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Why make Home made High Protein Yoghurt?

by Frankie CopleyYogi
Why make Home made High Protein Yoghurt?

(A sweet treat with no added sugar. Any plain yogurt can be used, we used greek yogurt, why not swap for a strawberry flavour for a fruity twist)

Keep reading for an easy-to-make high-protein yogurts recipe with 2 simple ingredients that you can make with your favorite plain organic and non organic yogurts!

There are so many on the market from, Arla, own brand, fage Total yogurt, Skyr with its Icelandic provisions, Full fat whole milk Greek Yogurt and non fat plain Greek yogurt. All pretty low in calories with up to 20 grams of protein per serving. You can off course add extra calories by adding your favourite nuts or cereal, or keep it low calorie. With no added sugars, its a nutritious and excellent option for Breakfast or even desert. This delicious, sweet and creamy yoghurt is mixed with your favourite protein to create a delicious flavors like Strawberry, coconut, vanilla or even Chocolate! . You will easily be able to make the best high-protein low fat and sugar yogurt, fresh, at home or at work

Protein Yogurt made with your favourite protein powder

If you are into your sport or simply know the health benefits associated with increasing your protein intake, you do not need just to take milkshakes. Making a protein yoghurt is quick and easy and using a low fat yogurt is a great way to make a low carb option too.

The Benefits of High Protein Yoghurts

High protein yoghurt offers loads of benefits, making it a popular choice for people seeking a nutritious and satisfying snack. Packed with high-quality protein, protein yoghurt helps support muscle maintenance, repair, and overall growth, making it an excellent option for those engaged in regular physical activity or looking to enhance their protein intake. Additionally, the combination of protein and dairy in yoghurt promotes a feeling of fullness, aiding in weight management and reducing the likelihood of unhealthy snacking between meals. The rich nutrient profile of protein yoghurt also includes essential vitamins and minerals like calcium, which supports bone health. Furthermore, the probiotics found in yoghurt contribute to a healthy gut microbiome, promoting digestive well-being. With its versatility, delicious taste, and diverse flavours, protein yoghurt provides a convenient and enjoyable way to incorporate essential nutrients into one's diet.

So Which is the best high-protein Yogurt?

Thats a great question, with so many organic and non organic yogurt options on the market we are spoilt for choice! All yoghurts are made with full fat milk and nonfat are low in calories, have a creamy texture are high in protein and have live active cultures. They all boast a smooth texture and have a similar high protein content. They also include live and active cultures and around 10 grams of protein per serving and no Saturated fat or added sugar. All great options what ever diet you are eating. The trick is to find try all of the yogurt to find your favourite. They all taste slightly different, some with a more tangy flavor than regular yogurt, some with vanilla, some may have a few more grams of protein per serving. Each will have some thing that may be more suitable.

With this magic low in carbs food, there is nothing to stop you enjoying a few.

How to make High Protein Yoghurts?

In a blender place half of the yoghurt and top with 1 scoop of your favourite whey Protein (I used express whey Lemon Cheesecake)

Ingredients- 500g yogurt, 1 scoop of protein.. Simple!

  1. Now place the rest of the Greek Yogurt on top of it
  2. Pop the lid on the blender and blend
  3. Halfway through turn off the blender and give it a stir to allow for an even mix
  4. Then pop the lid on and blend for an additional minute for a rich and creamy texture.
  5. Place the high-protein yoghurt in your favourite bowl and eat with your favourite fruit or a sprinkling of granola

Each serving boasts a huge 20 grams of protein per serving, has no artificial sweeteners

But i prefer Vanilla flavor Protein Yogurt.

Great! Tasty flavours of high protein yoghurts with any Express whey or isolate you desire.. simply choose your favourite whey or iso powder flavour to get the creamy nonfat snack to taste your mood.. why not top with a blueberry or two?

It's super thick how do I thin my high-protein yoghurt out?

Simply add a dash of whole milk, or nut milk like almond milk to make it a little more like regular yoghurt, you could even mix a squeeze of lemon for a tangy flavour.

What's the best time of day for these High protein yoghurts?

High Protein yoghurt is an excellent choice as a snack or a great breakfast.. benefitting from vitamin D, protein and of course a higher protein content than regular yoghurts not to forget its slow-release properties keep you fuller for longer, you could even have it as a low-fat creamy yoghurt before bed.

What other High-protein yogurt options could I try?

  1. Skyr: Hailing from Iceland, Skyr is a cultured dairy product similar to Greek yogurt. It is rich in protein, low in fat, and has a smooth, thick consistency. Skyr is often praised for its high protein content and is available in various flavors.
  2. Icelandic Yogurt (Filmjölk): Another Icelandic dairy product, Filmjölk, is a fermented milk product that is similar to yogurt. It is often consumed as a breakfast food and is notable for its nutritional content and probiotic benefits.
  3. Kefir: Kefir is a fermented milk drink that provides a good dose of protein along with probiotics. It's a tangy and slightly effervescent beverage that can be enjoyed on its own or used in smoothies.
  4. Flavored Yogurts: Some traditional yoghurt brands now offer specialized high-protein versions in various flavours. These yoghurts often contain added whey powder, making them a convenient option for those looking to boost their protein intake without sacrificing taste.

Is this Yogurt High in calories?

The calorie content of thisyogurt can vary based on factors such as the brand, flavor, and specific ingredients used in the product. Generally, yoghurt can be moderate to high in calories, especially if it contains added sugar, flavorings, or other ingredients.

What About Icelandic skyr?

Icelandic Yogurt is highly recommended by Sackmann and Maya Feller, RD, CDN . What makes Icelandic Yogurt a great yogurt to make high protein yogurt with is that it's naturally high in protein, low in sugar and full of other nutrients like probiotics and calcium. In fact, skyr is the type of yogurt with the highest protein content because it's made by straining out the whey and concentrating the protein. According to resources its one of the recommend Nutrition 12 Foods High in Collagen for Healthier Skin and Joints Weight Management per serving

Can I use Organic Vanilla Yogurt?

Yes off course but just be careful not to use one with added sugar.

Can I sprinkle a little sugar on it?

If you are wanting to add a little sweetness why not opt for natural sugar options like maple syrup or honey. This can be a great way of increasing your carbs per serving

How about Fage Total?

This is a great choice for those looking to enjoy a satisfying yoghurt treat without the excess sugar. " Th Fage Total Nonfat Plain Greek Yogurt PER SERVING (150 g) : 80 calories, 10 g fat (0 g saturated fat), 55 mg sodium, 5 g carbs (0 g fiber, 5 g sugar), 16 g protein Fage Total is a classic yogurt choice that's earned its reputation for providing a rich creamy yogurt experience that's low in calories

Best Keto-Friendly: Two Good Low-Fat Greek Yogurt

Low-Fat Greek Yogurt is often considered a good option for those following a keto diet due to its low carbohydrate content. It is specifically designed to be lower in carbs and sugars compared to traditional yogurts.

How can I add more flavour?

Top with Strawberry for added vitamins, Perhaps a little Vanilla Pod to increase the flavors

Can I use Plant based Yogurts?

Plant-Based Yogurts with Added Protein: Many plant-based yoghurt alternatives, such as almond, soy, or pea protein yoghurts, are fortified with additional nutrients. These options cater to individuals who follow a vegetarian or vegan diet and still want a high-protein yoghurt option.

Is It OK to Eat High Protein Yogurts Every Day?

In general, it is usually fine to include protein yoghurt every day, especially if you enjoy it and find it to be a convenient way to meet your nutritional needs. However, as with any food, moderation and variety are key components of a healthy day to day routine.

Cant I just use any protein yogurt?

Enjoying protein yogurt as part of a balanced and varied nutritional programme is generally considered a healthy choice. However, it's crucial to be mindful of overall nutrient intake, potential additives, and your individual health needs. Some of the store bought "Protein yogurts" contain artificial sweeteners and less grams of protein per serving, so may not be the best high protein yogurt options.

How long does it take to make your own protein yogurt?

5 Mins its so Simple! And has a high ratio protein to carbs.. a great supplement to a weight loss plan!

Will it be ok on my stomach?

For many people, natural yoghurt is easier to digest than milk, making it a good alternative for those who are lactose intolerant or have difficulty digesting other dairy products.

  1. Probiotics: Plain Greek yogurt and Natural Yoghurt contains active cultures of beneficial bacteria, often referred to as probiotics. These probiotics can help maintain a healthy balance of gut bacteria, which is important for digestion, nutrient absorption, and overall gut health.

How else can I eat it?

Natural greek yogurt can be enjoyed in a variety of ways, such as on its own, mixed with fruit or a little sugar, blended with tasty flavors like key lime, coconut, vanilla and strawberry you can top with blueberrys or used in cooking and baking, making it a versatile and convenient fat free addition to a healthy diet.


About the Author:

Frankie Copley boasts an impressive 17-year tenure within the dynamic realm of Nutrition and Fitness. Her journey has been a testament to her unwavering dedication, evolving from a Bodybuilder to conquering Duathlons (securing 2nd and 3rd places overall), mastering Triathlons (ranking within the top 10 in her age group), and embarking on numerous Half Marathons and a full Marathon. Currently immersing herself in the world of CrossFit, Frankie's passion for fitness knows no bounds.

Throughout her athletic endeavours, Frankie has navigated diverse supplement regimens and dietary requirements tailored to each sport. Not content with personal achievement alone, she channels her expertise as both a personal trainer and nutritional therapist, guiding others on their wellness journeys.

What fascinates Frankie most is the unique interplay between individuals and nutrition, recognizing that a singular approach doesn't suffice for everyone. For her, the cornerstone of any effective nutritional strategy lies in empowering individuals with accessible knowledge, equipping them with the discernment to make informed dietary choices irrespective of their athletic pursuits. She firmly believes that making nutrition transparent will give them a better chance to make informed decisions, but that if they become stuck all they have to do is ask!