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Mochi Yogurt: Calories by Size

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Gord Kerr's professional background is primarily in business and management consulting. In 1991, Kerr started writing freelance for a small local newspaper, "The Summerland Review," and a leading sailing publication, "Cruising World Magazine." Kerr has a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from Wilfred Laurier University.
Mochi Yogurt: Calories by Size
Mochi is a fat-free frozen yogurt dessert. Photo Credit Jupiterimages/Creatas/Getty Images

Mochi yogurt is a frozen treat that you can personalize by flavor and topping choices. You may fill a 4-oz. container with yogurt in a flavor such as green tea, coconut, strawberry, taro and mango. Then sprinkle a combination of your favorite toppings -- such as almonds, chocolate chips, M & M's, fruit or graham crackers. You pay for your creation by the ounce, explains the Mochi website.


For each 4-oz. container serving of Mochi yogurt, there are 110 calories. Mochi yogurt is non-fat and free of cholesterol. Carbohydrate count is 24 g or 8 percent of the daily value, or DV. Sugars amount to 22 g, according to Mochi yogurt nutritional information.


Mochi yogurt contains active live cultures and is rich in probiotics, which have numerous health benefits such as improved digestion. Sodium content in Mochi yogurt is 30 mg or 1 percent of the DV. Mochi yogurt has 3 g of protein and no dietary fiber. A source of calcium, Mochi yogurt supplies 8 percent of the calcium DV, based on a 2000-calorie diet.

Extra Calories

The total number of calories by size will depend entirely on how you top your 4-oz. frozen yogurt. For example, if you add 1 tbsp. of chopped almonds, you will add 16 calories. By adding 1 oz. of diced mango, you add 18 calories. That would bring the total calories to 128 for 5 oz. of dessert. The addition of 1 oz. of strawberries will add nine calories. A tbsp. of M & M's adds eight calories. A sprinkling of about 1/8 cup of coconut topping adds 34 calories.

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