Costco high-protein, low-carb wraps that are lacking in the flavor department!
Today I’m reviewing these Bakestone Brothers Protein Power Wraps that I found during a recent visit to Costco. I knew I had to try these plant-protein, keto-friendly, high-fiber wraps and determine if they were any good or not!
Other high-protein or low-carb products I’ve reviewed from Costco are the Costco Kirkland Signature Protein Bars, Costco Kodiak Cakes Power Cakes Mix, Costco Carbonaut Keto Bread, Costco Kirkland Signature Tilapia Loins, Costco Universal Bakery Keto Bites and Costco Crepini Egg Wraps.
The wraps can be found in the bakery section at Costco and the item number is 1553155.
These are lacking in flavor big-time. Sorry to say but these protein wraps from Costco are just not good. I’d rather have more flavor, less protein and more carbs than eat these on an ongoing basis.
Although I say the wraps are lacking in flavor they do have one flavor and that’s distinct bitterness that increases in intensity the more bites you take. The bitter flavor also lingers in your mouth well after finishing the wrap. The texture is also very chewy and not at all soft.
For 15 wraps I paid $7.99 Canadian. The wraps aren’t small, each wrap is about the size of a large dinner plate.
You can keep the wraps at room temperature if you’re going to use them up quickly, otherwise I recommend freezing them. The best before date on the wraps I purchased is about three weeks from the date I purchased the wraps.
There’s a million ways you can use wraps. You can make quesadillas, breakfast burritos, fajitas or have them with cold cuts and veggies in the middle.
These high-protein power wraps aren’t that many less calories than other wraps I buy like my favorite the Dempsters Ancient Grains Tortillas from Costco. One wrap is 130 calories, three and a half grams of fat, 18 grams of carbohydrates, 10 grams of fibre, one gram of sugar, 12 grams of protein and 290 mg of sodium.
The wraps are high in protein and fibre but they aren’t the healthiest option in my opinion. These aren’t gluten-free and have canola oil and soybean or cottonseed oil.
Walk on by!
I recommend the Carbonaut Low Carb Keto Bread if you’re interested in a keto-friendly, low carb option to replace regular bread and wraps.
Have you tried these? What did you think?
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