Low Carb High Fiber Strawberry Yoghurt Recipe


Low Carb High Fiber

Strawberry Yoghurt Recipe

I love fruit yogurt but its sugar content scares me. Here is what I tried today to satiate my sweet tooth and have a healthy less than 100 calorie snack. My yesterday’s shopping included some lovely strawberries and raspberries which made me realize I could prepare fruit yogurt of my liking.

While eating low carb, it is important to increase fiber content in food which I did by adding a spoonful of psyllium husk (Isabgol). Read why psyllium husk is a boon for weight watchers here.

Low Carb High Fiber Strawberry Yoghurt Recipe

Low Carb High Fiber Strawberry Yoghurt Recipe

Here is the recipe…..


  1. Strawberries – Raw, 50 g
  2. Thick curd (I love Mother Dairy Dahi) – 200 g
  3. Psyllium Husk – 1 tsp
  4. Stevia powder – according to your taste. (Stevia is zero carbs, natural sweetener)


  • Mix with curd, stevia and Psyllium husk.
  • Beat well, refrigerate and enjoy as a healthy low carb snack 🙂

Makes two serves.


  • Calories – 87
  • Carbs – 11g
  • Fat – 3g
  • Protein – 4g
  • Calcium – 168 mg
  • Fiber – 4 g
  • Net Carb – 7g (Total carbs minus fiber)  🙂

So what are you waiting for make it and enjoy your low carb dieting 🙂

P.S. –  For the Raspberry, version check Kanan’s Facebook page here.

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  1. this is always a staple at my home, everyone loves it but the idea of adding psyllium husk is great 😉

  2. Anamika, we can always afford 7 net carbs for a full bowl, though I like to keep my serving in the fridge and then keep having a spoonfull whole day after meals as dessert. works for my sweet tooth. 🙂

  3. Anamika 20 carbs doesn’t mean TOTAL CARBS — it means NET CARBS– and then you can always have half serving in one day. If you really wish to cut more carbs then keep curd and full fat cream 50% each. Adding isabgol gives you more fiber and helps you eat more variety of foods. Hope I can make myself clear. ::)

  4. Anjalee, dont put stevia while making tea in the pan. Put it in prepared tea in your mug. Do the same for all eatables, add it in the end.

  5. Yupp Kannn ji & Taru, used it in the same way & still its bitter.. i mean stevia pill is bitter when i tasted it directly.. may be i got defective piece.. lemme check

  6. Anjali I was just going through some articles on Stevia and read that some people find it bitter in taste— I think You are one of those— 🙂 Will have to develop taste for it.

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