A while back, I discovered my favorite Weight Watchers friendly yogurt, Wallaby’s Organic Nonfat Yogurt.

Well, recently, Wallaby has outdone itself with their new Organic Lowfat Greek Yogurts — holy moly, they are FANTASTIC! So incredibly rich and creamy, I was blown away by how delicious they are.

They come in a two compartment container, so you can control how much of the fruit you want in your yogurt. My husband and I are still debating whether it’s best to just dump in all the fruit at the start, or to scoop a little bit of the Greek yogurt, then scoop a bit of the fruit onto the same spoon and eat it that way. Regardless, any way you choose to eat it, you will love it.

Each container just ranges from 3-5 Points, and is absolutely worth it, in my opinion. Thick, velvety and decadent this is, hands down, my absolute from yogurt.

Wallaby Organic Greek Lowfat Yogurt

The new Wallaby Organic Greek Yogurts come in 5 amazing flavors…Blueberry, Cherry, Strawberry, Honey and Plain I have tried them all, and each one is seriously amazing.

Here’s what Wallaby has to say about their new Greek yogurts:

“Our new Greek low-fat yogurts are authentically strained, rich in protein, and made with premium organic ingredients. In addition to straining, we use our traditional, unhurried cooking process to develop the texture of these yogurts naturally and authentically—bringing you a Greek yogurt that’s not only organic, but unparalleled in taste. The unique two-compartment cup allows you to control how much fruit is added to each thick and creamy spoonful. What you may not be able to control is how much you love each and every bite!”

The plain flavored is 3 Points, the Blueberry, Cherry and Strawberry flavors are 4 Points each, the Honey flavored is 5 Points.

Serving size is one 1 container
Each serving = 3 Points, 4 Points, or 5 Points

PER SERVING: 130-180 calories; 2.5-3g fat; 7-30g carbohydrates; 12-17g protein; 0g fiber


  1. Probably the reason it is so good is that it has 16 grams of sugar!  For those of us watching our sugar intake, there are healthier yogurts so look out for that if it’s a concern – or use plain yogurt & add your own fruit.

    • Thanks – that was helpful.  I do have to watch my sugar.