5 Worst Frozen Yogurt Scenarios

Trendy tart frozen yogurts start out as skinny treat, but it’s wickedly easy to bring them into hazardous nutrition territory.

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Butterfinger Baby: Yogurtland
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2. Butterfinger Baby

Oops, that creamy peanut butter flavor came out so fast that almost half the container (1 cup) is full of yogurt. Well, it’s still less calories than ice cream, right? So you sprinkle on four spoonfuls (about 1/4 cup) of crushed Butterfinger and guess what? You just dumped almost a whole candy bar—230 calories, 9.4 grams fat, 4.8 grams saturated fat, and 36 grams of sugar—on a 240 calorie portion of froyo. Total damage: 470 calories, not to mention the saturated fat.

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Instead, try our Candy Queen combination which features equal amounts of Kit Kat, chocolate-covered raisins, and crushed Butterfinger.

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