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Pumpkin Spice Yogurt

It’s that time of year again! I don’t know about you, but pumpkin flavor is one of my favorite additions to fall. Here is an easy recipe to whip up when you are having that craving for pumpkin, without the guilt of pumpkin pie!

Makes 1 serving

Ingredients for pumpkin spice yogurt

  • 1 tbsp pumpkin puree
  • 1 7 oz. container plain Greek yogurt, I used Fage® 2% milkfat
  • ¼ tsp of Splenda®
  • ¼ tsp cinnamon
  • ¼ tsp nutmeg

Directions for pumpkin spice yogurt

  1. Place all ingredients in a bowl and stir until well combined.
  2. Serve immediately or place in refrigerator until ready to consume.

Nutrition facts

Per Serving

calories: 149

carbohydrates: 8g

protein: 20g

fat: 4.2g

sugar: 6.65g

fiber: 0.9g

potassium: 35.75mg

sodium: 65.6mg

Disclaimer: Type2Diabetes.com cannot guarantee a recipe that has been scaled to make a different number of servings from the original.

Comments

  • Thomas A McAtee Jr. moderator
    1 month ago

    Looks great lady!!!
    Gotta share this. Lot of people love pumpkin spiced items. I love my pumpkin spiced Kcups when they come in for the season. Told my better half that this time I’m buying a bunch of them so I can be able to drink any time during the year when I want one.

    Tom

  • Thomas A McAtee Jr. moderator
    1 month ago

    I don’t know why they do that unless they figure that certain flavors won’t go over big during rest of year. Surprised though because you can find the different flavors of herb teas at all time. But then guess coffee is different in this. When I was working for Xerox at one of the Honeywell site years ago I’d go to the admin section and get the coffee started. Wasn’t part of my job description but they always took care of me with making sure I got coffee to drink etc. So, I’d go through their spices and put into the grounds when cooking it giving them different flavors. One was pumpkin spice and also some others. I kinda screwed up one time though. I had seen one called allspice. I didn’t know what it was so I grabbed it and put some into the grounds. Ahhh, bad choice. We had to pour it down the sink, rinse the pot out and start with something else. Each time I made one they’d make sure that I didn’t touch that one again. 🙂 Good people though. One of the admins would make homemade sticky buns and called me saying to haul myself up to her office right away and grab mine before they all disappeared. I’ve been very lucky wherever I worked no matter who I worked for. I’ve always wa around good beople.

  • Katie Gutwald, RD moderator author
    1 month ago

    Such a great idea! I’m with you, why does pumpkin spice have to be an autumn only flavor? Let me know if you try the recipe! Katie

  • Katie Gutwald, RD moderator author
    2 months ago

    You are so welcome, Jess! I hope you enjoy! Katie Gutwald RD community moderator

  • Jess
    2 months ago

    I really love this season but always seem to gain weight so thank you for putting something yummy yet a bit safer for those of us who need to do the low sugar.

  • Kelly Dabel, RD moderator
    2 months ago

    Thanks for commenting Jess! So glad this looks good to you. We’d love to hear what you think if you give it a try. In addition to speaking with your doctor, this article gives some great tips for the holidays that may be helpful to you: https://type2diabetes.com/living/tips-survive-holidays/. Best, Kelly, Type2diabetes.com Community Moderator

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