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KNOW Foods Protein Cookies, Gluten Free, Low Carb, 4g Net Carbs – Variety Pack (4 Cookies, 1 Choco Chip, 1 Double Choco Chip, 1 Cinnamon, 1 Lemon)

May 18, 2018 - Comment

KNOW Foods Cookies are the delicious, healthy alternative to traditional, grain-based cookies Our products are natural, non-GMO, grain/ gluten-free and great tasting. Nutritionally superior to traditional grain-based cookies KNOW Foods Cookies are the first great tasting, guilt-free alternative for consumers seeking healthy lifestyles. Healthy and indulgence are no longer mutually exclusive! Enjoy a KNOW Foods

KNOW Foods Cookies are the delicious, healthy alternative to traditional, grain-based cookies Our products are natural, non-GMO, grain/ gluten-free and great tasting. Nutritionally superior to traditional grain-based cookies KNOW Foods Cookies are the first great tasting, guilt-free alternative for consumers seeking healthy lifestyles. Healthy and indulgence are no longer mutually exclusive! Enjoy a KNOW Foods Cookie today.

Product Features

  • ONLY 4 GRAMS NET CARBS: Most gluten free or high protein foods are deceptively high in unhealthy carbs. Not our tasty cookies. This yummy low carb cookies provide an incredibly low 4 net carbs per serving
  • NOT LIKE ‘REGULAR SUGAR’ – These cookies are sweetened with Allulose, a delicious, low-calorie ‘rare sugar’ found in nature in things like maple syrup and jackfruits. Allulose is one of the ingredients that makes KNOW Foods taste so incredible
  • AMAZING TASTE: These delicious guilt-free cookies will melt in your mouth. Full of delicious and healthy superfoods like almonds and coconuts, these cookies make for a tasty treat that’s not only good – it’s good for you
  • GLUTEN FREE: Eating gluten, the naturally occurring proteins in wheat, barley and rye can be life-threatening to people with celiac disease. These appetizing cookies contain absolutely no gluten, making it a safe, tasty, and healthy treat
  • LOW GLYCEMIC INDEX: Have a blood sugar issue? These heavenly gifts of cookie yumminess offer a low glycemic index and don’t cause the glucose spikes normally associated with other similar foods

Comments

Diana C says:

Keto Friendly Cookies! ALLULOSE DOES NOT COUNT AS NET CARB!! I’m on Ketogenic diet and this is perfect when I have craving or too busy to eat. They taste better (less hard and chewy) than Quest bars and Costco branded protein bars. They are huge too, I can eat half at a time and save another half for later. I bought Lemon, Double Chocolates and Chocolate Chips. I like them all! It’s hard to find keto snacks with cake texture unless I make them myself. These are great for low-carb people on the go! But of course, don’t eat them excessively!Update#2: I was planning to get my second batch of Know Cookies and I wonder why they only got 3.5 stars rating. I went ahead and read some low-star reviews and realized some people don’t know allulose DOES NOT count toward net carb (I am not sure if they know the difference between total carb and net carb). Allulose is a type of sugar that occurs in nature (from fermented corn, figs, raisins, and maple syrup) that cannot be disgested by human. It seems like some people on Keto have experienced…

D. A. Ross says:

Flavorful, generously-sized snack/meal/dessert with better than average ingredients Having worked at a nutrition store, I have tried nearly every protein bar, cookie, brownie that has been marketed, with only a handful consistently at the top for flavor, nutritional content, and price. KNOW Foods is a brand I had no experience with, thus no expectations with their new Protein Cookies. Here are my thoughts:FLAVORSpot on. Often companies will tout flavor profiles that sound intriguing, but end up being a far miss. The chocolate chip cookies are remarkably good, if on the un-sweet side. No unsavory aftertaste!TEXTUREChewy and soft, not dry or brittle, nor overly dense like many protein-based snacks. Good mouth feel.NUTRITIONAL VALUE/INGREDIENTSCaloric-ally on the high side (395 cals per cookie), so better if eaten as a meal replacement or cut into portions. Macros are well-rounded, with 32g fat (mostly almonds and coconut), 42g carbs (12g fiber) and 18g protein. No foreign ingredients or fillers to be found…

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