Many of us prefer Greek yogurt because of its creamy texture and high protein content – but remember that full-fat types of yogurt can he high in calories and fat.
For some people who are lactose-intolerant, the live cultures in yogurt make it easier to digest.
But if you still can’t eat regular dairy yogurt, you may want to give soy yogurt a try.
Be sure to read the labels carefully because some types of soy yogurt still contain some milk and make sure the packaging states that it contains “live and active cultures,” because not all yogurts do.
Favorite Smoothie Recipes with Yogurt
Blueberry Yogurt Smoothie
Blueberry Yogurt Smoothie from The Pioneer Woman
Strawberry Banana Yogurt Smoothie
Berry Banana Greek Yogurt Smoothie from Center Cut Cook
Orange Creamsicle Yogurt Smoothie
Green Spinach Smoothie
Green Greek Yogurt Smoothie from Healthy Smoothie HQ
Papaya Greek Yogurt Smoothie from Kitchen Daily
Berry Blast Yogurt Smoothie
Flat-Belly Smoothie from Shape
Cantaloupe Yogurt Smoothie
Green Monster Smoothie with Yogurt
Green Monster Spinach Smoothie from Iowa Girl Eats
Peach Greek Yogurt Smoothie from Call Me PMC
Raspberry Yogurt Smoothie
Weight Watchers Raspberry Greek Yogurt Smoothie from Weight Watchers
Post-Party Protein Berry Smoothie
Berry Medley Yogurt Smoothie
Greek Yogurt Berry Medley Smoothie from Damn Delicious
Mango Peach Yogurt Smoothie
Mango Peach Smoothie from Aggies Kitchen
Blueberry Pomegranate Yogurt Smoothie
Blueberry Pomegranate Smoothie from Cooking Channel
Berry Kiwi Yogurt Smoothie
Chocolate Peanut Butter Smoothie
Chocolate Peanut Butter Protein Smoothie from Sally’s Baking Addiction
This recipe makes a very large smoothie – you can easily get two servings from it and this would bring each serving down to about 7* WW PointsPlus.
*PointsPlus® estimates for these smoothie recipes with yogurt calculated by Simple Nourished Living; Not endorsed by Weight Watchers International, Inc.
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