Have you ever tried those delicious Noosa Yogurts?? I love them, ecspecially the pumpkin one! However at almost $3 dollars for one small containter, I can’t afford to buy them often. So of course I thought, I can replicate this! And sure enough it was a breeze! This will be a THM S, which means it has less then 10 net carbs, and 5 or more grams of fat.
First off all you need is a can of pure pumpkin (no sugar added), 32 oz containter of Okios Triple Zero Vanilla greek yogurt, Stevia (I use PYURE brand from Walmart), creame cheese or 1/3 fat cream cheese, sea salt and pumpkin spice.
You want to add your softened cream cheese to a bowl, then add pumpkin, stevia and pumpkin spice. Mix mix mix until the batter is well combined! Try to get it as smooth as possible. Next find some small containers (I am using pyrex glass containers) and spoon some pumpkin mixture into the glass. Now this isnt an exact science, but I would say mine comes to be about 1/4 cup or less of pumpkin….I do not measure when I am filling lthe containters however.
Next, once your pumpking is in, time to add the yogurt! You are going to want to keep the amount of yogurt you add to be less then 1/2 cup ( I prob use more around 1/4 cup), since we are trying to keep this low carb!
Now you have a delicous, nutricious and low carb treat! I eat it for breakfasts, for snacks or for dessert! This little guy maxes about 8 servings and has apx 8 net carbs, 6-11 grams of protein (depending on how much yogurt you use per serving) and 5-6 grams of fat.
Pumpkin Greek Yogurt
1 32 OZ container of Okios Vanilla Triple Zero Greek Yogurt
1 can of pure pumpkin
2 tbs of stevia
1 1/2 teaspoon pumpkin seasoning
1 package cream cheese ( I use 1/3 less fat)
Dash of sea salt
Mix softened cream cheese with pumpkin, stevia, pumpkin seasoning and sea salt. Mix until smooth and well combined. Next add to apx 8 small containters. Then add vanilla greek yogurt. Chill until ready to serve.