Low Carb Oven | Keto-Friendly pastries! | 2g Net Carbs per cake!

Low Carb Oven | Keto-Friendly pastries! | 2g Net Carbs per cake!

August 7, 2019 41 By William Morgan


I’m gonna review some stuff from a
company called Low Carb Oven. They sent
me some pastries — keto-friendly pastries.
I’m gonna check them out right after this.
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clicking the bell. So guys, a little while
ago, I received a nice message on
Instagram from a company called Low Carb
Oven. Or Low Car Boven. Low Carb Oven, I
think, is how it’s pronounced. And they
make low-carb pastries. Here’s what it
says right on their website: KetoKakes
by Low Carb Oven. Low Carb Oven’s Keto
Kakes are gluten-free, sugar-free treats
made with top-quality ingredients. We use
only the finest almond flour, grass-fed
butter, cage free eggs, aan zero glycemic
impact sweeteners. Baked in small batches
and shipped directly to our customers,
they are convenient, perfectly portioned….
No Oxford comma there. Low Carb Oven, we need to talk. …and delicious. Most
importantly, you can enjoy these sweet
treats without taking your ketogenic or
low carb diet off-track. So that’s cool.
They are a Florida-based company. They’re
in Sunrise, Florida. They offer six bundt
cakes and three cookie cakes, ranging
from $12 to $18 on their website. You can
check them out at LowCarbOven.com. They
were nice enough to send me two of the
bundt cakes, which are these flavors. This
is Lemon Poppy Seed, and Cinnamon…
something… Cinnamon Spice. I’ll just throw them
all around. There’s cinnamon spice. The
label that… the actual item is on the
bottom, there. May be nice to have them
right on top, so you can tell what they are.
And then they also sent me one of the…
one of the Cookie Cakes. This is the
Maple Pecan Cookie Cake. So I’m gonna check them all out. We’re
gonna start with the Lemon…Lemon Poppy Cake. Now I’ve got to apologize to these
guys, because they sent these things to
me, and I put them down here in my studio.
And they they got in touch with me and
they said, “Have you gotten those things
yet?” and I said, “Yep, I’m gonna review them as soon as I can. They’re down in my
studio.” And they were like, “Oh, please put
them in a refrigerator. They’re meant to
be refrigerated.” So that was a week ago.
So these things have been sitting in my
refrigerator for a week. Probably not the
best if… you know, you’re looking to do a
review of these things. But I’m gonna start with Lemon Poppy Seed. There it is.
Cute little guy. Whoa!
That’s… hmm.
Oh! [hacking / choking]
Operator error, I promise. I just had some
cake go down my trachea. Oh! I did the
same thing a couple weeks ago with the
GoUltima.
I was drinking some GoUltima
beverage, and it just…
I forgot how my throat works or
something. And it went down my trachea,
and I coughed. Let that not be a statement about my enjoyment of this cake, because
look at how bready that is. It’s very,
very sweet, too. I was surprised by how
sweet it was.
That’s really, really good. Um… the texture
is really, really nice, and the taste is
very lemony. Nice little poppy seeds in
there. Boy, I’m a fan of lemon. I’m gonna
check out the Nutrition Facts.
I’m gonna be okay. Don’t need to send the
medic. Reg. Okay, Lemon Poppyseed:
servings per container: 4. So I just had
a serving. 220 calories, 22 grams of fat,
9 saturated fat, one hundred milligrams of
cholesterol, 16 milligrams of sodium, 18
total carbohydrates, two dietary fiber, 14
sugar alcohol. So that gets us down to
two net carbs. That’s a lot of erythritol.
Here are the ingredients. Oh, five grams
of protein. Here are the ingredients:
almond flour, egg, unsalted grass-fed
butter, sweetener (which is erythritol,
oligosaccharides, and natural flavors)
then lemon extract (which is water,
alcohol, and lemon oil), and then poppy
seeds, Hains purefoods baking powder.
Sodium free, gluten free vanilla extract
(which has vanilla bean extractives in
water and alcohol). Then there’s salt,
xanthan gum, stevia extract powder. So
that is two net carbs. A lot of total
carbs and a lot of erythritol, but two
net carbs. If you’re doing the net carb
thing, these are… these are really good. I
like the lemon very much. I’m gonna try
the cinnamon bundt cake here. Just gonna read the stuff ahead of time, and give myself
time to prepare for…you know, forgetting
how to eat and choking. One cake is the
serving size. 220 calories, 22 grams of
fat, 9 saturated fat, 100 milligrams
cholesterol, 60 milligrams sodium, 18
total carbs, two dietary fiber, 14 sugar
alcohols, 5 grams of protein. So very
similar macros. They’re almost exactly
the same. I think they are exactly the
same. The ingredients in the cinnamon:
almond flour, egg, unsalted grass-fed
butter, sweetener (which is erythritol,
oligosaccharides, and natural flavors) and
then spices, cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg,
allspice, and sulfiting agents. Vanilla extract (which is vanilla bean
extractives in water and alcohol), baking
powder, (gluten-free) salt, stevia extract,
and xanthan gum. All right. Let’s give these guys a try.
I’m gonna do my best to eat like an
adult. These are really cool-looking. You
know? You get a nice portion size, there.
Hmm. I very much like these, you guys. Really,
really, bready.
Doughey. Muffin-y. Wow.
They might be a touch sweet for me. Again, there’s a lot of erythritol in here.
Oh, yeah. Those are fantastic. Okay. Last
one! I’m gonna try it. It’s their cookie
cake. Let’s read the nutrition on these
guys first. Serving size: one bar. So eight
servings per container. 210 calories, 21
grams of fat, 7 grams saturated fat, 40
milligrams cholesterol, 105 milligrams sodium, 14 grams of total carbs, 3 dietary fiber,
9 sugar alcohols. So again, we’re down to
2 net carbs. 5 grams of protein. Less
sweetener in these. A little bit more
fiber. Ingredients: almond flour, grass-fed
butter, pecans, sweetener (which is
erythritol, oligosaccharides, and natural
flavors), monk fruit sweetener, egg,
frontier maple flavor (which is glycerin,
water, and natural flavors) baking powder (which is gluten-free), vanilla extract
(which is vanilla bean extractives in
water and alcohol), then there’s cinnamon,
salt, xanthan gum, stevia extract powder.
Cool! So all three of these items — really
pretty clean ingredients. Can’t complain there. Here is what the… is
this maple pecan, did I say? Yeah, maple
pecan cookie cake looks like. Oh, it
smells fantastic. There’s that. Like a
little square of goodness. Looks like some
whole pecans in there.
Man. Again, texture is really good. But I
think I prefer the texture of the
muffins to these bars. And again, there’s
a lot of sweetness going on here.
Can’t complain. That’s incredibly tasty.
Really something. Hmm.
Wow. I’m impressed with these three
products. Again, these guys have a total
of nine products. I just sampled a third
of them. I think that was my dinner. But
they are very sweet. Definitely will
scratch that itch if you have…you know,
if you’re wanting to have a muffin. A
sweet little muffin, or a sweet little
cookie bar. You can do a lot worse than what Low Carb Oven is offering. So check
them out. They’re a lowcarboven.com.
I’ll leave the link in the description
to this video. So that’s gonna wrap it up,
guys. I hope you enjoyed this video. I
hope you didn’t mind me nearly choking
to death on a bundt cake.
Maybe I’ll remix that in the
post-credits sequence, here. But that’s
gonna wrap it up for this video. I hope
you enjoyed it. I hope you have a
fantastic day,
and I will see you next time
[remixed hacking]