SKOUT Organic Pumpkin Seeds (Spicy Texas Chili flavor) | Keto Snack Review!

I’m doing a review today of something
that is NOT ice cream. Who am I?! SKOUT organic pumpkin seeds, coming right up. Hey, guys. Welcome to A.D. Keto. My name is Aaron. This is the channel where I talk about the ketogenic diet. I do some keto
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content. Okay guys. So today, I am going to be reviewing these little bad boys. SKOUT
Organic Pumpkin Seeds, Spicy Texas Chili flavor. Now these came to me in the
February 2018 KetoKrate, the unboxing of which you can see right up here. And
this is not the first time that I will have head SKOUT Organic Pumpkin Seeds. However, it’s the first time I will have had Spicy Texas Chili flavor. I believe
that the first time I had them, it was the Pink Himalayan Sea Salt flavor, and
they were fine. Nothing offensive about them. In fact, they were very, very good.
But nothing really to write home about, either. So I was very excited to see this
arrive in KetoKrate. Spicy Texas Chili flavor. A little bit about SKOUT,
just from the back of the package, here. It says that they’re “Born in the Pacific
Northwest. SKOUT Back Country’s plant-based expedition food provides
powerful, organic nutrition. Our Oregon- grown organic pumpkin seeds, pepitas, come straight from a local family farm (Thanks, Pete and Greg, for the great seeds),
located in the rich fertile soils of the Willamette Valley. In addition to pumpkin
seeds truly being an antioxidant superfood, chili peppers contain a great
source of the anti-inflammatory capsaicin.” …Capsaicin. Ingredients: Organic Oregon pumpkin seeds organic sunflower oil, pink Himalayan sea salt, organic
paprika, organic cumin, organic cracked black pepper, and organic cayenne pepper. May contain pieces of delicious organic pumpkin?! Wow. Can’t wait to check these out. So nutrition information on these guys: There are two servings in this little container. Each serving is 180 calories,
16 grams of fat, 4 grams of total carbs, 2 grams of fiber, so 2 net carbs, and 10
grams of protein. So without further ado, let me open them up. I’m gonna take a whiff. See if I get that… hmm. Not as peppery as I thought they would… they would smell. However, looking inside there, not sure if you can see that in the darkness, here,
but you probably can’t. But they look pretty, pretty, pretty, pretty… pretty good. Good… I’m waiting for it. There is a bit
of an afterburn sensation, like the initial… the initial pop in the mouth? “Oh,
these are sunflower seeds. Nothing too crazy about these.” But there is a nice
kick after you’ve downed them — a nice little cayenne pepper kick. These
I’m digging. I dig these quite a bit. They are… they look pretty good. Yeah, for sure. These may be a little too highbrow to be spitting out from the dugout, but you
could do a lot worse if you are into pumpkin seeds than to grab SKOUT. They
are really good. Omega-3, gluten free, grain free, vegan, soy-free and paleo. I’ve
never been a huge fan of pumpkin seeds, but these do… they’re not the most
crunchy snack, however they are in that same sort of realm. They satisfy sort of that…spicy and
then they’re not crunchy, but they’re not soggy either. They’re sort of a nice
middle ground, and the cayenne pepper is perfect. Not overwhelming, not so subtle
that you miss it. I like these quite a bit. The taste
kind of does it for me. So that’s SKOUT Organic Pumpkin Seeds.
Let me know if you guys have had these. Let me know what you think, and I hope
you enjoyed this little review, and thanks for watching. Have a fantastic day,
and I’ll see you next time.

12 thoughts on “SKOUT Organic Pumpkin Seeds (Spicy Texas Chili flavor) | Keto Snack Review!”

  1. Nice! We roasted our own pumpkin seeds last fall and added crumbled bacon and smoked cheddar powder. Suddenly I started wondering why there weren't more flavored pumpkin seeds because they were awesome! I will look for these soon.

  2. Is it me, or do pumpkin seeds taste EXACTLY like sunflower seeds?!??! I picked some pumpkin seeds up from the store this weekend b/c I've never ever had them. So I thought I was being adventurous. I worked myself up into just throwing a handful in my mouth, and I thought "THESE ARE JUST BIG SUNFLOWER SEEDS!!" And I have a huge bag of those already!! Lol. So now I'm just eating my way through the bag til I'm done with them… Great vid as usual!

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