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Time for another product review, guys!
This week it’s gonna be No Cow Peanut Butter Cookie, coming right up! Hey guys! Welcome to A.D. Keto. My name is Aaron. This is the channel where I talk about the ketogenic diet. I do some keto
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I upload new content. All right, guys, today it’s No Cow Protein Cookie, peanut
butter flavored. This thing came in the March 2018 KetoKrate, the opening of
which you can see right up there, and I have been waiting to dig into this. I
would kind of compare it to the KNOW cookie, which are super-huge, and have had some issues with their nutrition information not being completely
above-board. But I hear that they have started using chocolate chips that are
not sugary. Anyway, that’s a different topic. This is a review about No cookie…
I’m sorry. No Cow Protein Cookie, peanut butter-flavored. I guess I’ll break this
review down into the same categories that I do when I do ice cream
reviews. I’ll talk about the texture of the cookie, what it feels like. Maybe… I’m
hoping this is a little chewy, and moist. Then I’ll talk about the flavor.
It says it’s peanut butter flavored. That’s always good, as far as I’m
concerned. And then I’ll talk about the carbs. This– I’m sure I’ll be able to pack
this whole thing away. It’s not something that I would divide into servings. So
let’s get into it! All right. No cow. No bull. No whey! Oh, and I’ll actually read this quote on the back of the package here. “If you thought I’d let a late night cookie
craving ruin my healthy lifestyle and stomach, then you thought wrong.”
-D. Katz, founder. He was an intense dude, I could tell. All right, let’s open this guy up. There’s the cookie. It looks really nice.
It actually looks like it has chunks of peanuts in it. So the peanut butter that
they use appears to be a chunky. A chunky peanut butter. I like the looks of it.
Let’s see how it tastes and feels. You know? Not too bad. My first impression is
that it’s a touch dry. But it’s not… you know, it’s not NOT moist. It’s just… I
could go for a touch more moisture. But… pretty good. And the taste…The taste is
nice. It’s not overwhelmingly strong. I’m trying to compare it to when I… just dig
my spoon into the natural peanut butter and take a spoonful of peanut butter
into my face. This is less peanut buttery than that, so it’s a little more subtle,
Which I don’t mind at all. And I think…I always have been a crunchy
peanut butter guy, so I do appreciate the chunks of peanuts in here. Let’s read the
nutrition information, and see what we got… which I’ve managed to destroy. I’ll see if I can patch it together, here. Serving size: One cookie. Servings per container: one.
That’s good. Calories: 250. Total fat: 17 grams. Total carbohydrates… what did I do? 17 grams of total carbs. 6 dietary fiber.
7 sugar alcohol. Four net carbs. Pretty good. I’m gonna read the ingredients here,
real quick. Ingredients: protein blend, which they put in parentheses, is brown
rice protein and pea protein. Then we’ve got palm oil, peanut butter, which again
in parentheses is peanuts, salt, and palm oil. Then you have water, glycerin, peanuts, soluble vegetable fiber (parentheses corn*), erythritol, oat flour, peanut extract, xanthan gum, natural flavors, baking soda, salt, stevia extract, monk fruit. Pretty good. Let’s see what the asterisk is.
Non-GMO corn. OK. Allergen statement: Contains peanuts. Produced on equipment that also processes soy, milk, egg, and tree nuts. And it looks like No Cow is a
Denver, Colorado company. So not too bad, the ingredients there. MOC OU? Moc ou? No Cow. So not bad, the ingredients. Four net carbs. This is actually the perfect
dessert. I just had a really fatty breakfast for dinner. I had about seven
strips of bacon, and then I made some scrambled eggs in it, and this is a nice
little dessert. And I think I realized recently that I’m sensitive to Allulose, which appears in KNOW Cookies, and I think I realized it because I had a
couple of Quest Hero bars recently, which use Allulose as their main sweetener.
and man oh man, I was sitting in my daughter’s play last weekend, and didn’t
think I was gonna make it through the first act. I had some really crazy
grumblings, and some distress. But everything turned out ok. By the way, I
love Oliver! now. It’s um… I’ve been listening to the soundtrack. I do want to
finish this off. Kind of the perfect serving size. It’s a… it’s an ample cookie.
Not as huge as a KNOW cookie, again, so I don’t feel bad eating it. I wish I had thought
to bring down some milk. But that’s okay. Umm… so that’s my review. I really do like them. I’ll leave a link down below to where you can pick these up. Really pretty good. So let me know what you guys think of these, of No Cow, if
you’ve had this. I really did like it. And… so that’s gonna wrap it up for this
review. I hope you enjoyed it. I hope you have a fantastic day,
and I will see you next time!

Randall Smitham