See all of the items that came in the July 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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Before we get into this July 2020 Keto Krate review, I need to tell you that this box is sold out already. If you have been thinking of trying Keto Krate, don’t hesitate! August boxes are still available at the time this post is going live.
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 before you order a package of 6-12 items 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:
- 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.
July 2020 Keto Krate Review
Please keep in mind that this review is being written during a time when a lot of foods are unavailable and prices may be fluctuating. 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.
Keto and Company Banana Caramel Muffin Mix (or Chocolate Cake)
Price: $9.99 on the Keto and Co website. There are other products from Keto and Co on Amazon.com for around the same price, but at the time of this post, these particular muffins are not listed on there.
Nutrition: Each serving of 1 muffin has 1 gram of net carbs, 4 grams protein, 11 grams fat, and 1 gram of sugar. They are gluten free.
Sweeteners: erythritol monk fruit (as part of a sugar replacer they call Wondrose)
Review: I have not made these yet, but will update this section after I try them – IF I decide to try them. I will say that I am not usually a fan of anything banana flavored and I’m not sure where the banana flavor comes from in the ingredient list other than “natural flavors.”
Sweet Logic Red Velvet Mug Cake Mix
Price: $17.99 for a 5 pack on the Sweet Logic website. They are $14.99 for 4 packs on Amazon.com.
Nutrition: Each serving has 4 grams of net carbs, 8 grams of protein, 15 grams of fat and 2 grams of sugar.
Sweeteners: stevia, allulose
Review: I have not tried this yet, but will update this section once I do. I am actually really excited to try these and the price isn’t too bad at all.
Keto Farms Candied Pecans
Price: $14.99 for 6 bags on Amazon.com. They are not available for sale on Keto Farms website.
Nutrition: There is 1 gram of net carbs, 20 grams of fat, 3 grams of protein and 1 gram of sugar in each serving.
Sweeteners: monk fruit, erythritol
Review: I’m looking forward to trying these as I really loved the cheddar flavored nuts from the May Keto Krate by the same brand.
Better Than Good Ranch Protein Puffs
Price: $15.97 for what looks like 6 bags in the picture on the Better Than Good website. They are $14.99 for 6 bags currently on Amazon.
Nutrition: Each serving has 3 grams of net carbs, 16 grams of protein, 3.5 grams of fat and 2 grams of sugar.
Sweeteners: there are no added sweeteners, but part of the ingredients include a fruit and vegetable blend.
Review: These same exact puffs came in my February Keto Krate. The packaging looks different now,but there is no verbiage that anything else has changed. Here is what I said about them then:
These little protein puffs are small balls that are about the size of some cereals. The size and shape made them kind of awkward to eat and I much would have preferred a larger crisp.
The initial flavor is really good, but it gets strong fast. I enjoyed them but couldn’t eat the whole bag in one sitting. It took 3 days for me to finish the bag.
Would I buy them again? Probably not. The price isn’t too bad, but the flavor just isn’t one that I enjoy in a snack.
Ultima Electrolytes Variety Pack (6 pack of assorted flavors)
Price: $19.99 for 20 packets on the Ultima Replenisher website as well as on Amazon.
Nutrition: these are calorie free.
Review: I also received these in a 3 pack in the February Keto Krate. I didn’t really love them because there is no sweetener. I may try these with a little monk fruit sprinkled in and see if I like them better that way.
Ayoba Traditional Biltong
Price: $3.99 for a 1 ounce package, $7.99 for a 2 ounce package and $12.99 for a 4 ounce package on the Ayoba website. They are different packages and prices on Amazon.com.
Nutrition: Each serving has 0 grams of net carbs, 2.5 grams of fat, 16 grams of protein and 0 grams of sugar.
Sweeteners: ingredients include Worcestershire powder.
Review: I haven’t tried this yet, but will update this section once I do. Beef jerky type foods are not a regular go-to snack for me.
DNX Grass Fed Beef Uncured Bacon Sea Salt & Cracked Black Pepper Bar
Price:$33.99 for 12 bars on the DNX Bar website. $24.99 for 12 bars on Amazon, though the 24 pack s currently sold out at the time of this post. There is an 8-pack available for $19.99.
Nutrition: Each serving has 1 gram of net carbs, 10 grams of fat, 11 grams of protein and 0 grams of sugar.
Review: I also received this exact same bar and flavor in my February Keto Krate (that makes 3 repeats from the February box). I’m not mad about it though, it’s a really good bar because…bacon.
Dang Foods Toasted Coconut Bar
Price: $29.88 on Amazon.com for 12 bars. I recently bought these in a different flavor on sale at Sprouts. There were $0.99 each. There are $33.20 for a 12 pack on the Dang website.
Nutrition: Each serving has 5 grams of net carbs, 16 grams of fat, 9grams of protein, and 1 gram of sugar.
Sweeteners: stevia extract
Review: I actually like the Dang bars. They are dry though, in the sense that they crumble easily. I think it’s because they are made with a variety of seeds, nuts, and coconut that just doesn’t stick together well. I don’t mind it, but I’ve seen a lot of reviews complaining about the dry texture.
This wasn’t my favorite flavor, but I’d buy some of the other flavors again.
Proudly Pure Parmesan Crisps in Original
Price: $24.95 for 4 packs on the Proudly Pure website or $19.99 for 4 packs on Amazon.com.
Nutrition: Each serving has 1 gram of net carbs, 7 grams of fat, 9 grams of protein and 0 grams of sugar.
Review: I have not tried these yet but will update this section once I do. I will say that I am unlikely to buy them based on the high cost, but I do like that they are larger crisps.
Keto Bars Chocolate Peanut Butter Bars
Price: $24.95 for 10 bars on the Keto Bars website with free shipping on 2 boxes or more. They are $29.95 for 10 bars on Amazon.
Nutrition: There are 3 net carbs, 21 grams of fat, 8 grams of protein, and <1 gram of sugar.
Sweeteners: erythritol, stevia
Review: I haven’t tried this bar yet, but will update this section once I do.
Is Keto Krate Worth It?
In my opinion, Keto Krate is absolutely 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 Keto Bars, I would have had to pay $29.95 for a box of just 10 bars. If I didn’t like them, that would basically just be money lost.
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 $0.03 less than the $39.99 cost of the box (and that’s taking into account the Dang bars being on sale at my local Sprouts last week).
Third, it’s a really great way to find some keto friendly items to help you in your journey. This month I’m most excited to try the mug cake and the candied pecans.
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.
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