Know Foods Review & Discount Code – What I Don’t Recommend (And Why!)


Today you can get 20% off any Know Better Foods products, which is a GREAT deal! Just use the discount code IKNOWBETTER at checkout to get 20% off. Plus orders over $40 get Free Shipping too. πŸ™‚ Enjoy!

I have 3 videos for you in this post, including Live Product Demos and explanations of their product line (and my preferences) – plus a video from Dr. Wade on the use & effects of Allulose on a ketogenic / low carb diet.

In addition to the great discount code, the other BIG news is that they now offer a NEW Cookie Variety Pack where you can try all four low carb cookies (one of each flavor) in ONE single box. That way you can find out which flavor you like best! πŸ™‚

NEW: Know Cookies Variety BoxKnow Foods took the web by storm when their HUGE Low Carb Cookie was featured in the September Keto Krate.

The BIG QUESTION was on the actual carb count (because yes, the label is confusing!), and on the use of Allulose as the sweetener.

Specifically how allulose would affect your blood sugar and whether it would knock you out of ketosis.

It’s a relatively new low carb / low calorie sweetener, so you’ll be seeing it A LOT more across the keto community and in low carb products, but it’s definitely been raising a lot of questions! πŸ˜‰

If you’re still unsure, read:
Is Allulose a Healthy Sweetener?
– and also watch the video I included below.

To help you with the math when you’re looking at their labels, 28 grams of Allulose = 2 grams of carbs. They are currently required to label it AS sugar, which makes figuring out the Net Carbs confusing. The low carb cookies for example show 28 grams of sugar (Allulose) which equals 2 carbs – not 28.

Know Better Foods Review – Comparing Their Low Carb Products

I’ve been answering questions all over the web about Know Foods since I started reviewing them. There are two recent videos where I did Live Demos of their products too, and even taste-tested them live on video.

The perks: All of their products are Gluten Free, they are made with Super Foods, they are low carb – and they are DELICIOUS.

They even make Gluten Free Low Carb Bread. It’s 4 carbs per slice but it IS gluten free, while the low carb bread I like is only 1 net carb per slice (and isn’t).

In this video I share which Know Foods I like, which I don’t order, and why – and show the products live, including the texture of their Low Carb Bars (which is very much like a breakfast cake, or a banana bread texture):

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In my next video I compared the Low Carb Donuts to the Low Carb Cookies, and did a Live Demo of both so you can see the taste & texture:

This comparison chart shows you a side by side view of the carb & calorie count of a few of their products, which is what I was explaining in both videos:

Know Better Foods Review - Comparison Chart

Maryanne said, “Thank you for telling us about KNOW foods. I first learned to love the chocolate chip cookies! Each cookie is so huge that you can cut it into 8 pieces and enjoy for days! Then I tried the croutons which are wonderful in salad.

This week I took a chance on the β€œ5 slices” and was pleasantly surprised with the taste and moistness. So far, so good! Just hoping their products are as low carb as they say because I am really happy with my purchases. I don’t mind baking but it’s great to find low carb products that are actually good!!!”

Waffles, Donuts, Cookies, Pasta & Muffins – Oh My!

When you first browse the Know Foods products it’s easy to get swept up in all the great low carb foods you see there, and miss some of the important points.

Just the fact that you can GET low carb waffles and muffins, cookies and donuts (that actually taste like the real thing!) is AWESOME – because it’s healthy delicious low carb replacements like this that make it EASY to stay on track.

What I Have Tried So Far:

The quick list, if you’re in a hurry, that I recommend are the Cookies, Thins & Syrup.

All of the products are great (except the cupcakes, I didn’t like those), but those are the three I will definitely be keeping on hand!

Low Carb Cookies: I have tried and LOVE 3 flavors of the Know Cookies. The cinnamon is similar to snickerdoodle, the chocolate chip is PERFECT, and the double chocolate is like a thick fudgy brownie. I haven’t tried the Lemon flavor, and there are mixed reviews on that one.

Low Carb Thins: the BEST low carb cracker I have ever tried! It’s like a cross between a wheat thin and a graham cracker. Perfect texture, very crisp, and great flavor. I love these. πŸ™‚

Low Carb Syrup: Their pancake syrup is ZERO net carbs, has no aftertaste at all, and is a great consistency for your low carb waffles & pancakes. Definitely my new favorite low carb syrup.

Low Carb Bars: These are less like a traditional bar and more like a breakfast cake or banana bread texture. They are chocolate chip, and very good – but half the calories of the cookies and the same carb count. So they’re great, but more like a snack instead of a meal replacement.

Low Carb Wraps: I went through a whole pack of the Know wraps and loved them, especially toasted with cheese or fried in butter. It made a great “quick low carb wrap” meal, and a fabulous tuna melt.

Low Carb Crepes: These were cocoa flavored, very delicate, but quite good. I fried them in butter and stuffed them with cream cheese & berries. πŸ™‚

Low Carb Donuts: They are cake-like donuts, with a banana bread texture, and they were VERY good – but at 6 net carbs each they were too small and too high in carbs for me to enjoy on a regular basis.

Low Carb Waffles: The waffles are very good, you can pop them in the toaster and have a QUICK low carb breakfast, but they were too high in carbs for me to eat two waffles. So while they’re GREAT, it’s something I would only enjoy in maintenance – not doing super low carb or keto for weight loss.

Low Carb Muffins: These were entirely too small, and would add up in carbs way too fast. Especially compared to other products Know offers that have a similar texture already.

Low Carb Cupcakes: This was the ONLY product in their line that I have tried and did NOT like. I found them to be dense and dry compared to their other products, and too high in carbs (for my taste) anyway.

Know Foods Gift Card:
This made a GREAT gift for a low carb friend. πŸ˜‰

What I Have NOT Tried Yet – But Want To:

The three products that interest me most that I have NOT tried yet from Know Foods are the: Stuffing, Cereal and Pancake Mix.

I would also love to try their Slices (low carb gluten free bread) and their Pasta, but both of those are higher in carbs than I want – unless I were in maintenance.

All of their products are sweetened with Allulose – so there is NO sugar alcohol, and NO tummy upset. Their products are all natural and made with super foods – all “real food” and all gluten free.

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Here is Dr. Wade’s take on Allulose too, and the link where you can buy it online. It’s not cheap, but it’s a GREAT low carb sweetener that you’ll LOVE – and it’s finally available for the general public to buy & use…

My own experience after going through a variety of Know Foods Products (as you can see from the list above, lol) is NO spike in blood sugar and no effect on ketosis.

In fact, I’m losing weight consistently again! πŸ™‚

Even when Aaron ate a HUGE plate of FOUR Know Foods Waffles (that man can EAT, haha), he was impressed that he didn’t get a “woozy” feeling afterward or experience any bloating or weird effects – like you would by eating “real waffles.”

What have you tried so far, and what did you think?

I would love to hear which Know Foods Products you’ve tried, what you LOVE about them (or not), and what your favorites are. πŸ™‚

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The KNOW cookies are HUGE, so if you want to eat them like cookies cut them into four pieces, or even eight. I prefer to eat them as a meal, especially for something easy (but HEALTHY) to grab on the go. πŸ™‚

At $2.50 per cookie ($10 for a box of 4) they are a great value – especially since ONE cookie is a meal replacement. Of course, it’s an even better deal with the coupon code and the savings!

Let’s say you decide to stock up on the cookies today with the IKNOWBETTER Discount Code. If you buy 5 boxes of cookies and use the code to get 20% off, you’ll save $10 AND get free shipping – making each cookie only $2 each. πŸ™‚

They freeze well, so that’s a great deal to have low carb sweets, or a quick low carb meal replacement you can grab & go with. Great for running out the door in the morning, road trips, something to fuel up on while hiking, or to eat at your desk.

I look forward to hearing YOUR thoughts and YOUR favorites, so we can all help each other decide what to order today while their products are SUCH a great deal!

Lynn Terry,
aka @LowCarbTraveler


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8 Responses to Know Foods Review & Discount Code – What I Don’t Recommend (And Why!)

  1. michael Lerch says:

    Hi Lynn,

    I have enjoyed the marshmallows – chocolate and vanilla – looking forward to trying the mint chocolate ones. I did buy the chocolate chips. I am confused and even email to find out if there was a carb creep so to speak. Because while 1 tablespoon has zero carbs I assumed if you bake with them and use a cup, say for chocolate chip cookies, there would be at least a few net carbs per cup. They got back to me and said no it is zero carbs regardless of quantity. Honestly I find that hard to believe because even baker’s chocolate has carbs naturally. Do you have any thoughts on this? Maybe I did not ask them the right question.


    • Lynn Terry says:

      Hi Lisa,

      The reason is because they use Allulose as the sweetener. It’s relatively new, as explained in this post. I would say even if it did have trace carbs, a cup of chocolate chips spread out over a batch of cookies wouldn’t add up to much per cookie. πŸ˜‰

      I haven’t tried the marshmallows yet so thank you for the feedback on those!

  2. JoAnn Lucan says:

    Hi Lynn,

    This is the 2nd time I’ve ordered Know products. This time, I ordered the bars and the bread slices. I must say, I TOTALLY disliked the bread. It’s incredibly thick and needs to be toasted numerous times and it still doesn’t taste good (to me). I had to cut their other products into several pieces in order to digest them properly (I have intestinal issues). Sadly, I’m not quite as impressed so far but maybe I’ll order the marshmallows next time since I do have a sweet tooth.

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  4. Debra S. Curry says:

    I love the Know Food Chocolate chips! I also love the crackers. What is the pancake mix you like that is less carbs than the waffles? Thanks for the review!

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