Month’s ago I met the owners of BisKeto cookies. They make a range of keto cookies using almond flour and natural sweeteners. Not just keto friendly though they are paleo as well. They are delicious!
I have a few reviews on keto cookies now.
Yet, here is another. What makes BisKeto cookies different? I personally would say the inspiration comes from overseas. The flavor options are very different from typical American cookies.
Classic chocolate chip is available but they have flavors such as lavender, almond and coffee. Which is very different and what will separate them from the rest.
Not only are they keto but they double as paleo cookies as well. Working within both diets. I really enjoy the clean ingredients. The only negative ingredients I have seen is the palm oil. But, in my defense there’s nothing wrong with palm oil at all. It’s not vegetable, cottonseed, canola or soy oil which is great by me.
Where to buy BisKeto cookies?
Currently BisKeto is available online through their site and Amazon. I got my variety pack through their online store. Sadly, they don’t have a mix and match. The set standard for the packs are chocolate chip, almond and coffee.
When you have exciting flavors such as cardamon and lavender, how could they not be a choice? But, I understand!
For one box, you get 12 cookies for the price of $24.99. At the time of writing this they have a sale going on which they are cheaper than that. Amazon’s price is actually cheaper at the cost of $19.97. Plus you get prime so 2 day shipping.
Shipping wise they come in a beautiful box neatly packaged. As said before, this isn’t the American style of doing things and it shows. To have something of different origin introduced to keto snacks is exciting.
I haven’t had the pleasure of having every flavor but I’ve had most. All with the exception of cardamon and lavender. My favorites are easily coffee and lemon. When it comes to lemon, Fat Snax had just released that flavor. BisKeto does a better job with the flavor because you get real lemon rather than extract.
A list of their current flavors are:
- Chocolate chip
The almond flavor was delicious although I didn’t get too much almond. I just got a tasty cookie. Which I couldn’t be upset about. Chocolate chip isn’t the star but most people want it so a cookie company you have to have that flavor. It taste like any other keto chocolate chip cookie I’ve had for the exception of HighKey.
Coffee was just great. I inhaled those things and when I go to purchase that will be my flavor. I have never had a cardamom or lavender cookie so I look forward to trying those as well.
In conclusion, I am pretty confident in BisKeto and their ability to pull off flavors to continue to buy.
Ingredients and macros
Every cookie is about 1g net carb a cookie some slightly higher. For the entire pack you are looking at 2g-3g net carbs. And 190 calories per 2 cookies which isn’t bad.
Keto cookies do vary in flavor but their typical ingredient list is as follows:
- Almond flour
- Non-GMO Erythritol
- Organic Palm oil
- Coconut flour
- Baking powder and/or baking soda
- Xanthan gum
- Sunflower lecithin
As mentioned, there are other ingredients that vary from cookie to cookie. These are the bases for each.