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Gluten Free Bar Review [A Tasty Treat to Take With You!]

 I had the chance to try out some really tasty treats by a company called Gluten Free Bar. What I love about this company and the products they make is that they are certified gluten-free, certified vegan, certified Non-GMO (VERY important to me) as well as certified kosher and soy-free. They really care about what goes into their products and you will love their products even more when you find out the company was started by two close brothers who just did not like gluten. They started out in 2010 and are carried in over 5,000 locations across the United States and Canada. Make sure you read more about them here.

I had the chance to try a variety of items. I had the chance to try Gluten- Free Bites in peanut butter and jelly bites, dark chocolate hazelnut bites, and coconut cashew crunch bites.

I also had the chance to try out a variety of their bars such as dark chocolate coconut, oatmeal raisin, peanut butter, chocolate peanut butter and other flavors.

I really enjoyed the gluten free bites a lot, although I preferred the dark chocolate hazelnut bites! Although I am an enormous fan of peanut butter, I didn't enjoy it as much as I thought I would. The coconut cashew bites tasted good but didn't carry as much of a punch flavor wise as the dark chocolate hazelnut bites did.



Of the bars, I enjoyed the peanut butter, chocolate peanut butter, and dark chocolate coconut a LOT. These tasted good and they were FANTASTIC with morning coffee. See? Check it out!



So good! I highly recommend buying these. I can imagine taking these along for a road trip for the holidays, they would make great snacks. Also these are such a great way to start the day because they aren't too many calories I didn't think and they had a lot of protein.

And I love when the ingredients list isn't scary. I really like sharing this with you! Check out the ingredients of the dark chocolate coconut - ALSO VERY GOOD -

organic dates, organic brown rice syrup, complete protein blend (brown rice protein, pea protein), toasted coconut, organic agave nectar, organic dark chocolate (organic chocolate liquor, organic cane sugar, organic cocoa butter, organic cocoa powder), organic crisped brown rice, cocoa powder, vanilla, organic sunflower seeds, natural coconut flavor, golden flaxseed, sea salt.

Isn't this amazing? Find out more about the ingredients in these bars and how you can purchase them online by visiting this link.  Also check out this link to find out where you can buy these in a store near you. You can definitely shop online and actually I highly recommend you do so because they have great prices, plus free shipping and handling if your purchase is over $50. 

Also make sure you follow them on Twitter, Facebook, GooglePlus, and Pinterest.

I received the above items in exchange for my honest review.

Comments

  1. The PB&J bites sounds interesting and tasty! I love that not only are these gluten free but they are non GMO! I'll have to check them out.

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  2. These look very tasty to try. I like to have a bar with me at work for when I am hungry in the afternoon. My sister would enjoy these gluten free bars also.
    twinkle at optonline dot net

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