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Kalyn’s Kitchen Picks: Kirkland Nut Bars

When you need something that’s a carb-conscious treat, these Kirkland Nut Bars are delicious!

Kirkland Nut Bars featured for Kalyn's Kitchen Picks on KalynsKitchen.com

I should probably apologize to everyone who’s not lucky enough to live near Costco, because it seems like so many of the new products I recommend for Kalyn’s Kitchen Picks come from there. It’s true, I am a huge Costco fan, and these Kirkland Nut Bars are my latest Costco discovery. Earlier I recommended the Kirkland Protein Bars (which have a lot more protein and less sugar) but these bars are something I’d eat as more of a once-in-a-while treat.

The bars have 210 calories and only 7 net carbs and 6 grams of sugar, with 6 grams of protein and 7 grams of fiber. And for a healthy grab-and-go treat, they’re delicious!

I’m guessing that these are Costco’s version of another higher-priced bar, and at $23.49 for 30 bars on Costco.com, these are a real bargain. (Here’s the link if anyone wants to buy them there. Of course Costco isn’t paying me to promote them and I’m not earning anything if you order them from the site, but I bet you’ll like them if you do try them!)

Are You a Fan of Kirkland Nut Bars?

If you try Kirkland Nut Bars, let me know how you like them. (And if you’ve found another brand of low-carb nut bars that you enjoy, let us know about that in the comments!)

Just in Case You’re Wondering: 

I purchased the Kirkland Nut Bars myself and Costco has no idea whatsoever that I’m writing about their product. And so readers will know that my opinions are completely unbiased, I don’t accept review products from the many companies who offer to send them to me or accept compensation for writing about products.

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    14 Comments on “Kalyn’s Kitchen Picks: Kirkland Nut Bars”

  1. I know multiple people who have had a problem with these bars. They contain chicory root inulin. It’s a cheap fiber source. It’s prebiotic and your colon bacteria go to town fermenting it. The result? Frequent and stanky farts! Just a warning.

  2. I love these bars… I have been keto for over a year, but I’m starting to track. How many net carbs do you count with these? I don’t get it… because of the fiber and carbs… 1 net carb sounds too good to be true lol 

  3. I have never been to Costco and am a tad bit jealous when I read blogs who discuss all the great items….but in another year or so I will finally be able to shop there as our area (southern Indiana) has recently announced plans for a store to be built. I will have to search through your site for all your favorites to keep an eye out for. :o)

    Ellen Renee

  4. For those of us who no longer eat candy bars (except for a small Snickers at Halloween) these nut bars taste like candy bars–guiltless treat satisfaction!

  5. I gladly join you in recommending these great bars. I just discovered these a couple weeks ago and they have become my go-to snack when I need a hint of sweet without blowing my blood sugar out of whack. They are very satisfying and really tasty. My only warning is to be careful with them if you have dental issues. They are a bit sticky and very crunchy.

  6. I've been going to Costco a little more often this year, so I'll look for these on my next trip. Never hurts to have some healthier snacks in the house!

  7. Thank you for sharing this Kalyn. We just got a Costco membership this year and coincidentally my wife looking for lower carb treats to integrate into her food that she takes to work. Great tip!