Beef Soup Base
With the Beef Soup Base, we were experimenting around with different flavors: Clam Chowder, Beef Stew, Hot and Sour Soup, and more. We realized that rather than have it with a flavor, why not just leave it unflavored and let people use whatever they like?! So make soup, use it to bake, throw in some ground beef, go really nuts and mix it like a hot shake =); think of the Beef Soup Base as a blank canvas waiting for you to have fun. Without anything added it still has a nice beef flavor thanks to the beef bone broth protein. Works well with just about every fat we've tried including butter, beef tallow, bacon grease, duck fat, heavy cream, avocado oil, and more!
Savory Chicken Soup
Savory Chicken Soup is one of the most versatile flavors of Keto Chow we have ever introduced with over a dozen recipes incorporating the Savory Chicken Soup, it also works exceptionally well simply as a soup with some meat and (maybe) some non-starchy vegetables. Without anything added it still has a nice chicken flavor. Works well with just about every fat we've tried including butter, beef tallow, bacon grease, duck fat, heavy cream, avocado oil, and more!
Spicy Taco Soup Base
Spicy Taco Soup; it's not super spicy, just enough for most people. If you like it spicier you can always add more! Try it with some ground beef, maybe a little onion and some avocado chunks? The Taco Soup works well with just about every fat we've tried including: butter, beef tallow, bacon grease, duck fat, heavy cream, avocado oil, and more! Protip: Quest makes some keto-friendly nacho tortilla chips =)
Creamy Tomato basil
Creamy Tomato Basil! You know you want to find some low carb bread, make a grilled cheese sandwich and dip it in some of this. Go for it! Works well with just about every fat we've tried including butter, beef tallow, bacon grease, duck fat, heavy cream, avocado oil, and more!
Complete Keto Nutrition
Like, seriously complete. Use it for as many meals a day as you like for as long as you like.
As low as 0.6g net carbs
Get 1/3 of your daily nutrients while maintaining amazingly low carbs. The 6g of acacia gum fiber in each serving actually gets metabolized into fat by your gut bacteria, it's seriously cool.
They're meant to be consumed warm or hot, with or without added "soupy" ingredients, you'll probably want more salt though =)
Highest Quality Ingredients
Keto Chow is made by people who actually DO keto. We use it ourselves - we won't settle for junk so you get the best we can offer.
Savory for soups, baking, and other fun!
packed with nutrients and flavor
Ingredients: Powdered Beef Protein, Powdered Beef Bone Broth, Acacia Gum, Salt, Potassium Chloride, Calcium Phosphate, Magnesium Malate, Xanthan Gum, Potassium Citrate, Choline L-Bitartrate, Vitamin Blend (Ascorbic Acid [C], Vitamin A Palmitate, Cholecalciferol [D3], D-Alpha Tocopherol Acetate [E], Niacinamide [B3], Zinc Gluconate, D-Calcium Pantothenate [B5], Ferrous Gluconate [Iron], Manganese Amino Acid Chelate, Copper Gluconate, Pyridoxal 5 phosphate [B6], Riboflavin [B2], Thiamine [B1], Potassium Iodide, 5-Methyltetrahydrofolate [Folate/B9], Lutein, Lycopene, D-Biotin, Chromium Picolinate, Selenium Amino Acid Chelate, Menaquinonem [K2], Molybdenum Amino Acid Chelate, Vanadium Amino Acid Chelate, Methylcobalamin [B12]).
Specific flavors also contain: Powdered Tomato, Paprika Oleoresin (color), Natural Flavors, Canola Oil (<0.1g in the flavoring), Sunflower Oil (<0.1g in the flavoring). See the flavor labels below for more information.
Contains no dairy nor sweeteners, natural or otherwise.
Add fat source: salted butter, bacon fat, oil, heavy cream, etc... See our site for amount to use.
Add 14oz (414ml) hot/warm water. Boiling water tends to curdle or make the protein lumpy.
Add 1 packet of powder.
Mix until all the powder
is wet using an immersion blender or whisk.
You can add salt & pepper, seasonings, even veggies or meat!
Quite simply: Keto Chow is a meal Replacement shake mix. You mix it up with water and a fat of your choosing (usually heavy cream or melted butter) to make a complete keto meal. Because you add the fat, Keto Chow works for whatever calories you want.
Not very much until you add the fat you want, that's one of the best things about Keto Chow - it works for whatever you need. You can make a shake be 200 - 2000 calories!
the easiest and most popular fat to use is heavy cream. If you're open to putting in a little more effort, melted butter is another very popular option, it mixes up a little thinner but the flavor of Keto Chow comes through stronger. People also use avocado oil, melted coconut oil, and other fats, it's pretty versatile!
If you REALLY wanted to, you can, but most people don't want to do that and it's really not necessary. Keto Chow completely replaces as many meals a day as you want. For most people that's 1 or 2 a day, but you can replace all 3 for months at a time if you like. It's pretty versatile.
Hey, it's what we chose and it's memorable! If you want to get technical, the basis of the name actually comes from the TV show "Futurama" where there was a fake product called "Batchelor Chow" - who knew, right? The word "chow" to denote "food" (in this case, quite simply "Keto Food") dates back to 1855. In 1894 the food company Purina started to use "chow" for its various animal foods and "Dog Chow" was not introduced until 1957. The US Air Force and Marines use the term "Chow Hall" but I wasn't able to find specific history on when that practice started, I'm assuming it was also before 1957.
Every flavor so far - amazing. Great job KC!
I've been making my own shakes using a protein powder sold in bulk, for over a year. I should have remembered the adage "if it's not broken, don't fix it".
I really wanted to like Keto Chow. I was excited to have soup again.
I've tried the chicken soup, the strawberry shake, the mocha shake, and the banana. The texture feels greasy. How is that possible. The flavors have been almost indiscernible, with a hint of bad milk and plastic. (I used water and heavy whipping cream)
No amount of doctoring the soup made it appealing. It was chalky, and put me in mind of eating cornstarch, chicken bouillon, and water.
I'm recommending this to people I don't like.
I wasn't planning to share my experience, but keto chow has emailed me twice now, asking for it.
Unfortunately, I have to say that I hated both the flavors I tried. I bought several thinking I would love these soups as much as I love the shakes. But, no. I couldn’t stand more than a spoon from chicken and tomato. I threw them away.
Not for my taste, unfortunately. I was looking forward to trying them because I needed something Keto easy to prepare.
Now I have three or four of them and I won’t be able to have them.
That being said, the shakes are awesome. I’ll keep buying chocolate and strawberry shakes. Totally recommend them! :)
The spicy taco soup is the best savory flavor of keto chow. I wish it was available in the larger bags.
They are all tasty. I used butter (Kerrigold) for fat. Then I added a couple handfuls of spinach leaves. Spicy Taco is my favorite. Quick and easy to make.
Keto Chow - Sample/Individual Meal (Savory Soup Flavors)
Keto Chow - Sample/Individual Meal (Savory Soup Flavors)
Taste good. Keto fast food but on the healthy side. Unfortunately, won't be able to afford it. Try it!
I ordered both the sweet and savory sampler packs. Sweet was good, very , very thick, but with a lot of added fluid, was drinkable. Beef base soup, was terrible. It tastes like bad collagen... like burnt tires. It made me nauseous. I’m scared to taste the other savory flavors.