Reddi-Wip just launched a sugar-free, keto-friendly version of its whipped cream
If you’re on a keto diet or just watching your carb intake, one of the hardest things to give up is dessert.
While you can think of foods like bread and potatoes when cutting back on carbs, sugar is also loaded with carbs, which makes it a big no-no for keto and low dieters. in carbohydrates. Now, just in time for Thanksgiving and Christmas, you don’t have to skip one of the holiday’s most beloved pie fillings with a new product from Reddi-wip.
Reddi-wip Zero Sugar is made with real cream and contains 0 grams of sugar, 0 carbs and 15 calories per serving. It contains no artificial flavors, is gluten-free, and keto-friendly. The brand claims the new sugar-free option offers the same flavor as regular Reddi-wip, but with sucralose as a substitute for regular sugar.
The new Reddi-wip is now available in 6.5-ounce ($ 2.99 to $ 3.29) and 13-ounce ($ 4.79 to $ 5.29) sizes in the dairy aisles of grocery stores nationwide. . You can also find alternatives to Reddi-wip dairy products, including non-dairy coconut and non-dairy almond.
The new Reddi-wip would make the perfect topping for a keto dessert. If you don’t have a favorite recipe yet, check out this keto peanut butter cheesecake or keto pumpkin cheesecake for fall. It would even be delicious on top of that keto pumpkin spice cocktail!
If you’d rather not spend time making your own dessert, you can add the Reddi-wip to a variety of keto ice cream available in grocery stores nationwide. The Enlightened brand is also making new keto cookies, cookie dough bites, and cheesecakes.
The cheesecakes are available in classic chocolate, chocolate, strawberry, pumpkin and caramel and all but caramel chocolate have an almond vanilla crust. The Caramel Chocolate has a chocolate and almond crust and is covered with chocolate chips and caramel creme. While cheesecakes include whipped cream, there’s nothing wrong with adding a little more Reddi-wip!
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