Oikos Pro Review: A New Yogurt in Town

March 15, 2021   9 Comments

Oikos Pro is a new yogurt by the team that brought us Oikos Triple Zero.

Oikos Pro Review: A New Yogurt in Town

At first I thought Oikos Pro was meant only for professional athletes and then I realized that they meant “pro” short for “protein”. Duh.

Oikos Pro has 20 grams of protein and the people who came up with it don’t want you to forget it.

Like Oikos Triple Zero, it has zero grams of added sugar but they use Stevia Leaf to sweeten it.

My favorite yogurt without any added sugar is Siggi’s Yogurt. Siggi’s doesn’t use any sweetening agent to make up for the lack of sugar (it is kinda sour).

Oikos Pro Nutrition Facts:

140 calories, 3.0 g fat, 0 g saturated fat, 8 g carbohydrates, 3.0 g sugar, 20 g protein, 0 g fiber, 50 mg sodium, 3 Green, 3 Blue, 3 Purple WW SmartPts

This version of Oikos has fat and five more grams of protein. The protein gave it a thickness of a Greek yogurt.

How did it taste? I tried the three Oikos Pro flavors that I could find - mixed berry, peach, and strawberry banana. All three had a thick consistency without the chalkiness of a true Greek yogurt.

The peach didn’t work, the vanilla was okay, and the mixed berry was truly tasty. They all had an after taste of Stevia leaf that I can taste. If you don’t taste the cloyingly sweet flavor - you might really like this yogurt.

Oikos Triple Zero doesn’t have the thick texture of Oikos Pro. Also, I found the flavor more subtle and overall it tasted less sweet.

Oikos Triple Zero uses chicory root fiber and Stevia leaf to make it sweet. I also can taste the Stevia but it is not as bad as the Oikos Pro.

Oikos Triple Zero Nutrition Facts:

90 calories, 0 g fat, 0 g saturated fat, 10 g carbohydrates, 5.0 g sugar, 15 g protein, 3 g fiber, 65 mg sodium, 2 Green, 2 Blue, 2 Purple WW SmartPts

Overall, both Oikos Pro and Oikos Triple Zero are good choices at a decent price (I paid $1 each for these on sale). My favorite is now the Oikos Pro because I think it tastes better. Perhaps I like the addition of fat to the mix.

Have you tried the new Oikos Pro? What is your favorite brand of low sugar yogurt? Thanks for sharing!

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I've tried both varieties, Triple Zero and Pro, and I have to agree, the Triple Berry is yummy. Stevia has never bothered me, and I'm not that fond of sugar anyway, so these are both on my go-to list for quick breakfasts or snacks. Add some blueberries and almonds - yum! I'm pleased to see Oikos marketing this type of yogurt...seriously, some of the new ones are more "dessert" than health food. Who wants that much added sugar in such a small package? Yikes! And thank you, Snack Girl, for keeping us updated. We need all the help we can get!

There’s no fiber in the new one .. I eat the original yogurt already..

Wouldn't buy either because I don't like the taste of stevia. My favorite yogurt is Fage Total (0% or 2%). I can add the sweetener I prefer. For a 6 oz serving I get 18 gm of protein.

Do you know of any nonfat and no dairy yogurts that fits on the weight watchers Blue plan or is low in calories and sugar. I am lactose sensitive, still want to eat healthy. I love your site and your recipes and ideas.

Thanks Debbie (Any suggestions appreciated)

Thanks for the comparison! We buy Triple Zero in bulk for our son, so I don't have the nutrition on the packages to compare to the Pro I just picked up. The vanilla Pro with some fresh strawberries and the Dark Chocolate Clusters KIND granola (1/2 serving) is perfect and tastes like a dessert!

I tried so many yogurts over the years, but went to Oikos Triple Zero when my blood sugar began to fluctuate too much when I ate those yogurts that may have more active cultures, but also have 15+ grams of sugar. I appreciated the five grams of chicory root fiber, because it can be hard some days to get enough fiber to keep everything moving in the right direction. I very much like the Oikos Pro, but do wish it contained the good dose of fiber of the Zero. I put a serving of bran cereal in it to bump up the fiber, but did the same with the Zero, which gave me a great start to the day with 10 total grams of fiber. I agree that the Pro is less peachy, but it is very creamy/milky tasting, almost like a pudding, and I still add my Heritage Flakes cereal to it for fiber content. I hope that BJ's changes over to the Pro, because their price on the Triple Zero is unbeatable, especially when there is a coupon!!!

I do not understand why Triple Zero Oikos yogurt is 3 points if it is zero fat, zero sugar. Please explain.

In response to Robin Strachan, Triple Zero is not zero sugar. It's zero added sugar. They all have 5 grams of sugar in them.

Why would I want/need the additional calories and the additional 3g of fat in the Pro? I like both and trying to figure out which should be my go to.

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