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[Recipes] Greek Yogurt Chocolate Pudding – 110 Cal, 14g Protein, 4g Sugar

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When it comes to soul-devouring chocolate cravings, it doesn’t get more perfect or belly friendly than my Greek Yogurt Chocolate Pudding recipe.

This simple, LEAN take on chocolate pudding packs all of the creamy, delicious flavor you’ve come to love from the old childhood favorite minus the calories, fat, sugar, and artificial ingredients. With only 110 calories, 4 g sugar, 3 g of fat, and a whopping 14 g of protein, it’s a not-so-guilty pleasure you’ll fall in love with the instant it hits your tongue.

Not only is it a waist-shrinking, muscle-building powerhouse, but it’s loaded with disease-fighting, anti-aging antioxidants in the form of pure, unsweetened cocoa powder. Give it a try — you only need 3 ingredients and 2 minutes of free time to whip it together.

 

Cook & Prep Time – 2 minutes
Servings – 1

 

Main Benefits:

 

Ingredients –

  • 1 Siggi’s 2% plain skyr yogurt or Fage/Chobani plain greek yogurt
  • 1 tbsp. Hershey’s unsweetened cocoa powder
  • 1 packet Stevia

 

Directions –

1. The Greek Yogurt Chocolate Pudding Recipe only requires 3 ingredients — Hershey’s unsweetened natural cocoa powder, stevia, and 1 plain greek yogurt. I HIGHLY recommend Siggi’s 2% plain skyr as it’s uber creamy, loaded with probiotics, devoid of sugar, and has no artificial sweeteners or ingredients. If you can’t find Siggi’s, plain Chobani, Fage, etc. all work. Get the 1% or 2% for added rich-ness.

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Step 1: Gather All Greek Yogurt Chocolate Pudding Ingredients

 

2. Add 1 tablespoon of Hershey’s unsweetened cocoa powder, 1 packet of stevia, and a shake of salt.

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Step 2: Add Stevia & Cocoa Powder

 

3. Stir thoroughly until all ingredients are fully mixed. That’s it — enjoy! This can also be frozen if you prefer “frozen chocolate pudding.”

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Step 3: Stir Thoroughly & Enjoy

 

Nutrition Facts Per Serving –

  • Calories – 110
  • Fat – 3 g
  • Saturated Fat – 2 g
  • Total Carbs - 4 g
  • Sugar - 4 g
  • Protein – 14 g



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Bryan DiSanto

Owner & Editor-in-Chief at Lean It UP
Bryan DiSanto is the Owner & Editor-in-Chief of Lean It UP, ACE-CPT & CSN, NYU graduate, ex-fat kid, and all-around fitness/nutrition nutjob.

When he’s not working on his (or somebody else’s) abs, whipping up Eggocados, or running a Tough Mudder, he’s probably off yelling at a Carolina Panthers game somewhere.

9 Comments

  1. @LeanItUP that “pudding” looks awesome! Trying it this weekend!

    • @heyshawntae it’s beyond easy, definitely do!

  2. @LeanItUP looks awesome, yum!

  3. When I first saw this I was super excited that I could diet and not feel like I was having to give up all of the good stuff. Needless to say, I was very disappointed. it tasted like CRAP! so gross. I even added an extra packet of sugar and it just did not help at all.

    • sad to say I agree, this did not even remotely resemble “chocolate pudding”. I dumped it into a smoothie with banana, more cocoa, and more sweetening so as not to waste it but it was frankly inedible.

    • This is a lot of cocoa for the average person. A true chocoholic will enjoy it, but you might want to decrease the cocoa and perhaps increase the sweetener if you have a big sweet tooth.

  4. This is amazing! I used to buy Yoplait chocolate yoghurt years ago but they stopped making it, this is even better! Thanks for the recipe.

  5. I just use the nesquik powder (two tablespoons for 60 calories) and it tastes awesome.

  6. I had to add a splenda packet, the stevia is just not sweet enough for me. I also added more salt than just a shake to hide the tangy yogurt taste. It was better. I wonder if a little bit of natural peanut butter would be good with it…hm.

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