Costco keto food item review. High protein, low carb super salty!
This is a review for the Costco Everything Parm Crisps! I picked them up from Costco two visits ago and just tried them this weekend. Cheese crisps are popular right now due to them being low carb and great for folks on the keto diet.
This can be found in the aisle with the crackers, the item number is 1431358.
Right away I noticed how salty the parm crisps are, so salty but I think that’s normal considering parmesan cheese is pretty salty itself! I love how crunchy and crisp these are, very satisfying! They’re extremely flavorful but I have to be honest, I don’t really taste the everything flavor.
I find the parmesan cheese flavor completely overpowers the everything flavor and these taste mainly just like a crisp piece of parmesan cheese. They’re tasty! I’m just not really getting the everything flavor.
I paid $11.49 Canadian for the 269 gram bag of Costco Parm Crisps.
The bag reseals which I totally appreciate, the best before date is about 11 months from the date we purchased the bag of crisps.
The Costco Everything Parm Crisps are delicious on their own, or crumbled over roasted brocolli, soup, roasted brussels sprouts or a salad. I find them really satiating so I only need a few to feel full and content.
20 crisps is 160 calories, 11 grams of fat, two grams of carbohydrates, zero grams of fibre and sugar, 15 grams of protein and 370 mg of sodium. Only 370 mg of sodium per 20 crisps surprised me because I feel like these taste pretty salty!
The ingredients list is short and sweet which I totally love, no weird sounding chemical ingredients. The Parm Crisps are gluten-free and made with real cheese.
Give it a try!
If you’re on a low carb or keto diet you might want to try these for a salty, savory snack!
Have you tried these? What did you think of them?
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