Thursday, January 7, 2016

Where to Buy Low Carb Products

Since I had been on the Atkins diet over 10 years ago, low carb products have come along way.  I find that my own grocery store carries a lot of what I need and it tastes a heck of a lot better.  Occasionally though, I do need some special products that I can't get a Dillons so I must seek out other places or order online.  Below is a list of places that I frequently purchase from.

Dillons - Low Carb tortillas, sugar free ketchup, Truvia, Almond Butter, Almond Flour, Coconut Flour, Shirataki noodles, Unsweetened Cashew Milk, Diet Peak Tea (this isn't necessarily a low carb food exactly but has kept me from drinking so much diet soda), heavy whip cream, pimento cheese spread, kerrygold butter, Atkins Shakes & Bars (Walmart & Target have a good selection of these too), sometimes they have Quest bars, Atkins frozen meals, Mio (grape and sweet tea flavors) for my water, sugar free maple syrup

GNC - Quest bars and Quest chips

Whole Foods - Parmesan crisps, Lily's chocolate bars, different cheeses that I want to try, Epic Bars (like a jerky bar... kinda), coconut oil

Costco - Protein Plus Shakes, bag'o bacon crumbles (this is a bag that sits in your fridge and is full of bacon crumbles to add to stuff... seriously), salami & cheese rolls, spinach and artichoke dip, burger patties ready to be grilled, bag of frozen cooked chicken, boiled eggs (boiled and ready to go), nuts, single servings of guacamole (these are really really good), smoked gouda chicken burgers, avocado oil - Quest Bars, Carbquick - This is the holy grail of LC sites for food.  I order regularly Moon Cheese (all flavors are good), LC BBQ sauce, Atkins products I can't find in the store.  I have ordered pretzels, onion rolls, pizza crusts, muffins, etc.  by the low carb bread company.  All were pretty ok.  They will do for a craving but I like some homemade alternatives better.  Almond Flour, Erithrytol, Dixie breading (for frying), miracle noodles

Sukrin USA - Fiber syrup and sukrin sugar.  These are pricey but great for baking.

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