Sugar-Free Dark Chocolate Pumpkin Seed Butter Cups (42 g)
You asked, we answered!
We are taking our all-natural Pumpkin Seed Butter Cups to the next level. The same allergy-friendly cup, now SUGAR-FREE!
These cups are sweetened with the best sugar alcohol, Erythritol. And if you're on the Ketogenic Diet, these will be the best dang treat you will give yourself!
Why do we say the best? After testing other sweeteners like Stevia and Monk Fruit, we fell in love with Erythritol. It has only 6% of the calories found in sugar and doesn't cause the bloating and digestive upset like other sugar alcohols. Most of Erythritol gets directly absorbed in to the bloodstream before it even reaches the colon. This means less calories, less carbs and a happy tummy!
Our Sugar-Free Cups are a great treat option if you are on a Keto or Paleo diet, diabetic or are looking to reduce your added sugar intake.
These are handmade in Calgary and contain dark vegan chocolate filled with a creamy organic pumpkin seed butter filling.
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Besides their delicious taste, they are a treat to feel good about. Some of the other key benefits of the ingredients:
- Nut free
- Tree-nut free
- High in Fibre
- Ethically sourced cocoa
- No added preservatives, emulsifiers or chemicals
Pretty tasky for Keto
I like these refridgerator chilled best. I love that the 'milk' chocolate has no actual milk, it just cuts the intensity of the dark chocolate, while still balancing nicely between chocolate and pumpkin butter.
Love the taste
Amazing tasting cups. Can't believe they are made with pumpkin. Very fast delivery as well.
By far one of the best Keto sweets I've tried
I try a lot of new stuff for keto as I discover it. Many options are "good substitutes" but obviously substitutes. These clearly don't taste like peanut butter but they do taste like a real non-keto sweet snack option, not just a sub for one. Would 100% recommend. The only real struggle as with most keto snack options is the price tag. I get that it's more expensive to produce and I don't fault anyone, just unfortunate because I really can't afford to regularly or even irregularly snack at $5 a pop. Just not in the budget, unfortunately. The occasional sweet treat for sure though, if you can get these packs down to like $3 at some point I could see buying them far more often.
Thanks so much for your feedback Kurtis! I'd suggest subscribing to our email list or following us on IG as we offer promotions quite often and then you can stock up for less ;)