Keto friendly with no added sugar! Chocolate covered vanilla frozen dessert bars from Costco.
It is so hot here right now so I wanted to review something frozen and delicious to start off the week! My husband picked up these Keto Skream to try and review, they’re vanilla frozen dessert bars that are dipped in a chocolatey coating. This is my first review for a keto friendly frozen dessert!
Other keto sweet treats I’ve reviewed are the NoSugar Company Keto Bombs, innofoods Dark Chocolate Keto Nuggets, CHOCXO Keto Snaps, Universal Bakery Keto Bites, Bakery Street Cinnamon Pecan Keto Bites, Bakery Street Almond Keto Bites, Buddha Brands Hungry Buddha Keto Bars and the Costco Kirkland Signature Protein Bars.
These can be found in the freezer section near all the other frozen desserts. The item number is 1551417.
These don’t taste any different than a non-keto chocolate coated ice cream bar. I wouldn’t be able to tell they’re keto if I hadn’t already known.
The chocolate on the outside is delicious, not too sweet and extremely chocolatey. The ice cream itself doesn’t have a ton of flavor and you can’t really taste any vanilla, to me it tastes like cream that’s been frozen and the chocolate overpowers the ice cream but they’re still yummy!
Overall these bars are delicious, especially if you’re on keto and want to indulge in a sweet frozen dessert.
I paid $14.99 Canadian for the box of eight keto diet safe frozen dessert bars. Definitely a little expensive but you’re paying for the fact that these are a keto product.
Each bar is individually wrapped and are perfect to serve to your friends or family who are following a keto diet for dessert or a snack! Even if you’re not following a keto diet they’re still tasty.
The bars need to be kept in the freezer and the best before date is almost two years from the date we purchased the bars.
One bar is 230 calories, 21 grams of fat, 17 grams of carbohydrates, four grams of fibre, one gram of sugar, 12 grams of sugar alcohols, four grams of protein and 60 mg of sodium.
There’s only one net carb in these bars which is great for keto dieters!
After looking at the ingredients list I can’t help but wonder if I just devoured a bar of essentially frozen butter. These bars are gluten-free and nut free if you base that solely on the ingredients listed, the bars contain milk and may contain peanuts, sesame seeds, soy, sulphites, tree nuts, wheat and triticale. Triticale is a hybrid of wheat and rye.
Give it a try!
If you’re someone following a keto diet and you’re craving something sweet and cool on these hot summer days, check out these Costco keto friendly ice cream bars!
Have you tried these? What did you think? Would you try these?
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