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Fat-Free Chocolate Yogurt Snack

Snack Attack: Hot Chocolate Gets Cold

About this time of year, there may be nothing better than sitting in front of the fire with a cup of hot chocolate. But, when you're at your desk and the afternoon sweet craving hits you, a hearth and a cup of marshmallows may not be too easy to find. Have no fear, a cup of yogurt is here. Instead of cozying up to a toasty mug, satiate your sweet tooth with a no-fat treat that will bring images of the flames to your mind sans the fat and calories that accompany most cocoa filled snacks.

All you need is a cup of fat free vanilla (or plain) yogurt and a packet of fat free Swiss Miss hot chocolate mix. As simple as can be, just pour the dry ingredients into the yogurt container and swirl it up. You won't believe the flavorful snack is fat-free and chock full of protein and calcium. You just may find yourself scooping this up in front of the fire!

Nutritional value hot chocolate and yogurt: 160 calories, 0 g fat, 29 g carbs, 1 g fiber, 22 g sugar, 10 g protein

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Spectra Spectra 6 years
I do this, but I just use cocoa powder, a little splash of vanilla, a little Truvia, and a dash of cinnamon in plain nonfat yogurt. It's VERY yummy :)
dd-sugar dd-sugar 6 years
I like hot chocolate (need hot in winter!) but not all the processed ingredients. I found a good alternative in using Trader Joes unsweetened cocoa powder (surprisingly affordable), a little organic powdered milk, and stevia to sweeten. Antioxidants and fiber in the cocoa, plus yummy! I make my own plain yogurt, so guess I could try adding cocoa powder, but I like my yogurt tart not sweet. Worth a try!
dd-sugar dd-sugar 6 years
I like hot chocolate (need hot in winter!) but not all the processed ingredients. I found a good alternative in using Trader Joes unsweetened cocoa powder (surprisingly affordable), a little organic powdered milk, and stevia to sweeten. Antioxidants and fiber in the cocoa, plus yummy! I make my own plain yogurt, so guess I could try adding cocoa powder, but I like my yogurt tart not sweet. Worth a try!
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