Raw Keto Breakfast Bars Recipe Book

 Raw Keto Breakfast Bars Recipe Book

The keto breakfast bars recipe book will save you a ton of money on your keto diet! The keto breakfast bars are not only delicious on-the-go snacks, the bars are super-fresh, easy to make, and may help keep you regular! And, there is no baking required for the keto breakfast bars.

Most “low carb” bars sold at stores contain sugar and have more than 15 or 20 grams of carbs! And many times cost more than a couple bucks for a single bar. This delicious raw keto breakfast bars recipe book contain genuinely keto low carb, sugar-free recipes. They are relatively keto-friendly before subtracting the dietary fiber for your net carbs.

“What-A-Joy is one of my favorite keto breakfast bars!” – Kim

Because of this, the keto breakfast bars are an excellent choice for keto, low carb dieters, diabetics, and candida sufferers. Since the bars are also low in sodium, they are a great option for people that need a low carb, low sodium diet.

Keto Breakfast Bars Recipe

“I can’t believe these keto breakfast bars are low carb! – Ben 

The Run Down

Cinna-Coconut Lemon is simply delightful with only 0.5g Net Carb! It is keto low carb, high fiber, delicious, and filling. A unique combination that you must try.

1 Serving: 142 Calories, 11.5g Fat, 5.5g Carbs, 5g Dietary Fibers, 3g Protein


What-A-Joy is simply delicious with <5g Net Carbs! If you enjoy coconut, almonds and chocolate, you will love this low carb recipe!

1 Serving: 192 Calories, 12.5g Fat, 8.5g Carbs, 5g Dietary Fibers, 5.5g Protein


Triple Dark Chocolate is for the big chocolate fans! It is one of the “feel good” keto breakfast bars with only about 5g Net Carbs!

1 Serving = 165 Calories, 11g Fat, 9g Carbs, 4g Dietary Fibers, 5.5g Protein


Banana Walnut keto breakfast bars are only 2.5g Net Carbs! Banana Nut bread fans will really enjoy this yummy breakfast on-the-go.

1 Serving = 155 Calories, 12.5g Fat, 6.5g Carbs, 4g Dietary Fibers, 4g Protein


Coconut Chia Seed is one of our delicious high-fiber keto breakfast bars with only 3g Net Carbs!

1 Serving = 200 Calories, 13.5g Fat, 8g Carbs, 5g Dietary Fibers, 6g Protein


Crunchy Peanut Butter is for the huge peanut butter fans with 6g Net Carbs! All I will say is – yummy!

1 Serving = 250 Calories, 19.5g Fat, 10g Carbs, 4g Dietary Fibers, 9g Protein


Pumpkin Spice Flaxseed is one of my favorites because it contains only 3g Net Carbs and it smells and tastes like Fall!

1 Serving = 135 Calories, 9.5g Fat, 6g Carbs, 3g Dietary Fibers, 5g Protein


Keto Breakfast Bars

$2.99

The Keto Breakfast Bars Recipe Book is nicely illustrated, yet simple 19-page keto breakfast cookbook. You can view the recipe book on your computer or open it in iBooks for a page-turning experience.

Nutrition Highlights:

  • No Sugar
  • Low Sodium
  • High Fiber
  • Low Glycemic
  • Gluten Free

What’s Inside:

  • Navigable Links
  • Learn More About Some Of The Health Benefits
  • 7 Delicious Keto Breakfast Bars Recipes

Conclusion

The keto breakfast bars are simple, healthy, and taste good! The recipes are single servings, so you can make them fresh everyday! You can enjoy the bars on a traditional low carb diet, Atkins diet, or keto diet. So, you can get your keto breakfast bars recipe book today!

2 Comments Add yours

  1. miatcrawford says:

    I tried the pumpkin spice. Delicious. The first bite I could chomp on the pumpkin seeds. It was moist and most importantly I could feel food in my stomach.

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Lyn says:

      Hi Mia! Thanks for sharing your thoughts! I agree – they are surprisingly very filling and delicious!

      Like

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