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Onnit Keto Box Subscription Review – July 2018

Jessica Hapak
ByJessica HapakAug 1, 2018 | 5 comments

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Onnit is a website that focuses on ketogenic-friendly food, supplements, fitness, and apparel. They also created the Onnit Keto Box, which sends recipes and the highest-quality low-carb snacks and supplements.

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This box was sent to us at no cost for review. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)

Onnit Keto Box July 2018 review

About The Box

The Subscription Box: Onnit Keto Box

The Cost: $55.95 a month + free shipping

The Products: High quality, low-carb snacks, and supplements to support your ketogenic lifestyle

Shipping: US

Good to Know: Boxes ship around the 10th of each month!

Onnit Keto Box July 2018 Review

 

This box came with a detailed info sheet.

Along with a mini booklet of keto recipes.

A coupon for Primal Kitchen was also included!

Coconut Oil & Himalayan Salt Sprouted Pili Nuts, 2 0.53 oz bags - Buy a pack of 2, 1.85 oz bags for $14.99

Before this box I have never heard of pili nuts—they are native to the Filipino rainforest. I thought they tasted a lot like a less dense macadamia nut, and the flavor was relatively mild. The coconut oil and salt complimented the nuts well, and overall I think these are a great way to get healthy fats into your diet.

Walnut Almond Cashew Trilogy Butter, 2 8oz jars - Retail Value $33.90 ($16.95 each)

When I first saw two jars of this trilogy butter I was wondering why two jars were sent. Then I tried it and I was like “heck yeah I have two jars of this!” This nut butter is really good. I am not a big peanut butter person, and I definitely am not a natural nut butter person, so I was surprised how liquidy this was when I opened the jar. That's normal for natural nut butters, and storing the jar upside down can help with it. You can really taste the walnuts and almonds in this butter, and I am amazed that the only ingredients are organic walnuts, organic almonds, and organic cashews! Though bread isn’t keto-friendly, this nut butter tasted delicious on top of a piece of toast with a drizzle of syrup (it’s a breakfast my mom made for me when I was a kid).

People’s Choice Carne Seca Beef Jerky, 2.5 oz

People’s Choice Carne Seca Beef Jerky, 2.5 oz - Retail Value $6

This jerky was so good! The flavor of lemon and peppers really came through, and the overall flavor was bright and tangy. It reminded me a lot of some of the street tacos I would eat when I lived in Southern Arizona. Delicious!

People's Choice also offers a variety of subscription boxes. Check out our reviews to learn more!

Primal Kitchen Chipotle Lime Mayo with Avocado Oil, 12 oz - Retail Value $9.95

Heck yes to full-size kitchen staples with the added health benefits thanks to avocado oil. The chipotle lime flavor of this mayo added a nice kick to the creamy spread, and this really amped up my turkey and cheese sandwich.

Gouda Moon Cheese, 2 oz

Gouda Moon Cheese, 2 oz - Retail Value $4.99

A lot of the time I am not really a fan of dried cheese snacks—there usually is a bitter aftertaste I don't enjoy. This is the first time I've tried the gouda version, however, and I really liked it. These really pack a big crunch that leads me to think this would be a great crouton replacement on a salad, and since gouda is milder in flavor there isn't a bitter aftertaste. I also like how the cheese looks like little moons!

Four Sigmatic Mushroom Sampler Box - Retail Value $10

Well, this is a new one for me! I don’t typically drink coffee, so I can't judge this as a coffee replacement. This is made with coffee beans, only it is also made with mushrooms to support productivity and focus. I am not a coffee connoisseur, but this did have a typical coffee flavor (that I do not really enjoy). I didn't really notice an increase in my daily productivity, but I don't typically rely on coffee for that, to begin with. This sampler box also included various elixirs made with mushrooms to help with sleep, focus, and general wellness. Overall I thought this was interesting, but not really for me. I am just fine with a hot cup of herbal tea.

The Verdict: I thought the overall curation of this Onnit Keto Box was pretty stellar- I loved receiving pantry staples in the nut butter and mayo, as well as snacks in the jerky and cheese. I felt like the collection of recipes also included in this box really adds to the value as well, as finding creative recipes can be challenging. Though I do not follow an exclusive keto diet, I thought this box really offered items to help me get more healthy fats in my diet. I couldn’t find a value of the pili nuts, but the value of everything else adds up to $64.84, which is right about $10 over the $55.95 cost of the box, including free shipping!

To Wrap Up:

Can you get this box if you sign up today? From Onnit Keto Box:

Onnit Keto Boxes are shipped on the 10th of every month for orders placed the previous month. Your order should arrive on your doorstep near the 15th of each month.

Value Breakdown: This box costs $55.95 + free shipping, which means that each of the 7 items in the box (counting the two nut butters as two items) has an average cost of $8.

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Jessica Hapak
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I am a staunch believer that pineapple doesn’t belong on pizza and when I’m not working as a family law attorney I enjoy hiking the Louisiana trails (alligator sightings are a favorite!) or relaxing with Duchess, my cat. I’m a sucker for anything labeled a mystery box and I’ve never met a bath bomb I didn’t like.

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amber

Commented earlier, but it isn’t showing up. No surprise. I said it would be nice if someone who reviewed the Keto boxes was actually on a keto diet (which Jessica has said in a previous post that she isn’t) because these foods are high in fat content (to replace carbs as energy fuel) and if you’re not limiting carbs, then I don’t have a good idea of how these foods are working for you as replacements.

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Amber

I appreciate that you all are reviewing a lot of different types of boxes, but I think that if you’re going to review a Keto box, that you should actually be on a keto diet. Otherwise, you’re really not doing yourself any favors by eating a buttload of fats (which is the carb replacement) and seems to be high content in these items. Plus, you’ll also have a perspective on how the foods make you feel after eating. I tried keto for a while, and I had a hard time adding enough fats (mentally, I couldn’t do it) and I was just always hungry.

That being said, I NEED THAT JERKY. Thanks for the tip on the jerky box, I may need to try one out!!

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Lisa

Hate to be a debbie downer but I think the person reviewing the box should be more invested in the products they are reviewing. I was interested in the keto box reviews as they are new and I am keto. But I found both reviews by someone not invested or even that interested in keto seem pointless. I was curious to see what other food boxes this individual reviewed and I found candy, sweets and junk food (Canuck Box, Japan Candy, Exotic Noods et et). So the perspective on keto food and keto lifestyle can’t be very informed. Case and point the comment on Keto Krate “Fat, Fit and Go Knead and Squeeze” and the calorie content. If there was knowledge of Keto you’d know fat is what you need to get in your body. Calorie count is secondary. This is made for an athlete. Hence the comment that it didn’t fit the person’s dietary needs was bizarre when candy and junk food are the other boxes being reviewed by this person. Sorry but the hypocrisy was screaming at me.

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Renee

Hmmm, with a coupon, I’d consider this one 🙂

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Nyx

Agree, these items look like they might be better than ketokrate but I just can’t with this price tag. Keto is already expensive enough without a crazy-priced sub box every month!

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