This Low Carb Chocolate Maple Yogurt Bowl is like dessert for breakfast, without all of the harmful sugars! Made with products sweetened with alternative sugar free sweeteners, this yogurt bowl is low in carbs, high in protein and full of flavor. Incorporate this delicious and nutrient packed yogurt bowl into your everyday meals.
Here’s What You Need For This Low Carb Chocolate Maple Yogurt Bowl:
- Low carb/low sugar yogurt of choice
- Low sugar/low carb granola of choice or this homemade trail mix
- Unsweetened coconut chips
- Sugar free chocolate chips
- Sugar free maple syrup
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- Yogurt: We are strong advocates for yogurt as a part of a low carb diet, even if the carb count is a little higher! We heard a rumor somewhere that states that basically by the time we eat yogurt, it has about half as many carbs as listed, because the fermentation feeds on the sugar! We obviously don’t know if that’s true, but we’re going to go with it, since greek yogurt especially is such a great source of probiotics.
- Your best options on a low carb diet are generally going to be going for full fat greek yogurt that is unsweetened. The best option designed specifically for a low carb or keto diet is Two Good Yogurt, our favorite flavor is the vanilla. This yogurt is really special, because it’s sweetened with stevia, which does not impact blood sugar! Two Good Yogurt is very low carb, with only 3 total carbs listed per serving. Another great option is just any Greek yogurt that’s not sweetened.
- Coconut: We love unsweetened coconut chips on our yogurt bowls. Our favorite are these lightly salted versions by Dang Foods! For this yogurt bowl, we used half of a serving (15 grams), and the macros work out to be: 100 calories, 8.5 grams of fat, 5.5 total carbs, 3 grams fiber (for a total of 2.5 net carbs), and 1 gram of protein.
- Chocolate Chips: Use your favorite sugar free chips of choice! Most popular brands out there like ChocZero or Lily’s both come in at around 1 net carb per serving! We do have an affiliate ChocZero code that will save you 10%, and that’s ‘AFullLiving’!
- Granola: We love Sola Granola! Sola makes all kinds of delicious low carb breads, hamburger & hot dog buns, sweeteners, granola and more. They are changing the game with their awesome array of products. This Maple Chocolate Granola is 280 calories per serving, 22 grams of fat, 16 grams of protein, 18 total carbs, 3 grams of fiber, and 9 sugar alcohols, equating to 5 net carbs. You can order online and get it delivered right to your door! Use the code ‘AFullLiving’ for free shipping. Sidenote: we don’t earn off this particular code, it’s just for you guys! 🙂
- Granola Substitute: If you’re waiting for your Sola Granola to arrive, make this super easy 15 minute low carb cinnamon trail mix to top your bowls instead! For 1 serving of this homemade granola, it’s 298 calories per serving, 29 grams of fat, 5 total carbs, 3 grams fiber equating to 2 net carbs, and 7 grams of protein.
- Choc Zero Maple Syrup: Our absolute favorite sugar free maple syrup is by Choc Zero. They make all kinds of delicious chocolates, maple syrups, and other sugar free syrups that we keep stocked in our pantry. For one tablespoon of the maple syrup it’s only 32 calories and only 1 net carb! You can use our code ‘AFullLiving’ at checkout on their website to get 10% off your order! Use it a for a variety of uses, like a yogurt bowl with our low carb cinnamon trail mix, no sugar added maple glazed carrots, or this stack of keto pumpkin pancakes!
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Let’s Make It!
There’s no real right or wrong way to make this delicious yogurt bowl! Simply place yogurt in the bottom of the bowl, then layer with toppings, and finally, drizzle with your maple syrup.
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Until Next Time,
Briana & Chamere
Low Carb Maple Chocolate Yogurt Bowl
- 1.5 servings greek yogurt (or any low carb yogurt of choice)
- 60 grams SOLA Maple Pecan Granola (could sub homemade trail mix or any low carb granola)
- 14 grams unsweetened coconut chips
- 14 grams sugar free chocolate chips
- 1 tbsp sugar free maple syrup
- Put yogurt in the bowl.
- Layer with granola, chocolate chips, and coconut chips.
- Drizzle with maple syrup!
These nutrition facts are provided as a courtesy and are only estimates. We cannot guarantee the accuracy.