The Chocolate Dip tastes almost exactly the same as the Chocolate Syrup - same nasty aftertaste. After having the Vanilla Dip which tastes great with fruit, I will never have the chocolate again! It's edible, but just get the Vanilla and mix it with a little cinnamon!
Extremely nice that it has no calories, no carbs--nothing, but it has a sweetness to it that I find unappetizing in an onion dip. I may give the bacon dip a try because no calories, no carbs is very appealing.
I use the marshmallow dip as a spread at least once a week, although some days it really adds little to the product upon which it's been spread. This spread makes fake shakes thick, creamy, frothy and very sweet. I rate it as a 3 or 4.
The bacon dip has a bit too strongly vinegar taste. It does better mixed in powdered egg or egg substitute than it does on a pancake-like item. To use up the jar, I've added it to some veggie with ground turkey dishes. When the jar is done, I'll go back to using WF Creamy Bacon dressing. I rate this a 1.5.
I purchased the chocolate and caramel dip for some low-carb pastries I make at home. The chocolate is just horrible. The aftertaste is bitter, like Splenda. The caramel tastes good, although it's mild, but the texture really throws me off. I was expecting something stickier like real caramel, but it's more like caramel-flavored pudding. It's jelly-like. Four stars for the flavor, but two stars for the texture. I'm really disappointed. I bought two jars of the caramel based on the reviews here and I don't know if I can stomach eating them.
The Chocolate dip gets an extra star because if you mix some other (He****y's) syrup in with it (which kind of completely defeats the purpose of buying lo-carb to begin with), its possible to omit a little of the horrid aftertaste the substitute sweetener gives it. But only if you eat it with something strong-flavored, such as peanut butter (I hear you all asking, why is she bothering with lo-carb anyway???)--on its own, its still just nasty.
Weird aftertaste and too runny consistency. Not at all good by itself but I found a recipe for low carb peanut butter fluff that uses this and it is very good, but by itself I cannot recommend this product
I really want to like Walden Farm products, and the chocolate version of this dip was said to be edible. To me, it was like a mouthful of chemicals. It ruined everything I put it on. I can stomach a lot of low carb products. Heck, I even like mashers. But I could _not_ tolerate this.