Monday, April 16, 2007

Snack On The Crunchy Low-Carb 'Texas Toasters'

Each 6-piece serving of "Texas Toasters" has just 1g net carb

Traditional bread made with white flour is taboo when you are livin' la vida low-carb. But when you are eating a salad and want something crunchy to eat with it or if you get the inkling for some tuna salad or other hors d'voures on your low-carb lifestyle, it would be nice to have an all-natural and delicious low-carb alternative you can turn to.

Now you've got it!

It's called Carb Counters "Texas Toasters" Twice Ovenbaked Bread Crisps from our friends at the Houston, TX-based Dixie Diner. I couldn't believe these were low-carb the first time I ate them because they are really quite delicious and give you that need for a salty side item with a crispy crunch.

Here are the ingredients:

Soy concentrate, cheese, corn starch, wheat-free cereal fiber, egg whites, canola oil, baking powder (monocalcium phosphate, sodium bicarbonate), vegetable fiber, spices, dried onions, parsley, sea salt, low glycemic monosaccharide, low glycemic fruit concentrate.

My favorite part about these all-natural tasty bread crisps with absolutely ZERO artificial ingredients or preservatives in them is the fact that they only have 1g net carbs for about 6 of them. WOW! That's hardly anything on your carb counts (even during Induction!) and yet you'll get to enjoy the benefits of eating these with confidence knowing they won't throw your low-carb diet into a tizzy!

Plus, you get 7g protein and 3g carbs in each serving of these wheat-free Carb Counters "Texas Toasters" as well. For those of you looking for ways to boost your potassium intake, these also contain 165mg potassium to help with those painful leg cramps you may have on your low-carb plan.

You'll be amazed by how awesome these taste and they come in three scrumptuous flavor varieties: Good N Plain, Dill & Onion, and Pizza (my personal favorite)! You can top them with a little spaghetti sauce, pepperoni, and mozzarella cheese for some mini-pizzas. Or scoop them in some French onion dip for a yummy snack. The possibilities for eating these are endless!

Go ahead and try them for yourself--the Carb Counters "Texas Toasters."

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