Are Noshu products good for you?

A health advocate herself, Rachel says Noshu is suitable for those who have intolerances and allergies, as well as diabetes. “It’s really exciting there are now options for kids because kids do like to have fun treats and being able to give them something that satisfies that without the sugar load is really cool.”

Is Noshu a keto brand?

Are your products suitable for keto? Our Donuts, Blondies, Brownie Mix, and Low Carb Pancake Mix have been popular among the Keto community for their lower carb content.

Are Noshu brownies keto?

If you’ve just discovered our super fudgy brownie mix and don’t eat eggs, don’t worry… it’s gluten-free, keto friendly, nut-free – and can be made to suit a vegan diet!

How many calories are in a Noshu bar?

There are 138 calories in 1 serving (32 g) of Noshu Cherry & Coconut Bar.

Is Noshu OK for diabetics?

Made from zero or low GI sweeteners and high fibre ingredients, Noshu sweet treats offer decadence without the guilt, making them the perfect diabetic-friendly or weight loss snack.

Are Noshu bars keto?

At Noshu, we never compromise on taste. We use natural, plant-based sweeteners, high quality Non-GMO ingredients, and real chocolate from UTZ Certified Cocoa to reinvent your favourite indulgences without all the refined sugar and excessive carbs. These game changers are also keto friendly and made without Maltitol.

How many carbs are in a Noshu donut?

3.2 g
Nutrition Information

Calories 118 (495 kJ)
Carbohydrate 3.2 g 1%
Sugars 1.4 g
Dietary Fibre 4.6 g 15%
Sodium 49 mg 2%

How many carbs are in Noshu brownies?

Nutrition Facts

Qty per serving Qty per 100g / 100ml
Total Fat 6.1g 21.2g
Saturated Fat 0.9g 3g
Carbohydrate 4.8g 16.8g
Sugars 0.4g 1.4g

How many calories are in a Noshu sugar free brownie?

Nutrition Information

Calories 92 (383 kJ)
Total Fat 6 g 9%
Saturated Fat 0.9 g 4%
Carbohydrate 4.8 g 2%
Sugars 0.1 g

Are Noshu bars Keto?

Are Noshu bars vegan?

This low calorie self-saucing chocolate pudding is indulgent, decadent and feels much ‘naughtier’ than it really is! With absolutely no added sugar or fuss, it’s the ultimate quick dessert and can also be made vegan friendly.

What biscuits can a diabetic eat?

Here are five biscuit options that are safe for you to include in your diabetic diet.

  • Diabliss Millet Cookies.
  • Diabodelite Multi-grain Sugar-Free cookies.
  • Sunfeast Farmlite Digestive Oats with Almond biscuits.
  • Britannia Nutrichoice essentials.
  • Diabexy Diabetic Almond Cookies.