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