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By Alison Chew
Reviewed by Rebecca Housh, MS, RDN
Keto Krate delivers keto-friendly low-carb snacks directly to your door every month. All snacks are free of gluten, maltitol, and aspartame with just 5g of carbs or less per serving. In addition to snacks, subscribers also receive access to the Member-Only Keto Shop and over $20 in coupons for keto snacks each month.
The cost of the box is equal to or less than the contents inside; plus coupons to purchase your favorite items at a discounted price
What We Don’t Like
As with all subscription boxes, some boxes you like better than others
How much does Keto Krate cost?
Keto Krate is $39.99 per month with free US shipping. In our July box, we received 10 full-size snacks that had a retail value of over $42 along with over $20 in coupons and access to the Member-Only Keto Shop, product info, and keto recipes. Save 25% Now >>
Keto Krate Reviews
July’s Keto Krate Reviews
This month’s snack box was filled with 10 full-size sweet and savory snacks. From Keto and Company chocolate cake mix to Proudly Pure parmesan crisps, I found so many tasty snacks to enjoy. You can see the full snack list with retail prices below. The retail value for this July box, NOT including the additional shipping you would have to pay to order all of these items separately, is $42.25. The cost to Keto Krate subscribers is $39.99 per month (including shipping).
July Favorites: Maple Candied Pecans, Parmesan Crisps, and the Red Velvet Mug Cake!
Your subscription also includes access to money-saving discounts for all of the products included. So if you love something you can stock up and save! Some of these discounts were $10 off $20+ at Dang Foods, 25% off at Better Than Snacks, and 25% off at Ultima Replenisher.
This month’s snack box was filled with 12 full-size snacks and 1 tea. You can see the full snack list with retail prices below. The retail value for this August box, NOT including the additional shipping you would have to pay to order all of these items separately, is $40.96. The cost to Keto Krate subscribers is $39.99 per month (including shipping).
August Favorites: Dill Pickle Quevos, Primal Mint Chip Bar, Skuta Sea Salt Pumpkin Seeds
August discounts included several in-store coupons as well as 25% Off Nut Butters at Perfect Keto, 50% Off Sample Pack at Atlas Bars, and 30% Off at Raw Rev.
This month’s snack box was filled with 12 full-size snacks and 1 sample. You can see the full snack list with retail prices below. The retail value for this September box, NOT including the additional shipping you would have to pay to order all of these items separately, is $42.15. The cost to Keto Krate subscribers is $39.99 per month (including shipping).
September Favorites: Flackers Sea Salt Flax Seed Crackers, BrightFox Blueberry Vanilla electrolyte drink, and Dang Foods Lightly Salted Coconut Chips
September discounts included several in-store coupons as well as 50% Off Electrolyte Drinks at Bright Fox, 30% Off IQ Bars, and 25% Off at Better Than Good.
Keto Krate is a great way to discover new sweet and savory keto and low-carb snacks without leaving your home.
I’m not on the keto diet, but try to eat healthily and I found that this box provided a nice variety of snacks that everyone could enjoy. It’s also a fun surprise every month and something you and your family can look forward to receiving.
And while the cost of the box is around the same as the retail value of the products inside, the coupons and access to the Members Only Keto Shop add to the total value and make it well worth the subscription.
This post has been reviewed and approved by our dietitian Rebecca Housh, MS, RDN, LDN for nutritional accuracy.
Rebecca Housh is a registered dietitian based in Chicago, IL. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Human Physiology from Boston University and a Master of Science in Human Nutrition from the University of Illinois in Chicago. Rebecca is passionate about the idea of food as medicine in both preventative and therapeutic care. Her current professional interests lie in food security, food access, and nutrition for chronic disease.
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