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Forty Carrots Frozen Yogurt Calories

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author image Nicole LeBoeuf-Little
Nicole LeBoeuf-Little is a freelancer from New Orleans, writing professionally since 1994. Recent short stories appear on Ideomancer.com and in Ellen Datlow's anthology "Blood and Other Cravings." She has published articles in "Pangaia Magazine" and eGuides at StyleCareer.com. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in English from University of Washington and attended the professional SF/F workshop Viable Paradise.
Forty Carrots Frozen Yogurt Calories
A cup of frozen yogurt topped. Photo Credit arinahabich/iStock/Getty Images

If you're counting your calories, frozen yogurt is a sweet treat that, eaten in moderation, won't take a huge bite out of your daily allowances. Forty Carrot's "frogurt" is no exception.

Calorie Count

One 4-oz. serving of Forty Carrots Plain Frozen Yogurt has 100 calories, 18 of which come from unsaturated fat. The 2 g of fat in a 4-oz. serving is only 3 percent of an adult's daily recommended allowance, based on a 2,000-calorie daily diet.

Carbohydrates

Forty Carrots Plain Frozen Yogurt contains 20 g of total carbohydrates in a 4-oz. serving, 7 percent of your daily recommended amount. The yogurt contains no dietary fiber.

Protein

A 4-oz. serving of Forty Carrots Plain Frozen Yogurt contains 2 g of protein, 4 percent of the daily recommended allowance.

Serving Size

Though the recommended serving size is 4 oz., a small frozen yogurt served at Forty Carrots at Bloomingdale's, the famed New York department store, is about 10 oz.

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