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Gluten-Free Treat Ideas: Eat. Dream. Be. - Healthy Snack Bars [My Review]



It's that time of year where we're all contemplating the holiday treats and sweets we finished off recently and getting ourselves back on track. Well, if you are in need of a treat that will leave you guilt-free, than I have something for you.

It's called, "Eat. Dream. Be." and these bars are healthy, filling, and will likely satisfy that sweet treat you desire. These treats were created by two friends who met and wanted to collaborate further. And Eat. Dream. Be as you can see by their website is far more than just food related amazingness. They offer up music and podcasts too. 

The thing that's first great about the dream bar is that it's certified gluten-free and that's something I'm very strict about focusing on because of my intolerance to gluten. They have three different kinds - Banana Lavendar, Apple Chamomile and Tart Cherry Lemon Balm. They don't offer up a sharp sweet flavor and at this point in the year that's a good thing. I actually feel good about myself eating these. The tart cherry starts out with a mild lemon flavor than has a tangy cherry flavor in there too. The apple chamomile is also mildly sweet and has just a pleasant flavor of apple throughout. The banana one was something my brother enjoyed (I'm not too big of a fan of banana) and he actually really liked this as well. 

I think overall these are fantastic for an on-the-go snack to have while you are getting fit this year. I promise you will not feel guilty enjoying these treats. You'll actually feel pretty good about yourself. Especially if you slather on some almond butter - yum! 

So if your interest is peaked, then head on over to the Eat. Dream. Be site and purchase some! This will compliment your next road trip, next hike, and any future adventure you have planned this year.

Want 10% off a trial 3 pack? Click this page to purchase now.

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

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  1. I've been searching for some better healthier snack bars. I'll be checking these out online.

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