I'm having some right now (plain Greek with banana, blackberries, and peanut butter). Use your own fruit so you don't get the sugary syrup mixture they add in the bottom.
I love greek yogurt because it is so much better than regular. I buy it plain and put whatever I want in it without all the added processed sugar.
I log my food in a notebook and not on the site but perhaps calorie count thinks you mean the kind of blueberry yogurt that has added sugar. Have you considered entering each food separately? Maybe they'd both be A's.
Yogurt rocks, Greek yogurt especially. As a vegetarian, I doubt I could meet my protein goals each day without it. I think CC data frowns on added ingredients, that's my guess as to why you get a lower grade.
I use non-fat plain anyway because then I can buy it in bulk to save money and still change it up each day -- my latest favorite is mixed with strawberries, blueberries and an ounce or two of GoLean Crunch. Yum beyond belief!
Yep, its the added sugar. Try buying it plain and adding your own blueberries! Some yogurts can have more sugar per a serving than ice cream. You gotta watch out for that--remember, fat doesn't make you fat, but sugar is EVIL!
And yogurt isn't a miracle food. Bloats me up like you wouldn't believe. I only occasionally eat it (in frozen yogurt form) because I LOVE it so much that its worth the pain every once in a while!
I add Fage Total 0% greek yogurt to things for creaminess, and for added protein to fill me up. One of my favorite things the past month or so has been a chilled tomato dill soup (also great warm), a good sized bowl (1.5 c) is filling and has only 66 calories.
My mom used to make salad dressings and blue cheese dip with it for a lower calorie option, the blue cheese flavor actually will get more intense if you make it ahead and let it rest a few days.
If you have a vanilla protein powder, you can add a heaping tablespoon of that to your bowl. It might make it taste better. I concur on adding your own fruit.
I will keep one or two of the flavored varieties around work so if the temptations of donuts or pizza start to make me feel vulnerable, I can break out the yogurt. It's a splurge on my meal plan, yet not so bad as everything else.