Chocolate Lovers (3x Combo)
• 20g of Protein per serving
• No Artificial Ingredients
• 1500mg of Omegas
• No added sugars
• 150 Calories
• 5g of Fiber
• No Sugar Added
• GMO Free
Organic cricket protein, Organic brown rice protein, Pea protein, Organic hemp protein, Natural flavors, Fructooligosaccharides, Coconut oil (contains milk derivative), Flaxseed, Organic stevia extract, Salt, Monk fruit extract, Xanthan gum.
Crik protein was developed to to be an easy to use protein right after your workout.
Simply add 1 scoop to 250ml of water and give it a shake to mix instantly.
Formulated by a team of degreed scientists with over 30 years of experience in the natural health food industry who have formulated thousands top-selling products for large national brands.
Taste tested and approved by you!
Crik's Chocolate Protein Shake looks, smells, and tastes as good or better than any other protein shake out on the market. We've done hundreds of taste tests with all types of people from national athletes, to weekend warriors, and seniors. It wasn't until there was a product actual customers were happy with, that we went into production.
I have tried dozens of protein powders over the years, as I'm sure most of the other customers have. I was intrigued by its very nature and it was on sale, so I bought some. I got the chocolate and the flavor is very good. It does have metallic notes, which surprised me since insects have different blood than mammals, but I guess blood is blood. Don't let that put you off. If you have tried any other protein powder, you know it can cause bowel distress, and you know how bad it can get. With Crik, there was absolutely no bowel distress whatsoever. NONE. I had ordered some Huel a month before getting Crik, and let me tell you, it got to the point that I could no longer function in public. I thought a body had to be dead to produce that kind of stench. Nothing like that happened with Crik. That being said, there is a whole section on this website about how easy, cheap, and sustainable farming crickets is. If that's the case, I'm curious as to why this stuff is so expensive. That statement is a bit rhetorical because I understand overhead and profit margin, but still. $60 for 20 servings feels steep, and like I mentioned up top, the only reason I bought some was because it was on sale. If not for that, I would give it five stars. Hopefully, wider sales will eventually bring the price down.
As a person who has been looking for a source of protein that doesn’t upset my stomach, this stuff works. I have a smoothie every morning before I start my day and keeps me full til super time.
I did not specifically enjoy the taste as guarenteed, but I was able to drink it. The taste was very metallic, which I assume was the cricket exoskeleton. A little odd with just water, but it wasn't so bad when mixed with milk or almond milk. Thanks for letting me try it out!
Very happy to have an option to get a more complete protein than pea based protein and be able to avoid dairy based proteins.