Why is Keto Kookie pricier than regular cookies?
We hear you. We would love to get the price down. However, Keto Kookie is made with unique but pricey ingredients including almond flour, almond butter, monk fruit extract, vanilla extract, and grassfed butter, which are more than the price of wheat flour and sugar.
Are Keto Kookies gluten-free?
Sweet and Keto friendly?
Our products don’t have the funky after-taste of Stevia or artificial sweeteners. We use a mix of the natural sweeter erythritol and Monkfruit extract, which combined taste just like sugar, but without the carbs.
How long does it take to ship?
We know you can't wait to get your Keto Kookies. We would love to get them to you as quickly as Amazon would, but we still bake our Keto Kookies in small batches to get you fresh kookies. We typically ship within 2 to 3 business days from when you order.
Are these dairy-free?
Unfortunately, we love butter too much, especially grass-fed butter. Butter makes us happier.
Can I share these with friends?
Only if you share with them that this is your diet. #ketolife
Do you ship internationally?
At this time, we do not. But these Kookies could be a good reason to get that Visa.
How many kookies come per order?
Each order comes with 6 servings of 2 kookies or 12 kookies total.
What’s the shelf life for these delicious kookies?
Our kookies last about 2 months in a pantry. However, we store ours in the refrigerator to get the longest possible shelf life and microwave them for 7 seconds before enjoying.
Is Keto Kookie healthy for everyone?
The short answer is No. Keto Kookie is meant to fit the macros of a ketogenic diet. Although there is research to support the health benefits of the Keto diet, please consult your primary physician for medical advice. We are Keto enthusiasts without an MD.
What is Erythritol?
Erythritol is a sugar alcohol that tastes like sugar. Unlike most sugar alcohols has negligible effects on blood sugar and is the easiest on the stomach. Unlike stevia, erythritol doesn't have a bitter aftertaste.
Your nutrition says a higher carb count?
Although, they have little caloric impact, sugar alcohols and fiber have to be included in the total carb count on a nutritional label. The great thing is that you can subtract sugar alcohols, fiber, and you'll get a very small net carb count.
What is Keto?
Keto is short for ketogenic, which refers to getting into ketosis, or when your body will switch from burning sugars to burning fat, turning fat into ketones that the body uses as fuel. Getting into ketosis requires limiting net carbs and increasing the amount of dietary fat.