Did someone say cookies? Chocolate chip cookies would have to be one of my favourite things, and it is very hard to replicate a crunchy cookie using low carb ingredients.
I am always on the quest to find the best low carb chocolate chip cookie so I had to try Anna’s Low Carb Kitchen cookie base mix to see if I had unearthed the holy grail.
Product – Anna’s Low Carb Kitchen Cookie Base Mix
$8.50 for one base mix which makes 20 large cookies. To make the cookies you need to add chocolate, walnuts, butter and milk to the base mix which increases the cost.
This makes the mix versatile, however I found it a little misleading as the cookie photo on the packet was a chocolate chip cookie so I just assumed they were included.
Made as per the directions on the packet for 20 large cookies –
Fat 12.2g Net Carbs 4.4g Protein 5.5g
We made smaller cookies and ended up with 31 cookies –
Fat 7.8g Net Carbs 2.8g Protein 3.5g
Where do we buy?
We purchased this mix online directly from Anna’s Low Carb Kitchen. I bought a few different mixes to try so I could take advantage of the free shipping for orders over $25.oo.
We love that …
These cookies are not overly sweet like some low carb products. In fact I think I would almost prefer them a little sweeter. We went with a smaller size cookie than suggested and ended up with 31 cookies, which is a large yield for one base mix. It is great that the packet has a zip lock on the top of it so you could make a smaller batch and keep the rest for later.
We don’t love that …
We didn’t really enjoy the flavour or the texture of these cookies, as they were quite dense and crumbly. One of the main ingredients is Lupin flour, which comes from a legume. I am not sure the impact this may have on a keto diet, as legumes are something we would usually avoid. I need to research Lupin flour further so I am make an informed decision around eating it. If anyone has some information please let me know in the comments.
Would we buy it again?
No, we did not enjoy the flavour or texture of the cookies. I am still keen to try some of the other products we purchased so keep an eye out for more reviews in the future.
Note: This isn’t a paid post. This is a product we have purchased and reviewed independently.
Have you tried any of the Anna’s Low Carb Kitchen products? Let us know in the comments below what you thought.
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