There aren't many things that can compare to the crunch of a cold pickle during a backyard barbecue as the sun sets.
Baby dill pickles are a great keto option, so it's no wonder their popularity skyrocketed 206% from April to May this year, as reported by Instacart.
Per serving, the keto-friendly dish offers 220 calories and 29 grammes of protein.
Popular bowl recall. If you bought the bowls between May 22 and June 15, 2021, they may include plastic.
Keto dieters love this Costco alternative for trail mix. Spring Instacart orders climbed 226%.
The keto-certified snack mix features macadamia nuts, pecans, pepitas, almonds, and cheese balls. Two 24-ounce bags (3 pounds) are $29.99 online and in-store.
This sweeter, longer-lasting blackberry took seven years to reach stores. Work pays off: Blackberry sales at Instacart climbed 287% in April and May.
Fruit is a keto-friendly sweet treat. Blackberries provide 6 net carbohydrates per cup and are packed of minerals, vitamins, and antioxidants.
Instacart says Keto Costco buyers bought this snack 374% more this spring. Two 9.5-ounce bags cost $27.99 online but may be less in-store.
23 crisps provide 150 calories, 11 g fat (7 g saturated fat), 340 mg sodium, 1 g carbs, 0 g fibre, and 12 g protein. Cheeses utilised include Asiago and pepper jack.