I’m excited to do this Super Fat Keto Cookie Review for you. Although I eat low carb most of the time, I can’t pass up a chocolate chip cookie when it comes my direction.
Today we’re going to figure out if these Keto Cookie Bites by Super Fat deserve a place in a keto pantry!
Here are the 5 things I’ll cover for you:
- Why I’m excited to try these!
- A detailed look at the ingredients.
- Do they actually taste good ?
- Are they really keto friendly?
- Will I be adding them to my personal keto pantry?
Why I’m excited to review Super Fat’s Keto Cookies
I love chocolate chip cookies. Lets face it… Lots of us would them if cookies were keto friendly. I’m excited to find out if I can include these in my keto pantry to cover those sweet tooth cravings. A quick look at the packaging looks promising.
They come in 3 flavors, Chocolate Chip, Peanut Butter and my favorite, Chocolate Chip! Each serving has only 2-3g of net carbs (depending on the flavor) A package contains only 2 servings. This should keep me from binging if they are good.
The Super Fat Keto Cookies are Grain Free and Paleo Friendly but the big one for me personally is the fact that they are Gluten Free.
I’m really encouraged so far!
Review of why I’m excited:
- Chocolate Chip Cookies (duh)
- 2-3g Net Carbs per serving
- Only 2 servings per package (to prevent binging)
- Gluten Free
- Grain Free
- Almond Base
- No Added Sugar
- No weird unhealthy looking ingredients
What are the ingredients?
They’re made with a Almond base vs. Enriched Flour in regular cookies. They include no added sugar or high fructose corn syrup. Plus these cookie bites are made with grass fed collagen which I take to keep my hair and skin healthy so that’s a nice bonus.
I decided to list the ingredients for the Super Fat Chocolate Chip Cookies. For comparison I also included the ingredients of Chips Ahoy cookies.
Super Fat Chocolate Chip Cookies: Almonds, Erythritol, Butter (Pasteurized Sweet Cream), Chocolate Chips (Unsweetened Chocolate, Erythritol, Cocoa Butter, Stevia Extract, Sunflower Lecithin), Almond Flour, Coconut Flour, Coconut Oil, Water, Arrowroot Flour, Eggs, Acacia Gum, Collagen, Baking Soda, Vanilla Extract, Psyllium Husk Powder, Salt, Steviol Glycosides (Stevia).
Regular (non keto) Chocolate Chip Cookies: Unbleached Enriched Flour (Wheat Flour, Niacin, Reduced Iron, Thiamine Mononitrate (Vitamin B1), Riboflavin (Vitamin B2), Folic Acid), Semisweet Chocolate Chips (Sugar, Chocolate, Cocoa Butter, Dextrose, Soy Lecithin), Sugar, Soybean Oil, Partially Hydrogenated Cottonseed Oil, High Fructose Corn Syrup, Leavening (Baking Soda, Ammonium Phosphate), Salt, Whey (from Milk), Natural and Artificial Flavor, Caramel Color.
Quick review of the ingredients:
- Made with an Almond base (vs. Enriched Flour in regular cookies)
- Made with grass fed butter
- Uses Erythritol and Stevia as sweeteners
- No Added Sugar or High Fructose Corn Syrup like in regular cookies
- Grain Free
- Gluten Free
Do they actually taste good?
Who cares if they are low carb or not if they don’t taste good! Watch me give my honest thoughts on the super fat keto cookies in this video. I actually taste test them against non keto cookies.
If you don’t have time to watch the video….. The short answer is they stand up to the store bought non-keto cookies I taste tested them against. If you like Famous Amos Chocolate Chip cookies… these are a solid keto replacement. Super Fat also has some other cool looking keto products that might be worth checking out.
Are they really keto friendly?
At 2-3g of net carbs technically yes. They are Keto Certified. However at 11-12g of total carbs per serving we need to be careful.
Depending on how you calculate net carbs, you could be consuming as many as 5-6g of net carbs per serving. Learn how to calculate net carbs properly.
Like I said earlier, one of the things I’m most excited about is the fact that each package only contains 2 servings. Even if you calculate your net carbs on the high side AND eat both servings at once you’re still under 12g of net carbs.
Keto Friendly Stats:
- 2-3g of net carbs (depending on flavor)
- 11-12g total carbs
- 3g of fiber
- 6g of sugar alcohol
Will I be adding them to my personal keto pantry?
The short answer is yes. I love cookies and like to have small keto friendly alternatives to desserts in my pantry. Personally I struggle with gluten so the fact they are gluten free is a big bonus. Finally, because like anyone else, I lack will power… the small packaging is a big seller for me.
Speaking of Chocolate Chip Cookies
If you like cookies as much as I do, check out my 2 Ingredient Keto Cookie Recipe. Kind of like the Super Fat Keto Cookies, they are not my mom’s chocolate chip cookies, but they will to the trick when you need something ‘sweet’ for dessert!