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What's Inside of Hero Cheddar Biscuits?

1g Net Carbs

1g Net Carbs

9g Protein

9g Protein

0g Sugar

0g Sugar

18g Fiber

18g Fiber

160 calories

160 calories

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Customer Reviews

FAQs

  • Eat upon receiving or freeze for up to four months. Allow to reach room temperature before eating for the fresh, fluffy taste you expect from Hero Bread.

  • Hero Cheddar Biscuits are only available for purchase on the Hero.co website.

  • Each box of Hero Cheddar Biscuits contains 12 individual biscuits.

    Biscuits are 2-2.5 inches wide and 1-1.25 inches tall and weight between 60-62 grams. Our artisan biscuits are handmade; individual biscuits will vary in shape and color.

  • We’re cooking up some truly unbelievable products. Just imagine all of the things you can make with flour! Sign up for our mailing list so you’ll be the first to know when something new is in the oven.

  • Sliced White Bread from Hero Bread™ is a delicious bread with 0g net carbs* and 0g sugar per serving that tastes like regular bread. It’s a great selection for any bread lover.

    *Net Carbs = Total Carbs - Dietary Fiber

    In addition to 0g net carb, our Hero Bread™ also contains the following per slice:

    5g protein

    11g fiber

    0g sugar

    45 calories

  • Hero Bread™ is available for purchase on our website, and we just started appearing in grocery stores nationwide. Other Hero Bread™ products can be found in select Just Salad and Freebirds World Burrito locations as well.

  • “Net carbohydrates” are the carbs in food that are fully digestible and absorbed by the body. This is different from “total carbohydrates” as that includes all the different types of carbohydrates found in a food such as dietary fiber, which passes through the digestive system without being completely broken down and absorbed by the body. Net carbs can be calculated by subtracting Dietary Fiber from Total Carbohydrates listed on a product’s nutritional facts panel.