I love yogurt but tend to eat it too fast (not much to chew). To boost the nutrients AND make it 'chewy' I add either... Nuts (walnuts, pecans, almonds, etc.) Fruit (strawberries, blueberries, bananas, etc.)
Adding nuts or fruits to yogurt makes me slow down and enjoy the yogurt more while adding extra nutrients! Seems to be more filling too!
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I mixed mustard into low fat Greek yogurt to eat along with meat, sandwiches and wraps. To replace thousand island dressing, I mixed half a teaspoon of ketchup into yogurt. When eating seafood, I mixed a little wasabi into 2 tablespoon of Greek yogurt and use as sauce. It helps me to increase my protein intake while reducing carbs and fats.
0 % or 2 % Greek Low fat yogurt.
To me the chocolate ones are tastier than Fiber One. But I don't like the almond one. When I want something different like caramel or apple I go to Fiber One. But whatever- I like to break up the bar and put it in different flavors of yogurt- I feel like I am having a dessert b/c of the chocolate.
And the snack- has lots of fiber and portien (yogurt-Dannon Light& Fit)
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