This is my unboxing of the September 2017 Keto Krate.

I was completely satisfied with my August Keto Krate, so I was even more excited with the September box showed up on my doorstep.

Below is my review, as well as my rating/score on each item on keto-friendliness level. 0 being not keto, and 10 being 100% keto.

 

Katrin Zytomierska Nougatcreme – This is basically like nutella

  • Net Carbs: 1.8g per 1 TBSP (11 TBSP in whole jar)
  • Keto Score: 7
    • Contains sunflower oil and rapeseed oil. Sunflower oil is very high in inflammatory Omega-6. While this will not knock you out of ketosis, you won’t reap the full benefits of keto if you consume omega-6 processed oils often.
    • It contains inulin, which could upset your stomach. Eat sparingly.
  • Taste/Quality: 8
    • This stuff is quite delicious. It’s like a mixture between Nutella and the middle of a creamy chocolate nougat. …But, it’s dangerous. One TBSP is just 115 calories and almost 2 net carbs. It would be very easy to over-consume this, so measure it out before you eat it. Don’t eat it out of the jar…

Skout Backcountry Organic Roasted Pumpkin Seeds

  • Net Carbs: 1g per 1.1oz (half the package)
  • Keto Score: 7
    • This has a high amount of sunflower oil in it, which again is loaded with omega 6. It’s best to minimize this oil consumption.
  • Taste/Quality: 7. I’m not a big pumpkin seed fan, but for pumpkin seeds they were okay.

Know Better Cookie – Double Chocolate

  • Net Carbs: Package claims 4g* for the whole cookie
  • Keto Score: 5?
    • This cookie is sweetened with allulose. This is apparently an actual sugar (not sugar substitute) that does not spike insulin or raise blood sugar. I want to do more research before officially claiming this cookie as keto-friendly. The rest of the ingredients are safe for keto.
    • The cookie has 28g of sugar, all of which are allulose. Do your own research on allulose and decide if you want to eat it or not. *The label claims these sugars do not count which is why they have it at 4g net carbs
  • Taste/Quality: 8. Much better than some.

The Gilded Nut Fancy Snack Co. No. 1 original blend – These are gourmet pistachios

  • Net Carbs: 5g for 1 oz (almost the entire package)
  • Keto Score: 10
    • All ingredients are safe for keto. The amount of carbs is normal for nuts, which are safe on keto in small quantities.
  • Taste/Quality: Unknown

Adapt Protein Bar – Cinnamon Swirl

  • Net Carbs: 1g for the whole bar
  • Keto Score: 7
    • Contains Soluble corn fiber, which is not technically keto. This will not knock you out of ketosis but it’s best to avoid corn-ingredients to reap full benefits of the keto diet.
  • Taste/Quality: 1. Did not like. Hard and chewy with little flavor.

Traditional Biltong Ayoba-Yo Beef Air-dried slices – This is basically beef jerky

  • Net Carbs: <1g for entire package
  • Keto Score: 10
    • All ingredients looked safe for keto
  • Taste/Quality: 7. Okay. Better than some for sugar-free options. Could use a little more grease IMO.

Roam Sticks Best. Pork. Ever – Similar to a slim jim

  • Net Carbs: Unknown but probably 1g
  • Keto Score: 7
    • Contains some Maple Sugar & Dextrose (which is another name for sugar)
  • Taste/Quality: 10. These are delicious!

In conclusion, I highly recommend subscribing to the Keto Box. For the cheap price of this box you definitely get more than your money’s worth, and it gives you quick keto food options. Some of the items have a lesser keto score but you can simply throw those out and the rest of the box is still more than worth the price. You also get a coupon booklet for some of the products so if you liked one you can order more at a discount.

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