Aldi Is Now Selling Keto Snacks That Come In Flavors Like Salted Caramel Pecan And Almond Brownie
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The month of January is meant to symbolize new beginnings; many people take it as their chance to get a jump-start on their New Year's resolutions. For some, that may mean trying out some new eating habits, and with the steady popularity of the keto lifestyle, you may be a person who wants to give that a shot. If you're unsure where to start, you should know that Aldi sells sweet keto-friendly snacks that come in some decadent flavors.

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Aldi's pre-made keto snack bars really are that easy—you can pick up from the store without having to worry about finding a recipe and getting all of the ingredients in order to make them at home. They come in individually packed servings and are available in sweet flavors like salted caramel pecan, chocolate almond brownie, and chocolate coconut macaroon.


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Each flavor is made with coconut oil and is totally gluten-free with only three net carbs per serving. It's an easy way to always have snacks on hand without worrying if they match up with your new lifestyle. Each box goes for $5.99, and those who have tried them already say they're a great way to satisfy your cravings for sweets.

The high-fat, low-carb diet has become increasingly popular in recent years. Many celebrities have even gotten in on the trend. As is true with any lifestyle change, beginning is often the most challenging part, and when it's for something like food, you might feel overwhelmed about changing your grocery shopping habits, comfort foods, and more. Thankfully, we have a ton of keto-friendly options of your favorite comfort foods like mac & cheese and chicken parm. Oh, and Aldi. There's always Aldi!

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