See all of the items that came in the June 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 I get into this June 2020 Keto Krate review, I want to tell you that this box is sold out already. If you have been thinking of trying Keto Krate, don’t hesitate! July boxes are still available at the time this post is going live.
Not much has changed as far as our shopping habits in the last month. We’re still using Instacart for grocery shopping and delivery and ordering other things online.
Keto Krate showing up every month has provided me with lots of new snacks to try so I don’t have to order a case of one product just to try it. I have since ordered a case or two of some of my favorites, though.
If you’re interested, you can also read my May Keto Krate Review, April Keto Krate Review, March Keto Krate Review and my February Keto Krate Review to see the different types of products that come each month.
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.
June 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.
Good Dee’s Blueberry Pancake Mix
Nutrition: Each serving of 2 cookies has 2 grams net carbs, 4 grams protein, 9 grams fat, and 2 grams of sugar. They are gluten free.
Review: I didn’t care for these. Actually, I so strongly disliked them that I was actually mad about not being able to eat “real” pancakes. They taste like coconut, not blueberry. The texture is kind of gritty, they were super hard to flip even if I made them really small, and then they fell apart.
Zone Perfect White Chocolate Coconut Shake
Price: These are not sold on the Zone Perfect website but you can find them in a lot of grocery stores for around $10.00 for a pack of 4 and $29.97 for 12 bags on Amazon.com.
Nutrition: There are 3 grams of net carbs, 17 grams of fat, 10 grams of protein, and 1 gram of sugar in each serving.
Review: I’ve actually worked with this brand before and have had this drink. It’s pretty good. It’s not my favorite – I’m still loving the Iconic Protein Shakes, but I do like it.
Gorilly Goods Hillside Pumpkin Seed and Kale Vegan Trail Mix
Nutrition: Each serving has 3 gram of net carbs, 17 grams of fat, 12 grams of protein and 1 gram of sugar.
Review: this was really good. It doesn’t really taste like kale, more just that of a seasoned trail mix. I would definitely recommend this product for day trips or as a snack while hiking etc.
Shrewd Food Brick Oven Pizza Protein Puffs
Nutrition: Each serving has 2 grams of net carbs, 14 grams of protein, 3 grams of fat and 1 grams of sugar.
Review: These are very crunchy! The pizza flavor is light, but it’s there. If you crave crunchier, saltier foods, you’ll like this. I prefer the Legendary Pizza Almonds that were in the April Keto Krate.
Pizootz Artisan Peanuts in Sea Salt and Vinegar
Price: $7.99 Amazon.com for a 5.75 ounce bag.
Nutrition: Each serving has 3 grams of net carbs, 12 grams of fat, 7 grams of protein, and 1 gram of sugar.
Review: I’m honestly not sure why the few ratings this has on Amazon are so low. They are good. I didn’t find them to be too salty at all, but the vinegar flavor doesn’t really come through until the end. I had my salt and vinegar-loving son try the not knowing the flavor, and he picked it okay and asked for more.
I’d buy these again.
Simply Delish Vanilla Instant Pudding
Nutrition: Each serving has 4 grams of net carbs, 0 grams of fat, 0 grams of protein and 0 grams of sugar.
Sweeteners: stevia, erythritol
Review: I have no tried this yet but will update this section once I do.
The Cookie Department Cake Walk Cookie
Nutrition: Each serving has 3 grams of net carbs, 19 grams of protein, 6 grams of fat and 1 gram of sugar.
Sweeteners: monk fruit and erythritol
This cookie is also good. It’s one of the better keto cookies that I’ve tried. There is some cooling effect from the erythritol, but it’s not that bad.
I would buy these, but so find them quite expensive.
Heka Foods White Chocolate Raspberry Bar
Nutrition: There are 2 grams of net carbs, 15 grams of fat, 10 grams of protein and 1 gram of sugar in each serving.
Sweeteners: allulose, erythritol
Review: this bar wasn’t for me. The flavor was good, but a little too sweet, and I liked the crunch from the bits of almond. What I had a hard time getting past, other than the sweetness, was the texture. It was very chewy and the fats/oils from the product actually accumulated onto one side of the bar in a big glob (possible from shipping in hotter weather?).
Ketocarne Original Beef Jerky
Nutrition: Each serving has 0 gram of net carbs, 16 grams of fat, 2.5 grams of protein and 0 grams of sugar.
Review: I have not yet tried this but will update this section once I do.
Singing Pastures Roam Sticks in Hickory Smoked Pork with Uncured Bacon
Price: $22.99 for 10 sticks on the Singing Pastures website with free shipping on orders over $50.00. I could not find these on Amazon.
Nutrition: There are net carbs, grams of fat, grams of protein, and gram of sugar in each stick.
Sweeteners: dried pineapple, maple sugar, dextrose from tapioca
Review: this meat stick was really good. It definitely has the smoky flavor of bacon. I’d definitely order these again!
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 Cake Walk Cookies, I would have had to pay $30.00 for a box of just 8 cookies. 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.
Third, it’s a really great way to find some keto friendly items to help you in your journey. This month my favorite finds that I’ve tried so far are the Cake Walk Cookie and the Pizootz Peanuts, and I’m really looking forward to trying the pancakes and pudding soon.
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. At the time of this posting, the July box is still available.