Best breads & bakery products according to redditors

We found 1,335 Reddit comments discussing the best breads & bakery products. We ranked the 657 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Top Reddit comments about Breads & Bakery:

u/TQFCLordUniverse · 2141 pointsr/theydidthemath

According to this amazon product description a single wafer would weigh about 0.32g.

According to this guy‘s page Jesus height might have been 5' 10" and his weight may be around 142 pounds. —> 64,41 kg

x = amount of wafers

0.32g * x = 64,41kg or 64410g


x= 201281.25

You would have to eat around 200k of them.

If you went to church each week and ate exactly one wafer (52 a year) - you would NEVER eat a whole Jesus in your entire life.

u/eawsound · 462 pointsr/AskReddit

Why are Tim Tams so damn delicious!?

Edit: Apparently you can buy them on!

Edit 2: I am aware of the Tim Tam Slam and plan on doing it the next time I find some.

These biscuits/cookies are not available in all countries! There are several stores in America that sell them year round, but they are few and far between.

u/geekusprime · 156 pointsr/shittyfoodporn

Well holy crap they exist.

Now, how do I convince my wife it's a sensible financial decision to buy that many?

u/JosieA3672 · 103 pointsr/veganketo

I'm on vegan CICO not vegan keto, but I know people who are and they tell me they eat: Beyond Meat (1 gram net carb), Beyond sausages (2 net carbs), Gardein chick'n strips are 4 net carb, Some nutritional yeasts are 1 net carb, Mushrooms 1 net carb, bell peppers are 3 net carb per 100 grams, 2 cups of spinach = 1 net carb, chinese cabbage = 1.5 carb per cup, some wraps are 1 or 2 net carbs, low carb bagels, low carb cookies, avocado pesto, low carb bread, shirataki rice & noodles. Here's an example of a low carb pizza wrap. Many of the more nutrient dense veggies are lower carb, so that's good, but really vegan keto is going to require a lot of creativity with sauces etc. Just doing low carb is much easier obviously.

edit to add - a few other lower carb meals I found looking through the sub I help mod:

u/whitedsepdivine · 89 pointsr/shittyrobots

My frenemy really likes oreos.

I sent him these for his birthday.

u/luis1493474 · 81 pointsr/unpopularopinion

You can buy the bisquit in bulk on amazon. Its expensive as hell though.

u/cool_beansncream · 70 pointsr/IAmA

for those wondering, yes, canned brown bread is available on amazon

u/7bees · 33 pointsr/MealPrepSunday
u/chaostardasher · 32 pointsr/ketorecipes

Some folks live, eat and breathe peanut butter, and they go even crazier when you add in chocolate. But alas, this combo is usually PACKED with sugar. Well not these bad boys. These chocolate-chip studded cupcakes are topped with a rich peanut butter frosting but cut out the carbs and sugar.


Source Link (includes tips, more pictures, and more keto recipes)








  1. Preheat the oven to 375°F/190°C
  2. Line muffin pan(s) with paper cupcake liners. Because coconut flour tends to stick, grease the liners with nonstick spray.
  3. In a large bowl, mix the dry ingredients (coconut flour, almond flour, cocoa powder, sweetener, baking powder, and salt)
  4. In a separate bowl, microwave the butter for 15-30 seconds to soften, but it should not be melted if possible. Stir in the eggs, unsweetened almond milk, and vanilla extract.
  5. Pour your wet ingredients into your dry ingredients bowl and mix well (ideally with an electric blender)
  6. Using a large spoon, pour the batter evenly into the muffin cups
  7. Bake for 25 minutes, until a toothpick inserted into the center of a cupcake comes out clean.
  8. Remove from the oven and let them cool off for at least 15 minutes (they must not be warm when you ice them)


  9. Use a food processor / blender to blend your sweetener to make it powdered (this allows it to mix in better with the shortening/butter)
  10. In a large bowl, microwave the butter for 15-30 seconds to soften, but it should not be melted if possible, Stir in the peanut butter and beat with an electric mixer until creamy and well-combined.
  11. Gradually, with mixer on low speed, add your powdered sweetener until completely combined. Make sure to scrape the sides and the bottom of the bowl with a spatula so all ingredients are well-combined.
  12. Stir in vanilla extract and salt.
  13. With mixer on low-speed, add almond milk and stir until well-combined. Gradually increase speed to high and beat for 30 seconds.
  14. Spread or pipe frosting onto completely cooled cupcakes.
u/enderverse87 · 30 pointsr/mechanical_gifs
u/rkiga · 29 pointsr/IAmA

Might want to check out /r/snackexchange

I don't know if they're available in EU, but in the US you can find the non-Girl Scout branded ones occasionally in stores (like Walmart) and online.

Samoas aka Keebler Coconut Dreams

Thin Mints aka Keebler Grasshoppers

u/not_charles_grodin · 28 pointsr/funny

Geeze, if you're going to say something like that, put up the damn link! That being said, $12.25, even with free two-day shipping, is a bit steep.

u/WTFmandy · 24 pointsr/The_Donald

If your grocery store doesn't carry them, you can order 6 packs of them on Amazon for $16 something

u/Skorpazoid · 23 pointsr/EatCheapAndHealthy

Or you can just go to your local church. My x-priest said he would buy them in bulk for me if necessary. He would often joke "If Christ didn't taste so delicious, I would be a protestant!".

Edit: You could always try ringing Father Larry Duff on his cell, he has a ready supply.

u/iamcatch22 · 21 pointsr/The_Donald

Art of the Deal is in the "people also bought" section on Amazon for Hydrox. Thought you all might be interested

u/AdequateSteve · 20 pointsr/mechanical_gifs

For those of you curious, you can buy just the wafers on Amazon. You have to order a few kg at a time, but they are for sale. I think it's sold for people who make ice cream

Edit: link:

u/Hypersapien · 19 pointsr/ketorecipes

This stuff?

5g a sheet, and a half sheet for this recipe. Not bad.

Although it says 8 total carbs and 3g of fiber. But then it says 4 net carbs. I assume they're rounding somewhere.

u/Tod_Gak · 16 pointsr/The_Donald

I am from SD so Amazon was the better option. Amazon Hydrox

u/FairyEarthChild · 16 pointsr/amazonreviews

Broadman Church Communion White Wafers - Cross Design (1 - 1/8") - Box of 1000 (10 Individual Packs of 100 Lord's Supper Wafers)

u/Dzugavili · 15 pointsr/shittyaskscience

According to Amazon, each wafer weighs approximately 1/4th of a gram.

According to Wikipedia, the weight of your average Jesus is 70.8kg [assuming White Jesus]. Of this, approximately 9kg is bone and 2.5kg of blood [interesting side note: blood is not denser than water. Who knew?]. This leaves approximately 59.3kg of White Jesus flesh, organs and skin.

According to this discussion, a sip of wine is approximately 15 mL.

According to this page, the average White Jesus has 5.5L of blood.

By these figures, you would require 367 communions to drink an entire White Jesus' worth of blood and 237,200 wafers for White Jesus' flesh.

u/boomboomboomwayo · 15 pointsr/The_Donald
u/Trapped_Mechanic · 14 pointsr/MonsterHunter
u/hostesstwinkie · 14 pointsr/ofcoursethatsathing

Canned bread has been around almost as long as canned food, so think early to mid 19th century.

u/sophisticated_onion · 14 pointsr/unpopularopinion
u/murphSTi · 14 pointsr/ketorecipes

This is by far my favorite 'treat' I've made while doing keto. I recommend using parchment paper or a silicon mold of some sort. I am not a fan of pecans so I subbed in pumpkin seeds instead. I also did not roast anything since I bought pre-roasted almonds. I also sprinkled extra sea salt on top before refrigerating. Keto Almond Bark


  • 1 bag Lily's Sugar-Free Chocolate Chips
  • 1/3 cup natural peanut butter I use Smuckers
  • 2 tablespoons coconut oil
  • 1 tablespoon butter melted
  • 1/4 tsp salt
  • 1/2 cup almonds
  • 1/2 cup pecans
  • 1/4 cup unsweetened coconut (optional if you'd like to add)


  • Preheat oven to 300 degrees.
  • Line a cookie sheet with parchment paper.
  • Spread pecans and almonds on parchment paper. (If almonds are already roasted there is no need to roast again.)
  • Drizzle 1 tablespoon melted butter and 1/4 teaspoon of salt on top of the nuts and toss to coat evenly.
  • Bake for 5 minutes, stirring once halfway through.
  • Remove from oven and set aside to cool.
  • Grease a glass bowl and add Lily's chips and coconut oil.
  • Microwave on high for 1 minute then stir.
  • Microwave in 15-second intervals, stirring between until Lily's chocolate chips are completely melted.
  • Add natural peanut butter and stir until it melts.
  • Pour melted chocolate mixture into an 11 X 7 baking pan covered with parchment paper.
  • Sprinkle pecans, almonds, and on top. (Feel free to customize toppings to your liking.)
  • Place baking pan in the refrigerator and allow to set.
  • Remove from refrigerator and break into bites.
  • Enjoy!


    The sugar alcohols in Lily's Chocolate Chips are not included in the nutritional information since most subtract to calculate net carbs. The nutritional information won't be exactly accurate unless you break almond bark into equally sized pieces.


    Calories: 107kcal | Carbohydrates: 5g | Protein: 2g | Fat: 9g | Saturated Fat: 3g | Cholesterol: 1mg | Sodium: 44mg | Potassium: 52mg | Fiber: 2g | Vitamin A: 15IU | Calcium: 11mg | Iron: 0.2mg

u/Caf-fiend · 13 pointsr/offbeat

I Googled "communion wafers" to see what a box cost, out of curiosity. The user reviews are fantastic.

u/Madusch · 13 pointsr/NoStupidQuestions

They are called wafers or host or altar bread. I found a box of 1000 on Amazon

u/ClassyTurkey · 13 pointsr/Keto_Food

These are good for sure, but depending on where you shop looks for these:

Mama Lupes Low Carb

They honestly are the most amazing low carb tortillas I have ever had and are only 3g net carb per tortilla. I have found them at target, Walmart and Price Chopper

u/VoltasPistol · 12 pointsr/MedievalCats

If any non-Catholics are curious...

The recipe hasn't changed much.

u/Giblybits · 12 pointsr/funny

You can order them from Amazon. link

u/therinlahhan · 11 pointsr/1200isplenty

Found it at BJ's Wholesale Club (which is a price club like Sam's Club, but they have slightly higher tier food). Haven't looked for it elsewhere, but I'd check out your local upper tier grocers -- Kroger, Harris Teeter, Publix, etc.

Or you can buy it on Amazon, because that's not weird or anything...

u/1_Marauder · 10 pointsr/atheism
u/boudzab · 10 pointsr/ketorecipes

In a pinch this is a great snack/meal and very easy to make.

  • 1 Large Tortilla Factory Tortilla (available on Amazon) 6 net gram per tortilla

  • 2 Tablespoons of tomato sauce

  • Handful of Mozarella

  • Handful of Pepperoni Slices

    I used my air fryer to make this but you can easily do this in an oven. May take longer in an oven, I haven’t tried it out. Spread the sauce on the tortilla, sprinkle cheese on it, place pepperonis on top, set air fryer to 350 degrees F for 5 mins. Regular oven may need 5-10 mins. Total net carb is about 7-9 grams depending on the sauce you use.
u/hereforthedoggo · 10 pointsr/ketorecipes
u/Lostinservice · 10 pointsr/Cooking

Your body has no clue what a calorie is. Its defined value is determined by burning food in a closed system. You don't have a fire in your stomach, you digest, meaning the pathways between macro-nutrient ---> ATP has no correlation to caloric value. Any body modification, such as weight gain and loss can be accomplished by macro-nutrient variation.

There's also no reason to remove the fat from the chicken breast, all you're doing is removing flavor and texture. The assumption is the skin has fat and eating fat makes you gain fat which is was an unscientific assumption called the lipid theory. The only reason anyone gives it any credence is because it was accepted, with controversy due to lack of evidence, by George McGovern as the basis of what would eventually become the food pyramid and national policy towards food. The theory has no credibility as it was based on a single observational study.

Carbohydrates are a necessity, just not in the amounts people eat.

I can't vouch for these in particular, but my grocery store sells wraps that are 6g of carbs. These are 3g.

u/Kevin_Wolf · 10 pointsr/todayilearned

Secret? You can buy it on Amazon. It's not even 3rd party, it's sold by Amazon.

u/frontstepgames · 9 pointsr/1200isplenty

Ole Xtreme Wellness Tortillas: Only 50 calories and they're good. They can be a tad mushy, but if you brown each side in a hot skillet for a few seconds they turn out perfect.

u/eforemergency · 9 pointsr/1500isplenty

They sell these occasionally at my grocery store. Pretty good for only 50 calories

u/vurplesun · 9 pointsr/funny

Here you go. Nabisco Famous Chocolate Wafers. They're a little pricey on Amazon, but they sell them with the cones by the ice cream at my local grocery store.

u/IT_dude_101010 · 9 pointsr/Fitness

low carb tortillas and cheese to make quesadillas are my keto jam.

u/ShadyDae · 9 pointsr/1200isplenty

I was wanting to make the famous brownies, and was pondering how I could make it even lower calories. Most chocolate chips are about 70-80 calories for the same amount, but these are 50. Just popped open the bag and tasted one, and seems pretty good so far. It's what I was waiting for to make "the brownie" recipe with pumpkin! So excited to taste them!

Link to where I got mine:

u/question_sunshine · 8 pointsr/news

>i'd actually buy creamless oreos if they made them.

They do.

u/gettindemdownvotes · 8 pointsr/crappyoffbrands

Oreo is actually the knockoff of another product called Hydrox not sure if you were trying to say that in the title or not.

u/papaHans · 7 pointsr/news

>According to the lawsuit, the Holy Eucharist can only be distributed by an ordained minister of the Catholic Church and must be consumed immediately and never taken outside of the church.

I think I'll buy these

u/RoverDaddy · 7 pointsr/WTF
u/compgene · 7 pointsr/ketorecipes

I tried to mimic a burrito from the local joint and came up with the following:


1 High fiber wrap -

1/3 cup Mexican cauliflower rice -

1/3 cup Refried black soy beans -

2 TBSP Guacamole

1/3 cup of ground hot Italian sausage

1/4 cup Shredded Extra Old Cheddar

2 TBSP Salsa - low Carb home made

2 TBSP Sour cream

Romaine Lettuce

Red Onion

Add all ingredients to wrap, roll it up, and enjoy!

Nutritional Info: 10g net carbs, 18g protein, 34g fat, 459 calories

u/hypatiataggart · 6 pointsr/theydidthemath

According to The Gospel Coalition Jesus was likely around 5’1” and 110 lbs.

These commercially available communion wafers weigh 0.005 oz each (box of 1000 weighs 5 oz.)

110lbs * 16oz / 0.005oz per communion wafer = 352,000 communion wafers.

To go a bit further and see how long it would take one person to receive communion this many times...

Let’s assume this person is a dedicated church attendee and attends weekly as well as all of the extra church services including Christmas Eve, Christmas, Shrove Tuesday, Ash Wednesday, and Maundy Thursday (in my experience communion isn’t offered at Good Friday service Easter is always on a Sunday and therefore not an extra church service.) This means 57 services per year. 352,000 / 57 = 6,175 years of devout church attendance to receive the entire Body of Christ.

u/Costner_Facts · 6 pointsr/weightwatchers

You don't need to deprive yourself! Check out some of my favorite low point carb things:

u/russell_m · 6 pointsr/loseit

You are spot on with the amount of sugar, juice is almost as bad as soda. For Ice Cream Ill go through maybe one of these a week, 24g of carbs for the entire container, under 150 calories, and the main ingredients include whey protein and fiber. Imagine more of a sorbet texture with real ice cream flavors. I love em, but like everything, in moderation. (I get mine at Frazier Farms)

I also have a few bars of 82% cocoa dark chocolate around, which I don't pick at often, but if I'm just dying for some chocolate, ill break off a square (5-6g of carbs) and savor it.

I love to cook, and am lucky enough to live with my parents still and although I buy all of my own food, I'll usually try to cook for the family as much as possible. (Still trying to show both my overweight parents the light =D)

My breakfast around 8am usually includes an omelet made from a HUGE grip of spinach, some finely chopped broccoli stalks, handful of mushrooms, and 2-3 eggs, depending on what my meals will be like that day. Workout days will include a couple pieces of Ezekiel Bread or make 2 breakfast burritos instead of the omelet with these tortillas which are an amazing 3g of net carbs each :D

I am working a pretty solid 9 to 5er as a product photographer right now and my schedule doesn't vary, I will admit my eating times are consistent and I probably have it easier than you, if not most in that regard. Lunch time around 12 includes a can of tuna, a sandwich bag of almonds, or using those same tortillas, ill chiffonade a bunch of spinach and mix it with this mayoniase some feta cheese, that can of tuna, and a little pepper for taste.

Dinner is around 6ish and is either a big spinach salad with grilled chicken, a stir-fry type mixture of the above mentioned, or something along those lines really. Like I said, not a lot of variation, just a shitload of spinach, broccoli, mushrooms, lean meats, and eggs :D

If you're curious who is giving you advice right now, here is me 3 years ago at 18 (your age). Note the jack in the box cup and Robert Paulson style man-boobs. (About 235lbs)

And here is me 30 seconds ago, at my age ;) (About 180lbs)

I hope that I am of help to you, because I love helping others and see a little bit of myself in you. Ask more questions if you need to :D

I am far from my fitness goal, but the way that others treat me, talk to me, approach me, etc. has all changed since losing all my weight since January. It's my own self image I'm still adjusting to.

u/Smithium · 6 pointsr/confession

Your Dreams have been answered.

u/NimdokBennyandAM · 6 pointsr/GifRecipes
u/ElephantTeeth · 6 pointsr/1200isplenty

These 8 inch tortillas are only 50 calories, and still have a nice soft semi-fluffy texture. I wish they’d make a 10 inch...

u/supaflyrobby · 5 pointsr/loseit

I have ran into this issue on numerous occasions from various different food producers before. I think the FDA is who regulates such issues.

As an aside, look for tortillas called "Xtreme Wellness" from the company Ole in the grocery store. 50 calories a tortilla and they taste awesome and have several different flavors.

u/msfixir · 5 pointsr/EDFood

They're about regular size! Here's the listing on Amazon so you know exactly what your looking for! Good luck my dude!

u/Rokeba · 5 pointsr/1200isplenty

I used these tortillas and I have refried vegetarian black beans, wholly guacamole, taco sauce, frozen veg mix rolled up and then the enchilada sauce poured over and topped with Colby Jack.

u/raitchi2 · 5 pointsr/Catholicism

I'm more bothered that the Church is resorting to profane law to manage the holiest of holies. Additionally if the Church wins, it will lead to strange legal ideas...Could a bishop sue his priest for distributing communion to a pro-choice person or married and divorced, could this priest be sued for misuse of Church property? On top of all this all this does is create some legal fiction to make us feel comfortable that we've made a differnce. If I were to illicitly obtain a consecrated host for some ritual all I would need to do to cover myself is purchase a $14 box of communion hosts now I have sufficient doubt to protect myself legally.

u/ashelia · 5 pointsr/keto

Had such a nice easter, my mom gave me a basket with a bunch of keto snacks. I wanted to post it but saw everyone else's so I'll post it here XD

u/lasagnaparfait · 5 pointsr/1200isplenty

I see these at giant food stores near the deli. I tried the spinach one and couldn't finish them, they're awful in my opinion. There's a few other brands that I prefer with less net carbs.

Joseph's (my favorite)

Please don't buy that from Amazon though, I get the same package for about $4 at Giant. I posted it for the nutritional info. Also they actually taste like lavash/pita!

u/boobiesiheart · 5 pointsr/ketorecipes
u/Snailpenguin · 5 pointsr/BabyBumps

Oh wow! If you're willing to shell out $2+ per pack, dunkaroos are still available!

I wonder when they were made...

My husband doesnt want me seaching eBay for PB Crisps. He says 20+ year old peanut butter is risky. Boo!

u/lilgupp · 4 pointsr/1200isjerky

you can actually

the lord said that as long as you have him he is all you need. each package has 1000 wafers so it's enough for 1000 days :)

srs the reviews are hilar

u/heartosay · 4 pointsr/Catholicism

You're completely wrong. Those who bake unleavened bread for use in Mass routinely offer it for sale. To call it "blasphemy" or "sacrilege" is silly.

Is it blasphemous for me to enjoy a fine Bordeaux? Your logic suggests so.

Please back up your assertions with sources from canon law if you disagree.

u/get_new · 4 pointsr/keto

The specs aren't as good as La Tortilla factory:

Which is 6 net carbs for a larger tortilla

u/BaronVonDuck · 4 pointsr/atheism

I know, they taste pretty good, right?

I haven't bought them myself, but I'm tempted. Maybe next time I do a snack order...

u/Kaittycat · 4 pointsr/trees

Link for the lazy.
Hella tasty.

u/RegardingRegards · 4 pointsr/UTAustin
u/serpentcroissant · 4 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
u/localkinegrind · 4 pointsr/ketorecipes

I'm in utter shock that no one has mentioned Mama Lupe's

Only 3 net carbs each. They don't taste so great out of the bag, but if you put a little butter and oil on a pan, get them nice and crispy on both sides, add some cheese, chicken, bacon, sour cream, whatever!!!

This changed my keto life.

u/taylormitchell20 · 4 pointsr/keto
u/sweetm3 · 4 pointsr/ketorecipes

I suspect this especially because he mentions using half.

u/SykoSarah · 4 pointsr/unpopularopinion

They do sell Oreos without the cream, though only in bulk

I think Oreo Thin Crisps are also similar to the cookie minus the cream.

u/JadeRabbit · 4 pointsr/ketorecipes

A few years ago a co-worker of mine turned me on to hot chocolate + peppermint schnapps, and every year around that time I start craving that a bit! I've been doing keto for the majority of the past couple years (3 years this coming March), and somehow it never occured to me to add peppermint extract to my hot chocolate for that taste. I'll probably mess around with this recipe, but I thought y'all might appreciate this! :)

I used almond milk, which is the opposite of creamy, but also added an unexpected ingredient : egg yolk! Tempering this into the chocolate definitely changed the mouthfeel for the better. I got the idea from a Viennese Hot Chocolate recipe I found.

Ingredients (for one 12oz cup)

12oz Milk (I used Almond for less carbs)

3 tsp Unsweetened Cocoa Powder (if you can get it I definitely recommend the Lake Champlain Chocolate I used - it was really good, and the company is as well!)

1 Egg Yolk

1/2 tsp of Peppermint Extract

1/4 tsp of Vanilla Extract

(Optional) 1 tbsp Chocolate Chips, or equivalent solid chocolate

(Optional) Any other aromatics of your choce: a cinnamon stick in the milk as it boils would be a nice addition!


1 Saucepan or Pot

A Wisk

Your favorite mug


  1. Assemble your ingredients! This is way easier when you have everything ready to go! :)
  2. Begin warming the milk in a small saucepan on medium. This is a good point to add your extracts and any aromatics! You should expect to begin working with the milk prior to boiling. YOU DO NOT WANT THE MILK TO BOIL. I used my finger as an indicator since my thermometer is dead - the milk was hot to touch, and I could not comfortably keep my finger in the liquid more then a second to two.
  3. If you have not separated the egg, this is the last good chance to really do so. I saved my white to use for baking later.
  4. Once the milk has come up to a good temperature, remove the milk from the heat. Add the chocolate - if you are using solid chocolate you can add this earlier (I ended up adding mine after the powder when I remembered I bought it yesterday, and my end result was fine :3). Whisk consistently until all of the mixture is combined.

    If you don't want to add an egg, this is where you can stop! Happy drinking! :)


  5. Begin to beat the egg yolk in a separate bowl alone - this is just to start your momentum!
  6. Add 1tsp of the chocolate into your yolk bowl while quickly whisking. As the mixture comes together, add another teaspoon while still whisking. This is tempering the egg so that you can avoid having scrambled egg hot chocolate.
  7. I did this for 4 teaspoons' worth of time before streaming half of my remaining hot chocolate into the bowl while whisking. I added this mixture to my mug, then the rest of the chocolate on top.

    The result with egg was foamy, with a creamy mouth feel. If you go the no-egg route, I would recommend using mostly/only solid chocolate, as this would thicken up your milk as well and make your drink even more chocolatey! I would have done so as well in this version, but I really like the cocoa I have, and thought the egg was more calorically and carb-ically safe.

    I'll probably make another cup when my husband gets home later, and add some whisky as well - definitely a keeper recipe for me :)

    Brands I used, if you're looking for ones that worked well:

u/itzmedavid · 3 pointsr/AdviceAnimals

These reviews 😂

u/thegimboid · 3 pointsr/worldnews
u/clickwir · 3 pointsr/atheism

Order some Jesus!

> These little beauties are perfect for the dieter. One can only eat so many carrot and celery sticks before one screams. How better to spruce up the blandness than the crunchy goodness of Jesus? Jesus is good with fat-free dips, as the base for cucumber sandwiches (especially with lemon salt) and out of this world on salads! I mean, do you have any idea how many calories croutons have? But not Jesus. Oh, no. He's fat and virtually calorie free.

> We are taught to bring all our problems to the feet of Our Loving God, Jesus, and many of us have prayed for years in vain for help loosing the inner tire or the cottage cheese legs. And you know, He was answering us all along! Order several boxes of Jesus, and He'll help you out with that unsightly double chin, just as you prayed!

u/susanlynnmp · 3 pointsr/ketorecipes

Just bought these pitas. 4 net carbs. Thanks for the recipe! Love me some gyro!

u/SquidMilly · 3 pointsr/1200isplenty

You can get it on Amazon! I am in the Midwest where it's in every little grocery store, but I've ordered it online when it was out.



u/Godzillium · 3 pointsr/vegan1200isplenty

Sure thing! The pitas freeze really well so if you like them you can order them in bulk and save on shipping. Sometimes I get them from the Joseph's website ($2.99/pack), but I used to get them from Amazon ($6.99/pack). Walmart has them too. You might also check out the Joseph's Lavash bread. That has equally good macros.

u/onebittercritter · 3 pointsr/funny
u/TopRamen713 · 3 pointsr/Ameristralia

Closer than South Ameristralia! You can also get it on Amazon, for 3x the price

u/plantsgrow · 3 pointsr/1200isplentyketo

I order these off of and I love them! La Tortilla Tortillas

u/jrockgiraffe · 3 pointsr/xxketo

This is one I like or you can find the flat out one with 7g at Safeway, Walmart, save-on-foods, and probably other chains.

Edit: my link is being really weird try this

u/EasyReader · 3 pointsr/dankchristianmemes
u/Grim_Reaper_O7 · 3 pointsr/nottheonion

I got you Fam.

u/MisChef · 3 pointsr/KitchenConfidential

the meatspace people I've asked have suggested Italian, as the Pope is, like, the Father... but that just makes me think I should use this as an ingredient.

They also come in Gluten Free!

u/JeffTL · 3 pointsr/Catholicism

Depending on jurisdictional specifics, I wonder if a case could be made for theft by deception. That said, it would be very difficult to have a solid case without self-incrimination by the perpetrators. While it's generally assumed that the participants in a Black Mass are abusing a host consecrated by the Catholic Church, how do you prove it? Altar breads run about $17 per thousand on Amazon. If they want some sort of consecration or the thrill of misappropriation, I doubt that Satanists care about Apostolicae Curae - they could have taken it from the Episcopalians.

u/atleast5letters · 3 pointsr/comics

I felt kinda bad when I bought these instead, but they're even more delicious....

u/Goodnight_Gromit · 3 pointsr/keto

I order the Mama Lupes Low carb tortillas from Amazon.

I find them to be pretty tasty and it's 3 net grams of carbs per tortilla.

(Sorry, it's online order I know and not local store)

u/weird_girl67 · 3 pointsr/ketorecipes

I buy these ones they sell them at dillons and they are 3 net carbs per tortilla

u/Nokozan · 3 pointsr/AdviceAnimals

dont worry man! you can order just a box of cookies with no cream

u/Starfola · 3 pointsr/keto

Yeah same, I used to eat mash potatoes everyday with steak and it tasted good but after being in keto for a few months I noticed how much carbs it is and every single time I look at something in the supermarket that seems "friendly" it still tend to have a lot of carbs. If you're craving some pasta I would recommend Tofu Shirataki Noodles by House Foods. However, I suggest adding stuff like tomato sauce that has low carb since the noodles will taste good if you season it well or bland if you don't season it. As for pizza I would making keto pizza. It doesn't cost much and you can track the calories of the entire pie by using myfitness recipe calculator. If you miss sugar you can use a Erythritol Sweetener.


Also, I seen people talk about MCT Oils and how some people get great results while others say the opposite. I personally recently started to include it in my routine and I been feeling more energy throughout the day and personally lost weight while using it since I been stuck at 193-195 and now I'm 189 (started on the 14 of this month). I was scared to use a low priced MCT Oil so I went for Brain Octane MCT Oil. I'd suggest getting the 3 OZ one to see how it goes for you since it's a waste to spend higher because if it doesn't work well at least you didn't spend that much.


Some snacks I enjoy:

Quest Nutrition Tortilla Style Protein Chips

HighKey Snacks Keto Mini Cookies

Lily's Dark Chocolate Chips

u/trump_navigator · 3 pointsr/The_Donald

I bought some today at Kroger!


Here's where you can get them:

Wegman’s (East Coast)

Topps (East Coast)

Dierberg’s (St. Louis area)

Schnuck’s (St. Louis area)

Gelson's (California)

Kroger and Kroger-Owned Stores (List by State)


8.6oz. 6-Pack

13oz. Add-On

u/GlitchModulator_ · 2 pointsr/EDFood

These Ole wraps are my favorite. They're 50 cal, high fiber, and taste good! I get them from the tortilla section in Kroger.

u/MariachiPants · 2 pointsr/keto

If you ever decide to get back on tortillas, I highly recommend these:

These are better than the regular mission tortillas I always used to eat. And this is coming from a mexican who has eaten tortillas my entire life. only 16 carbs per tortilla.

u/champtwentyeight · 2 pointsr/The_Donald
u/QuiteFedUp · 2 pointsr/atheism
u/jeblis · 2 pointsr/religion

Here's a cheaper way.

u/RedLeg13 · 2 pointsr/Christianity

Is it wrong to use Communion wafers

u/markko79 · 2 pointsr/atheism

Oh, for the love of god. You can buy those things on Amazon.

u/thephotoman · 2 pointsr/Catholicism

Not consecrated, no big deal. Hell, you can get a thousand communion wafers for $20 including S&H on Amazon and do whatever with them.

u/mcfandrew · 2 pointsr/chicago

You can get them at Amazon. The reviews are hilarious, BTW.

u/mcon96 · 2 pointsr/ImGoingToHellForThis
u/rightwing321 · 2 pointsr/atheism

TIL you can buy Jesus crackers online.

u/BabyThatsMyJam · 2 pointsr/diabetes

Is this the pita?

It's only 4 net carbs so I wouldn't expect it to spike your sugars like that. A medium carrot is around 5 net carbs. 9 still really isn't all that much but if you're super resistant who knows.

It is important, however, to have that known. A salad with chicken is different than a salad with chicken, some cheese, carrots, and a pita. Also worth knowing that protein and fat can both cause an insulin response. They are much smaller and it doesn't sound like you ate enough for that to happen but who knows.

As for the sickness, ten to one your body is still not used to being at normal or at least lower blood sugar levels. It'll adapt. Big swings also can cause nausea.

u/prodiver · 2 pointsr/loseit

I make chips from these pitas...

60 calories each, but they're hollow so you can pull them apart into two 6" diameter sections.

Cut those sections into 6 pieces each, bake them in the oven, and you have 12 huge chips (about double the size of a Dorito) at 5 calories each.

u/dos_caniches · 2 pointsr/1200isplenty

These are the best pizza crusts and I think they're like 50 cals a piece.

You can get them at walmart. I just throw them in the oven at 350 for like 5 mins to crisp them up, put on some lower cal sauce, a little bit of cheese, garlic and jalepenos and bake them until they're crispy and brown. The calories always work out low enough that I can eat 2 if I want.

u/5_sec_rule · 2 pointsr/funny

Ramen can only last a year. This bread lasts 5 plus years. And it's $11.99 a can.

12 pack for $36

u/gnatyouagain · 2 pointsr/pics

Next time, tell them to buy their own off Amazon!

u/ammylouise · 2 pointsr/SantasLittleHelpers

Id be happy to, but have you tried Amazon? Might be faster and less melted than from our heat recently...

u/MahNinja · 2 pointsr/AskReddit

Kinder Eggs are illegal though...

u/il0vetac0s · 2 pointsr/keto

no luck on pei either so i order off amazon! If you have prime they get delivered in 2 days too! i did find flatout bread low carb at walmart though and buy coco polo chocolate bars at bulk barn though which is life saving.

u/vampirelupus · 2 pointsr/keto

A few options based on our last trip to the States.

  1. If you're a fan of Taco Bell's sauces, the US sells it in bottles. We always bring home a Fire bottle and a Diablo bottle.
  2. Birch Benders Pancake/Waffle Mix. I am pretty sure you could bring this on the plane with you if it's unopened. Can be found at most grocery stores.
  3. P3 Protein Packs. These are little travel packs of jerky and nuts/seeds. Check the nutrition labels as some are worse than others, but they are pretty good!
  4. The Mission low-carb tortillas in particular are legit. Very close to the real thing.
  5. Flavoured pork rinds are way easier to find.

    Based on your post history, you live in Canada? If not, you can ignore this, but if you're looking for options when you return home, has lots of keto stuff. By the time you consider conversion rates, you end up paying about the same as you would buying it off the shelf in the States (maybe a little more). We also get these on Amazon all the time:
u/mizmalice · 2 pointsr/loseit

These are may absolute favorite.

Obviously the amazon price is stupid so if you can find them locally. I eat them for.everything.

u/lassiter1979 · 2 pointsr/keto

7" La Tortilla Factory Whole Wheat Low Carb Tortillas 13 oz - 10 count(Regular Size)

u/lemonylol · 2 pointsr/askTO

Not part of a community or anything but my wife does it and I do just low carbs CICO. I just suggest visiting the Low Carb Grocery store in Markham, they have a ton of great stuff there.

Also Amazon has these 3g carb wraps for pretty cheap

u/qooldeluxx_ · 2 pointsr/keto

yes pizza and a coke will definitely kick you out of ketosis and set back your fat adaption. If the pizza is something of a tradition you want to keep up I recommend making a lazy man pizza (low carb tortilla, low carb marinara sauce, pepperoni, and cheeese).

Or if you really want to have closer to real pizza you could make fathead pizza.

u/Xioden · 2 pointsr/news

Depending on where you are, you actually can buy them in stores. Little Brownie Bakers is a subsidiary of keebler, who sell them in stores (example).

And although I can't verify it personally, if the following from CBS news is to be believed, Little Brownie Bakers don't even make the cookies themselves, it's Keebler:

>One box label reads "Made for The Little Brownie Bakers in Louisville, Kentucky." Not "made BY" Little Brownie Bakers but "made FOR" Little Brownie Bakers. They're actually made by the giant cookie company, Keebler. Keebler is owned by Kellogg's but their name isn't on the box, either. Nothing simple about this.


u/WatchYourTone · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Yanks are cool.


u/3PinkPotatoes · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Honesty, right at the moment I wish I had a 1000 dollars. That would help me take care of. a few things 😁

I wound love these Jaffa cakes that I have on my Snack Attack List

Thank you & congrats on hitting 1000 karma points!

u/iamacrazycatlady · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

1.) Something that is grey.

2.) Something reminiscent of rain. (It sprinkles all over you!)

3.) I've heard these are delicious

4.) For my best friend because birthdays! Also he loves superheroes!

5.) You must read this because I mean... V for Vendetta. The movie was fantastic, this will blow you away

6.) Well, it can be... ;)

7.) I am the crazy cat lady, so...

8.) I mean... It's beautiful

9.) Not the actual movie
But seriously, everyone needs to see this movie. It changed my life, really. I mean, it changes how you perceive things. Even your littlest actions. Not to mention, fantastic movie score... 10/10 would recommend.

10.) May not be real, but it still shoots...

11.) Definitely this or this but they're wicked expensive. The lens would absolutely change my photography career so much because photography is a lot more about equipment than people like to admit. The Macbook would help me with my photo editing, music mixing, and even my coding and programming. These things would open up so many possibilities for me...

12.) Ugh, stupid add-on... I just want to cure my chapped lips! :(

13.) This is the most expensive and I'd love it for photography... The MacBook, my second dream item, is only $100 less...

14.) Definitely bigger than a bread box...

15.) Earring are small.

16.) This smells glorious

17.) Because neurology <3

18.) This would be extremely helpful!

19.) I CAN'T STOP. I also may or may not have already finished the second volume...

20.) THIS COMIC OMFG but seriously, it is one of the best comics ever (according to statistics)

Thank you for the contest! :) <3

EDIT: Bonuses

  1. I'm sorry, this is hilarious.

  2. Hm, this sounds good!

    fear cuts deeper than swords.... muahahahahaa!
u/anteaterhighonants · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
u/CatMadeOfFur · 2 pointsr/randomactsofamazon

This PR clss is nuts

11th grade ap English. By far one of my favourite classes. I read half the books the year prior so it was a cake walk. But reading all the books again four times at least whilst everyone else sparknotesed the book. I knew more about the book then the teacher. Good times.

u/Reverserer · 2 pointsr/keto
u/noobie56 · 2 pointsr/keto

Mission Low Carb Tortillas:

Mama Lupe Low Carb Tortillas:

I use these all the time to replace bread.

u/omg-onoz · 2 pointsr/keto

I'm in the same boat. I just moved to Hawaii and I swear, no one diets here at all. And they eat rice with everything. I'm afraid to say the word "low carb" around these people :)

So I have recently bought on amazon a bunch of things I USED to be able to find my local grocery stores, such as:

  1. Bob's Red Mill Coconut Flour
  2. Bob's Red Mill Almond Meal/Flour
  3. Mama Lupe's Low Carb Tortillas

    I bought them in bulk and they're all going into the freezer.

    I will probably try this Unsweetened Shredded Coconut soon because the I Breathe I'm Hungry blogger is always using it and I can't find it unsweetened here...

    And I've always bought EZSweets on Amazon, I've never found it in stores anywhere.

    I'm having issues finding Pork Rinds in Hawaii by the way, so if you find a good spot to order them online, let me know.
u/ionchannels · 2 pointsr/keto

It's interesting, they are now out-of-stock on most major online grocers. Eg, [Netrition] (
and [Amazon] (

u/saaam · 2 pointsr/food

A little hard to find in stores I've found but agreed

u/Ludakrizz323 · 2 pointsr/omad

Its low carb lavash bread.. Joseph's Lavash Bread Flax Oat Bran & Whole Wheat Reduced Carb - 4 Square Breads

u/zone2oo0 · 2 pointsr/keto

i eat these:

they're awesome, i only have like 2 a day, if that. i haven't been knocked out of keto when i eat these.

u/terry5031 · 2 pointsr/keto

This is a common lunch for me...

Mission Carb Balance Tortillas
Use that to make a sandwich, which comes out to be about 6 carbs of total yumminess. I usually get smoked turkey and ham, and a strip of bacon (or real bacon pieces for a quick made meal) and then a quick drizzle of ranch and some shredded cheese. So good!

u/keylogthis · 2 pointsr/nostalgia

You were able to get them on amazon for awhile, but not anymore. I bought them for my wife a couple years ago with some other 90's sweets that I found. Remember these?

I think you might still be able to get dunkaroos from Canada, but a Canadian might need to weigh in here.

u/ianlittle12 · 2 pointsr/nintendo
u/im_a_goat_factory · 1 pointr/philadelphia

Holy shit those reviews! Almost as good as those jesus wafer ones (and yes I did buy and review these things)

u/TheSelfGoverned · 1 pointr/shittyaskscience
u/mrteapoon · 1 pointr/explainlikeimfive

Amazon sells them, apparently. :)

Also, here is a NYT article where they talk about the bakery that makes the majority of these communion wafers.

>The family-owned company makes about 80 percent of the communion bread used by the Catholic, Episcopal, Lutheran and Southern Baptist churches in the United States. It has a similar market share in Australia, Canada and Britain, and is now looking to expand to West Africa

More helpful info from the article linked above:

>The company will not disclose sales numbers, but says it makes about 850 million wafers each year, and that each wafer sells for less than a penny. Most of the company’s bread is sold wholesale to religious supply stores and Southern Baptist bookstores.

Based on the article, it looks like most churches buy in bulk one or two times a year. One of the churches mentioned buys 6,000 wafers a year, but I'm not sure what the size of their congregation is, so I couldn't comment on how "normal" that number is.

Oh, and as far as who handles ordering them, it's most likely the office manager. The same person that handles distributing funds for, as well as scheduling and probably maintaining, church events.

u/GhostalMedia · 1 pointr/shittyfoodporn
u/underpantsbread · 1 pointr/theydidthemath

On Amazon you can buy a 1000 pack of communion wafers. According to the nutrition facts the mass of 1 piece is 0.32g. (


Estimates of the average stature of people at that time would mean he was approx somewhere around 5'2'' - 5'5''. If we assume he was 5'3'' then a reasonable weight (according to most BMI charts) is approx 55kg.

This means you would have to receive communion 171,875 times. If you went to mass every week it would be approx. 3,300 years before you ate Jesus.


Note: I'm assuming total mass (excuse the pun). This includes bones etc. not just the mass of "flesh".

u/traffician · 1 pointr/atheism

> The sign of the cross […] is an outward and voluntary expression by the atheist that serves no secular purpose.

Voluntary? Are you not in voluntary control of your own mouth? Did someone drag your limp corpus to the altar? What "secular purpose" is fulfilled by eating the body of a god?

> accepting and consuming the food has a secular purpose—nutrition, or general enjoyment of the food.

No. Absolutely no. Stop this façade. Communion is not snack time.

I dare you to ask your catholic family if it's okay to serve host wafers (free shipping) with grapes and goat cheese. After all, they're "nutritious", and "generally enjoyable as food". Get the fuck outta here XD

u/YzermanToLidstrom · 1 pointr/AskReddit

Me too. The crackers are the only thing I miss.

You can buy the crackers on Amazon.

u/db2 · 1 pointr/atheism

No offense, but you're really really lazy.


>These little beauties are perfect for the dieter. One can only eat so many carrot and celery sticks before one screams. How better to spruce up the blandness than the crunchy goodness of Jesus? Jesus is good with fat-free dips, as the base for cucumber sandwiches (especially with lemon salt) and out of this world on salads! I mean, do you have any idea how many calories croutons have? But not Jesus. Oh, no. He's fat and virtually calorie free.

u/trench0 · 1 pointr/loseit

My lunch usually consists of leftovers from the night before, and then I usually grab an unsweetened iced tea to wash it down. Some of my regulars are:

  • Beef with broccoli in red wine, garlic and ginger sauce
  • Chicken, peppers and onions on a Joseph's Flax Pita
  • Celery with almond butter, honey roasted macadamia nuts, plain full-fat goat's milk yogurt with strawberries (this is for days sans leftovers)
  • Salad with leftover chicken and homemade mustard vinaigrette
  • Baked zucchini, grape tomato pita (above pitas) with garlic hummus and goat cheese and arugula (SO.GOOD.)
  • Leftover turkey burger with salsa, goat's milk yogurt with strawberries
u/PM_ME_UR_CENTIPEDES · 1 pointr/todayilearned

I like the ones from Joseph's, although your local supermarket may have a store brand that is equivalent and cheaper.

You can also just use lettuce if you don't mind it possibly being a little messier.

u/anotherusername23 · 1 pointr/keto

These things changed keto for me. I went about a year with no bread products and once I got a hold of these I started having quesadillas, pizza crusts, or using them as wraps for a sandwiches. I didn't realize how much I missed than stuff.

u/bump_bump_bump · 1 pointr/AskEurope

Yeah, you wouldn't like the US ones! I've been offered this meal of hot-dogs, US molasses beans, and weird brown molasses bread that comes in a tin (sweet AF of course) (Edit: this is the stuff - 1/3 sugar by weight!). I've had desserts that were less sweet.

But this is a country where a whole lot of kids are given "PB&J" sandwiches as their lunch - the main part of it, not a dessert. i.e. peanut butter and jam sandwiches.

But we have no idea why all the obesity and type II diabetes... why could it be‽ I know an obese family who talked about how they just have genes that make them gain weight literally while giving their children a chocolate chip muffin for a "morning snack" between breakfast and lunch.

u/kevrom · 1 pointr/WTF
u/kelseykeefe · 1 pointr/snackexchange

Hahah, speaking of New England (Boston) foods, is it silly that I've been compiling a list of foods I want to share for when I've the time/money to do a big swap? Mostly, I am focused on Brown Bread. Sweet, delicious brown bread.

u/I_Am_Slightly_Evil · 1 pointr/malaphor
u/jefuchs · 1 pointr/funny

It's available on amazon.

This (and the canned chicken) might actually make decent provisions for remote living situations, like long sea voyages.

u/Kelistrah · 1 pointr/mildlyinteresting

It was most likely canned brown bread something along the lines of this

While homemade brown bread is better this is still not bad. Used to be pretty popular New England food. many people would eat it with backed beans and hot dogs. Pretty tasty meal imo.

u/ralthiel · 1 pointr/funny
u/Drawtaru · 1 pointr/fatlogic
u/emilyrose93 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
u/Iphotoshopincats · 1 pointr/beyondthebump

Australians in USA ... well that's easy give them the long lost taste of home

honestly if the do not love both of these with a passion they are not true Aussies

u/ImpsCorner · 1 pointr/InsideGaming

Amazon HERE

u/boxcarsteve · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Tim Tams, I always wanted to try these Australian treats. They seem so good!!

u/whatrosasaid · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Oh snap! They are on Amazon! Here I thought I'd be deprived until I saved up for a trip to The Shire!

u/Longluck · 1 pointr/oakville

I’ve only ever found them online, I use Amazon. They’re expensive, but if you have a craving, it’s an option.

Arnott's Tim Tam Original 7oz (200g)

u/OTACON120 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

These little bastards fueled my high school years. The secretary would actually keep a stockpile of these in her desk specifically for me in the event that my blood sugars dropped low and I didn't have anything on me to eat. I had these all through my childhood, but they were most prevalent during those high school years. I graduated in 2005, and haven't had a single one since then. Frowny-face. That's why they're on my wish list: once I finally have some money to spare, I want to grab some and have some diabetic nostalgia time. :D

EDIT: Also, Tim Tam.

u/Tadiera · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Everyone should have Tim Tams on their list.

They're just so tasty.

And I'd be interested in whatever you wanted to make me! I <3 handmade stuff so much.

I am also generally very crafty and this is such an awesome and giving contest. <3

u/echidnaguy · 1 pointr/newenglandrevolution

I've managed to find them on Amazon but they're not cheap. (Same for various brands of Jaffas).

And yes, they're "Arnott's Tim Tams"

u/Orefeus · 1 pointr/videos

not true at all. I'm on the keto diet and found a tortillas that has 6 net carbs (total carbs - fibre) and I've lost 30lbs in 3mths


I will admit it does have a lot of salt but that is OK for me because I don't use salt in any of my meals. It is 100% working out for me. My blood pressure went down and I feel great

u/zcewaunt · 1 pointr/halifax

I haven't had luck locally, but I've bought these from Amazon...


They are pretty good --- 19 g of carbs and 13 g carbs making them 6 net carbs each.

u/courtneywilk · 1 pointr/ketorecipes

There are actually quite a few true low carb tortillas! These ones are my favourite - 3g of net carbs each.

u/DesertLlama · 1 pointr/keto

I usually make a shrimp burrito, but I guess you could put anything else in it. Here's what I do:

I use these tortillas 3.5g net carbs and 4g net carbs

I simmer the shrimp (0g carbs) /whatever meat in butter for a little bit and then I throw either 1/4 cup shredded cabbage (~1g net carbs) or 1/2 cup shredded cabbage (~2g net carbs), depending on how hungry I am, into the frying pan to soak up the rest of the butter (be sure not to cook that cabbage as that adds a few more carbs.)

After that I throw in 1-2 tbsps of Salsa Verde (2g carbs) and mix it together then put it on the tortilla shell.

After that you can optionally put a tbsp of Sour Cream and a tbsp of Guacamole.

It takes up a few carbs, but it is worth it to have every once in awhile.

u/seriously_joking · 1 pointr/keto

has anyone tried these tortillas from amazon?

u/CaptionSkyhawk · 1 pointr/dankchristianmemes

Dude these are my favorite. I buy them as a snack. You can get them on Amazon

u/bigboehmboy · 1 pointr/pics

Order on Amazon and select subscribe & save for a final price of $13.02 for 4 boxes with free shipping! (I believe it's free even if you don't have prime, but am not sure.)

With subscribe & save, you tell them to automatically send you another and bill you every month, two months, or 3 months.

u/playhertwo · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Noms edit: to say this on my food list.

Gif and one from the other Grinch. My life.

u/Yokuo · 1 pointr/Wishlist

This is the cheapest thing I've got. Which isn't as cheap as some of these other people. :p

u/Varasque · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Don't worry be happy!

I think you'll like this Gunter necklace and this magnet set!

I'd like this :3

u/luckykarma83 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Num nums

I can't wait to try this!

u/cknap · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Pocky num nums

u/gunzor · 1 pointr/Yogscast

You're doing yourself a disservice. Order them on Amazon. I got my package in about 10 days from that seller. You will not regret it.

u/Roehok · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Left! I make my own luck


u/Meowstercat92 · 1 pointr/snackexchange

I hate Jaffa cakes, but my brother loves them. He buys them all the time from amazon: . They come pretty quickly, and you can get a pretty consistent, cheap supply.

u/showtime_ · 1 pointr/funny

I used to live in Florida; a popular chain there is the Publix grocery store (they had an 'International/Foreign Food Section). If you don't live near one, I'd recommend ordering some online. Hope this helps!

u/Butch_Glitterface · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

CANDY!!!!!!!!!!! It isn't a candy but Jaffa Cakes are my fav snack food.

u/watsoned · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
  1. Cake or birthday related (It is my cake day after all) (Get it? Jaffa CAKES?)
  2. Simon Pegg (SHAUN OF THE DEAD!)
  3. A book you are eager to read (Dark Tower)
  4. Eating Utensils (Chopsticks!)
  5. Animal (Beanie Baby leopard!)
  6. Purple (Socks!)
  7. A game (Old Zelda game)
  8. A guilty pleasure (Broadway musicals!)
  9. A Tool (LOL)
  10. Something from your childhood (Robin Hood!)
  11. An organizational item (It organizes the music sheets)
  12. Hobby (Quilting!)
  13. Nerdy/ Geeky (NINJA TURTLES!)
  14. Something Natural (Naturals, get it?)
  15. Green (Apple pops!)
  16. Something you wear (A hoodie!)
  17. Funny (So funny)
  18. Beads, Bees or Beans (Bracelet!)
  19. Gardening (Purple lights!)
  20. Your absolute favorite item on your wish list no matter the price.

    And happy happy cake day!

    Bonus: I prefer complete surprises.
u/stacijon · 1 pointr/keto

great post! i'm excited to try the No Oodles after being disappointed with other brands of shirataki!

i love Mama Lupe Tortillas. There are 3 net carbs per tortilla. I use one (folded) to make cheese and meat quesadillas. I top with Sour Cream or Sliced Avocados (or both!) for a filling meal.

u/HeathMorris · 1 pointr/winstonsalem

Oh damn, I've heard good things about those, but never tried them. Looks like Amazon has them for $9.77 a pack, which isn't bad for 10 tortillas that are a specialty food. If you don't have prime, you could rock the 3 pack and get free shipping:

Harris Teeter in the Cloverdale mall (and probs other locations) sells 5 different styles of the Mission low carb tortillas. They range from 8g per tortilla to 4g, depending on the size and white/whole wheat. I try to limit myself to 2 tortillas per week so that I'm not craving wheat tasting stuff the rest of the time. Been having success with green cabbage leaves for wraps and burgers.

I hear you about the depression my friend, that can undo fitness progress like nothing else. Glad you're back on the horse.

u/yyaaaaaasss · 1 pointr/xxketo

Smoked salmon!!

You can make oopsie bread ( or get these low carb tortillas ( and then I put a little bit of cream cheese (or tofutti) and smoked salmon and capers. Delicious!! And you can make a bunch in advance so you can grab and go.

u/IAMAHORSESIZEDUCK · 1 pointr/keto

Me too. These are pretty clean though. There are some starches and Xanthan Gum but that's about it. There's no comparison as far as processing goes between these egg whites and low carb tortillas.
I think a lot of ketoers can benefit from the egg whites.

u/Gunntherd · 1 pointr/keto
Net 3 carbs ea
Net 4 carbs ea

I've been using these as I can put whatever i want into them (Keto - Wise!) Tuna, salad, meat, eggs, bacon anything low carb and I won't go over my carb intake. Good luck and hang in there as this diet works!!!!

u/AmazingKreiderman · 1 pointr/videos

Well, Oreo doesn't (they wouldn't be Oreos, after all), but Nabisco does sell the chocolate wafers on their own. They are available in regular grocery stores, I've bought them plenty of times.

u/annieokelydokely · 1 pointr/fatlogic

Here you go -- some no-stuff Oreos!

u/Cyno01 · 1 pointr/mildlyinteresting

They do.

Theyre usually on the top shelf above the oreos.

u/amaeb · 1 pointr/loseit

Nabisco sells plain chocolate wafers. I've never compared them side by side with an Oreo but I remember thinking they were comparable when I ate them by themselves. And they're from the same company so I'm willing to bet they ARE the same.

u/ketostasis · 1 pointr/keto

My local walmart sells some thin [lavash] ( bread, which is only 6g net-carbs when you cut it in half. I use that when they're out of low carb tortillas.

u/doc_samson · 1 pointr/keto

Walmart carries the Carb Balance line of tortillas. The white flour tortillas have 19g carbs and 13g fiber so 6g net carbs. Also picked up a new one from a local store called Ole tortillas, 16g carbs and 11g fiber so 5g net.

We typically have a taco night once every week or two. Shredded pork or chicken with veggies, sour cream, salsa, and gobs of cheese. It's kind of like fathead pizza in the sense that two of these is more than enough to stuff you beyond necessary, but still be around 500 calories or so for the whole meal.

Walmart also has something called Lavash Bread which IMO is pretty damn good. It's extremely thin but I've used it to make salmon "burrito" wraps -- cream cheese + baby spinach + smoked salmon, maybe something extra thrown in. Half a slice is 8g carbs and 3g fiber so 5g net carbs. Could easily make a quesadilla type meal from it.

You could also make some kind of gooey cheese calzone using fathead pizza dough. Here's a fathead quesadilla.

u/pixeltip · 1 pointr/ketorecipes

It's too heavy for me. It makes me feel like there is a brick in my stomach. I actually use St Josephs' Lavash for my crust and that actually works really well, but wanted to try and nail the cauli crust.

u/wootini · 1 pointr/ketorecipes

I actually found this works well for crust. Pretoast it (not too much).

Then make your own sauce.

Joseph's Lavash Bread Flax Oat Bran & Whole Wheat Reduced Carb - 4 Square Breads

u/nathanaelnsmith · 1 pointr/keto

You can find the tortillas on amazon if you dont have them in your local stores.

Just be careful if you stall, you might want to cut them out. I'm not sure if it was the culprit, but I cut them out just to be safe. Once my wife reaches her goal weight (she's also doing keto) we'll probably add them back in.

u/Akujinnoninjin · 1 pointr/ketorecipes

Assuming you can't find a local source, they're on Amazon at a decent price. for example.

In my experience they also freeze/defrost much better than regular wraps, without going slimy/sticky, so you can buy a load and freeze them, and pull out a pack every few days as needed.

u/notanotherdonut · 1 pointr/Keto_Food
u/SydeshowJake · 1 pointr/hmmm

So I wanted to find out if it's possible to get them without the cream filling. First thing that came up was this 23 pound box of just the chocolate wafers.

u/sweetpeeeeeeeeeep · 1 pointr/unpopularopinion

What’s the bet they don’t taste the same

u/MrsSmartyPants · 1 pointr/keto

Why not have a “keto” chocolate snack?

I eat a few Lily’s chocolate chips and satisfy the craving

Lily's Dark Chocolate Chips- 1x9 OZ

Or make a keto brownie in a mug. I’ve been keto since 4/15/15 and I’m not saying you can’t occasionally have a slice of cake or whatever- but you’re setting yourself up to slide back into old habits with this mindset.

u/ingridolivia · 1 pointr/vegan1200isplenty

For the recipe I used Lily's Chcolate chips
They're no sugar added so lower Calories. For the top of the brownies I used a few mini Enjoy life.

I think that Chocolate Covered Katie uses the Lily's or some other sugar free chips too because that is the only way she could have gotten that calorie count.
I use Lily's chips all the time to lower calories, like in this high protein peanut butter cup

u/ROFL_stiltskin · 1 pointr/BabyBumps

I found them on Amazon (won't let me add the link for some reason) but damn, they are $13.95 for a sleeve of 5!! That would last me... an hour?? Haha! I think I'll grab supplies and try the at-home version!

These were my go-to after school snack and I can't believe they've been discontinued. At least I have have gushers!

Dunkaroos | Vanilla Frosting & Rainbow Sprinkles | Imported from Canada, 130 gram,5 separate detachable packets

u/TitaniumShovel · 1 pointr/pics

Dunkaroos | Vanilla Frosting & Rainbow Sprinkles | Imported from Canada, 130 gram,5 separate detachable packets

u/alwaysthefeisty · 1 pointr/OkCupid

First of all, dunkaroos

Secondly, I appreciate your sense of humor, but it's not terribly engaging in text form. I'll probably get some guff for this but maybe include an interesting list.
"5 things even my mom doesn't know about me"
"3 completely unrelated tidbits about my life and 2 related ones... I'll let you guess which ones are related"

If you decide to do this, don't force the humor into it. That will fail. Be candid.

u/mishugashu · 1 pointr/videos
u/AMY_bot · 1 pointr/nintendo

For less messy amazon links you can extract the part after "/dp/" in

and make it:

Or via smile link:



Plz send any recommendations to my owner via PM

u/sdlotu · 1 pointr/news

If you like the cookie better than the filling, you might just as well stop eating those imitations and go back to eating the original: Hydrox.

<Sidles quickly out of the room before the explosion...>

u/LostTriforce · 1 pointr/pics
u/are_serious · 1 pointr/The_Donald

Do it. You can get a box shipped to your house. Here you go

u/barneyaffleck · 1 pointr/nintendo

You can find them on if you're in the U.S.

u/vacuu · 1 pointr/The_Donald

Didn't know about these. They look glorious.

u/crysys · 0 pointsr/mildlyinteresting

Yea, because little wafers of unleavened bread are sacred.

Seriously, though, I kind of miss the taste. I should buy a box for snacking on when I browse reddit.

u/DrunkMonkey · 0 pointsr/atheism
u/MilwMonstr · 0 pointsr/gaming

yes, i had cookies air-mailed to me (shipping was only $5), and yes, they are delicious.

u/Anon_Logic · 0 pointsr/DotA2

Per Amazon

I could get 1,768,172 5-packs (8,840,860 individual) Vanilla and Rainbow Dunkaroos with all those Buckaroos! FREE SHIPPING! (You'd have to place 58,940 orders to get it all. That's 1,149,311.8 KG (about 1266.9 US tons) of Dunkaroos shipped freely!)

u/dnstuff · 0 pointsr/pics

This was that one treat that I always wanted as a kid, but my mom would never let me have.

I just looked them up. Apparently you can buy them on Amazon for around $10 for a 5-pack. They're imported from Canada.

The reviews are underwhelming :(

u/MedicInMirrorshades · -1 pointsr/AskReddit

A box of 1000 communion wafers, or as I like to call them, "Jesus Bites".

u/mrkdwd · -1 pointsr/askTO

They won't be cheap anywhere. Most stores sell the regular sized pack for $5+

Triple pack for $11 with free shipping seems like a decent price?

u/myownreddit · -2 pointsr/ketorecipes