Costco innofoods Keto Crackers Review

Gluten-free and keto-friendly crackers from Costco!

The innofoods Keto Crackers.

Another Costco keto find I’m reviewing today! I’ve reviewed a few popular keto products available at Costco, these include the NoSugar Company Keto Bombs, Rao’s Homemade Marinara Sauce and Folios Cheesewraps. Today I’m reviewing the Costco innofoods Keto Crackers.

Location in Store

The innofoods Keto Crackers can be found in the section by the other crackers at Costco. The item number is 1475642.

Taste

These remind me of the innofoods Trailbite Snackers from Costco that I reviewed about a year ago, they’re pretty similar in appearance but they don’t have any dried fruit in them and are less sweet! These have pumpkin seeds, almonds, hemp seeds, coconut and sunflower seeds! All of which is organic! These are full of a lot of healthy fats which makes them suitable as a keto product!

A bowl of the innofoods Keto Crackers in front of the bag.

These aren’t the most amazing crackers I’ve had. I’d much rather have the Simple Mills Almond Flour Crackers from Costco, but for a keto cracker, these are actually okay tasting. They’re salty and at first you just taste a hearty coconut cracker with seeds and nuts. They’re super crunchy and the seeds and nuts add just a tiny bit of extra flavor and texture. They have nutritional yeast in them, so the longer you chew the crackers the more you taste the unique savory almost slightly cheese-like flavor.

A close-up of a bowl of the keto crackers.

If you’re following a strict keto diet, these crackers probably taste pretty amazing. I don’t love them but I’m also not following a keto diet!

Cost

I paid $9.99 Canadian (regular price) for the 454-gram bag, which isn’t bad at all!

These crackers are really filling so you only need a few to satisfy your hunger, a big bag of organic keto crackers for $9.99 Canadian is pretty reasonable.

A close-up of the back of the bag showing some of the ingredients in the crackers.

Convenience

The keto crackers are perfect for a quick snack or appetizer. They go well with salsa, guacamole and cheese! The best before date on the bag is about a year from the date I purchased the crackers.

The bag is resealable which I totally appreciate because it keeps the keto crackers fresh longer, the bag also recommends you keep these in a cool, dry place.

A close-up of the back of the bag with text discussing some of the features of the crackers, including key nutritional highlights.

Nutrition

These crackers contain four grams of net carbs per serving. There are zero sugars in the crackers, and they’re organic, gluten-free, non-GMO and have no artificial flavors or preservatives! The bag does state that the crackers “may contain milk”.

Five crackers contains 100 calories, seven grams of fat, seven grams of carbohydrates, two grams of fibre, zero grams of sugar, three grams of protein and 170 milligrams of sodium.

The nutrition facts and the ingredients list for the keto crackers.

Scoring

Taste: 7/10

Cost: 7/10

Convenience: 10/10

Nutrition: 8.5/10

Overall

Give it a try!

If you’re following a keto diet, I would consider checking these out. The taste is decent, and they’re not completely overpriced as some keto products are. I would definitely recommend that keto diet followers give these a try!


Which Costco keto products are your favorite?


Please note that this review was not paid for or sponsored by any third party. This product was purchased by Costcuisine for the purpose of producing this review. The opinions in this review are strictly those of Costcuisine. Costcuisine is not affiliated with Costco or any of its suppliers. In the event that Costcuisine receives compensation for a post from the manufacturer of a product or some other third party, the arrangement will be clearly disclosed (including where the manufacturer of a product provides Costcuisine with a free sample of the product).

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28 thoughts on “Costco innofoods Keto Crackers Review”

  1. LOVE, LOVE these crackers!!! Please bring them back to Costo Middleton WI. I have been missing them for over a month now.

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  2. Great review, thanks!
    But, the bag that I tried a couple of weeks ago has a rancid smell. I like the texture, so will most likely try it again and see if the smell was just a one batch kind of thing.

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  3. This frustrates me when it’s shown to be organic, healthy and it has erythritol. I didn’t eat an excessive amount but wound up with bloating and an upset stomach. Nausea. Maybe I’m just sensitive to the sugar alcohol and I avoid it. Didn’t occur to me it would be in these crackers so I didn’t check. I avoid it as it doesn’t agree with me and in my opinion is not well researched. . I won’t eat them again. Beware if you’re sensitive to Erythritol.

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  4. Costco in Middleton, WI has a couple full pallets of them, and they can keep them. Bought them to help reduce weight and they are terrible. Thought I would have a few with my soup last night and I couldn’t even eat one, and I was hungry. Just opening the bag and smelling them turned my stomach. The coconut flavor is overwhelming and these are not savory at all. They are slightly sweet if anything but the coconut mixed with the other things just turns me off.

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  5. I noticed that the batch I bought in San Diego, CA, have the dreaded inulin in them, and they predictably caused gastric distress. Tasted OK 7/10, but no because of inulin. Why do they need to put that in there?

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  6. I didn’t like these and I’ve been keto diabetic for 4 years. But they aren’t terrible. And they most definitely ARE keto – you do not have to eliminate certain ingredients (where on earth is this ludicrous idea coming from!?). Geez, I’ve done enough research and learning into this because I’m not doing it as a fad, I’m doing it to stay off insulin as long as I can. 4g net carbs per five crackers and 1g of erythritol is keto and safe. Trust me, if it was more then my blood sugar would have let me know! And 1g/serving of erythritol is NOT going to send you running to the washroom unless you eat the whole flippin bag, which defeats the purpose.

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  7. Just went to Costco yesterday, and they did not have them anymore. Maybe they just weren’t stocked. I follow a low carb diet, and these are BOMB! I was sad not to find them yesterday.

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  8. I agree with Bee above. These are not Keto. I think it is false labeling since they have both rice flour and tapioca flour and no low carb substitute flours or fibres like oat bran. I have been thinking of writing to COSTCO and to the FDA which would likely get me nowhere. False advertising. False labeling. Don’t be fooled!!!

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    • I eat these, keeping them in my macros, and they’re great. Being fat-adapted ketogenic is about ratios, not specific foods and rules. I have been in deep nutritional ketosis for nearly a year and eat a few of these on occasion. It’s about knowing precisely what you’re eating. I realize most people do not record everything they eat, but I do.

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  9. I thought these crackers were the best cracker I’ve had in a very long time! With all the toasted seeds the nutty flavor is out of this world!!! I paired them with their merlot cheese! OMG heaven!!

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  10. Simply the best crackers I have ever tasted to date, since
    I have been on a Keto Diet. These are unbelievably – Good.

    And good for you” They sold me I’ll be buying these forever.

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  11. Hum no. These are not keto. They contain brown rice flour and tapioca flour, which are anti keto completely 🙄 Them being low carb and “with healthy fats” does not make them keto. These ingredients, even with good macros, could kick you out of ketosis. Don‘t be fooled by the false marketing.

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  12. I love the Rhythm brand of organic Cauliflower Bites sea salt. Not overly salted, nicely crunchy/crispy. Delish. Package states it is Keto Friendly. Bag holds 5.75 oz (163grams), 6g total carbs . Unfortunately Costco has discontinued this product, at least so I’m told in Michigan.

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