I’m always looking for additional ways to get more protein into my diet while still watching my carb intake. I also was looking for a certified vegan bagel. In my search, I ran across the Eat BetterBrand’s Better Bagel. Founder and CEO of BetterBrand, Aimee Yang, started her food tech company with the goal of giving people better options to cut down on carb loaded products.
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🥯 Better Bagels are:
- Plant based 🌱
- Low fat ⌛
- High protein 💪🏽
- Low sugar with no added sugar 🍬
- Keto friendly 🥩
- Made in the USA (California)
Better Bagels have only 5g net carbs – so that’s like the carbs in two SLICES of banana. Better Bagels have 27g of protein – the same amount of protein as in 4 eggs, but obviously less fat. There’s no added sugar in Better Bagels. The sugar content of Better Bagels is the same as one celery stick – so 1 gram of sugar. One Better Bagel is 195 cal, 5.5 g of fat, 23 g of carbs but with 18 g of fiber ( so 5g of net carbs) and less than 1 g of sugar. They also have a good amount of calcium and potassium too. They are not gluten-free; Better Bagels contain wheat. Better Bagels are keto friendly. They are also vegan, non-GMO, and organic.
Ingredients: modified wheat starch, wheat protein isolates, potato starch, chicory root fiber, organic brown rice flour, organic white vinegar, yeast, extra virgin olive oil, salt and enzymes.
BetterBrand’s Better Bagels – Vegan Keto Protein Bagels
BetterBagels are high protein, vegan, low fat, and keto friendly!
Better Bagels taste pretty darn outstanding. They are a great substitute for a carby bagel, especially if you’re following a meal plan that cuts back on your carbs and you have been missing this breakfast treat. They smell amazing while toasting. I’m a huge fan of a chewy bagel and these bagels do not miss the mark of great consistency. They are very filling! I’m sure that’s due to both the fiber and protein content. A half of a bagel is more than suffice for me, but I usually end up just eating the whole bagel. For my tastebuds, I noticed they have a small aftertaste; It’s more noticeable in the Plain flavored bagels more than the Everything bagel. It wasn’t an off-putting taste, but enough to mention. Considering the nutritional value of these bagels, I’d definitely be willing to purchase the flavored version again. They are a bit on the expensive side, though. As of the posting of this review, a bag of 4 bagels is $16 USD, or $4 a bagel. They do offer bulk pricing, which lowers the pricing per bagel a smidge to $3.44.
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