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Would you eat low-carb, gluten-free, zero sugar Chinese New Year goodies?

Singapore’s first wholly ketogenic bakery has a selection of healthy baked goods and desserts this Chinese New Year that includes cashew cookies and kueh buloh.

Would you eat low-carb, gluten-free, zero sugar Chinese New Year goodies?

Seriously Keto's pecan coconut tart. (Photo: Seriously Keto)

If you’re watching your weight and health this festive season but still looking to enjoy your favourite Chinese New Years goodies guilt free, Seriously Keto is offering a selection of baked goods and desserts which are billed to be low in carbs, gluten-free, complete with no added sugars.

Seriously Keto's Chinese New Year goodies. (Photo: Seriously Keto)

Singapore’s first wholly ketogenic bakery's Chinese New Year collection features classics such as cashew cookies (S$19.80) and kueh buloh ($16.80). There is also a familiar dessert with a keto twist – the pecan coconut tart (S$88.80) which contains no added sugars from crust to crown.

Seriously Keto's Kueh Buloh (Photo: Seriously Keto)

A Lunar New Year staple, the cashew cookies boasts 20 pieces per jar and is gluten-free. The mini sponge cake that is kueh buloh (or kueh bahulu as it is commonly known) comes as 12 pieces in a jar and is keto-friendly with no added sugars.

These Chinese New Year products will be available to purchase from Jan 11 till Feb 9 in-store and via the website

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