These Costco keto bites pretty much taste like you’re eating cardboard.
Today I’m reviewing the Costco Universal Bakery Keto Bites! I saw these at Costco last week and had to pick them up to try.
I’ve reviewed a bunch of keto products available at Costco! innofoods Keto Crackers from Costco, Bakery Street Cinnamon Pecan Keto Bites, Carbonaut Low Carb Keto Bread, NoSugar Company Keto Bombs, innofoods Dark Chocolate Keto Nuggets, CHOCXO Keto Snaps and the Folios Cheese Wraps from Costco are just a few of the reviews I’ve done for keto products from Costco.
You can find the Costco Universal Bakery Keto bites in the same aisle as the boxed cookies and the Aussie Bites, not in the bakery section. The item number is 1535014.
These might taste good to someone who’s been on keto for like five years but these are NOT good. They pretty much taste like you’re eating cardboard or dust. Both Sean and I tried them and we were like “uh uh, not good”.
The Universal Bakery keto bites are dry, chalky, grainy and have very little flavor. The only flavor you get is coming from the chocolate pieces.
The chocolate pieces in the keto bites are the only redeeming feature and may be the reason why an individual on keto might find these appealing because the chocolate does taste like chocolate but the rest of the keto bite has zero flavor.
I 100% don’t expect keto foods to taste amazing but there are some far better keto products I’ve tried that are much more enjoyable than these.
I paid $9.99 Canadian for the 709 gram container of keto bites which actually isn’t totally unreasonable for an item from Costco with the word “keto” in the name of the product.
The keto bites come in a plastic round tub that has a resealable lid. The best before date listed on the bites is a month from the date we purchased the Costco keto bites!
I guess these are convenient if you’re on a keto diet and are craving something slightly sweet with chocolate in it, you could have them for breakfast, as a snack or for dessert.
One bite is 120 calories, 10 grams of fat, eight grams of carbohydrates, three grams of sugar, two grams of fibre, one gram of protein and 15 mg of sodium.
These aren’t gluten-free or vegan. They have wheat as well as milk from butter. The ingredients list isn’t overly long and has typical ingredients I’d expect to see.
I definitely wouldn’t buy these as someone not on a keto diet and even on a keto diet I think there’s tastier keto items from Costco you could try.
Walk on by!
The Universal Bakery Keto Bites lack flavor and are ridiculously dry. I suggest passing on these.
Have you tried these? What did you think?
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