Have it for breakfast, use it as a marinade, make a sauce from it, snack on it—we can’t imagine a world without yogurt in it. And there are so many options—flavored, non dairy, grass-fed, fruit on the bottom—how is a healthy eater supposed to choose? We perused the yogurt aisle and found the options with the least amount of sugar, so you can have all the convenience and enjoyment, without the crash.
We love that Siggi’s prides itself on using very little sugar in all its products, but this one is our fave. The only sugar in these cups (5 grams per 125-gram serving) comes from the yogurt itself—there is some naturally occurring sugar in all yogurt—and the added unsweetened fruit. Available in Banana-Cinnamon or Peach & Mango.
You know grass-fed dairy and meat products are better for you, so you may already be grabbing this tub for recipes, snacking and more. Bonus: It’s low sugar, with just 4.5 grams per half cup.
There is a bit of added sugar in these coconut- and cashew-based nondairy yogurts—but it still quite low compared to other brands (6 to 7 grams per 113-gram cup). Available in Berry, Lime, Mango and Coconut.
When it comes to low sugar, it’s hard to beat zero. Kite Hill’s almond-based nondairy yogurt has the rich creaminess you want in a yogurt and zero grams of sugar. Enjoy it on its own, drizzle on a little raw honey, add some berries or chop up some cucumbers and olives to fold in and top it with olive oil and sea salt for a luscious savory snack.
Greek yogurt from Australia—why not? Especially when it’s made with organic milk from small family farms, and has just 3.5 grams of sugar per half cup. The mild flavor makes it perfectly versatile for dips, to dollop into soup or just eating off the spoon.
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