Good Eats Kitchen is an Official Retailer of Eat Fit Approved King Cakes

Trey Dykes

You can now purchase Eat Fit approved, gluten-free, diabetic & keto friendly King Cakes at Good Eats Kitchen and Fresh Kitchen locations. Beginning this weekend, you can purchase your king cake at one of our four retail locations in Baton Rouge & Lafayette, while supplies last. Due to demand, you may want to call our location before hand to assure availability. Click here for GEK Location Phone Listing

Ingredients: Cake: Greek yogurt, eggs, almond flour, Swerve (erythritol, oligosaccharides), coconut oil, coconut milk, coconut flour, baking powder, vanilla extract, salt, xanthan gum. Cinnamon Ribbon: Coconut oil, cinnamon. Glaze: Water, Swerve, natural food coloring (beta carotene, vegetable juice color, spirulina powder). CONTAINS: Milk, coconut, almond, egg. Made in a facility that also processes wheat. No preservatives, artificial sweeteners or colors.

#EatFitKingCake FAQ

Q: How is the Eat Fit King Cake only 4.5 Net Carbs when the label says 18 grams carb per serving?

A: Net Carbs are calculated by subtracting fiber and Swerve from Total Carbs. • 18 grams total carb – minus 2 grams fiber – minus 11.5 grams Swerve => 4.5 net carbs per serving.

• Need to hear it directly from our RD team? Molly Kimball recorded a video explaining this on Facebook. Find link here —

More detail: Carbs have 4 calories per gram. But sugar alcohols like erythritol (the main sweetener in Swerve) have less than 0.02 calories per gram, which is why it’s subtracted from total carbs on label.

Q: I have Celiac Disease. Can I eat the Eat Fit King Cake?

A: Ochsner’s Eat Fit team of dietitians worked on sourcing ingredients with Caluda’s Cottage Catering that are 100% gluten-free. Caluda’s Bakery is NOT a dedicated gluten-free facility. While they are very mindful of cross-contamination with this product, we advise those with Celiac Disease to be aware that crosscontamination is always possibility.

Q: Is the Eat Fit King Cake diabetic friendly?

A: Yes! As always, factor the carbohydrates into your daily nutrition plan, using 4.5 grams carbohydrate per 1/6 of king cake). As always, consult your health care provider with specific questions related to diabetes management.

Q: Is the Eat Fit King Cake safe for someone with nut allergies or sensitivity? A: The Eat Fit King Cake is made with almond and coconut flour and therefore is not recommended for individuals with nut allergies.

Q: Is the Eat Fit King Cake safe for someone with a dairy allergy or sensitivity?

A: The Eat Fit King Cake contains Greek yogurt and therefore is not recommended for those who need to avoid dairy.

Q: What’s the shelf life of the Eat Fit King Cake?

A: The Eat Fit King Cake is 100% all-natural. Caluda’s Cottage Catering suggests freezing Eat Fit King Cake until ready to eat, then enjoy within 7 days.

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