The ever-so-active Costco subreddit saw one of its most dynamic debates over Real Good Food’s Chicken Enchiladas. It started when one user posted a photo of the product and added the caption, “More like Realbad food. Not even worth it with the sale.”
Real Good Foods is a brand known for making frozen food products that are low in carbs and high in protein, especially compared to competitors that make similar products with more traditional ingredients. As they proudly declare on their website, all of their products are keto-friendly, a facet they believe makes them the better, healthier choice than other brands. One serving of the Grande Chicken Enchiladas, the subject of the Reddit post, contains 2 grams of net carbohydrates and 20 grams of protein, whereas a typical chicken enchilada contains 30 grams of total carbs and 14 grams of protein (via Nutritionix).