Best almonds according to redditors

We found 110 Reddit comments discussing the best almonds. We ranked the 63 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Top Reddit comments about Almonds:

u/its_nothing_personal · 15 pointsr/xxketo

No no no! Don't give up! Emerald Cocoa Roast Almonds have saved me in the same situation. Only 3 net carbs PLUS you get a kick of protein and fiber to boot. You can get them from the grocery store as well, this was just the easy link. :D Keto on girl, you can do it!

Edited for spelling

u/thevegetexarian · 8 pointsr/bodybuilding
u/Beetso · 6 pointsr/losent

These. Yum!

u/[deleted] · 6 pointsr/keto

These things are un-fucking-believable

3g net carbs per serving but a serving is really very big. They are my go to dessert food.

u/Jadis4742 · 5 pointsr/cfs

It sounds like you've realized that your body WANTS to eat because it feels like shit, but eating won't actually help. That's the first mental hurdle. Now you've just got to switch out your go-to foods for healthier versions so that when you do give into the binge (because that happens) it won't be so bad. I lost 35 pounds by just filling up on protein and vegetables FIRST.

I have a small history with eating disorders, mainly in the fact that if I count calories, things get out of control. So I don't count anything. I also don't let myself get too hungry - I'll eat 4-5 big snacks throughout the day, no real 'sit down' meals.

I also make sure I'm drinking enough water - I bought a few of these Contigo water bottles in the 32oz size, and I try to make sure I drink one bottle each day minimum.

I love to cook, but if I cook, I can't do anything else that day, so I eat a lot of packaged food and snacks, or fresh things that just need to be washed. I also eat things with a lot of flavor and spice -- bland food makes me mentally feel like I didn't eat anything, or that I'm depriving myself.

For protein I eat a lot of EPIC meat bars and canned tuna. Instead of eggs (because shells and sinks are unnecessary steps), I make a mountain of egg whites from the carton with sharp cheddar sprinkled/melted in, then LOTS of hot sauce. Sliced deli meats are great things to have on hand -- my deli has Lebanon bologna and lemon-pepper turkey, so I get those instead of the plain stuff.

For veggies, my favorite low-effort thing is IKEA veggie meatballs. But if you don't live near an IKEA, there might be another veggie meatball option at your store. I used to hate salads, then realized I just hated iceberg and romaine lettuce. So now I eat spinach salads (with carrots and olives and roasted red peppers from the jar and sometimes cucumbers). I don't use salad dressing -- just olive oil, balsamic vinegar, and garlic salt. I'll eat green bell peppers raw, like an apple. I eat a lot of apples, too. Honeycrisp are the best.

For good carbs/starches I make beans. Just dump 'em in a bowl in the microwave. Black beans with salsa is probably the healthiest option, but I also liked mixing Great Northern beans with canned sweet peas. Any bean with butter and some kind of hot sauce or salsa is gonna taste ok and be kind of healthy. (Not refried beans, though. Save that for a treat and/or really bad day. Load it up with cheese and salsa.)

To replace chips for salt cravings, I get these salt-and-vinegar almonds. They have lactose, for whatever reason, but other than a bit of bloating the first time I had them, they haven't really bothered my lactose intolerance. And they will low-key tear up your tongue in the BEST way (if you're into that).

I don't really have a sweet tooth, but the KIND bars come in all sorts of flavors and make great snacks. For a cold treat I get the Smooze fruit ices -- they've only got 10 grams of sugar.

I also really like the Thai Kitchen Instant Noodles. They're small servings, so sometimes I'd make two for a meal. Read the packages carefully if you have allergies, though --- the Lemongrass one has shellfish byproducts, which was a very scary and upsetting surprise for me.

Another important thing is just not to have the 'bad foods' (you know the ones) in the house. My dad left a bag of regular cheddar Goldfish here yesterday, and I ate the entire damn thing, despite my gluten and lactose intolerances. So I've been miserable all night. But today I will drink my water and eat my eggs and get back on track.

u/Smooth_Move · 5 pointsr/keto

This was mentioned in another keto post: Cocoa Almonds. Awesome

My local market carries Atkins Advantage Bars link to some examples. They come in many flavors. They're a bit pricey, but I have a sweet tooth so I indulge myself sometimes.

u/apocalypso · 4 pointsr/Coffee
u/pottersquash · 4 pointsr/legaladvice

Heres your source:

If FDA banned them you really think you could just buy a bag off Amazon? Is FDA unaware of Amazon? Is Amazon unaware of the FDA?

u/karlgnarx · 4 pointsr/Fitness

Ask me this 2 months ago and I would say, "No, have a good big breakfast." However, for about the past few months, I have been making shakes for breakfast and couldn't be happier. Before, I was pretty much Mr. Subway or Starbucks breakfast sandwiches everyday. I was spending ~ $50 a week just in breakfast food. Absurd.

I don't think powder alone will get you very far. I know I would be hungry again in an hour.

So, in about 5 minutes, I mix the following in a blender:

  • 1 cup blueberries
  • 1 cup crushed ice
  • 1 cup water (or so)
  • 3/4 cup organic flax/pumpkin or Ancient Grain/almonds cereal. This stuff is so good.
  • small handful of walnuts crushed by hand.

  • 2 scoops whey/casein blend protein

    The above starts my morning off right and keeps me mostly satiated until lunch approaches. That says a lot for a 215lb guy. If I know I am going to be working extra hard/long/or going snowboarding or something, I toss in another 1/4-1/2 cup of regular old oats to get the carb content up.

    My Dad (a long time fan of the breakfast shake) told me the other day he has been using a cup of spinach in his shakes, and says it adds little to zero flavor. I may give this a whirl for an even greater anti-oxidant boost.

    Oh, I also add in my daily creatine and beta-alanine as well.

    Precision Nutrition has some fantastic shake recipes, many which could be well suited to breakfast time and with some tweaking, to whatever nutritional/caloric goals you may have. Check them out.

    It must be noted that I would much prefer to sit down and have a nice big breakfast, but this works given that I am a sleepyhead. I do love some breakfast, a handful of eggs, a few sweet potato pancakes and some nice patty sausage.....damnit, now I am hungry.
u/doctor_rabbit · 4 pointsr/AskReddit

If you can find something like these cocoa dusted almonds in bulk, I can attest to how delightful they are when intoxicated.

u/OrangeJuliusPage · 3 pointsr/fatpeoplestories

Gonna throw in a plug for almonds here. Particularly the Emerald Cocoa Roast variety. Filling, tasty, few net carbs, and a super food.

Also, try the Greek people method for broccoli and cauliflower. Extra virgin olive oil, squeeze of lemon juice, and a pinch of salt. For me, I also add some cinnamon, cumin, and Mrs. Dash, for the thermogenic boost.

u/deadbeatpoet · 3 pointsr/xxketo

The sugar on the outside is kinda hardened so it's pseudo hard candy. You can get them on amazon.

u/Icebot · 3 pointsr/fitmeals

I love sweets, I have responded with this combatant.

u/one_dimensional · 3 pointsr/vegetarianketo

I don't know how popular the flavor 'salt and vinegar' is around here, but I'm wild about it, and have been in love with these Blue Diamond 'Bold' flavors.

Sooo satisfying and tasty!!

u/MachinesOfN · 2 pointsr/worldnews

According to the below, the street value of drugs is estimated by taking the smallest possible package value and multiplying. For comparison, if you bought the entire California almond crop in the form of these, one by one, at a convenience store, it would come to roughly a two bucks an ounce ($1 per oz from Amazon, x2 for the store's markup), or $58 billion, almost double the estimate for the marijuana crop.

u/horatiobloomfeld · 2 pointsr/Cooking


In a large bowl, combine almonds, pecans and egg white mixture until well combined. Stir in brown sugar mixture until evenly coated.

On another note: these are delicious!:

Blue Diamond Almonds, Wasabi & Soy Sauce

and these

u/GemJump · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Blue Diamond Salt & Vinegar Dry-Roasted Almonds

My mouth started watering as soon as I thought about them.

u/Kaydince · 2 pointsr/EatCheapAndHealthy

I buy a big box of 100 calorie packs of almonds so I don't over eat them. (Sorry for link, on mobile)

u/BlamRob · 2 pointsr/keto

They also make these which I really like:

The Garlic, Herb and Olive Oil are great and the Rosemary and Sea Salt are too, I have yet to try the Pink Himalayan Salt though.

u/CerpinTaxt26 · 2 pointsr/keto

I've run into the same problem with most things my whole life. So i snag 2 of [these] ( from the gas station quite frequently, one bag is exactly one serving. No counting, no BS, just eat a bag for a snack.

u/synchroidiotic · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Almonds - either cocoa dusted orrrrr wasabi soy

The cocoa ones are phenomenal when paired with baby carrots. Seriously. I have converted everyone at work already. You're next.

u/Sedohr · 2 pointsr/gaming

I once received a box of these nuts

I never ordered them, and they just came in one day randomly. All the information on the box checked out, and it even had the amazon prime stuff on it. I called their order support line, and gave them the order number on the box and everything. It was associated with an order I purchased about a week ago, but there was nothing on the order that said I purchased them.

I think it was just a scheme to get more purchases from these nuts, as I gave some to my friend and within the week they bought a ton from amazon <_<

u/willdesign · 2 pointsr/keto

Emerald's Cocoa Roast Almonds is what I currently have on the shelf. Half off on Amazon right now for 4.

u/round2keto · 1 pointr/keto

Found them on amazon!

I got them from a local store earlier today and they have been among the most delicious things I've eaten recently. These will satisfy my occasional chocolate cravings

u/jakewill · 1 pointr/keto

I would like to chime in that the Emerald Dark Chocolate almonds are also GREAT and only have 1g sugar instead of 4g sugar in Blue Diamond's.

Emerald's do cost about 2x's as much as these ($.50/oz instead of $.25/oz). Amazon Emerald Dark Chocolate Roasted Almonds

u/thornwindfaerie · 1 pointr/PolishGauntlet


  1. #1 Lemming

  2. I collect Magic Cards. Specifically I'm trying to get one of each every card that Rebecca Guay did the art for! My favorite card of all time (for the art not necessarily the actual card0 is Thornwind Faeries My mom has them tattooed on her shoulder and eventually I'm going to work them into a tattoo too!

  3. I love them all right now I have more Cremes than anything else, just because I'm getting started. I'm not fond of pink.

  4. I've been staring down a glass nail file for ages they don't have any in my local stores. I also need some sort of cuticle cream or oil...

  5. I crochet, play geeky table top role playing games, and read... I'm not sure how I have time for it all. More yarn is always welcome. More paint or the nifty grass stuff like this or new interesting minis would be cool... for reading, I use my kindle most often I read Fantasy mostly (good god I'm a huge fucking nerd). I haven't read the Wheel Of Time series yet which is apparently blasphemous.

  6. Unfortunately there aren't many snacky type foods I can have due to a very restrictive diet. Best bet are savory almonds like these Basically I can't have any sugar or grains... So snack food is pretty hard to deal with. unless you have a cheese shop nearby that sells hard cheeses... OMG I miss the cheese shop so bad and they have glorious amazing parmesans and aged goudas and omnomnom.

  7. I have 4 cats, 2 dogs, and a husband. The husband will eat any treats that you put in the box that I can't have.

  8. Probably a glass file. I've been looking for one locally forever, I don't want to spend shipping on one... Or some fancy Emerald and Ash cuticle oils.

  9. A hand written note. Just a little hi or an explanation of why things were picked or something.

  10. I am allergic to pineapple. I love the color green. I tend to gravitate towards citrusy scents.

  11. Have a google doc
u/QuarkTheFerengi · 1 pointr/LifeProTips

I do eat pork rinds a lot actually, they are great because they are low in calories. My other goto snack are almonds, high in fat. Also high in calories so make sure to weigh them out. I eat 2oz of almonds every day, as part of my lunch.

My favorite are blue diamond habanero bbq(not spicy despite the name), dont buy them online though..check your local store first. They are about half the price at my grocery store compared to online.

Another thing I will use as a snack are Quest Protein Bars or Costcos protein bars The costco ones are a lot cheaper but less choices. Both are keto friendly with ~5g net carbs per bar. Eating one of these with a nice big glass of water will usually keep me full for a bit.

Other than that cheeses and meats are good snacks if you like that kind of stuff.

Getting started can be hard but after a couple months everything becomes second nature. My first month was a bit rocky but I just kept reading up on /r/keto and got an idea of things to try out. Good luck!

u/dhaggerfin · 1 pointr/loseit

These are my favorites for such an indulgence. 6g of carbs, 3g of that is fiber.

u/gettinThere · 1 pointr/keto

They sell them on Amazon for cheap. Well, at least cheaper than my grocery store.

Not worth it if you can't stop, or if they stall you. But otherwise... mmmmmm!

u/GoateusMaximus · 1 pointr/keto

Check these out. Not from Amazon, though -- your grocery store probably has 'em.

Edit: Fuck. I take it back. They contain a small amount of sucralose.

u/notthecoyote · 1 pointr/keto

Careful when you're eating that flavor, they have a few more carbs per serving. For chocolate almonds I like these, they're pretty tasty!

u/mkay0 · 1 pointr/keto

here and here are also acceptable choices.

u/BeefDriver · 1 pointr/Fitness

Exceedingly good calorie density: peanut butter, almond butter, shots of olive oil, whey protein shakes with a cup or two of milk, heavy whipping cream, delicious coated almonds .

u/PaganPirate · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

If you haven't tried Wasabi Soy almonds, you need to. DELICIOUS!

u/revmamacrystal · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

When my husband offers to get me something from the store that I'm craving after I've taken care of the house and kids all day. I feel loved.

Add On!


u/P10_WRC · 1 pointr/keto

I eat these and they fucking rock, plus they are a good source of fat

if i am seriously wanting sugar, i eat some sugar free jello with some whipped cream on top.

u/ToastFlavoredToast · 1 pointr/EatCheapAndHealthy

Yeah, it helps to catch things on sale when you can, and buying in bulk for sure. What I see in my local grocery store reflects what I found last time I was putting together an Amazon Pantry box: Peanuts at 22 cents an ounce, vs. almonds at 62 cents an ounce. Plus, I am a cheapskate these days, so there's that!

u/mwe321 · 1 pointr/GifRecipes

Buy from amazon here instead of the store. I buy these every month it lasts!

Kirkland Signature Supreme Whole Almonds, 3 Pound

u/wildyogini · 1 pointr/Futurology

Store almond milk is often a lot of just fillers.
you use more almonds in home milk per cup, so I can see why it might seem that way. It also depends on if you are buy organic almonds and if you are buying them in bulk.
The price of [these](Kirkland Signature Supreme Whole Almonds, 3 Pound from amazon would come to around $1.63 per 4 cups almond milk, so cheaper than store almond milk, with more nutritional bang for your buck.
Honestly, I don't know how much cows milk is though... It has been a really long time since I have bought it and i know they subsidize it, so I am not surprised if you get double that for the same price.

u/skizztle · 1 pointr/keto
u/mph1204 · 1 pointr/loseit

awesome! check out /r/paleo and /r/keto for some advice about how to keep yourself full between meals and how to replace snacks with healthier ones. for instance, i'm a chocolate FIEND but i've found that cocoa covered almonds like these are a healthy alternative.

your diet will have more of an impact with your waistline than exercising. i use exercise to keep myself motivated to diet. i think to myself, why the hell would i want to waste all that time i just spent working out with by eating that candy bar? then i grab an apple.

u/nlsk8ta · 1 pointr/keto

I just picked up the dark chocolate cocoa flavour in eastern Canada yesterday but did not see this flavour. They are absolutely delicious!!

Refrence link

u/ramesesbolton · 1 pointr/PCOS
u/JonZ82 · 1 pointr/trees

Frosted Flakes is horrible for you... seriously if you care 1% about your health try something different. Like this stuff, srsly chop up a banana and throw it in this and it's the ambrosia of The Ents