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Unique Father’s Day Gift Ideas

5 Unique Father’s Day Gift Ideas for 2018

The last thing your father wants is another tie. Got it? You get one day a year to say thanks for being my dad. Maybe try something different this year.

Our dads have done a lot for us. They put together our first bikes. They kicked around the soccer ball with us. They gave us sage wisdom. If we asked for it or not. So let’s treat them well this year.

We’ve put together a guide to figuring out what to get your dad this year. And if you’re still having problems figuring it out, we’ve also got a few suggestions for you to consider. So let’s figure out what to get your dad.

What to get dad this year

There are three factors to consider when shopping for your dad—your budget, his taste, and the potential for personalization.

What’s your budget?

Showing your dad how much you appreciate him doesn’t require a huge outlay of cash. If the gift you have in mind will cause you to default on your mortgage, reconsider. Remember, your dad was just starting out once, too. He knows how tough it can be.

On this occasion, it’s the thought that counts. Thought and effort—that’s the key. And if you can put a smile on his face while still staying solvent, he’ll know he’s taught you well. Can you imagine anything more rewarding?

What kind of man is your father?

Dads come in all flavors, and they’re all into different stuff. The key to unlocking that perfect gift is figuring out what makes dad tick and no one knows your dad better than you.

Is he an avid reader? An audiophile? A sports fan? Consider something tailored to his personal taste. Especially if he’s the kind of guy who loves something but never buys it for himself.

Browse the web for shops that sell rare, one-of-a-kind gifts. The world is full of quality second-hand specialty shops selling their wares online. They might have the perfect thing you never thought you’d get your hands on.

Do you have time to personalize it?

If you’ve given yourself enough time, you can make a gift for dad even better by having it engraved or monogrammed. Or anything else that adds a personal touch that makes your dad feel special.

Still looking for some more concrete suggestions? Keep scrolling. We’ve got a few ideas to help you narrow things down.

1.)   Consider male grooming needs

Whiskers. It’s the number one complaint kids have about their dads. But as we get older and our skin gets thicker, we learn to appreciate facial hair as part and parcel of the man who raised us. When thinking of gifts for Father’s Day, consider dad’s beard.

Does your pop like to keep his face clean shaven? If so, maybe he needs something high end in the shaving department. Is the old man using a disposable shaver from Bic or Gillette? Enough of that nonsense. Kick his face game into high gear with a traditional straight razor. Just like the one his father probably used. You get brownie points on thoughtful gifts that remind dad of his own father.

Men who use straight razors have fewer ingrown hairs and less razor burn. And it leaves the face impeccably smooth. Not sure where to start? See if the Bevel system is to his liking.

Maybe your dad has a beard. In that case, make it the most luxurious beard in town by getting him a beard care kit, complete with beard brush, shampoo, and conditioner.

Or perhaps your dad works too hard and never takes time for himself. Get him a gift certificate for a high-end barbershop. One that really pampers a man. Better yet, take him yourself and pick up the tab. Let him know he raised you right. Make him relax under hot towels for a few minutes before he gets a straight razor shave from a trusted professional. Make him feel like a million bucks.

2.)   For the barbecue lover

Meat. It’s been fueling our species for millennia. And it’s best cooked low and slow.

Dad knows the best things are those where time and consideration play a major factor. Yes, a quickly fired steak can be a wondrous thing, but nothing beats the refined yet rustic elegance of smoked brisket, pulled pork, or Kansas City-style ribs.

If your dad can’t spend enough time with his grill, maybe it’s time he came over to the smoky side. There are several kinds of smokers available. The most common are bullet, offset, and cabinet. An important factor to consider is how much downtime dad has. Bullet and offset smokers can keep a guy busy for hours keeping the fire just right. Cabinet smokers, on the other hand, are less time-consuming and labor-intensive. Several have auto-feeding fuel sources that can keep going for hours while the meat slowly cooks to tender, mouth-watering perfection.

A great starter unit is the Bradley 31-inch Vertical 4-Rack Digital Electric Smoker. It comes with lots of room to cook your ribs and a digital heat control, so you don’t wind up burning them.

Or you could simplify things, instead. Take dad out for great barbecue. As the demand grows, barbecue joints are popping up everywhere. To pick the best one, avoid the chains, then scout out your remaining options. Drive by each one when they’re open and roll your window down. Does it smell like a real wood fire? If so, consider making a reservation.

3.)   A fitness tracker

Many dads get the health bug, whether they’ve always been active or whether it’s a recent trend. It likely has to do with you. You’re an adult now and dad wants to maximize the time you can spend together. It’s a good thing.

Nothing helps dad get in shape, stay in shape, and maybe push himself a little further each day like a fitness tracker. Trackers keep track of everything these days. How far you’ve run. Your heart rate. Your sleep cycles. They keep track of statistics and goals and let dad track his progress and see how well he’s doing.

Depending on the functionality you want, trackers can get pricey. But a good, reasonably priced device is the Fitbit Versa Smartwatch. You can get is for around $250. Besides tracking dad’s progress, it also does wallet-free payments, music, and other apps. It’s even water resistant if dad’s preferred workout is swimming.

4.)   A cocktail shaker set

Some dads love their beer, and that’s okay. But maybe there’s a mixologist in your dad just dying to be released?

Nothing shakes up a cocktail party like actual cocktails. Get dad mixing up martinis for the whole gang. If he’s a little unsure of where to start, ask for a vodka martini à la James Bond. No one’s cooler than James Bond.

The great thing about getting dad a proper shaker set is that it’s the gift that just keeps giving. If it takes off, next year you can buy him some decent martini glasses. Maybe a quality bottle of gin over the holidays. Whenever you’re heading over, call ahead and see if you should pick up some ice along the way.

And they’re easy to personalize. You can pick up something everyday functional for the practical dad. Browse thrift stores and pawn shops for the dad who appreciates vintage chic. Or shell out for a designer name for the dad who already has everything.

5.)   Something to throw

Do your warmest, fuzziest memories of your father involve hanging out in the backyard or a park tossing something back and forth? Honestly, it’s the simplest things that affect us most deeply sometimes.

Have a Field of Dreams moment with your pop this Father’s Day. Even if you shell out the big bucks for a fancy present, bring along a ball. Or better yet, a frisbee. And go outside and toss it around with him. Just like old times. Sitting around and chatting in the living room is fine and dandy for a sewing circle. But this is Father’s Day we’re talking about, and that demands a deeper connection.

Make it a Father’s Day to remember

You get one day a year to show your dad how much you appreciate his guidance. Make it count. Figure out who your father is. What makes him unique? Then get him something that reflects his personality, customizing it as much as possible as far as your budget allows.

With a little thought, you can show your pop how much he means to you and never give him another crumby tie ever again. For some, that alone will ensure it’s the best Father’s Day ever.

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Low Carb Indian Recipes

Five Unique, Delicious Low Carb Indian Recipes

Aromatic, bold, and exciting flavours abound in the world of Indian cuisine. Thanks mostly due to the spices and seasonings used to prepare many of the signature dishes of India, these recipes are popular around the world for their big, spicy flavours and intriguing use of unusual ingredients. However, many people on the low carb diet steer clear of Indian cuisine simply because of its prominent use of things like rice or naan bread. Fortunately for those living the low carb lifestyle, there are many dishes in the realm of Indian cuisine that are low carb, and many more that can easily have the carbs reduced by making a few smart substitutions.

In this article, we’re going to take a look at some of the common sources of carbs in Indian foods, as well as some of the ways that you can easily cut those carbs out. In addition, we’ve also gathered together some of the best low carb Indian recipes we’ve ever found. Let’s start with an overview of some of the common themes of Indian food, and where most of the carbs can be found.

Sources of Carbs in Indian Cooking

There are several common sources of carbs in Indian cuisine, so it’s important to be aware of them so you can order smart at Indian restaurants and avoid choosing dishes to make at home that may not be a great fit for the low carb diet.

The most common source of carbs in Indian food comes from rice, which is in many of the most popular dishes from that region. Fortunately, rice can easily be omitted from most of them entirely.

Naan bread is another very popular part of Indian cuisine. This warm flatbread is generally used as a side dish or accompaniment for many types of dishes. Since naan is such a yummy part of Indian foods, it would be a shame to have to skip it, so we’ve found this amazing recipe for a low carb naan bread that you can make at home to go with your favourite meals.

Other sources of carbs common in Indian foods include the pastry used to create samosas, as well as ingredients such as potatoes, lentils, chickpeas, or other types of peas and legumes. Recipes that are heavy on those types of ingredients should be avoided by low carb dieters, as well as those that use flour to thicken sauces. In cases of flour thickeners, you can easily use an alternative low-carb thickener like the ones we describe in our guide to low carb gravy and sauces.

That about covers it for things to keep an eye on when it comes to planning your low carb Indian feast, so let’s move on to a collection of recipes that are sure to make a regular appearance on your meal plans.

Indian Spiced Roast Chicken

If your family is anything like ours, you’ll probably agree that a whole roast chicken for dinner is always a big hit. This recipe adds some exciting new flavours to your chicken, and always comes out tender and juicy. The combination of curry, garlic, ginger and onions produce a mesmerizing aroma that will have your mouth watering. It’s just a little bit spicy, but you can always adjust the quantity of any of the seasonings to your preference, making it enjoyable for everyone’s palette.

Whole Roasted Tandoori Cauliflower

No need to chop up that cauliflower for this recipe, because we’re going to roast the whole thing in one big piece! Tandoori cooking is one of the most well-known signatures of Indian cuisine, and it’s not hard to see why. The distinctive blend of spices and seasonings tastes fantastic, and its unmistakable red colouring adds some visual flair to your meal.

Like any other spice blend, the heat of this recipe can easily be amped up or toned down by adjusting the amount of cayenne or chili powder to your taste. Experiment with different levels until you find your perfect balance of flavour and heat.

Low Carb Indian Butter Chicken

This is another dish that is popular the world over for its delectable savoury flavour which is perfectly suited to soft, tender chicken. While commonly served with rice, this particular recipe leaves the rice out and serves the sauce and chicken alongside oven roasted cauliflower, producing a hearty and healthy low carb meal the whole family will love.

30-Minute Paneer Cheese

Any chef who ventures in to the world of Indian cooking will definitely want to learn how to make paneer cheese, which is a type of non-aged cheese unique to the region. Paneer is used in many different Indian recipes, and while you can typically find it in the specialty cheese section of grocery stores, making it at home is easy and fast.

This recipe shows you how to make your own authentic paneer cheese in just 30 minutes using only a small set of ingredients.

South Indian Style Egg Curry

What list of Indian foods would be complete without a great curry recipe? For our final entry in this collection of low carb Indian recipes, we bring this incredible egg curry dish prepared in the style of southern Indian chefs. This is a rich, hearty, and warmth-filled meal that is sure to make you come back for seconds, or maybe even thirds.

Serve this recipe with a side of the low carb naan bread that we mentioned earlier, or try it with Joesph’s Bakery lavash bread, either way, you’ll definitely love the results!


If you’ve never made a foray in to the world of Indian foods, we certainly hope this article has inspired you to start experiencing the wonderful collection of tastes that it has to offer. As you can see, it’s not all about super-spicy foods or big quantities of rice. There is a wide array of recipes to explore, and we’re sure that everyone will be able to find something new to enjoy.

For anyone who wants the taste of India but is short on time, you can find tasty prepared sauces that are a perfect fit for the low carb diet, like this Indian Curry Sauce from Mr. Spice. It’s a great way to save time and still get a delicious Indian-inspired meal ready to serve.

The next time you update your weekly meal plan, try including one or two of these tasty dishes and experience the bold flavours of Indian cuisine!

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Make Low Carb and Keto Sushi at Home

Tips and Tricks for Making Low Carb and Keto Sushi at Home

Sushi is renowned for being a very healthy type of cuisine, and its popularity is increasing across Canada by leaps and bounds. For low carb dieters, sushi can be a fantastic addition to your meal plan, but many people are apprehensive about trying to make it at home since it is so different from typical North American cooking styles. In addition, there are a few things to consider about sushi when on the low carb diet, as there can be a much higher carb count in some varieties than you’d expect.

In this particular article, we will generally be speaking about maki sushi, which is also commonly known as a sushi roll and is usually the style of sushi most frequently seen on menus around the country. Here, we will be sharing the tips and tricks on how to make sure your sushi stays very low in carbs and tastes absolutely delicious.

While maki sushi can be made from a vast array of potential ingredients, there are some that are common to virtually all the different types of maki rolls. Most maki rolls start with a thin sheet of nori, which is made from a special type of Asian seaweed, which contains virtually no carbs at all. Most of the carb content in sushi will come from the rice, and from secondary ingredients such as the sugar found in teriyaki sauce, for example.

Substituting the ingredients in sushi that contain carbs involves finding alternatives to the rice, and low-sugar or sugar-free options for any sauces or marinades that you intend to use. The recipes below have everything you need to know to make low carb sushi, but if all you need is a rice substitute, check out this method for making low carb sushi rice from a simple set of ingredients and cauliflower. If your recipe calls for a common Asian sauce like teriyaki or hoisin, be sure to look for products that better suit the low carb diet to help keep the sugar to a minimum.

Tools You’ll Need to Make Sushi

There are actually very few things that you’ll need to make your sushi at home. With only a few tools, you’ll be all ready to begin. The first thing you’ll need is a sushi mat, which is what is used to roll the sushi up in to the familiar maki style before it is cut in to individual pieces. Sushi mats are traditionally made from bamboo, but other materials that are flexible and non-stick are also available.

The other common tool that is used to help prepare sushi is a wide, flat paddle to spread the ingredients in to thin layers of even thickness. Again, the traditional and most popular material for these paddles is bamboo, but like sushi mats, can also be made from other common non-stick kitchen materials.

To get setup, we recommend this bamboo sushi mat and paddle set from Helen’s Asian Kitchen. It has a classic style, just like the ones used at authentic sushi restaurants.

If you already have a suitable paddle, and just need a mat, here’s a top-quality silicone sushi mat from Lékué. The silicone is hygienic, non-stick, dishwasher-safe and will last a very long time.

Now that you’ve got the gear you need and have a good idea on how to keep things low in carbs, let’s move on to some delicious keto friendly sushi recipes!

Keto Sushi Rolls

This recipe is a great place to start for sushi beginners, and it covers all the essentials from start to finish, including making their own variation of cauliflower sushi rice. The end result is a tasty low carb and keto friendly California roll with fresh salmon, firm avocado, and crisp cucumbers. A little cream cheese adds a bit of extra flavour to this recipe.

For even more help on making this version of low carb keto sushi, here’s the how-to video from that guides you through this recipe step-by-step.

No-Rice Keto & Low Carb Sushi Rolls

This unique variation on sushi actually does away with the rice component entirely, focusing instead on the fresh taste of the vegetables and the wonderful flavour of smoked salmon. This recipe for no-rice sushi rolls is perfect for making in smaller quantities when all you want is a fresh and healthy snack. Plus, since it’s smoked salmon instead of fresh, anyone who has an aversion to the idea of raw fish will be happy with this option.


If you have been missing sushi since you started your low carb diet because of the rice component, then worry no more because sushi is back on the menu! As you can see, making sushi the low carb and keto way is really not all that complicated. With the right tools and a little bit of practice, you’ll be rolling up your maki just like the experts.

Sushi is a great type of cuisine for those of us who like to experiment with different combinations of ingredients, searching for our own special discovery of new flavours. Don’t be afraid to try swapping in different vegetables, sauces, or other ingredients. You never know when you’ll stumble on to the next great taste!

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5 Low Carb BBQ Recipes for 2018

Five Delicious Low Carb Barbecue Recipes to Kick-off Summer

Summer is here, and we want you to make the most out of every moment with these amazing low carb barbecue recipes. Planning the perfect summer party with family and friends is a great time to get creative and try some exciting new recipes, as well as a few classics that everyone will be craving when the sun is shining and the laughter starts flowing.

Getting Ready to Grill

Before you throw any food on your grill, you’re going to want to make sure that it’s clean and ready to go for the summer. This means giving it a thorough cleaning and inspection to make sure everything is working properly. Having a clean grill is essential to getting the best results from your cooking, so check out our complete guide to cleaning your grill and make sure that your barbecue is ready for a summer full of delicious low carb grilling.

If you’re planning a big get-together with friends and family, a little bit of preparation the night before the big event can make things a lot easier when guests start arriving. There are plenty of simple things you can do to save time, such as preparing condiments, toppings, salads, and beverages, as well as organizing dishes, napkins and utensils the night before. That way all you have to do is settle the guests on the picnic table and you’re ready to serve.

You’ll also want to make sure that all your grilling gear is clean and at the ready. Break out your tongs, skewers, flippers, thermometers, and most importantly a cool apron for the grill master to wear, such as this awesome ‘Eh Team’ apron that any Canadian griller would love.

Now that you’re sufficiently geared up and ready to cook, let’s take a look at 5 amazing recipes that will be a huge hit at your next backyard barbecue.

Grilled Shrimp Scampi Skewers

We’re starting out this list with a fresh and light option that seafood lovers will definitely appreciate. Cooking with skewers is a great way to keep things easy and fast, since the smaller individual pieces of food will cook quickly, and you can prep them all early when cooking larger quantities. This recipe combines fresh shrimp with savoury garlic butter and the tang of lemon for a light and delicious meal that’s simple to make and perfect for the low carb diet.

Low Carb Jerk BBQ Ribs

Now let’s spice things up a bit with the unmistakable taste of Caribbean jerk seasoning. There’s nothing quite like perfect barbecue ribs, and the added kick of the jerk spices make this recipe even better. Preparing these takes a bit of extra time to achieve the best results, but when you taste the final product, these fall-off-the-bone ribs are totally worth it. The sauce is a tasty combo of sweet and spicy, which will leave you licking your fingers and very satisfied.

Low Carb Potato Salad

Okay, so this particular recipe isn’t prepared on the grill, and it doesn’t actually contain potatoes, but what backyard barbecue would be complete without some cool, fresh, delicious salads to go with your meal? This low carb version of classic potato salad swaps out the potatoes for other vegetables including turnip, rutabaga, cucumbers, celery root, and cauliflower to create a delicious taste experience that your family and friends will devour. One taste, and you’ll know why we put it on this list!

BBQ Bacon Cheese Hot Dogs

Now here’s a hot dog that you’ll never forget! These incredible creations are the result of merging gourmet hot dogs with gouda cheese, bacon, and your favourite low-sugar or sugar-free barbecue sauce. These bad boys are equally good on their own, or nestled in a nice, toasted low carb hot dog bun and loaded with tasty toppings. Whichever way you prefer to eat these dogs, we guarantee that you’ll be back for more, again and again.

Brie and Caramelized Onion Stuffed Burgers

If you thought we were going to end this article with a run-of-the-mill beef burger, then think again. These incredible burgers are anything but ordinary! The juicy, 100% beef patties are stuffed with hot and melty brie cheese and delectable grilled onions that are simply made for each other. You’ll love these just as much on their own with a side of cool, fresh salad as you will on a light and fluffy low carb hamburger bun. Serve these up at your next barbecue, and don’t be surprised if you get a standing ovation.


There’s just nothing that compares to the relaxed atmosphere and fun experiences of a backyard barbecue on a warm, sunny day. It’s simply one of the best ways to spend time outdoors with friends and family and create memories that will last a lifetime. Serving up a great meal that both satisfies every guest and fits the low carb lifestyle can be easy, especially with recipe ideas like this to choose from.

Stocking up your kitchen with healthy and delicious ingredients for your barbecue menu is a breeze when you stop by The Low Carb Grocery or shop with us online. We’ve got a wide range of low carb buns to cradle your burgers and dogs, as well as a huge selection of condiments, seasonings and dressings to choose from. This summer, you’ll be loving the low carb lifestyle even more!

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Low Carb Noodles from Al Dente Carba Nada

Experience the Difference with Al Dente Carba Nada Noodles

Pasta is one of those foods that many who are just starting out on the low carb diet often believe is off-limits, which is understandable, but not entirely correct. Traditional wheat pastas and noodles are definitely higher in carbs than what you should be including on your low carb meal plans, but this doesn’t mean that pasta needs to be taken off the menu completely. There are many different types of alternative noodles that you can use to make an amazing pasta dish that has the authentic taste you’re looking for but keeps the carb count very low.

Al Dente Pasta is one of the top brands in the world of low carb noodles with their Carba Nada line of products. In this article, we’ll take a look at the Al Dente brand and what their philosophy is behind how they make their noodles. We’ll also explore the different kinds of low carb noodles that they offer as part of their Carba Nada line, as well as a couple of fun recipe suggestions that you can use to put a healthy and low carb pasta meal on the table that the whole family will love. Let’s get started!

About Al Dente Pasta

The origins of Al Dente Pasta Company go back as far as 1980, when founder Monique Deschaine was in New York City and started to notice a big shift in the food culture. There was a huge spike in interest in different cuisines from around the world, and Italian food saw a massive surge in popularity across the country. Taking inspiration from renowned Italian food guru Marcella Hazan and learning expert pasta making techniques, Monique quickly started her own pasta company dedicated to top-quality products made the old-world way, which is still the driving force of Al Dente Pasta to this day.

What Makes Carba Nada Pasta Different?

Traditional Italian pasta is made primarily from a wheat flour called semolina, which is a big part of why the pasta has such a distinctive taste and texture. Unfortunately, semolina flour is also where the majority of the carbs in the pasta come from. To help solve this problem for low carb dieters, Al Dente developed their own proprietary blend of ingredients for their line of Carba Nada low carb pasta that significantly reduces the quantity of semolina flour used to make the noodles. They use high-protein soy flour and fibre in order to supplement the semolina and produce a noodle that has the classic Italian taste and texture that you want, at a much lower overall carb count when compared to traditional pasta.

Popular Al Dente Carba Nada Products

Al Dente has a world-famous reputation for delicious pasta, and their Carba Nada line includes some exciting flavours that add extra flair to your meals. Our customers definitely agree that Carba Nada has a great taste, and the fact that these noodles are ready in just 3-5 minutes means that you can have a delicious meal delivered to your table fast.

For a classic pasta taste, Carba Nada Egg Fettucine noodles are a great option to help keep the carbs under control in all your favourite Italian pasta dishes. Plus, they are high in protein, and 100% free of GMO as well as being kosher and vegetarian friendly.

If you’re a fan of the flavour of basil, then you’ve got to try these Basil-infused Fettuccine noodles. They’ve got just enough basil in them to add a nice, savoury accent to your meal and are the perfect way to give a classic Italian pasta sauce a bit more character.

If garlic is what you love in your pasta, then these Roasted Garlic Fettuccine noodles are the answer. These noodles are the perfect way to complement an Alfredo sauce, or any other pasta recipe that would benefit from a little extra bit of garlic.

For a unique twist in your noodles, we recommend you give these Lemon Pepper Fettuccine noodles a try. With a bit of lemon juice and a subtle hint of cracked peppercorns, these noodles give any pasta dish a fresh new taste that you’ll love.

With all these styles of pasta to choose from, we’re sure that you’ve already started running through your favourite pasta recipes in your head and trying to choose which one to make next. If you can’t decide, and need some additional inspiration, we’ve found a couple of great recipes on the Al Dente Pasta website that you can use to really bring out the best in your Carba Nada noodles.

Tuna Pasta with Spinach and Capers

This recipe is deceptively simple, but the result is a wonderful combination of zesty, savoury and salty. This one is perfect for the classic taste of Carba Nada egg fettuccine noodles and can easily be customized by adding your favourite Italian ingredients like fresh tomatoes or olives.

Broccoli Rabe with Chickpeas

If you’re already sold on the roasted garlic Carba Nada noodles and need a recipe to go with them, try this fantastic creation. It’s a little bit spicy, and extremely delicious. It’s also easy to turn this in to a Marsala recipe with the addition of some red wine to the mix. Definitely yummy!


As far as pasta is concerned, we are big fans and love the fact that brands like Al Dente have made such delicious low carb noodles to choose from. It seems like everyone has their own favourite types of pasta, and with the great Carba Nada products from Al Dente, you can add even more personalization to your meal by experimenting with the different flavours. Perhaps try the roasted garlic noodles with a nice alfredo sauce or boost your Bolognese with the taste of the basil noodles.

Whatever you decide, we’re confident that you’ll be glad you chose Al Dente Carba Nada noodles to complete your meal.

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Atkins Endulge Low Carb Treats & Snacks

Enjoy Decadent Low Carb Treats with Atkins Endulge

Chocolate lovers know the challenge of finding a really good quality low-sugar or sugar free chocolate treat that has the right taste and texture to satisfy those cravings. All too often, it seems like you have to trade great chocolatey flavours for low sugar content or make concessions on your meal plan in order to accommodate the extra sugar of your favourite sweet treat. If this sounds familiar, then we’re here to tell you about the wonderful line of delicious Endulge treats from Atkins.

As one of the world’s leading low carb brands, Atkins knows the importance of adhering to the rules of your low carb lifestyle and makes a broad range of products specifically to meet those needs without sacrificing great taste. We’re going to take a look at the wide variety of sweet and chocolatey products that Atkins offers, and we’re sure you’ll agree that their Endulge treats are the perfect fit for your low carb diet.

Atkins Endulge Bars

We’re no strangers to the cravings that we all get from time to time for the classic taste of a chocolate covered candy bar, which is why we’re big fans of Atkins Endulge bars. These bars are a convenient and delicious snack for those mid-afternoon energy slumps, or any time when you feel like a taste of rich, decadent chocolate. Atkins Endulge bars are available in many different flavours to suit a wide range of taste preferences. You can choose from Chocolate Caramel Mousse, Chocolate Covered Coconut, Caramel Nut Chew, and more. Each Atkins Endulge bar contains no more than 1g of sugar, making them a guilt-free treat for low carb dieters. Browse our selection of Atkins Endulge Bars.

Atkins Endulge Trail Mix, Nuts & Chocolate Candies

For those of us who prefer to munch on smaller-sized sweet treats, Atkins Endulge also includes a selection of products such as Trail Mix, Chocolate Covered Almonds, Candy Coated Peanuts, and Chocolate Candies. Just like Endulge bars, these treats contain no more than 1g of sugar per serving, and they taste absolutely delicious. These treats are perfect for pouring in a bowl and sharing with family and friends over some great conversation, or as a fun snack for your next weekend movie night.

Atkins Endulge Chocolate Treats

Of all the Endulge treats, these are definitely the most decadent and if you didn’t know they were from Atkins, you’d never suspect they were low sugar. Choose from Peanut Butter Cups, Caramel Filled Chocolates, Nutty Fudge Brownies, and Pecan Caramel Clusters to satisfy your need for smooth, creamy chocolate. Our customers consistently give rave reviews for the taste and texture of these treats and love the fact that they can enjoy a truly delicious chocolatey snack without hurting their low carb diet progress.

What Do Low Carb Grocery Customers Think?

Our customers really can’t say enough good things about Atkins Endulge treats. Here are just a few of the 5-star reviews our customers have taken the time to leave for their favourite Atkins Endulge products.

For the Atkins Endulge Chocolate Covered Coconut Bar: “This is my favorite Atkins bar, it’s tastes so good, wouldn’t know it was low carb. The coconut is so good in the bar and the chocolate is great too!”


For the Atkins Endulge Peanut Butter Cups: “These tasted so yummy! If you have a chocolate craving definitely give these a try! They are my new favourite dessert!”

For the Atkins Endulge Chocolate Covered Almonds: “Fantastic! Taste just like any other chocolate covered almonds that I have had. Nice size serving, too. Will definitely order these again.”

There are plenty more stellar reviews to read that will have you rushing to order your own supply of these delicious little treats. Atkins Endulge are the perfect combination of low sugar content, great taste, and satisfying serving size for low carb dieters to enjoy as part of their regular routines. Browse our entire selection of Atkins Endluge treats and place your order today to experience these fantastic flavours for yourself.


For low carb dieters that have struggled to find a chocolatey treat that really delivers an authentic taste, Atkins Endulge are exactly the treats you’ve been waiting for.

Whether you are all about the crunch of a candy-coated chocolate morsel, or prefer smooth caramel filling, or cannot wait to sink your teeth in to a soft, chewy fudge brownie, you can’t go wrong with this line of quality snacks from Atkins.

Just don’t be surprised if the rest of your family tries to sneak some of your snacks, so you may need to guard them carefully!