I bought the InnoFoods Keto Crackers at Costco and have really mixed feelings about the product.
On one hand the crackers are exactly what they say they are. The crackers low carb and contain real pieces of recognizable food as opposed to a typical overly processed commercially produced snack food.
On the other hand these crackers are so calorie dense that there is no way that I can fit them into my diet.
Keep reading to see if these keto crackers are right for you.
Keto Crackers Calories, Carbs and Nutrition
Five crackers is a single serving and you get about 23 servings per bag. A single serving has the following calories and nutritional information.
- Calories: 100
- Fat: 7g (9% DV)
- Cholesterol: 0mg (0% DV)
- Sodium: 170mg (7% DV)
- Carbohydrates: 7g (3% DV)
- Protein: 3g
While the crackers have 7 grams of carbs, 2 of the carbs are fiber and 1 g is sugar alcohol. InnoFoods subtracts those carbs out and advertises the crackers as having 4 net grams of carbs per serving.
The crackers have the following ingredients:
- Pumpkin seeds
- Sunflower seeds
- Brown rice flour
- Tapioca flour
- Hemp seeds
- Blue agave
- Brown rice protein
- Flax seeds
- Baking powder
The crackers are Organic and Gluten Free.
Are the Keto Crackers Good?
The crackers are pretty tasty and have just enough crunch to make them textually interesting. I love that the crackers have huge slices of nuts and seeds that you can see as it lets you know exactly what you are eating.
If you like toasted coconuts, almonds and pumpkin seeds then you will really like these crackers.
The really significant problem with these crackers is that they have a ton of calories. The picture below shows five crackers which is a single serving. That little pile of crackers has 100 calories and, for me at least, is not enough food to be a satisfying snack.
These crackers would be great for someone doing a 100 mile hike and needed some nutrient dense snacks to throw in their backpack. For us regular folks who just want a low carb snack to munch on then I would suggest sticking with Parmesan Whisps and celery sticks.
I bought the one pound bag of crackers at Costco for $8.49 which works out to a cost of $0.531 per ounce.
I found the same sized bag of crackers for sale on Amazon for $16.98 and at Walmart for $19.98.
hat means you will pay half as much if you buy the crackers at Costco compared to other retail outlets.