Being a yogurt lover on a low-carb diet can be tough. Most yogurt brands that are sold in stores are high in sugars and low in fat, which means more carbs (and less of that healthy fat that we know is good for us on a low carb, high fat diet).
However, if you are really craving some yogurt, you do have options. Here are 4 low-carb yogurt brands that we've ranked based on a variety of factors, including carb count, availability, calories, fat, and protein.
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#1: LOWEST CARBS: YQ by Yoplait (Plain)
Calories: 110 Protein: 17 grams Total fat: 3 grams Net carbs: 2 grams Added sugar: 0 grams
Not only does Yoplait's YQ yogurt have the lowest carbs of all of the yogurt brands we vetted, but it also has the most grams of protein. Because of those two factors, we rate YQ yogurt #1 on our list of keto-friendly and low-carb individual-sized yogurt brands.
Buy it here: [ https://www.yqbyyoplait.com/find-us/ ]
#2: Two Good Greek Lowfat Yogurt
Calories: 80 Protein: 12 grams Total fat: 2 grams Net carbs: 3 grams Added sugar: 0 grams
Light & Fit's Two Good yogurts is the newest addition to the low-carb yogurt market, and we totally approve. We rate this yogurt #2 on our list because of its availability at a wide range of supermarkets.
#3: LOWEST CALORIES: Dannon Light & Fit, Carb & Sugar Control
Calories: 45 Protein: 5 grams Total fat: 1.5 grams Net carbs: 3 grams Added sugar: 0 grams
Dannon Light & Fit's Carb & Sugar Control is #3 on our list because of its low-calorie count. It's also one of the lowest-fat choices on our list if that is something you're worried about. Although, fat is totally good for you and important on a balanced keto diet.
Buy it here: [ amazon.com ]
#4: Kroger Carbmaster Yogurt
Calories: 80 Protein: 12 grams Total fat: 1.5 grams Net carbs: 3 grams
Ranked #4 on our list because of limited availability, Carbmaster yogurt is exclusive to Kroger stores. This is an affordable option if you have a Kroger grocery store near you.
Want More Low Carb Yogurt Options?
Let us know in the comments what your favorite low-carb options are!