Low Carb Snacks To Your Home!
Keto Krate is one of the best tools you can have on a low carb diet! They expertly curate and send full-sized, low carb products to your doorstep every month. Each Keto Krate is full of brands, both new and well-known. The products can range from sweet to savory and are always less than 5 grams of net carbs! Best of all, they require their featured products to be maltitol-free (the harshest of the zero-carb sugar alcohols).
Have you been eyeing Keto Krate but haven’t given it a chance? Use the code “KRATEAHOLICS” at checkout to get 15% off your first box! Try it out and see what you’ve been missing!
But first, take a look at November’s box and its yummy contents!
King Made Jerky Buffalo Style
King Made Jerky is absolutely incredible. These tender cuts of beef were seasoned in a Buffalo styled sauce with brown sugar, vinegar and cayenne pepper. The mix of spicy and sweet gives this jerky a nice, rich flavor we can’t get enough of! The buffalo style beef jerky is only one of the three flavors they make and after trying this one, we are excited to try the remaining two.
This almond dark chocolate bar is, in fact, perfection. Naturally sugar free, it was voted the best tasting sugar free chocolate! It doesn’t have the bitter taste dark chocolate usually has, thanks to the erythritol and vanilla extract. If you aren’t a big fan of dark chocolate, Chocoperfection bars come in several flavors, including milk chocolate so you can definitely find the one you like best.
Nutlight Hazelnut Milk Chocolate Spread
This Nutella alternative helps keto dieters make the best of their healthy lifestyle. With the addition of the chicory root, erythritol, and stevia, this chocolate hazelnut spread allows you to indulge your craving for Nutella absolutely guilt free. With only 2g of net carbs, this sweet spread will leave you happy and satisfied.
KZ Clean Eating Breakfast Cereal
This breakfast cereal is a great addition to an all-natural, low carb diet. Coconut lovers will especially enjoy the blend of coconut chips and nuts in this wheat free cereal. Roasted in cold pressed coconut oil, this cereal will be perfect for a nutritious breakfast. You can enjoy this mix with almond or coconut milk or your favorite yogurt to start your day right!
Pili nuts have the highest fat content and the lowest carb count of any nuts, making them a perfect keto snack. They’re great for eating on the go and come in two flavors: Coconut Oil with Himalayan Sea Salt and Spicy Chili. High in magnesium, potassium and calcium, Pili Nuts are a great addition to a healthy diet. You gotta try them!
Monterey Jack Cheese and Pumpkin Seeds
LC Foods has been providing people with low carb products for several years now and they’ve been doing a hell of a job. This snack is only one of the myriad of products they have in stock and one visit to their website opened up a whole variety of choices for us. Their snacks are all natural, diabetic friendly and are very convenient for eating on the go.
Keto Krate’s service is unique and convenient because it saves tons of time on researching products and separately purchasing each one. The box comes right to your door once a month and has a lot of different low carb foods waiting to be discovered. You’re bound to fall in love with something new and delicious with each box.
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You can enjoy these and many more products every month by signing up to Keto Krate on their website.
Disclosure: Keto Krate was kind enough to send the products mentioned above in the hope that we would enjoy them and share it with you all on Tasteaholics.com. All opinions are our own and we only recommend products we use personally and believe will be a good fit for our readers.
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