Since then, I've been absolutely addicted to the healthy treat — sweet potatoes topped with yogurt for lunch, a baked potato with yogurt and chives as a dinner side dish — absolutely guilt-free and super healthy. It's a nice way to keep the flavors of Thanksgiving around long after the holiday is over.
Just how healthy is this tater topper? Learn when you read more.
A 6-ounce single serving of Fage non-fat Greek yogurt packs 15 grams of protein and only 90 calories, compared with regular sour cream, which contains 59 calories per ounce, as well as 5 grams of saturated fat, but no protein boost (less than a gram).
This time of year, I'm always craving comfort food, but this is one that only feels indulgent. And if baked potatoes aren't your thing, try mixing the yogurt into your mashed variety — makes them deliciously creamy and so rich-tasting.