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Slim Twin Cookies & Cream Review | Low-Carb Ice Cream | Keto-Friendly

All right, guys. I’m back with another ice
cream review. It’s Slim Twin’s Cookies & Cream. Gonna review it right after this! Hey, guys. Welcome to A.D. Keto. My name is Aaron. This is the channel where you can watch a weird dad work his way through
the ketogenic diet. I do some keto eating vlogs, I do some keto product reviews, and I do some keto giveaways. If this is your first time here, please consider
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the bell. So I’m continuing to make my way through Slim Trimmemmn’z… line up,
with Cookies & Cream. As you may or may not know, I break my reviews into four
parts. I talk about the texture of the ice cream. That’s what’s most important
to me. How does it feel coming out of the pint? How does it feel going into the
mouth? (That’s what she said). Then I talk about the flavor. Do I like it? Does it
meet my expectations? I’m expecting this to taste like Oreos. We’ll see what it
does taste like. I’ve got pen on my hand. The third part of the review is the carbs.
How’s it looking, how’s it stacking up with the other guys in Slim Twin’s lineup
as far as the carbs go? And then the fourth part I talk about is the
ingredients, and how those are looking. So let’s get into it! This is Slim Twin’s
Cookies & Cream flavor. I don’t know how I got that pen on my hand. It’s really
upsetting me. Okay. As always, they’ve got a cool…I’m splashing myself with frost. Off to a bad start. Oh! There you go. There is Cookies and/or Cream. Looks good. Looks very good. Let’s see how we do with the texture.
It’s a touch… touch on the frosty side. This has been out of my freezer for
about a half an hour. Texture is actually pretty good. I think maybe just this… I’m gonna try out to get around the outside here. I find that that’s where it gets melted
most quickly. A little bit of frostiness to it. You know, in general, I find
that the longer you leave these things out, the better. It’s really
shocking to me how long you have to leave some of them out. Half an hour
might be a little too quick to have popped the lid on this guy. Yeah.
Texture needs some more time. So I give it a pass there again, because I jumped the
gun. The flavor, however, it’s pretty good. There are pretty good big pieces… big
chunks of what appear to be Oreo stuff. Very doughy. You know, it’s like cookie
dough — dark chocolate cookie dough. So I do like the taste. It’s not quite that
rich Oreo flavor I was hoping for, but I can taste… you know, something similar to that, for sure. All right, let’s get into the carbs. 13 grams of total carbs, 3
dietary fiber, 3 sugar alcohols. So, at 7 grams of net carbs per serving, this is
on the high end for Slim Twin. this is 28 grams of net carbs per pint. That might
be the highest I’ve had from them yet. That is a little higher than I like to
go. So I probably wouldn’t be eating this whole thing in one sitting.
I’d parse it out. So let’s take a look at the ingredients. Nonfat milk, chocolate
cookies (which are wheat flour, powdered sugar, sunflower oil, cane sugar, cocoa
(which is processed with alkali), cocoa… again, baking soda, salt, vanilla extract).
So that’s… those were the ingredients of the chocolate cookies. Then you’ve got
egg yolk, milk protein concentrate, erythritol, soluble tapioca fiber, cream,
vanilla extract, cane sugar. Why is cane sugar in here twice? Oh, because cane sugar was in the chocolate cookies. They listed that separately. Locust bean gum, monk
fruit extract, the asterisk next to nearly all of these ingredients means
organic. Like I said before, organic or not, cane sugar is cane sugar. So the
carbs situation, coupled with the ingredients situation —
not sure that this would be high on my list of ice creams to go after when I’m
at Whole Foods. This might be near the bottom of the list when I rank these, but
you know? In moderation, this could very well work for me. Could very well work
for you. If you’ve had it, let me know what you think. Tell me down in the
comments. That’s gonna wrap it up for this video, guys. I hope you enjoyed it.
Thank you for watching, thank you for subscribing. I hope you have a fantastic
day, and I will see you next time. I’m gonna move this microphone much
closer. Keep it coming… there it is. Back it up. Back it up. Back it up. Get BACK! ckckck. There. Nice audio. NICE AUDIO.

Randall Smitham



  1. Joshua Brown Posted on July 3, 2018 at 2:32 pm

    Aaron, what's your take in the Net Carbs vs Total Carbs debate?

  2. Carolina Keto Posted on July 3, 2018 at 2:32 pm

    Love me some cookies & cream in general. Can't wait to try this one.

  3. Austin Forreal Posted on July 3, 2018 at 2:37 pm

    Patiently waiting for your keto-mojo review got mine 3 weeks ago been between 1.8-5.2 since measuring I know chasing ketones is bad but it feels amazing just knowing I’m deep in ketosis kinda validates all the hard work keep up what you do Aaron vlogs are amazing

  4. Brad Harting Posted on July 3, 2018 at 2:39 pm

    Love how honest you are with these reviews! I know you won't ever give us a sales pitch, just your honest opinion and that is refreshing!

  5. Keto in Transition Posted on July 3, 2018 at 3:49 pm

    “That’s what she said?” Really?

  6. Christine Reber Posted on July 3, 2018 at 4:50 pm

    00:44 and Aaron is a 13 year old boy… 😀

  7. Vintage Girls Posted on July 3, 2018 at 8:00 pm

    Yes slim twin lemon cookie is great too. 👍🔥Great videos

  8. Mogchi Posted on July 4, 2018 at 12:02 am

    I wish I could find this in Las Vegas!

  9. SioLazer Posted on July 4, 2018 at 2:26 am

    I clicked to watch knowing there is no way I'd touch this product. Why? You make fun videos. Thanks! But since you asked… the other weird crap that goes into commercial ice cream (keto friendly or not, which I don't think this one is really) is what turns me off more than the sugar. I'm curious about how tapioca fiber affects me since that really seems like some weird science. I'll stick with my mason jar ice cream.

  10. Foodie Turned Sleevie Posted on July 4, 2018 at 3:44 am

    I like the addition to the bookshelf 🙂

  11. einstini15 Posted on July 4, 2018 at 4:25 am

    If you buy this ice cream on the company website, its 60$ for 6 pints plus 60$ shipping… so about 20$ per pint…

  12. Stephanie Posted on July 4, 2018 at 11:19 am

    I totally subscribe after "How does it feel going into the mouth.. that's what she said"🤣

  13. watchautumnketo Posted on July 4, 2018 at 11:32 pm

    OMG you've officially added "ingredients" into the lineup!! SUCH EVOLUTION!!! Not feeling those ingredients. Great stuff, A!

  14. TashaDoesKeto Posted on July 5, 2018 at 2:39 am

    Hahaha that’s what she said!

  15. Althea McNabb Posted on July 5, 2018 at 6:18 pm

    Just subscribed and was sent from Keto Connect! Ill binge watch you after work. lol

  16. Mad Salty Gaming Posted on July 7, 2018 at 5:35 am

    Good to see a review on the Slim Twin Cookies & Cream! The regular Three Twins Cookies & Cream is my favorite Cookies & Cream ice cream, loving how flavorful the base is since it has that grayish color, so every bite has a great cookies & cream flavor. Some Cookies & Cream ice creams have more of a white color of the vanilla, while just having larger cookie pieces in there, and I prefer mine to have smaller to medium size cookie pieces, while the base having a grayish color. Anyway, I haven't tried this Slim Twin Cookies & Cream yet unfortunately, but I hope to soon.

  17. Jennifer Jacobs Posted on July 21, 2018 at 1:30 am

    I have a new found awe for your weight loss now that I'm beginning to see just how deep your ice cream obsession must have been pre-keto. 🙂 Thanks for always being our guinea pig with the products.