3.89 to get a pack of six.

The description reads: "Müller Light yogurts are now thicker and creamier tasting than ever whilst having no added sugar, fat free, high in protein and only 99 calories or less.

"A delicious yogurt snack to enjoy anytime of the day, with all the tasty varieties on offer, the toughest choice is deciding which one to try next!

"Enjoy no added sugar, fat free Müller Light yogurt at only 99 calories or less per pot."

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Vegetarians will also be pleased to know that the yoghurts are suitable for them too.

If you want to have a go at making your own desert instead of buying one, you may want to try a recipe that has recently gone viral for homemade 'Pop Tarts'.

Thousands of Reddit fans praised a baker for his tasty homemade pastries – and you can make them at home and swap out the fillings and toppings to whatever you fancy.

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