Good advice above. Keep an eye on her and watch for lethargy, wobbly on here feet or just not herself. If she shows any of these signs then you will need to get some Nutri-Cal in her system or if you dont have this then some honey or Karo syrup. If you have some on hand then I might would go ahead and give her a bit of Nutri-Cal, if she want lick it from your finger then put some on your finger and put some on her gums. Also take the skin on the back of her neck and lift it up a bit, if it snaps back into place she is hydrated but if it goes back slowly then that means she is dehydrating, if this is the case then give her some water in a dropper or have her lick some ice or something along those lines. While she is acting fine there isnt no real alarm but better to know what to do in case she starts acting funny. If she gets lethargic and you give her the Nutri-Cal/honey/syrup then you need to get her to the vet as they can go down hill fast.
Also if you opt for yogurt make sure you get plain and make sure it is NOT sugar free.
I hope she gets to feeling like herself again soon