Hard Pork Rinds Gotcha Down?! 4505 Chicharrones Will Change That!

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4505 pork rinds

Pork out on these rind finds!

When it comes to keto snackin’, one of our favorite keto brands is 4505 Meats as they offer melt-in-your-mouth Chicharrones and crunchy Cracklins. They’re both delish!

I love that they have zero carbs, are low calorie, high in fat, and full of protein – the best of all worlds!

4505 Chicharrones are perfect for Keto

4505 Chicharrones are available in three yummy flavors: Classic Chili and Salt, Smokehouse BBQ, and Jalapeño Cheddar (our favorite!). If you prefer their Cracklins, choose from lightly seasoned Sea Salt or Spicy Green Chili and Lime flavors.

Check out these reviews from the Hip2Keto team:

“The flavors are so addicting! It’s a good thing they’re zero carb or I’d be in trouble! Plus, they’re a smart way to bread something crunchy – like these Air Fryer Pickles!” – Jamie

“There are pork rinds, and then there are 4505 Chicharrones & Cracklins! Oh my! In addition to them being hormone, antibiotic, and gluten free, they contain 0 grams of carbs and legit crunch and taste just like a chip… especially the jalapeño cheddar.

Since starting on my keto journey (over 5 years ago now!), I’ve tried LOTS and LOTS of pork rinds. I’m a total pork rind connoisseur and DING, DING, DING – these glorious 4505 bags are the winner! Unlike other pork rinds that have those really hard overcooked pieces which seem to fill the majority of the bag, these ones are fluffy, airy, and have just enough crunch. Bye potato chips 👋, I don’t need you in my life when I’ve got 4505 porkliciousness!” – Collin

4505 Pork Rinds at Costco

You can conveniently find these crunchy, satisfying snacks at Whole Foods, Costco, World Market, Safeway, Amazon, and other stores listed here!

And no, we’re not getting paid to post about 4505 snacks. We just love them and want to share them with you!

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Comments 13

  1. Tracey

    Hi! Interested in trying. Have you found who has best price? Store or amazon? Thanks

    • Amber (Hip2Keto Sidekick)

      Hi there! You can head to their website above, where you will be able to put in your zip code to find the store locations they are sold at!! Also, you can find different options and price points to compare through the Amazon link in the post! Hope that helps!

  2. Carrie

    Love love LOVE THESE!!! literally just discovered them a few days ago. The “4505 classic chili and salt” flavored chicharrones. I got them at my local Cosco (Livonia, MI,) and they are $6.79 for a 7oz bag. (As of 10.26.18) Delicious and hardly any nasty rock-hard ones.

  3. Lisa

    We’ve been eating these for about the past year…they’re kinda pricey, but oh so delicious! They don’t carry the smokehouse bbq flavor at Kroger. 🙁

    • Jennifer (Hip Sidekick)

      So glad to hear you think they are delicious, Lisa!

  4. Aaron

    These are not keto. They use coconut palm sugar

    • Cassandra (Hip Sidekick)

      Hi Aaron, good catch! The amount of sugar added to these is around 0 grams so they’re still a keto-friendly snack option.

      • Meaux

        Well it can’t be zero grams because we know they use it. They can still label it as zero because it’s less than one gram, but it doesn’t mean you shouldn’t count it.

        I prefer the jalapeño cheddar flavor, but the one time I had the chili salt, I could definitely taste the sugar. I recommend counting at least 1 gram of carbs per serving, if not more. Their label is very misleading, but not wrong according to US requirements.

        • Jennifer (Hip Sidekick)

          Thanks for the tip, Meaux!

        • Milotic

          Yeah pretty disappointing. I just noticed the same thing. How hard would it be to use a zero carb sugar?

  5. Stan Horstman

    Too Much Sugar: I can TOTALLY taste the sugar. It’s BS they put 0 grams on there. Up the serving size so that we get a real value. I’d hate to get knocked out of ketosis by somebody pulling a fast one.

    • April Hewlett

      I agree, you can taste the sugar

      • Geo

        The last ingredient is “organic sugar”

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