See all of the items that come in the August 2020 Keto Krate, plus learn all about how it works, what it costs (and how to save $10), and if it’s worth it in this Keto Krate review.
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It’s that time of the month again – another Keto Krate review! If you read my July 2020 Keto Krate review, you know that July’s boxes sold out really fast. At the time of this post, there are still August boxes available. If you are interested in trying Keto Krate – don’t hesitate!
Keto Krate showing up every month will provide you with lots of new low carb snacks to try. A lot of these brands are not available in stores, so this is a great way to try a bunch of delicious snacks and treats before you order a package of 6-12 items that you might not like.
If you’re interested in seeing the different types of products that come each month, you can read my past Keto Krate reviews here:
- July 2020 Keto Krate Review + Coupon
- June 2020 Keto Krate Review
- May Keto Krate Review
- April Keto Krate Review
- March Keto Krate Review
- February Keto Krate Review
What is Keto Krate?
Keto Krate is a monthly subscription box filled with keto friendly products. You will get a variety of snack products.
Keto Krate does not include products unless they are low carb (5 grams or less per serving) and also gluten and maltitol free.
How Much Does Keto Krate Cost?
Keto Krate is $39.99 a month. You can get your first krate for $29.99 using this link. Each box also contains $20+ in savings plus access to a members only store.
Please see the full review below for a break down of cost and an explanation as to why Keto Krate is well worth the money.
If you’re not happy with Keto Krate, cancelling your account is easy. Simply go to the FAQ’s on the website and choose “Cancel My Subscription?” then follow the prompts to cancel.
August 2020 Keto Krate Review
The prices listed are accurate at the time of this post.
This Keto Krate review includes some basic information about each product including the approximate price, some nutrition facts, any sweeteners in the ingredients, and my own personal thoughts on the product after sampling it.
Kiss My Keto Keto Cookies in Butter
Nutrition: Each serving has 3s gram of net carbs, 3 grams protein, 13 grams fat, and 1 gram of sugar.
Sweeteners: allulose, monk fruit
Review: I have not tried these yet but will update this section once I do.
Skuta Sea Salt Dry Roasted Pumpkin Seeds
Nutrition: Each serving has 2 grams of net carbs, 14 grams of protein, 19 grams of fat and 1 gram of sugar.
Review: I have not tried these yet, but will update this section once I do. I do want to note that this is a Canadian company. If you go to their website to purchase it takes you the Canadian version of Amazon.
Perfect Keto Keto Nut Butter in Snickerdoodle
Nutrition: There are 2 grams of net carbs, 17 grams of fat, 4 grams of protein and 0 grams of sugar in each serving.
Review: I have had nut butters like this from SuperFat and really enjoyed them (the cacao coconut flavor is to die for). This reminds me very much of those. It’s a combination of different nuts with cinnamon and MCT oil. Its actually really good, but I hate the pouch style packaging. The oil separates and no matter how much I knead them, it’s always runny and messy. If you refrigerate it, it does thicken.
Hilo Life Really Ranchy Crispy Gouda Cheese & Pecan
Nutrition: Each serving has 4 grams of net carbs, 24 grams of fat, 9 grams of protein and 2 gram of sugar.
Sweeteners: none added
Review: These were the first snack that I tried. I really loved the cheese and nut combination snacks that I’ve tried in past Keto Krates so I couldn’t wait to break into these.
I do love the crunchy gouda cheese and pecan mixture. The seasoning is good, but not very strong. I think I’d like them more if they were a little more salty, but overall I enjoyed them.
Quevos Dill Pickle “Chips”
Nutrition: Each serving has 4 grams of net carbs, 10 grams of fat, 8 grams of protein and 1 gram of sugar.
Review: I have yet to try these chips and will update this section as soon as I do. I have tried other Quevos chips and really enjoyed them. I’m sure these will be very similar.
Raw Rev Glo Bar in Creamy Peanut Butter and Sea Salt
Nutrition: Each bar has 3 grams of net carbs, 11 grams of fat, 15 grams of protein and 2 grams of sugar.
Sweeteners: none added
Review: I have not tried this bar yet, but will update this section once I do. I’m hoping that I really like them, because they have other flavors that sound really good too!
Atlas Bars Peanut Butter and Raspberry Bar
Nutrition: Each bar has 5 grams of net carbs, 11 grams of fat, 15 grams of protein and 2 grams of sugar.
Sweeteners: monk fruit
Review: I tried this bar with my 5 year old son. We both really liked it at first, but it gets to be really sweet after a few bites. We only ate half the bar and wrapped up the rest for another time. It does taste like a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, which is why we liked it.
Sweetwood Smokehouse Fatty Jalapeno Smoked Meat Stick
Nutrition: Each serving has 1.5 grams of net carbs, 7.5 grams of fat, 6.5 grams of protein and 0.5 grams of sugar.
Review: I haven’t tried this yet, but will update this section once I do. I did try the original flavor a few months back and enjoyed it.
Country Archer Jerky Co. Pineapple Pork Stick
Nutrition: Each serving has 2 grams of net carbs, 2.5 grams of fat, 7 grams of protein and 1 gram of sugar.
Sweeteners: pineapple, sugar, honey
Review: I don’t get too excited for meat sticks and jerky (I still have some from past boxes that I haven’t tried yet!), but I really wanted to try this. I love it. Probably because it’s smoky and sweet. I would definitely buy these, but it may be a slippery slope for some since the sweetener in these comes from foods most who are following a keto diet avoid.
Munk Pack Coconut Cocoa Chip Bar
Nutrition: Each serving has 2 grams of net carbs, 13 grams of fat, 4 grams of protein, and 1 gram of sugar.
Sweeteners: allulose, monk fruit
Review: I haven’t tried this yet, but will update this section once I do. I have had bars from Munk Pack in the past and they have been some of my favorites.
Primal Kitchen Collagen Peptides in Unflavored
Nutrition: Each serving has 0 grams of net carbs, 0 grams of fat, 10 grams of protein and 0 grams of sugar.
Review: I have not tried this yet. I use Ancient Nutrition vanilla collagen powder multiple times a day in my chai tea. I don’t care as much for the unflavored, but will use it if I run out of vanilla.
Primal Kitchen Mint Chip Protein Bar
Price: $23.95 for 12 bars on the Primal Kitchen website. They are not available on Amazon at this time.
Nutrition: Each serving has 4 grams of net carbs, 16 grams of fat, 8 grams of protein and 2 grams of sugar.
Sweeteners: honey, monk fruit
Review: I have not tried this yet. I will update this section once I do.
Price: $12.99 for 20 tea bags on the Sportea website. They are available on Amazon but the pricing and package types are all over the place. The sample I received says it can be made hot or iced, but the full size boxes just say either hot or iced on them.
Nutrition: There are 3 net carbs, 21 grams of fat, 8 grams of protein, and <1 gram of sugar.
Review: I haven’t tried this tea yet, but will update this section once I do – if I do. I love tea, but really only drink chai tea, blueberry herbal tea, or Southern Breeze Cold Brew peach tea.
Is Keto Krate Worth It?
I say this every month, but I absolutely believe that Keto Krate is worth it. Here is the breakdown as to why I believe this.
First, in order to be able to try all of these products, you often (almost always) have to buy an entire box or multiple packs online since a lot of these foods are not yet available in stores or are only available in some health food stores. You can see the online prices in the pricing section of each item listed above.
For example, to try the Munk Pack Bars, I would have had to pay $24.99 for a box of 12 bars. If I tried one and didn’t like it, that would leave me with 11 bars and a lot of money wasted.
Second, the total value of the items, should you be able to buy them all individually, has been about the same or more than the cost of the box and that’s not factoring in any shipping costs. But again, it’s highly unlikely you’d be able to buy just one of any of all of these items. This month, my estimate comes in just $1.00 or so less than the $39.99 cost of the box (shipping is also free).
Third, it’s a really great way to find some new keto friendly items to help you in your journey. This month I’m pretty excited about most of the items in my box. There isn’t anything, except maybe the tea, that I won’t try.
How to Subscribe to Keto Krate
You can learn more about Keto Krate and check out what’s in the current box as well as some of the previous boxes by visiting the Keto Krate website. Using this link will also give you $10 off of your first box.
Just be aware that boxes often sell out very quickly. The June box was sold out by mid-May and the July 2020 Keto Krate box sold out by July 1. At the time of this posting, the August box is still available.