Keto Fruit Yogurt

Everyone I start on keto always asks the same question eventually.  Can I have fruit?  I always give them the run around because fruit generally isn’t an acceptable keto food item…except for berries.  Certain berries are low enough in sugar that in small amounts will fit nicely into your macros.  This is why we (and by we I mean my wife!) came up with this recipe.  It satisfies even the discerning sweet tooth!  Check it out.

Keto Fruit Yogurt

  • Servings: 1
  • Difficulty: Easy
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First you will need to measure out 100 grams of your favorite keto friendly berry.  My wife chose strawberries but you can use blueberries (Slightly higher carb count.) or blackberries (Which has less carbs and are the best choice!) as well.  Add your fruit to a food processor like this one.  Then add your heavy whipping cream.  Blend them together until they reach a yogurt like consistency.  Then add your EZ-Sweetz Liquid Sweetener.  Add just a couple drops at first and taste it.  Add more if you desire.  Divide into two portions, refrigerate for half an hour and enjoy!

One Half of Recipe:  216 Calories, 20 g Fat, 0.5 g Protein, 3 g Net Carbs

 

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