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How Many Calories Are in Frozen Yogurt Compared with Ice Cream?

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author image Grace Covelli
Based in New York, Grace Covelli has been writing since 1996. Her work has appeared on various websites, many of them health-related. Covelli completed a course in writing for children and teenagers and received a diploma for natural health consulting with highest honors. She also studied reflexology, Reiki and esthetics. One of her hobbies is sewing.
How Many Calories Are in Frozen Yogurt Compared with Ice Cream?
It's best to compare frozen yogurt and ice cream by the fat content. Photo Credit RSTurner/iStock/Getty Images

Frozen yogurt and ice cream contain calcium that contributes to strong bones, but ice cream contains more calories. Ice cream also contains more fat.

Calories

A half-cup serving of whole milk frozen yogurt contains 110 calories. The same amount of regular ice cream contains 134 calories. A half-cup serving of low-fat frozen yogurt contains 107 calories, and a half-cup serving of low-fat ice cream contains 114.

Considerations

According to the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute, cutting back on fat consumption can help you lower your intake of calories. A gram of fat totals 9 calories. One hundred grams of fat-free vanilla ice cream contains 138 calories, but 100 grams of soft-serve vanilla frozen yogurt with fat in it contains 159 calories.

Types

Frozen yogurt and ice cream are made in a variety of flavors. Flavored yogurt made with whole milk contains 115 calories per half-cup serving. Low-fat flavored yogurt contains 96 calories. One-half cup of whole milk chocolate ice cream contains 143 calories. A little more than half a cup of light chocolate ice cream contains 127 calories.

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