Lily's Milk Baking Chips By Stevia Sweetened
Gluten-Free & Non-Gmo), Low-Carb, Milk Chocolate Chips, 27 Oz, Pack Of 3... " ; " " " " " " " " " ", " Lilys Milk Baking Chips By Stevia Sweetened (No Added Sugar, Keto-Friendly 32% Cocoa
Reason to Buy
- Formulated with stevia extract that provides natural richness and less sugar
- Enriched with cocoa extract that gives a creamy and smooth milk chocolate taste
- Made of gluten-free and non-GMO ingredients that makes it safe for consumption
- The chocolate chips may get stuck together
Analysis of 600+ reviews for Lily's Milk Baking Chips By Stevia Sweetened
BestViewsReviews analyzed 28,542 reviews for 116 products in the Baking Chocolates category.
We analyzed a total of 644 reviews for this product out of which, 431 reviews were received in the last 6 months.
The analysis indicates that around 69% reviews were positive while around 27% of reviews had negative sentiment.
BestViewsReviews Ranking and Score for Lily's Milk Baking Chips By Stevia Sweetened
This product received a total score of 9.33 out of 10, based on review sentiments and user opinions related to 5 features:
What users have to say about Lily's Milk Baking Chips By Stevia Sweetened
It's all the pleasure of good dark chocolate with no sugar, I mix 2 pkgs of Lileys chocolate chips with 8ozs of cream cheese, and chop up some walnuts, and put it in sheet pan candy molds.
If you want to make sauces or chocolates that are good, but if you want to make cookies with low sugar or sugar-free chips, I wouldn't spend the money, just buy the less expensive brands.
I use them only occasionally, because they are expensive, but I love them when I need to have some chocolate, since I limit my sugar intake.
I bought some of the best chips and chocolate bars on the internet.
I add chocolate baking chips to my snack mix, and I like to mix them with almonds, walnuts, and pecans.
What are the ingredients that are used?
They must have changed the recipe because it's now made with unsweetened chocolate, Erythritol, inulin, stevia extract, organic soy lecithin, and vanilla.
I can't tell the difference between the number of calories per serving and the number of ounces per serving.
60 chips per serving equates to 8g of carbs.
I just received some chocolate and it was melted in the ship. How do you know when it arrives?
I received a bag of expensive chocolate oozing from an uninsulated box, and it was just a bag of expensive chocolate.
Does anyone know when the ingredients pictured changed?
The ingredients on the back of the chocolate chips on Amazon are the same as the ones listed on the official site, so I'm happy that the price has gone down.
How do they not melt during shipping?
The chocolate is being shipped with a cold pack that protects it during the shipping.