Atkins Endulge Peanut Butter Cup, 5…

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Science has been at the core of every decision we’ve ever made. It all started in 1963, when Dr. Robert C. Atkins began to formalize the controlled carbohydrate approach after studying a series of articles published in the Journal of the American Medical Association that supported this theory. At... see all
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RP Such a great treat when you're focusing on a low carb diet. (And I have been very successful on the diet.) There are two peanut butter cups per serving, and sometimes I only want/need one of them at a time. Sometimes you need a little something sweet or chocolatey and this is the perfect little portion to satisfy the need.

toolgirl402003 I'm not a big fan of sweets, but whenever I go on a very-low-carb diet, my body goes into that initial "give me sugar!" mode and I end up missing my one weakness - Reese's Peanut Butter Cups. This has ABSOLUTELY satisfied that craving, I can't even explain how surprised I was (considering I can almost not choke down the peanut butter meal bar). I eat the Atkins bars as my meals and snacks, but it's hard because they are all very sweet, but these are perfect. Maybe I like them because the peanut butter itself isn't so sweet. Either way, I stock up when they're on sale.

NaNa These were great, but by the time they got to my home, they had melted. Was a big mess trying to eat them and didn't get much out of them because they had melted out all around the package that held them. You need to pack anything that will melt with a cooling pouch or something to keep them cold, or frozen because it gets really hot here in California and if they are left in the heat too long they will melt!!!!!!!!!

psewald These were great, but by the time they got to my home, they had melted. Was a big mess trying to eat them and didn't get much out of them because they had melted out all around the package that held them. You need to pack anything that will melt with a cooling pouch or something to keep them cold, or frozen because it gets really hot here in California and if they are left in the heat too long they will melt!!!!!!!!!

Sis Melted! 1st & 2nd orders...not consumable. Ended up requesting a Product Credit on my cc. Very disappointed and would really like to try the product! I guess I'll have to place an order for PB Cups in the cooler/winter months to avoid melting and not being able to eat.

mjl030 This product tastes really good! I enjoy it as a low-carb dessert. As with the other Atkins bars, it's not the best value for the price, but at least the taste is there, unlike most of the others.

muffin_24601 If you're on Atkins, and are simply craving peanut butter cups, then these are for you! So far my favorite dessert from them. Definitely fill that craving. :)

JG This stuff blows my mind. I love Reese's peanut butter cups, but they aren't exactly low-carb. Be warned though, you may not be able to stop at 2 cups!

wisaluv05 They were pretty good for a "diet" snack. There are a lot of sugar alcohols in it thought so I can only eat one cup at a time.

jokrchk04 Satisfying enough that my wife and I could share a package and the sweet craving was gone. Was just enough!!



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Atkins Endulge Peanut Butter Cup, 5…

Science has been at the core of every decision we’ve ever made. It all started in 1963, when Dr. Robert C. Atkins began to formalize the controlled carbohydrate approach after studying a series of articles published in the Journal of the American Medical Association that supported this theory. At...
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