Strawberry Greek Yogurt Whip

Steph Wagner

December 21, 2017

Strawberry Greek Yogurt Whip

Strawberry Greek Yogurt Whip | Weight Loss Surgery Dessert Recipe | FoodCoach.me

It’s so funny how early after weight loss surgery everything sounds sweet, too sweet, and so so so sweet and awful.

But then.

Something happens the further a patient gets out and it’s not unheard of that one of my Gastric Sleeve, Bypass, or DS patients has a sweet tooth again (or even for the first time).

It can be so hard to keep desserts and sweet treats low carb, low sugar and/or low fat.

It’s important that they DO stay low in these things because 1) you don’t want get sick and 2) sugar is addictive. Opening the door once can really throw you off your game. This is a free video that talks about “the truth about carbs” and explains more.

I know Greek Yogurt doesn’t always hit the spot, but when you can get creative flavoring something like Greek yogurt, it’s a huge bonus to hit the sweet mark but move along so you don’t fall off the path.

I love this recipe because it’s so easy to keep the ingredients on hand. You could have this for a breakfast or a nighttime snack and all will be well! This is another video on How Best to Fit Greek Yogurt into Your WLS Diet this video is free and not just for members. 


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Strawberry Greek Yogurt Whip
Strawberry Greek Yogurt Whip | Weight Loss Surgery Dessert Recipe | FoodCoach.me
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Course Snack
Cuisine No Cook
Prep Time 10 minutes
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Course Snack
Cuisine No Cook
Prep Time 10 minutes
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Rating: 4.5
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Instructions
  1. Place frozen strawberries in a small microwave safe bowl. Defrost for 60 seconds.
  2. Using kitchen shears, dice the strawberries in the bowl until slightly runny and well chopped. Add Greek yogurt and stir.
  3. Add sweetener and stir. Add light whipped topping and fold into the Greek yogurt. Serve immediately or cover and refrigerate until serving. Can be eaten alone or as a yogurt dip.
Recipe Notes

This recipe makes 6 servings. Each serving provides an estimated 2 grams protein, 3 grams carbohydrate and 1 gram fat.

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