Best pork rinds according to redditors

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Top Reddit comments about Pork Rinds:

u/nemesiscw · 15 pointsr/funny

Been having it with Shredded Pork Floss since I was a kid.

u/Calmiche · 10 pointsr/shittyfoodporn

These things are AWESOME! The spicy ones are a little to hot for me. I've got a box of the regular ones on my auto order list from Amazon. I go through a 2 boxes a year.

u/PassportSloth · 10 pointsr/FrugalKeto

I usually go with eggs. Lots of eggs. Eggs + HWC + veggies + cheese. Bake in the oven and boom. Quiche for days.

Chicken thighs are almost always on sale and you can do a lot with them. Broil with low cab BBQ sauce, slow cook a curry, bread with pork rinds and fry em up.

This barrel is HUGE and much cheaper than buying 1oz bags at the grocer.

I also buy a lot of ground beef because it's versatile. Tacos, chili, just seasoned over cauli rice, mixed into (you guessed it) eggs.

u/Cleeeeek · 9 pointsr/ketotrees

Get the kind you make fresh in the microwave.
Just look on amazon, you can buy in big bulk bags or single serving bags like popcorn. Eat them immediately after making when they’re still popping and cracking. They get less delicious as they sit and get stale.

The spicy flavor of these is the best I’ve had so far:

Lowrey's Bacon Curls Microwave Pork Rinds (Chicharrones), Original, 1.75 Ounce (Pack of 18)

u/Ketosis2018 · 8 pointsr/keto

Utz Pork Rinds

Ingredients: pork skin & salt

u/wholelottasure · 8 pointsr/keto

Are you referring to Lowrey’s? Lowry’s is the season salt company.

Anyway, I’m a huge chicharrone lover but have never come across a variety that you microwave. I’ll have to check these out, thanks.

u/PrimalMo · 8 pointsr/keto

I take pork rinds (these are AWESOME), jerky or almonds. The pork rinds let me feel like I'm having something popcorny without the popcorn.

u/Sselnoisiv · 7 pointsr/zerocarb

I'm sensitive to histamines, but don't seem to have a problem with them. However, I also only eat these: and not the packaged bags from stores.

u/pickblast · 6 pointsr/zerocarb
u/DepressMode · 6 pointsr/keto

Awesome tip!

Perhaps in our emails we should include some low carb products that they already carry to make the "browse path" appear more necessary/useful.

Some possible examples..

Lowrey's Bacon Curls, microwave Pork Rinds

Just the Cheese Mini Round Snacks

u/DreadyVapor · 5 pointsr/xxketo
u/PorkRindEvangelist · 5 pointsr/WeWantPlates

Nah, he uses these.

He's a piece of shit.

u/naeblis1911 · 5 pointsr/keto

These are the ones Ive gotten and they are quite tasty. I put them in the oven though, they puff more evenly/completely.

u/bobsbigboi · 5 pointsr/EatCheapAndHealthy

Microwave Pork Rinds are good snacks.

A link to their [Nutrition information.] (

u/roadrage43 · 4 pointsr/keto
u/musigalglo · 4 pointsr/keto

[This soup] (

[These freaking wonderful noodles] ( with Rao's Marina and lots of cheese

[This keto pizza] (

[This cheese spread] ( with some grape tomatoes and low carb tortilla

Tuna salad made with lots of mayo, some mustard, and chopped up sugar free sweet pickles in a low carb wrap

Snacks: Blue Diamond Habanero BBQ almonds, [these pork rinds] ( or cheddar cheese shredded and microwaved on wax paper (a la homemade whisps) with guacamole, some salsa, and sour cream.

Ocean spray diet cranberry grape juice.

Halo top ice cream (chocolate chip cookie dough) or Lucerne "watch'n carbs" [sic] chocolate coated vanilla ice cream bar if I'm really hankering for a sweet treat.

u/[deleted] · 4 pointsr/mildlyinteresting

I get this brand.

It's like a popcorn bag except the pork rinds don't exactly "pop" but they expand. Good way to store them without taking up too much space like a regular ready-to-eat pork rinds in a large bag.

The spicy ones are delicious and super filling. Very low calories per serving and per bag (60 calories per serving, or 210 for the entire bag). Good if you're doing some kind of low-carb diet like keto. Probably not good for replacing a meal but as a snack, it's a saviour.

You can get creative with them :P I microwave them in the bag, smash them into little pieces, and use it as "breading" for fish, beef, or more pork, and then bake it. It cuts the amount of calories from usual breading by at least 50%.

u/severaltons · 4 pointsr/keto

Microwave pork rinds. Get on board.

u/bienvenumyriel · 4 pointsr/zerocarb

Ha =) well this diet will test your will power that's for sure. But it gets a lot easier as you learn what works for you.

I am glad you made it here. Most IBDers don't think they can only eat meat and survive and therefore never try. I have only anecdotal evidence but from what I have seen lots of them would benefit from it.

Few tips to start off:

  1. You will poop a lot less. Most of the meat and fat we eat gets utilized by the body.

  2. I would get some sort of snack to help you wean off your "carb snacking" ways. I used pork rinds a lot when I first started off.

  3. You will eventually want to move away from plant based fats. Lard, Tallow, and Duck Fat work great for me. Here is where I buy them:

  4. There will be a transition period. Salt really helped me with this, however don't get overly involved with all the Electrolyte drama that goes on over at r/keto.

  5. Your body will need a lot of fat, but will not be able to handle a lot at first. It might give you diarrhea. Work up your fat tolerance up slowly.

  6. Different people have different cooking techniques. Do what's easiest for you. I sous vide everything which allows me to go shopping once a month - which I love.

  7. Watch Leonardo Dicaprio in The Revenant. That's you.
u/Toof · 4 pointsr/blackmagicfuckery

Bro, I'm about to change your life.

I can't go back to regular pork rinds after these.

u/JK_DONT_PM_ME · 4 pointsr/keto

Pork rinds are an acquired taste. I'm a big fan of chili lime flavored and salt and vinegar (and a store near me sells sriracha flavored which are pretty great). I like to crush up the BBQ or spicy flavored and use them to shake and bake chicken. And the Lowrey's microwavable pork rinds are great popcorn replacement

u/sassytaters · 4 pointsr/keto

I love those little summer sausage bites:

Got this recently at Kroger and it was great, but it's already been discontinued at my store:

Lily's Chocolate Bars are really good, but pricey:

Microwave Pork Rinds:

Other than that, maybe individual sized packs of nuts, string cheeses, little sample jars of fancy nut butters (or like those squeeze packs of Justin's Almond Butter).

Congrats on the whole family getting on board. That's great.

u/ygreniS · 4 pointsr/Keto_Food
u/coocooforcoconut · 3 pointsr/diabetes_t1

My son is the T1 but my husband and I are Keto also. Here are some fav snacks/foods:

Lowrey’s Microwave Pork Rinds: 0 net carbs. I hate bagged pork rinds but love these. We eat them with cheddar dip or guacamole usually. One bag makes about the same as the regular pre-bagged kind.

Mission Low Carb Tortillas: 4 net carbs. You can make your own low carb chips by brushing with oil and baking in the oven. Or make some wraps with your favorite meats and cheeses.

Blue Diamond Flavored Almonds: 3 net carbs (about 14 almonds) We love the wasabi, bbq, and chocolate.

Schmidt 647 Bread: 6 net carbs per slice. It’s indistinguishable from regular sandwich bread. We like the Italian the best.

Lily’s Chocolate: 4 net carbs for 1/2 bar. For when you have a sweet tooth.

Popcorn: 11 net carbs for 1/3 of a large microwave bag (about 4 cups) We use this instead of chips in my son’s lunch. I’ve read that it can spike some people so YMMV.

Veggies and dip: blue cheese, ranch, and Italian dressings are usually low carb.

Strawberries: about 2 net carbs per berry.

Lunch meats and cheeses, bacon, boiled eggs: <2 net carbs

u/djangobliss · 3 pointsr/keto

A barrel of Pork Rinds!

u/chunkyrants · 3 pointsr/xxketo

Sort of, yes. Mail-order but worth it. Microwave Bacon Curls AKA pork rinds but way better- here's the Amazon link.

u/koryisma · 3 pointsr/xxketo

(though this sounds delicious to try as well: )

I mainly hide them because my husband doesn't eat pork for religious and cultural traditions. He grew up in an Islamic country (and is Muslim) so he has the mindset that pork is disgusting. We can get (expensive) delicious beef bacon... but I tend to only eat pepperoni at work, hide pork rinds, etc. so he isn't turned off by it. He'd be okay with it but it just feels like the nice thing to do.

u/chooxy · 3 pointsr/Cooking
u/peacanrican · 3 pointsr/ketotrees

So... I love these for munchies

Btw- they are crunchy as fuck as the complaints say...but that's why I like them. Like a perfect kettle cooked chip replacement. And get them at a Hispanic store for much better price. I pay like 1.50.

u/drp630 · 3 pointsr/Keto_Diet

These! Warm and crunchy.
Lowrey's Bacon Curls Microwave...

u/UnlikeSpace3858 · 3 pointsr/keto

Microwavable pork rinds, fresh every time. Cheese drying to make cheesy puff crackery bites that taste like cheezits. Sugar free jello mousse: 4oz softened cream cheese, 1/4c cream, 2Tbsp powdered sweetener, 2-1/4tsp sugar free jello powder blended, divide into 2 to 4 portions and refrigerate. Try raspberry with unsweetened coconut and slivered almonds or dark cherry blended with a few lily's chocolate chips, or orange flavor and cocoa powder, etc. Good for a special occasion dessert.

u/GrandZebraCrew · 3 pointsr/keto

Epic Brand!

The salt & pepper ones are my fav. The maple cracklings are decadent. BBQ is okay but salt & pepper goes with more dips.

u/thorium007 · 3 pointsr/AdviceAnimals

The worst smell I've ever experienced was burnt microwave pork rinds

I've worked in an open pit coal mine where coal would experience spontaneous combustion. I've spent time in a slaughterhouse.

I've had a lot of shitty jobs with horrible smells. Burnt microwave pork rinds is by far the worst.

u/AMY_bot · 3 pointsr/xxketo

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u/technocraft · 3 pointsr/keto

Lowrey's Microwave Pork Rinds

u/Codebender · 3 pointsr/keto

One of my staples. It's easy to eat a lot of calories though, so I always portion them out rather than eating from a big container. They can't be your sole source of protein, but that seems unlikely to be a problem.

There's no reason they need to contain sugar or carbs of any kind. I get plain ones and then put powdered cheese, ranch, etc., flavor on them if I feel like it.

u/howdidienduphere34 · 2 pointsr/ketorecipes

No, though I’m sure those would work if you wanted the “base” to be hot and spicy. These are the ones I use:

Carolina Gold

u/swingthatwang · 2 pointsr/ketorecipes

> microwaveable pork rinds


u/large_thin · 2 pointsr/fatlogic

There's science behind the issue with the protein quality being poor and including the warning is an FDA requirement (see below).

I've never actually seen the label in person. Here's an example.

> When the protein in foods represented or purported to be for adults and children 4 or more years of age has a protein quality value that is a protein digestibility-corrected amino acid score of less than 20 expressed as a percent, or when the protein in a food represented or purported to be for children greater than 1 but less than 4 years of age has a protein quality value that is a protein digestibility-corrected amino acid score of less than 40 expressed as a percent, either of the following shall be placed adjacent to the declaration of protein content by weight: The statement "not a significant source of protein," or a listing aligned under the column headed "Percent Daily Value" of the corrected amount of protein per serving, as determined in paragraph (c)(7)(ii) of this section, calculated as a percentage of the Daily Reference Value (DRV) or Reference Daily Intake (RDI), as appropriate, for protein and expressed as a Percent of Daily Value. When the protein quality in a food as measured by the Protein Efficiency Ratio (PER) is less than 40 percent of the reference standard (casein) for a food represented or purported to be specifically for infants through 12 months, the statement "not a significant source of protein" shall be placed adjacent to the declaration of protein content. Protein content may be calculated on the basis of the factor 6.25 times the nitrogen content of the food as determined by the appropriate method of analysis as given in the "Official Methods of Analysis of the AOAC International," except when official AOAC procedures described in this paragraph (c)(7) require a specific factor other than 6.25, that specific factor shall be used.

u/Tintinabulation · 2 pointsr/fatlogic

I'm in South Florida, so I NEED to find a store that does them fresh. I know they're here somewhere! I've also considered getting the ones you pop yourself, like these guys.

I find if you use enough guacamole, even sub-par pork rinds are pretty good. =)

u/rekstout · 2 pointsr/keto

They're a great chip substitite when you want something crunchy.

I have a bunch of of flavor powders like these so I can make then taste however I want as they tend to come come in plain, spicy and sometimes BBQ

A lot of people use them crushed up as a breadcrumb substitute too.

u/Schadenfreuder · 2 pointsr/loseit
u/Funk_Dr_Spock · 2 pointsr/keto

I ordered these and they're pretty good. I also started brushing low carb tortillas with olive oil, cutting them into chips and baking them until they crisp up. Depending on the brand the carbs can add up but they're pretty filling with cheese and pepperoni so I don't wind up eating too many.

u/an_m_8ed · 2 pointsr/xxketo

Microwave Pork Rinds soaked in German butter with a little Cholula dripped in there. This is especially great when we don't have time to cook or I feel cravings coming on.

u/flippers4ophelia · 2 pointsr/keto

I am not too great at cooking meat, so my keto journey has become all about the lazy snack food. Amazon has a ton of things that are simultaneously low calorie and low carb - Here's some of my favorites:

u/schemmey · 2 pointsr/ketorecipes

Have you tried [Lowrey's] ( They're salty enough that I use them as my main salt component in nachos and stuff, but I do like them enough. Maybe you'll find they're less salty than your brands.

u/SheWlksMnyMiles · 2 pointsr/ketorecipes

There's r/snackexchange the US we can get bags of "un-puffed" (idk how else to describe lol) pork skins that you microwave for $1 usd, they're just like making microwave popcorn! Maybe you can see if someone is willing to send you some? Not sure if they're available this way on amazon for you, idk how that works, just trying to be helpful :)

EDIT: link for said pork rinds

u/sug98765 · 2 pointsr/keto

They may go stale fairly fast. I buy these and love them.

u/annfro · 2 pointsr/Birmingham

Have you seen the microwavable ones? Dollar General has them is what I've been told. They are stupid good. Faux-tatoes are ok especially if you add bacon and cheese.

u/Inagail · 2 pointsr/keto

You really should try the microwave pork rinds - they are a completely different animal than the bagged ones (which I also like). I get them by the box full from Amazon, but I've also seen them at some local grocery and discount stores. They are usually by the microwave popcorn.

u/zarqghoti · 2 pointsr/keto

You need this. Nothing like fresh hot out of the microwave crackling pork rinds.

Lowrey's Original Bacon Curls, 1.75-Ounce (Pack of 18)

u/sunnymarieee · 2 pointsr/keto

At least you're snacking on Keto foods! Is it possible to adjust your daytime eating down a little bit to allow for a nighttime snack? Or try IF. I find it a lot easier to control my intake if I'm doing IF and therefore aren't eating until later in the day. Also try and remember that it'll all average out. There will be days you'll eat below your limit, and days you'll go over, but as long as the scale is trending down and you're eating the right foods, don't stress yourself too much.

Oh, and if you haven't already discovered microwavable pork rinds (think Keto popcorn), get thee to Amazon (assuming you like pork rinds).

u/TheBoldManLaughsOnce · 2 pointsr/loseit

I had the same issue with Doritos. But I learned to knock off their recipe for myself. I now make a Dorito style dip with greek yogurt. I'll have it on carrot sticks or radish slices. Or even pork rinds. It's not as easy as burying your face in a bag... but when you have control of all the knobs on the machine you end up a winner.

The hardest part about Dorito's is that a large ingredient is actually tomato powder. But Amazon can help.

they have smaller sizes too.


they're crunchy, bacony, sugar free and actually have 9g of protein for a serving.

u/taniapdx · 2 pointsr/keto

Try these microwave pork rinds instead. They are so much better when fresh.

Also, I think pork rinds on their own are pretty gross, but as a vehicle for dip they are amazing! Jalapeño artichoke or spinach dip, guacamole, and basically any kind of cheesy dip are keto friendly and pork rinds are the perfect delivery device.

u/krayketo · 2 pointsr/keto

I went through one of these in a month and just ordered 2 more. in less

When it comes to crunchy snacking there is no equal as far as carbs maybe oven baked cheese chips?

u/justmyrealself · 2 pointsr/keto

These don't have the same macros (more protein than fat) but they are good in a pinch.

Also, I usually try to even out the macros and dip in mayo or throw some butter over them and treat them like popcorn.

Either way... they're delicious.

u/Doub1eAA · 2 pointsr/Keto_Food

You can also get them on Amazon and sometimes you can stack a coupon with S&S.

Lowrey's Bacon Curls Microwave Pork Rinds (Chicharrones), Original, 1.75 Ounce (Pack of 18)

u/kladklad · 2 pointsr/kingcobrajfs
u/witeowl · 2 pointsr/keto


At first I was nervous about the MSG, but then I read up on MSG and found that my fears were unfounded. There are plenty of other brands on and off amazon, though, so you can avoid the MSG if you're worried.

u/ohhbacon · 2 pointsr/1200isplentyketo

Yes they are, here's a link to Amazon (US) for them.

u/---sniff--- · 2 pointsr/AskReddit

Buy yourself some on Amazon.

u/dourk · 2 pointsr/AskReddit

I've been meaning to try these but haven't gotten around to it yet..

u/RedheadBanshee · 1 pointr/EatCheapAndHealthy

Pork Rinds. Cheap and tasty, but some people don't like the flavor. I sometimes put a few handfuls in a plastic bag and shake in some BBQ rub. Delicious!

u/BadAstroknot · 1 pointr/keto

This seems like a solid snack choice - pork clouds - and at $1.50 a bag. Does anyone know of any better/cheaper alternatives?

u/E-werd · 1 pointr/funny
u/red1dragon588 · 1 pointr/ketorecipes

I adapted this recipe. Partially because I am allergic to dairy products (which sucks on keto but whatever) and partially because I wanted to add my own flair.

According to MFP, it is 672 calories (with 8 oz chicken), 41.5g fat, 67.5g protein, 8g total carbs, and 1g net carbs.


  1. Crack an egg in a bowl, and scramble it up
  2. Crush up about 1/2-3/4 ounces of pork rinds in a ziplock bag. (I used these ones)
  3. Mix in about 1/4 tablespoon of Himalayan pink salt.
  4. Shake it up and pour it into a bowl!


  5. Pre-heat oven to 375.
  6. Remove the skin from the avocado. I only used half an avocado.
  7. Slice it long ways.
  8. Dip it in the egg.
  9. Dip it in the batter.
  10. (Optional) Dip it in the egg and batter a second time.
  11. Place on a sheet and place in the oven.
  12. Keep in the oven at 375 for 15 minutes.
  13. Remove from the oven.
  14. Let cool, then serve!


  15. Slice it up. At least slice it along the middle so it cooks quicker. I thought strips would be fun (they were).
  16. Dip it in the egg.
  17. Dip it in the batter.
  18. (Optional) Dip it in the egg and batter a second time.
  19. Melt some butter on a frying pan.
  20. Place the chicken on the frying pan.
  21. Let it cook. You want to let it cook a good bit. If you smell something like the start of it burning, it's time to flip it.
  22. Once you smell it burning again on the new side, put the heat down to low.
  23. Flip the chicken one more time. Depending on how well cooked you like your chicken, leave it on for 2-3 more minutes on each side.
  24. Serve!

    Sriracha Mayo

  25. Take 1 tablespoon of Mayo.
  26. Take 1/2 tablespoon of Sriracha (I used this).
  27. Mix well.
u/dr_zira · 1 pointr/keto

I just got some microwaveable ones. Surprisingly good chip substitute. I've eaten them with cream cheese, sour cream, guac, and spinach artichoke dip.

u/ColAngus_wow · 1 pointr/classicwow

Try these

Lowrey's Bacon Curls Microwave...

You’re welcome

u/Forgetfultiger · 1 pointr/keto

Okay hear me out, try this brand if you hate them you really do honestly hate pork rinds. My favorite Is bbq.

u/xauron · 1 pointr/keto

These are great.

But be careful they can be addicting and go almost too quickly. Only 2 ingredients, prok rinds and salt.

u/sciencechick · 1 pointr/xxketo

I have yet to find a low carb brownie recipe that is actually close enough to the real thing to make it worthwhile. However, I do love make chocolate whipped cream. Just add coco powder to heavy whipping cream with your favorite artificial sweetener and blend until fluffy. You can also add cream cheese to make it more of a cheesecake type of thing. If I add cream cheese I usually also add natural peanut butter to make a [mousse] ( Definitely helps with the PMS cravings.

My favorite chip replacement is pork rinds. They are so good with sour cream or just on their own. I get this kind.

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u/fwargh · 1 pointr/keto

This is going to vary quite a lot from person to person:

u/annoyedatwork · 1 pointr/Frugal
u/bigroblee · 1 pointr/pics

Judges? We also would have accepted microwaved pork rinds. These are delicious. When I first tried them my friend asked me how they were, I said they were the best microwaved pork rinds I had ever tasted.

u/tklite · 1 pointr/keto

Can't believe these were never posted here...

They come in Hot & Spicy too.

u/drebunny · 1 pointr/keto

I was so skeptical too, but i love these! when i had the Bakenets or whatever from the grocery store i thought they were pretty gross and almost gave up on the pork rinds idea, until someone in this sub suggested the Lowrey's! I keep any extra that i don't eat (like the small bits that aren't good for dipping) in a sealed container so that later i can crush them up and use them in recipes that replace bread crumbs with crushed pork rinds

u/handbanana42 · 1 pointr/keto

I don't know man; you ever try these?

u/clarobert · 1 pointr/keto

They make store bought rinds taste like a crusty bath towel. Hot, crispy rinds with a dip made of sour cream base or even whipped cream cheese (yes, you can buy it pre-whipped at the store) cannot be beat.

u/iwantacoolnametoo · 1 pointr/Keto_Food

Lowrey's Bacon Curls Microwave Pork Rinds (Chicharrones), Original, 1.75 Ounce (Pack of 18)

u/monopticon · 1 pointr/ketorecipes

They're so great for dips/spreads. Depending on where you live you can buy them in a variety of flavors.

Here are some flavor examples.
These are my favorite but way too pricy.

u/chillzatl · 1 pointr/keto

Carolina gold nuggets, Microwavable pork rinds off Amazon. You get a fresh, hot plate of pork rinds any time you want them and you can flavor them any way you choose. Basically any powdered seasoning that you fancy does the trick, you can use them as dippers for things and I know some people that use hot sauces, but I find that makes them chewy and isn't my thing.

you can also cook them in the oven, which may be better, but I've not found the need and don't care to wait for my crispy skins.

u/RedGeek80 · 1 pointr/keto

Lowrey's Bacon Curls Microwave Pork...

u/glovedeath · 1 pointr/xxketo

You're welcome! i just ordered it :)

u/eyebrowcombover · 1 pointr/keto

I get mine online, try these out. The price works out to less than $1 per bag with like three servings...or if you're like me, one.

u/benjymous · 1 pointr/CasualUK

If you really can't find them anywhere, Amazon stock them. They even have the pub style packaging so you can stick them up on the wall for some crazy pork themed decor.

Pub Original Pork Scratchings Card (20 packs)

Mr Porky Pork Scratchings Pub Card 360g

u/El_poopa_cabra · 1 pointr/ketogains

Lowrys makes some microwavable pork rinds (think like microwave popcorn) Really good as snack at work.


u/Rarvyn · 1 pointr/keto

Hmm. How expensive are pork rinds in Hungary? We can buy a friggen 26cm tall barrel for <$8.

u/LightnLar · 1 pointr/pics

I have tried them, if you like pork rinds you will like these.
Two minutes in the microwave and you have hot rinds.
They do not pop like popcorn so adjust your cooking time accordingly.

u/crystaljae · 1 pointr/ketorecipes

I’m in California so they are everywhere. Amazon has these:

pork rinds

u/kinnder44 · 1 pointr/keto

I never thought about pumpkin seeds. That's a good one, too! I also agree that nothing really can replace popcorn, and popcorn was a frequent snack. However, I've been buying these microwavable pork rinds from Amazon, and it's the closest thing you're going to get to popcorn, and they're really good because they're nice and warm and crunchy, similar to popcorn.

u/BobbyMcWho · 1 pointr/keto

Order these the spicy variety, they're delicious and cheaper per bag than any puffed brand I've bought

u/persp73 · 1 pointr/carnivore

Carolina Gold Nuggets. I like having warm pork rinds just 2 minutes away.

u/NinjaMcGee · 1 pointr/keto

Please tell me you got Lowrey’s Microwavable Spicy Pork Curls! They’re THEE best. But, FYI, like 1-in-8 bags will just burn and not pop at all. Still worth fresh pork rinds!

u/boboTjones · 1 pointr/keto

These are the ones I buy, though sometimes the quality is a bit off — the last package has a lot of very small pieces in it, and I’ve gotten a couple of batches that weren’t salted. Despite all that, I eat a lot of them.

u/kaylore · 1 pointr/HelpMeFind

Formosa Brand Pork Sung, 18 Oz

Is that close enough?

Is it a paste or crumbles of that pork stuff?

u/amerikant · 1 pointr/Paleo

I recently hopped on the chicharrónes craze too. I buy mine off Amazon, a 5lb bag of the actual pork skin, which you either microwave or bake yourself to puff up.

One thing to remember is that they're not a significant source of protein. That brand I use shows 9g per serving, but I've been researching the validity of this claim and apparently the protein in pork rinds aren't "bio-available" to us because it's not a complete protein or something; basically I don't count it towards my macros.

u/shyjenny · 1 pointr/keto

I order the ones that you puff up in the microwave from Amazon. That way they are fresh - I have plain & spicy ones.
[This is the brand.] (

u/ClarityByHilarity · 1 pointr/Keto_Food

Turkey Creek - America's Best Pork Skins offers Dill Pork Rinds (Chicharrones) packed 12-1.75oz bags. An outstanding product at a great price!

The link above is packed 12- 1.65oz bags. I got 12 and that’s the correct link per boyfriend :)

u/PlutoniumX · 1 pointr/keto

I recommend these: Lowreys

You microwave them like popcorn.

u/BodyByButterAndBacon · 1 pointr/keto

Pork Clouds

Kinda pricey, but damn tasty. I even made my friend who insisted that pork rinds were absolutely disgusting take a bag of the rosemary and sea salt ones home with her to try, she texted me relenting that these actually were very good and it surprised her.

u/MsRenee · 1 pointr/ketorecipes

You can get these at the dollar store where I'm at. Keto popcorn.

u/lbvermillion · 1 pointr/keto

They were probably stale. Not a big market for them where you are. There is an online store for Utz you will have to contact them to see about Canada shipping. I hope they can help you. Also Amazon here, but these prices are steep for something you may not like. The Utz store sells by the case, but you can mix and match flavors.

u/teenMom86 · 1 pointr/loseit

The ones I buy don't drop crumbs. They're little pellets that you microwave and they puff up like popcorn, and the flavor is neutral/salty so they're great for dips. [This little bag lasts like 2 months. ](Carolina Gold Nuggets Microwave Pork Puffies Bake-N-Puffs, Original, 16 Ounce

u/Teslok · 1 pointr/keto

I get the great big huge barrels of Utz from Costco. The ingredients, "pork rinds, salt" and are generally OK. I sometimes have them with cream cheese or nacho cheese/queso.

Sometimes you get the perfect crisp, sometimes you get the slightly harder-to-bite, sometimes you get the weird little puffs, but I haven't gotten any of the tooth-cracking chunks I've found in other brands, so generally Utz has been my go-to.

Amazon carries them as well - Link - I can't remember Costco's price, but I'm pretty sure it's cheaper.

u/motoguy · 1 pointr/keto

Pork Rinds are my go-to crispy meat item. I'm quickly becoming addicted.

The Lowrey's microwave ones are mind blowing. Link

u/meowmi7 · 1 pointr/keto

These are the best pork rinds. Since they're warm they're satisfying on their own:

For coffee, I mix protein powder with unsweetened almond milk and add some MCT oil and that's my breakfast.

u/regular_size_dan · 1 pointr/keto
u/Brown_stone · 1 pointr/keto

I've bought Lowreys brand before. Not bad taste, but when those stay hard they will break your teeth.

I been meaning to try something like Like a 5 lb bulk back, but I dunno.

u/GlorifiedApe · 1 pointr/keto

Pork Clouds are my favorite so far. They are not perfect, but the chicken bone to cloud ratio is tolerable for me. I personally prefer these to Utz, especially with plain and flavored cream cheese as a dip.ñero/dp/B00KM4AQ5S

u/Mutjny · 1 pointr/keto

If you like pork rinds you're going to love microwave instant pork rinds

u/blurfocus · 1 pointr/keto

Some people rave about the pork clouds.

Some other ideas:

u/natlach · 1 pointr/secretsanta

Low Carber here. Pork rinds, they have lots of bacon options these days including bacon jerky, wax covered cheese is usually ok, summer sausage, pepperoni, flavored almonds (if no nut allergy), seaweed snacks, dark chocolate, and sugar free candy.

Be careful with jerky, double check for added sugars with the flavoring.

u/thebigkayso · 1 pointr/ketorecipes

I don't mind pork rinds myself, but I can see why some people (like my husband) don't like the taste of the typical brands like Bakenets and Mission. I recently tried the Lowreys brand ones that you pop yourself in the microwave thanks to recs from this subreddit, and I agree that they taste a lot better! They actually taste a bit popcorn-y imo! Husband approved as well :) maybe try these? Lowrey's Bacon Curls Microwave Pork Rinds (Chicharrones), Hot & Spicy, 1.75 Ounce (Pack of 18)

u/long_red · 1 pointr/keto

My favorite are the microwave ones. Here they are on Amazon .
You can put cheese on them, use them as replacement for chips/crackers, smash them up for breading. I love putting dill pickle seasoning on them. YUM!

u/they_see_us_coming · 1 pointr/keto

we have them in most the stores where i live but none of them sell the plain ones that don't have spices or MSG. but they are on Amazon:

and then there are these - the kind you bake off yourself:

between the two, the finished product is exactly the same. maybe the Etsy ones are a little bit more lively as they are just popped.

u/vitoma · 1 pointr/keto

The Carolina nuggets on Amazon are way way way better.

u/KINetics112 · 1 pointr/keto

Carolina Gold Nuggets.
Microwavable Pork Rinds.
Per serving, 60 Cal, 2g Fat, 0 Carbs, 0 Sugars, 9g Protein.

I've got this stuff on Subsccribe and Save.

Chef Piggy Tail sells similar microwavable ones as well, but flavored if you're into that.

Microwave them on a paper plate rather than ceramic so that they fully puff up.

u/Systems_Tech · 1 pointr/keto

Check out pork clouds on amazon although it seems the seller that had it on prime is sold out...

u/Kalistar · 1 pointr/keto

I actually really like these even more than the bacon curls. I find that the microwave bags don't cook them as evenly and there's always too many for me to eat in one sitting. Throw a few of the loose nuggets on a paper plate and you're good to go!

u/killwhiteyy · 1 pointr/keto

man, if you can get these pork rinds, one bag is 210 cals, 7g fat, 4g carb, and 35g protein. that'll help you hit your goal pretty easily. they're also DELICIOUS.

u/bublz · 1 pointr/keto

I'm kinda late to the party, but I wanted to give you my 2 cents. I absolutely hated pork rinds, even after trying a bunch of different flavors. The texture and flavor was just disgusting to me. But I looked around on this sub and found this: Lowrey's Pork Rinds. They are "fried" right in your own microwave. They come out hot and absolutely delicious. They're salted pretty well, maybe even a bit too much, depending on your tastes (I think they're perfect for a snack).

Before you give up on pork rinds, try Lowrey's. For real. You really won't regret it. It's a bit of a big purchase if you're worried you'll hate them, but I'm pretty happy I took the risk. These are gonna be a staple snack for me on keto.

u/HooahKeslie · 0 pointsr/keto

Got you fam. Trust me.

Lowrey's Original Bacon Curls, Microwave Pork Rinds (Chicharrones), 1.75 Ounce Package, (Pack of 18)

u/Hominine · 0 pointsr/keto

Have you tried the microwave variety? The portion size is much better and warm chicharrones are an honest to goodness Martha Stewart moment.

u/arguewithidiots · 0 pointsr/AdviceAnimals
u/peteypabs267 · -2 pointsr/keto

This might be what you're looking for. Single serve packs in popcorn pouches. The hot and spicy ones are great

u/HateMPLSParks · -20 pointsr/Minneapolis

Are you a dumb, or are you just trying to shit up the sub? WHAT THE FUCK IS THE INTERNET?!?!?! Durrrrrrrrrr: