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Keto Brownie Mix Now Available At Costco

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  Published on January 12th, 2021
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How lucky are we that we can just drive to the grocery store and get keto products right off the shelves? Just a few years ago, specialty keto products were only available at health food stores and online. But now, with the rise in popularity of the ketogenic diet, it seems like keto-friendly food products are available just about everywhere- from Walmart, to Target, Aldi, Costco, and everywhere in between! Social media has been buzzing about the latest keto product to hit shelves at Costco: a new brownie mix by Miss Jones Bakery Co.  Let’s dive into why this keto brownie mix has taken Costco and the internet by storm.

About the Costco Keto Brownie Mix

Miss Jones Keto & Paleo Fudgy Brownie Mix is available at Costco in a 3-pouch bundle for around $12 (price may vary based on location). The ingredients are as follows: almond flour, erythritol, cocoa, chicory root fiber, baking powder, salt, vanilla, and monk fruit extract.


*All images are credited from @Costcodeals on Instagram. Original post available here

Each bag makes 14 fudgy keto brownies. Per serving, the keto brownie mix (41g not prepared) has the following nutrition information: 80 calories, 6g fat, 12g total carbs, 2g fiber, 8g sugar alcohols, 2g net carbs, 3g protein.

The packaging suggests that you prepare the keto brownie batter with 2 eggs, ¼ cup (nut) milk, ½ cup melted butter. If prepared using these suggestions, the nutrition information is as follows: 1 brownie is 150 calories, 13g fat, 12g total carbs, 2g fiber, 8g sugar alcohols, 2g net carbs, 4g protein.

Pros:

  • Relatively low cost
  • Easily accessible (at Costco)
  • Simple ingredients
  • Low-carb (2g net carbs per serving)
  • Keto diet and Paleo diet Friendly
  • Grain-Free, corn-free, gluten-free
  • Sugar free

Cons:

  • Uses chicory root which can cause GI issues in some people (bloating, gas, etc.)
  • The baking powder is made with potato starch (but is in a small enough to where it shouldn’t cause issues)
  • Not nut free (if you have a nut allergy, but only contains almonds, no peanuts)

Have You Tried This Keto Brownie Mix?

Comment below and let us know what you thought? How was the taste compared to other keto brownie recipes? Did it kick you out of ketosis? Let the community know!

 

Discussion

  1. Toni Strong says:

    Oooh, this is so yummy! I sprinkled some walnuts on top and it was as good as those made with sugar. In fact I had a brownie with KETO whipped cream for breakfast – what a treat! My non KETO husband doesn’t care for most KETO desserts but he likes these. I bought a box to try them out and am going back to Costco to pick up a couple more boxes because the Costco where I live may not carry them yet.

    1. Hi, Toni. Thanks for sharing your experience!

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