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How to Pickle All Types of Vegetable

Pickling Guide: How to Pickle & Preserve Vegetables

It’s one of the oldest methods of preserving foods, and yet is still consistently popular due to the unique flavours that it produces. It’s called pickling, and we’ve put together this helpful article to guide you through the process of how to pickle a wide range of vegetables in the comfort and convenience of your own kitchen.

Pickling foods is actually quite easy, and only requires a few simple ingredients and tools to get started. It’s also a great way to experiment with some new flavour combinations, as the pickling ingredients can easily be customized with a diverse array of seasonings and spices, allowing your culinary creativity to shine through.

First, we’re going to give you a brief overview of how pickling works, and why this traditional method of preserving foods is still so popular even today.

Why Pickle Foods?

The origins of pickling as a food preservation process go back as far as 4000 years, where ancient civilizations used the process to effectively store foods for long periods of time, while simultaneously maintaining a pleasant taste experience. The brine used in pickling wards off the decay of the foods, allowing civilizations who relied on farming and cultivating to store food and avoid succumbing to temporary droughts or poor growing seasons.

Pickling imbues the foods with acidic taste properties that give them a ‘bite’ on the taste buds that is often used to complement or accompany other types of tastes. This is why pickles and pickled foods such as sauerkraut are so popular as a topping on grilled meats. The mixing of savoury flavours with the briny taste of pickled vegetables is extremely popular in the cuisines of different cultures all over the world.

Types of Foods to Pickle

While we obviously think of traditional pickles, made from cucumbers, when we talk about pickling, the reality is that there are many different types of vegetables that are suitable for pickling. Pickled cabbage, also known as sauerkraut, is extremely popular. Other commonly pickled vegetables include such foods as beans, asparagus, beets, and peppers.

As pickling has gained in popularity in recent years, and chefs and food aficionados have explored new ways of using the process with unusual foods, many other types of pickled foods have emerged. For example, carrots, cherries, tomatoes, and onions are all potential pickling candidates and have been used to create some fascinating taste experiences. However, for the purposes of this article, we’re going to stick to some of the basics.

Essential Pickling Ingredients & Equipment

When it comes to the mechanics and process of pickling, things are actually quite simple. Here are the essential tools that you’ll need to complete the job:

Clean, sterile, airtight jars – Mason jars or similar types of airtight glass jars are commonly used for pickling. Make sure they are sterilized prior to use to ensure the longest possible shelf life of your pickled foods.

Large Pots – Some vegetables can be pickled from raw, but there are others that may need to be cooked or blanched first. Beets for example, need to be cooked before they can be pickled. Other types of vegetables, such as beans or asparagus, are often blanched before pickling to ensure they retain their colour and crunch but are just soft enough to be easily eaten.

In addition, you’ll need to be able to boil your jars to both sterilize and seal them, so a great big pot is a picklers must have.

Knives, cutting boards & kitchen tools – While you certainly can pickle vegetables whole, it’s often preferred to cut them in to slices or smaller portions to make it easier to eat or work with in cooking. You’ll also need to chop, slice, and dice other ingredients to use in the pickling process, so common kitchen tools will be used to help prepare the ingredients.

Aside from your vegetable of choice, you’ll also need some essential ingredients to perform the picking process. Here are the basic ingredients & seasonings needed for a classic pickle brine:

Vinegar White vinegar is most common, but this is also up to your personal preference. Apple cider vinegar, white wine vinegar, and rice wine vinegar are also suitable for pickling and bring different flavour characteristics to the brine.

Salt – Sea salt is the preferred salt type for pickling, as it tends to be a purer form than common table salt. You’ll want to pick a salt that has no additives, so natural sea salt is ideal.

Sugar – Not all pickle recipes call for sugar, but many do. This can be common white sugar, but you can also substitute brown sugar, honey, or other sweeteners to achieve the same effect. Low carb dieters will want to either skip the sugar or use their preferred alternative sweetener to avoid adding extra carbs.

Water – The water you use for pickling should be as pure as possible and filtered to remove hardness. Clean and pure filtered water will help the vegetables retain their colours longer.

Herbs & Spices – Garlic, mustard seeds, peppercorns, dill, hot peppers, coriander seeds, and bay leaves are all common seasonings and spices used in pickling. This is a part of the process that is entirely up to you to customize. If you like a very garlicky pickle, then add in some extra garlic cloves. For a spicy, zesty pickle, include some hot peppers or red pepper flakes to add some heat.

Beginner’s Recipe for Pickling Foods

Here, we’re going to give you a basic recipe for making your own pickles at home. You can use this as a starting point for creating your own recipe by swapping in different types of vegetables or alternate seasonings to give different flavours a try.

Starting with a batch of fresh, small cucumbers, chop or slice them in to your desired pickle shape. Slice along the length of the cucumbers in to quarters to produce long spears. Slice across the width of the pickle to create bite-size disks or try using a crinkle-cutter to give your pickle slices some visual depth.

Add the sliced cucumbers to your jars and add your preferred seasonings, such as garlic cloves, fresh dill, sliced hot peppers, or others.

To make the brine, combine equal parts water and vinegar in a pot, along with sea salt, dill seeds, peppercorns, mustard seeds, and sugar/sweetener (if desired). In general, about 1 teaspoon of each seasoning per 4 cups of brine (2 cups water, 2 cups vinegar) is sufficient to produce a nice flavour.

Bring the brine to a boil, remove from heat, and pour the brine in to the jars to just cover the tops of the sliced cucumbers. Seal the jars and refrigerate.

It usually takes a few days for the flavours of all the ingredients to diffuse throughout the jars and in to the pickles. We recommend waiting around 5 days before cracking open a jar to ensure the flavours are at their best.

Use YouTube to find inspiration and ideas for pickling – the ideas are almost endless!

Enjoy the Taste of Pickles

Now that you’ve got a batch of your own pickles, why not use them as a garnish for a fantastic low carb sandwich? And don’t forget to put out a bowl of them to top burgers at your next low carb backyard barbecue. Of course, if you’re short on time and need some pickles today, you can always pick up a jar of delicious Mt. Olive pickles to satisfy your craving until you can make your next batch.

We hope that you’ve found this beginners guide to pickling helpful, and that you’re now inspired to try making your own pickles and pickled vegetables right at home. Once you taste the difference of fresh, homemade pickles, you’ll be hooked!

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Low Carb Pumpkin Recipe Ideas for Fall

Perfect Pumpkin Recipes for Fall that Low Carb Dieters Will Love

The leaves have started to turn, the air is getting chillier, and the days are getting shorter. It’s that time of year again when summer is coming to an end and fall is just beginning. Everything is changing colours to vibrant reds and yellows, and thoughts are turning back to the special treats and recipes that abound during this season, all centered around the delicious taste of pumpkin.

Although many of the most popular pumpkin-themed goodies would seem at first glance to be heavy in carbs, creative bakers and chefs have crafted low carb versions of all your favourites, along with some unique creations that you may never have tried before. This fall, enjoy all the amazing flavours that pumpkin has to offer with this interesting collection of low carb recipes that put pumpkin front and center.

We’ve compiled this list of delicious and healthy pumpkin cooking ideas to include something for everyone. Whether you’re hunting for a low carb version of your favourite pumpkin baked good or a fun way to use pumpkin on a chilly autumn morning, we’re sure that you’ll find something to love in this list.

Pumpkin Scones with Cinnamon Glaze – When it comes to a delicious baked good to snack on along with a hot cup of your favourite coffee, scones are just about as perfect as it gets. This recipe for low carb scones is easy to make and can be customized to suit your tastes by including your favourite chopped nuts, such as pecans or walnuts. Topped with a delectable cinnamon glaze, these are absolutely delicious.

Pumpkin Chili – Now we’re talking! There are few things that are better on a chilly autumn afternoon than a nice hot bowl of chili. This unique twist on chili is made quickly and easily using your slow cooker and is low in carbs and gluten free. The pumpkin itself is what does the thickening in this recipe, so you don’t need to worry about adding any cornstarch or other thickener in to the mix. Top it off with some shredded cheddar cheese and a dollop of sour cream and enjoy!

Pumpkin Cheesecake Mousse – Not only is this delectable dessert super easy to make, but it’s also low in carbs, gluten free, and keto friendly. What more could you ask for? Well, it’s also sugar-free and no-bake, so it just keeps getting better! This is a nice dessert that you can serve with all kinds of meals or enjoy it as a nice little treat any time you have a pumpkin craving.

Pumpkin Pancakes – Breakfast will never be the same on a chilly autumn morning once you start serving up these pancakes. Perfect as a special breakfast meal on Thanksgiving weekend, or on the morning after Halloween, or any other time you want to infuse your breakfast table with a little bit of pumpkin fun. We bet that the kids will award you bonus points if you make them pumpkin-shaped!

Pumpkin Smoothie – You may never have thought to use pumpkin in a smoothie before, but this recipe is sure to prove that it definitely works. Using a very simple set of ingredients, this healthy and low carb smoothie recipe is rich, creamy and incredibly delicious. Pumpkin smoothies are great as a part of your breakfast or as a healthy low carb treat any time of day. These can be ready in just minutes, but make sure that you make a big batch because everyone is going to want to have some.

Pumpkin Cream Cheese Muffins – If you could condense the entire fall season in to a muffin, this would be the end result. These are absolutely heavenly, and are the perfect accompaniment to a hot cup of coffee, some cooler weather and a walk through colourful leaves floating through the air. If these don’t get you in the mood for fall, then nothing will!

DIY Pumpkin Spice Latte – We just had to end this list with a do-it-yourself version of the pumpkin spice drink that started the whole pumpkin craze a few years back. This version is every bit as decadent and rich as the original, but has far less sugar, making it much more suitable for the low carb lifestyle. The best part? You don’t even need an espresso machine to make it this way! This recipe is all about keeping things as natural as possible, and the taste is just amazing.

More Low Carb Pumpkin Goodies

Still can’t get enough pumpkin this time of year? Well, you’re in luck because there are plenty of other products you can find here at The Low Carb Grocery that you can use to infuse more savoury pumpkin flavours in to your weekly meal plans this fall.

Browse more low carb pumpkin products at The Low Carb Grocery.

Welcome Fall with the Taste of Pumpkin

This season, embrace the changing of the leaves and the cooler weather, and enjoy all the wonderful flavours and aromas that arise from kitchens, cafes and restaurants all around you. We hope that these recipes have inspired you to try something new, or to revisit one of your old favourites this fall, and that you get to  enjoy all that fall has to offer.

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Low Carb After School Snacks Kids Will Love

Satisfy the After-School Hunger of Your Kids with Healthy Low Carb Snacks

School has started up again, and along with the never-ending struggle of making healthy lunches that your kids will eat also comes the daunting task of providing healthy snacks at the end of the day when they come home tired and hungry. The real difficulty comes in making sure the snacks you give your kids strikes a good balance between great taste and healthy qualities that fit with the low carb lifestyle.

In this list of healthy snack recipes, we’ve compiled some great ideas that kids are sure to love. We’ve got some crunchy, salty snacks that will be perfect for kids who crave snacks like chips and cheesies. We’ve also found a handful of sweet treats that are sure to be a great way to satisfy the desire for something sugary. Finally, we’ve also got a fantastic hot snack that no hungry kid will say no to at the end of the day.

Let’s get started with the list with a crunchy snack that is ideal for kids who love to dip!

Ultimate Keto Breadsticks

Do breadsticks sound like a boring intro to this list of snacks? Well, get ready to change your mind because these are the best breadsticks that you’ll ever munch on. Using a simple blend of low carb ingredients like almond flour, flax meal, and coconut flour, this recipe produces a breadstick that is crunchy on the outside and has a nice soft center that kids will love. Dip these in marinara sauce, salsa, queso, or whatever your kids’ favourite dip happens to be. Enjoy!

Low Carb Cherry Cheesecake Popsicles

Even though summer is winding down now that school is back in session, the time is always right for a frosty treat like these popsicles. From just 5 simple ingredients, you’ll be amazed at how great these chilly cherry cheesecake pops taste, and doubly amazed at how healthy they are. You’ll have your kids hooked on these in no time, so make sure you’ve got a decent supply of them in your freezer!

Almond Joy Fruit and Nut Bars

Sometimes the best after school snacks are a crunchy salty snack bar that your kids can really tear in to and scarf down quick before heading out on their next adventure. These fruit and nut bars are packed full of healthy ingredients and are perfectly suited to low carb and keto diets. Your kids won’t be the only ones munching on these though, as they are also a great way to fuel up before heading out the door to work or to get you over those mid-afternoon hungers in a healthy way.

Low Carb Cheesy Goldfish Crackers

Who doesn’t love the salty crunch of a classic goldfish cracker? Parents around the world are all guilty of sneaking a few of these when the kids are out playing, and now you can easily make a low carb version right at home. Using a simple mix of almond flour, sea salt, and a nice hard cheese like gouda or parmesan, cut out with a fishy-shaped cookie cutter, you’ve got the best tasting goldfish crackers ever. You’ll want to make a lot of these at a time, since your kids won’t be able to stop eating them!

Cinnamon Churritos

These sweet, sugary snack bites are simply delectable! If your kids love churros, then these mini little churritos are going to be their new favourite snack. Made from a combination of coconut flour and almond flour, and rolled in a blend of cinnamon and xylitol sweetener, these are low in carbs, low in sugar, and absolutely delicious. They’re also very easy to make and can be on the table, ready to eat in just 20 minutes.

Low Carb Grain-Free Pizza Rolls

What could be better for your kids at the end of a long day at school than a plate full of these warm, savoury pizza rolls? Absolutely nothing! Pizza is always a smash hit with kids, and this recipe makes sure that you’re getting a tasty and healthy pizza snack that your kids will go nuts for. Each batch of this recipe produces about 15 yummy little pizza rolls that will definitely not last long once they come out of the oven. These would also make a great appetizer at any dinner party, so keep this recipe handy for all different types of occasions.

Snack Smart, Snack Healthy

As you can see, it’s not really all that hard to make sure that the snacks that your kids get at the end of the school day satisfy their cravings for delicious food while simultaneously making sure that they fit your criteria for a healthy lifestyle.

Surprise your kids the next time they walk in the door after a busy day at school with one of these fun and healthy snacks, and we’re sure you’ll get to see some smiling faces and maybe even some high-fives!

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Sugar Free (and Low Carb) Halloween Treats

Scare Up Some Fun with Spooky Low Carb & Sugar Free Halloween Treats

Soon everyone’s house will be creatively decorated with cotton spider webs, inflatable pumpkins and creepy plastic skeletons, you’re probably getting in the mood for some fun and spooky Halloween treats to enjoy with the family. That’s why we’ve gathered up this eerily excellent collection of tasty Halloween-themed snacks that are perfect for low carb dieters, and still tons of fun for kids of all ages to enjoy!

Whether you’re planning a big neighbourhood Halloween party, or just want to serve up some fun surprises before the kids head out the door for some trick-or-treating, these recipes are sure to put a smile on everyone’s face. You’ll find some sweet sugar free candies, scarily savoury baked goods, and even some creatively creepy foods that are perfect for a lunch or dinner meal on Halloween.

Let’s get this list started with some cute cookies that are sure to set the tone for a fun Halloween party!

Chocolate Peanut Butter Spider Cookies – You’d never guess that cookies this cute are so easy to make, but they are! Starting with a simple low carb peanut butter cookie recipe, along with some creative use of chocolate, this recipe makes mouth-watering cookies that are every bit as fun to eat as they are to make. We especially love the way these cookies look when you add silly candy monster eyes to them. Definitely yummy and very fun!

Paleo Witch Finger Cookies – These incredibly creepy cookies are almost too spooky, but that’s part of the fun of Halloween! These sweet and crunchy Witch Finger Cookies look totally eerie and are actually quite easy to make. The recipe is not only low carb, but also gluten free, paleo, and can easily be altered to be vegan as well. Hardcore Halloween fans will absolutely love the silliness of dipping a delicious witch’s finger in their morning coffee!

Stuffed Jack-o-Lanterns – This idea is so brilliant, we wish we’d thought of it ourselves! Taking a large bell pepper, carving a jack-o-lantern face on it, and stuffing it with low carb pasta and meaty filling is a super fun way to add some scary flair to your Halloween dinner. Kids will love helping prepare this meal, as they can get creative with the face designs on the peppers and make each one a little different. These are a great way to get everyone fueled up for a night of trick-or-treating!

Sugar-Free Yummy Gummy Candy – You don’t typically think of gummies when you picture a sugar-free candy, but this homemade version of sugar-free gummies is perfect for creating a wide variety of spooky shapes and fun treats to enjoy on Halloween. Using your favourite Halloween-themed candy molds, have a gummy-making party in your kitchen and get the kids involved. Keep things fun by putting on a playlist of their favourite Halloween tunes and let the laughter flow!

Halloween Deviled Eggs – We just love creative ways to use classic foods that everyone loves, and this recipe definitely fits in to that category. These Halloween-themed deviled eggs look fantastic and are amazingly easy to make. Aside from the regular deviled egg ingredients, all you need is a couple of different colours of food dye and some creative inspiration. This recipe shows you how to make spiders, pumpkins, and eyeballs as just a few examples of how to get creative, but you can always come up with your own designs too. You can definitely have a lot of fun with this one!

Low Carb Halloween Chips – To round out your table full of Halloween-themed treats, this recipe for homemade chips is sure to be a hit with everyone at your party. Using fun Halloween cookie cutters, and your favourite low carb tortilla shells, you can quickly and easily create a heaping bowl full of crispy seasoned chips that are extremely tasty and perfect for dipping. This recipe shows you how to make them with a sweet cinnamon seasoning, but you can always change it up and use all kinds of low carb seasonings for a variety of different flavours.

Low Sugar & Sugar Free Candies

If time is short and you’re in need of some tasty sweets that aren’t loaded with sugar, you can always pick up some packs of sugar-free gummies and hard candies at The Low Carb Grocery. We’ve got a wide selection of candies and sweet treats that are ideal for low carb and sugar-free lifestyles. Shop online or in-store today and enjoy!

Have a Safe and Happy Halloween

Whether you’re planning a big Halloween party with friends and family or are excited to hit the neighbourhood for some serious trick-or-treating time this year, we hope that you end up having a safe Halloween full of good times and spooky fun.

Happy Halloween, everyone!

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Ultimate Low-Carb Kale Chips from Solar Raw Food

Kale Chips – Taste the Difference of All-Natural Solar Raw Food

The word ‘superfood’ gets thrown around a lot these days, and not all of them really live up to the hype. However, there’s one superfood that definitely delivers a superior level of nutritional value, and that superfood is kale. Renowned as one of the healthiest of all the greens, kale is simply a perfect part of any low carb diet.

You might be thinking that, although kale is obviously beneficial to your health, there are only so many ways you can use the leafy green as part of your weekly meal plan. Well, you’ll be pleasantly surprised to learn that there are other ways to get more kale in your diet that offer a different taste experience, and that’s where Solar Raw Food comes in with their line of Ultimate Kale Chips.

The Story of Solar Raw Food

Solar Raw Food was founded on simple but powerful principles that have guided everything they make and do. Ultimately their mission is to produce fresh and nutritious natural foods in a sustainable way. Their focus has always been on the types of foods that deliver superior levels of nutrients, vitamins, and health benefits.

All of Solar Raw Food’s kale is grown right here in Canada on their sustainable organic farm. They use solar energy as the method of powering their kale kitchen and drying out their ingredients without baking or frying. This is the origin of their name, as their approach to using solar energy in preparing healthy raw foods is truly unique to Solar Raw Food.

Why Kale?

Although we all know kale is exceptionally healthy, many people don’t realize just how beneficial kale is as part of a nutritious diet. While it may look a lot like other leafy greens, kale truly is a wonder of nature in just how many different vitamins and nutrients it contains and how dense the values are.

Kale is an excellent source of many different vitamins including Vitamin A, B6, C, and K. It’s also rich in minerals such as Calcium, Potassium, Manganese, Copper, and Magnesium that help maintain a healthy and strong body. In addition, kale is an excellent source of dietary fibre, helping to promote proper digestion.

Anti-oxidants are also found in abundance in kale, which are beneficial in counteracting oxidative effects of free radicals in the body. Beta-carotene, vitamin C, polyphenols, and flavonoids are all found in kale.

How Ultimate Kale Chips Are Made

The process of making Ultimate Kale Chips begins with the 100% organic kale grown on the Solar Raw Food farm in Castleton, Ontario. Once harvested, the kale is then shucked to remove the leaves from the thick stems. The kale is then washed, coated in a special seasoning blend, and then it moves on to the dehydrator.

After 14 hours in the dehydrator, the kale chips are then separated and packaged, at which time they are ready to ship to you. This simple process reinforces the Solar Raw Food commitment to natural foods, and the freshness of the final product is evident in each and every bite.

Take a look behind the scenes with this great video overview from Solar Raw Food that shows just how they make their Ultimate Kale Chips:

Flavours to Suit Any Taste Preference

Of course, Ultimate Kale Chips aren’t just wholesome snacks with a great crunch. They’re also available in some of the tastiest flavours you’ll ever snack on. If you’re a fan of trying lots of different tasting chips, the variety from Solar Raw Food will keep you busy for a while. Here’s the full list of delicious flavours you can choose from.

Hemp Cream & Chive – This savoury blend of seasonings is a classic taste for a new kind of snack chip. One handful of these is simply not enough!

Spicy Curry Lime – Curry fans will absolutely love these. The vegan curry seasoning is very rich, and perfectly complimented by the citrusy zest of lime.

Better Than Cheddar – An all-time favourite of snackers all over the world, cheddar flavour is simply delicious on a snack chip. This cheesy seasoning is vegan-friendly, and extremely addictive!

Pink Salt – For those snackers who prefer a lighter taste, Pink Salt kale chips are the perfect choice. These chips are gently seasoned with the classic Solar Raw Food dressing, and then dusted with a touch of salt.

Red Peppercorn Ranch – The big, bold flavour of ranch comes home on these chips, along with a spicy kick that you’re definitely going to love. Try a bag of these to snack on with your next movie marathon.

Cucumber Dill – The newest flavour from Solar Raw Food is a brilliant combination of fresh cucumber flavour and the savoury taste of dill. Regular dill flavoured chips can’t compete with these tasty bites!

Taste the Solar Raw Food Difference

Once you try the fresh, wholesome taste of Ultimate Kale Chips from Solar Raw Food, you’ll never snack the same way again! Their dedication to quality, nutritional content, and great taste shines through in each and every bag.

Give them a try today and taste the difference that natural, organic kale can make.

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Grenade Carb Killa High Protein Bars, Spreads & Brownies

Discover the Explosive Taste of Carb Killa Low Carb Bars, Spreads & Brownie Snacks

If you’re getting tired of the same old protein bars, then it’s time to learn about the awesome low carb high-protein bars and active living foods from Grenade.

It can be a challenge to find a great source of protein that works for the low carb diet and still has the great taste that you want to enjoy, but the Carb Killa line of products from Grenade solve that problem, and then some.

In this article, we’re going to take a look at the inspiring story behind the Grenade brand, and how their mission has propelled them to the top of the list of innovative low carb companies around the world. We’ll also explore some of the excellent low carb products from Grenade, including bars, spreads and even brownies.

First, let’s get up to speed on how Grenade got started.

The Story of Grenade

Grenade’s story begins in 2009 in the UK, when sports supplement distributors Alan and Juliet Barratt got tired of the plethora of health food and supplement brands that all seemed to look and sound the same, with little or no differentiation between them. Their mission was a simple one, but a big challenge; to create a brand of quality health food products that would be instantly recognizable and very memorable.

Drawing inspiration from the very positive early results of a weight-loss formula product, the name ‘Grenade’ was chosen to represent the dramatic impact that their products would have on the lifestyles and healthy living of their customers.

Since its inception, Grenade has quickly risen to become one of the most well-known brands in the world of low carb products and active living foods. Their line of products has expanded to include a wide range of low carb high-protein bars, delicious high-protein spreads, and even an amazingly tasty high-protein brownie that you’ve just got to try.

Now, let’s take a closer look at the most popular products from Grenade that you can find right here at The Low Carb Grocery.

Grenade Carb Killa High-Protein Bars

This is the product that catapulted Grenade in to the spotlight. Their line of high-protein Carb Killa bars are made from only the finest of ingredients and are the perfect alternative snack for chocolate bar lovers who want all the great taste without the extra carbs or high sugar content.

Carb Killa bars are packed with protein and deliver long-lasting energy to keep you powered up for whatever adventure you choose, or as a pick-me-up snack to satisfy your hunger. Choose from delicious flavours like White Chocolate, Peanut Nutter, Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough, and Banana Armour, just to name a few.

Check out the complete line of Carb Killa bars here and shop now.

Grenade Carb Killa Protein Spreads

You’ll never look at a protein spread the same way after you try the amazing Carb Killa Protein spreads from Grenade. Made with whey protein for long-lasting energy, and extremely low in sugar, these tasty spreads are a fantastic way to boost your breakfast and add some great flavours. Spread them on low carb waffles, toast, or muffins for a taste experience that will get you fired up and ready for the day.

Choose from delicious spread flavours like Hazelnut, Jaffa Quake, Milk Chocolate, and White Chocolate Cookie. All Carb Killa spreads are 20% protein and have over 80% less sugar than other chocolate spreads. Pick some up today and change up your breakfast routine with some new tastes and extra protein.

Grenade Carb Killa High-Protein Brownies

As if the Carb Killa bars and spreads aren’t indulgent enough, Grenade kicked things up a notch by introducing Carb Killa High-Protein Chocolate Fudge Brownies that are the ultimate low carb high-protein snack treat. Featuring a triple-layer of chocolate, fudge and frosted topping, these are sure to satisfy even the most hardcore of chocolate addicts.

Carb Killa High-Protein Brownies contain a whopping 15g of protein and only 2g of sugar per bar, making them perfect as a guilt-free treat for low carb dieters.

Enjoy the Great Taste of Grenade Carb Killa Products

There’s no need to settle for a mediocre-tasting protein bar just to keep the carb counts low. Grenade proves that you can stick to your low carb diet and enjoy fantastic taste at the same time with each and every one of their unique Carb Killa products.

Give them a try today and we’re sure you’ll agree, Grenade totally delivers on their promise of making delicious low carb high-protein foods that are definitely memorable!