Chocolate Yogurt Pops is such an easy snack to make, it should be a crime. The ingredient list is short, simple and healthy and your family will love the taste.

Chocolate Yogurt Pops Prep Time: 10 min
Ready: When frozen

Servings: 4

8 oz plain Non-fat Yogurt
1/4 cup sugar-free Cocoa Mix
4 medium Paper Cups (6 oz)

In a bowl, combine yogurt and cocoa mix. Mix well. Spoon into paper cups and set the cups in a muffin tin. Insert a wooden popsicle stick in the middle of each cup. Freeze solid. To serve peel away the paper cup and eat at once. Recipe makes four servings.

Tips & Notes
Have you noticed that the yogurt section of most grocery stores has practically taken over the dairy aisle? It’s getting harder to find more traditional dairy foods, such as cottage cheese and sour cream, amid the sea of yogurt options. But it only makes sense that a food with as many health benefits as yogurt be given prime real estate in the supermarket.
First off, your body needs to have a healthy amount of ”good” bacteria in the digestive tract, and many yogurts are made using active, good bacteria. One of the words you’ll be hearing more of in relation to yogurt is ”probiotics.” Probiotic, which literally means “for life,” refers to living organisms that can result in a health benefit when eaten in adequate amounts.
Probiotics are specific to certain strains of these “good” bacteria. Many provide their benefits by adjusting the microflora (the natural balance of organisms) in the intestines, or by acting directly on body functions, such as digestion or immune function.
Keep in mind that the only yogurts that contain probiotics are those that say “live and active cultures” on the label.
Remember that yogurt comes from milk. So yogurt eaters also will get a dose of animal protein plus several other nutrients found in dairy foods, like calcium, vitamin B-2, B-12, potassium and magnesium.

Nutritional Information Per Serving
Calories: 66
Total Fat: 0g
Saturated Fat: 0g
Cholesterol: 3mg
Sodium: 132mg
Total Carbohydrates: 10g
Dietary Fiber: 1g
Protein: 6g


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