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Kalyn’s Kitchen Picks: Kroger CARBmaster Yogurt

If you live near a Kroger store, this is a great low-sugar yogurt!

Are you a label reader? I’m a committed label reader, and the first thing I look for on a label is how many grams of sugar the product has.  This tasty yogurt has only 3 grams of sugar in 6 ounces of yogurt (and only four total carbs.)  I’ve been eating this for years and it’s one of those things that are always in my fridge, so I think it deserves a spot on my list of Kalyn’s Kitchen Picks, where I feature food products I’d happily buy over and over.  

I do want to clarify that this product is something I love as a snack; if I’m using yogurt as a recipe ingredient I’m probably going to choose Fage 0% Fat-Free Greek Yogurt, which is another one of my picks.   The exception would be the CARBmaster vanilla flavor, which is something I’ve used in recipes like Red and Green Fruit Salad and Low-Sugar Double Blueberry Yogurt Parfait.  I also love to eat the vanilla flavor with a handful of fresh blueberries mixed in.

In Utah I buy this yogurt at Smith’s Marketplace, but I am assuming that most Kroger stores will have it.  Of course that’s not going to be much help to readers who don’t live near a Kroger store, so I’m going to do something I rarely do when I’m talking about one of my picks.  If you’re a reader who enjoys another brand of low-sugar or low-carb yogurt that’s comparable to the sugar content of this one, please share the product name and nutritional information in the comments.  (No links to product websites please; that will just encourage spam comments.)
I purchased this yogurt myself and the company has no idea that I’m writing about their product.  All items featured as Kalyn’s Kitchen Picks are things I will happily buy over and over, and because I want readers to know that my opinions are completely unbiased, I no longer accept sample products of any kind.  You can see the complete list of products I’ve chosen under the tab Kalyn’s Picks below the blog header.
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    35 Comments on “Kalyn’s Kitchen Picks: Kroger CARBmaster Yogurt”

  1. I love, love, love this yogurt! We drive 40 miles to the closest Krogers so I can stock up. I just discovered it a few months ago. A real winner for a diabetic. 🙂

  2. I love this yogurt! I think it tastes great and I love the consistency!

  3. I love this yogurt! I usually have it for dessert after dinner. I will say that originally the jello like texture kind of freaked me out, but I've found that as long as it put it in a bowl and stir it really well, its much closer to the texture of normal yogurt.

  4. That's just how I feel about it too!

  5. This yogurt is by far the best on stats! Low calories, low sugar, high protein… I just can't buy any other kind when I look at their stats after finding this one!!

  6. If people don't want to use the ingredients that are in this yogurt, I suggest they don't buy it, but don't leave comments here "lecturing" about what it contains. I believe in giving everyone their free will when it comes to food choices.

  7. I will definitely look for them!

  8. I saw two new flavors at my Kroger. Spiced pear and vanilla chai. Both are delish!

  9. The Kroger Carb Master yogurt is so thick and creamy and higher in protein. Add a few drops of almond extract to the vanilla flavor or a little lemon extract- so good. I am crazy for the Blackberry and Black Cherry flavors. Thanks for spreading the word about this low carb product.

  10. OMG- I love this stuff!! I especially love the strawberry pomegranate, the blackberry, cheery, raspberry, strawberry banana…actually the only one I DON'T like is vanilla. They are such a great find – and so high in protein compared to regualr yogurt. I am totally addicted. I eat a couple fo them per day at work for snacks. *LOVE*

  11. I think it's sweetened with Splenda.

  12. Will have to look for the new flavors!

  13. I LOVE this yogurt also. They sell it at Dillon’s in Kansas. They have recently added new flavors – blackberry/pomegranate, cherry acai, and some others that are fabulous. I also love the vanilla. I use it to make fruit salads and also for breakfast I’ll add 1/2 banana and a handful of raw oatmeal!

  14. Anonymous, I don’t have any in the fridge right now but I’m pretty sure it’s aspartame.

  15. does anyone know what kind of sweetener is in this yogurt?

  16. Doris, I definitely wouldn’t eat the fruit ones which have bits of fruit in the yogurt. The South Beach Book says you can introduce “yogurt, nonfat flavored, artificially flavored” for phase two, so I’d say it’s probably not good for phase one even if there’s no fruit in the yogurt.

  17. Hi, will you please email me and let me know if you think the Carb Master yogurt is ok for Phase 1? Thanks 🙂

  18. Thanks! I’m in Utah and wasn’t finding much tasty yogurt and rarely shop at Smiths so now I’ll have to go there and find some!
    Love your site.
    Holly in Sandy

  19. There are plenty of phase one recipes, you just need to look through the recipe archives on the right hand side of the blog.

  20. need recipes for first two weeks