Looking for a sweet treat with no sugar added and is keto friendly? You might want to give these Keto Sea Salt Caramel Ice Cream Bars a try. After being gone from the Costco freezers for a little while, I spotted them back in-store last month.
Keep reading for Keto Pint Sea Salt Caramel Ice Cream Bars’ nutrition information, ingredients, shopping details, and more.
Nutrition Information and Ingredients for Keto Ice Cream Bars
What is MCT oil?
The box indicates that this product is gluten free, soy free, no sugar added, contains MCT oil, and has no rBST. What is MCT oil? According to Forbes.com, MCT oil is medium-chain triglyceride oil which comes from coconut or palm oil. It is popular among the keto crowd and some describe it as “heart healthy.” It is also associated with appetite control. Like all oils, it should be consumed in moderation.
What does rBST mean?
According to Wikipedia, rBST stands for recombinant bovine somatotropin, which is basically a synthetic grown hormone given to cows to increase their milk production. According to the box, this product uses dairy that comes from cows who have not been treated with rBST.
Shopping Information and Notes
- These Ice Cream Bars were purchased at Costco on sale. They were $8.99 for 12 bars. Regular price was $12.99.
- Found in the frozen dessert section.
- If you are a fan of ice cream bars and chocolate, this will satisfy your sweet tooth cravings. The outer chocolate tastes like the chocolate of most other similar ice cream bars. The ice cream may be slightly less creamy, but you don’t really notice it with the caramel inside.
- Based on taste, I would buy it again!
- If you’re interested in learning more about Keto Pint, check out their website: https://ketofoods.com
- Looking for other Costco desserts? Check out White Rabbit Ice Cream Bar at Costco or Jonny Pops.