The Walnut Ghee is by far the house favorite at Ketogeek for its bold and unique flavor profile. The caramel flavor of ghee blends in really well with Walnuts with a little bit of sweetness. There is a reason why it's been our bestseller for a while now.
The foil lid can be made into a spoon and the product can be consumed as is.
Freeze for 2 hours and consume as ice-cream bar
Frothed Walnut Milk
Using a frother or mixer, add 6-8 ounces of boiling water to create a Walnut milk drink
Using a frother or mixer, add 6-8 ounces of cold water to create a cooling high fat drink
Frozen Pie Crust
Layer under cream or filling and freeze or refrigerate to add a crust to your recipe
Layer the product on cookies, cakes or use it as a frosting in any recipe
Melt and drizzle on your favorite savory dish or add to your batter for Walnut Flavoring
Ingredients: English Walnuts, Grassfed Ghee, Erythritol, MCT Oil, Grassfed Whey Protein Concentrate, Sunflower Lecithin, Madagascar Vanilla, Monk Fruit Extract, Salt.
Energy Pods are multi-purpose and highly versatile food products that are aimed to provide you with fats and/or proteins on your journey to your dietary goals. Our Energy Pods compliment a low carb or Ketogenic lifestyle. They can be consumed simply as a pudding using the lid that can be made into a spoon or can be made into a drink, ice-cream or spread. It is shelf-stable and not spoilt easily by temperature variance and hence great for traveling in extreme environments. For more uses, click on the 'Directions & Uses' tab above for this product.
No. The product will not spoil in very high or low temperatures due to the consituent ingredients. However, you can melt, refrigerate or freeze it to consume it whatever way you like! We particularly enjoy freezing it and making an ice-cream out of it.
Nearly all the dairy is removed when Ghee is prepared. No nuts are present but the product is made in a facility that processes nuts.
Monk fruit extract and Erythritol are sweeteners found naturally and have very low glycemic impact. Here's a study that shows it.
Currently we don't offer that service.
Net carbs are total carbs minus sugar alcohols and fiber.