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Nature's Bakery - A Healthy Treat You Won't Feel Guilty About! [Review + Giveaway]





I'm a sucker for a grab and go treat. Something about the treat in it's quaint wrapper that I can just toss into a lunch bag that is vastly appealing to me. Being that I'm gluten-free, I'm always really cautious of my treat choices too! So, I can't wait to share this amazing treat that Nature's Bakery has to offer.

I had the chance to try out a couple of different treats by them. First, their gluten-free fig bars (and then my brother had the luck to try their brownies (which are NOT gluten-free)). Nature's Bakery started in 2010 by father and son team Dave and Richard Marson. I love their philosophy by the way, "Keep it simple, have fun, and achieve balance in life through nature, activity, nutrition, and community." Read more about how their company started here.



They offer a variety of gluten-free fig bars - fig, raspberry, pomegranate, and blueberry. I personally loved the blueberry, it was a tasty experience and in general, I love the blueberry taste anyways. I think one thing I was so happy to see is that this was made with Smart Flour! (I have reviewed smart flour before and love their product!). PLUS this fig bar is non-gmo - something VERY important to me.

I think these fig bars are an excellent afternoon treat. The afternoon is when I get the munchies and more likely when I'd cheat and have something not that good for me. But these are one of those treats that really are a healthier alternative!



My brother tried the chocolate brownie treats. This was a good on the go snack! One of those, quick I need something to eat, grab this kind of snacks. That's an awesome thing to have around the house, I think. One thing he liked about it was that it wasn't overly sweet.

Overall, if you happen to come across Nature's Sweet treats in the store, I think you should buy a box and try them for yourself. These are a great treat to have that you won't feel guilty over! You will definitely find these in a store near you (I hope!).

Be sure to also follow them on Facebook, Twitter  and Pinterest.

I am also happy to announce one lucky reader will win five boxes of Nature's Bakery products of their choice. Ends 3/29. Enter via Rafflecopter below.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

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

Comments

  1. Uh, duh, Double Chocolate Brownies.

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  2. I would like to try the DOUBLE CHOCOLATE BROWNIES MINT flavor.

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  3. The blueberry fig bar looks good to me.

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  4. Their Double Chocolate Brownies look good to me!

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  5. I like the Double Chocolate Brownies.

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  6. The lemon flavor sounds good to me!

    skkorman AT bellsouth DOT net

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  7. The plain or raspberry flavors look best to be. I love fig bars!

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  8. All the flavors look good but I'd want to try the blueberry bars first!

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  9. The peach apricot fig bars look the best.

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  10. honey and oat looks good to me thanks

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  11. Blueberry looks the best one to try first.

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  12. The Organic Raspberry Honey & Oat Bars looks good!

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  13. I'd like their double chocolate brownies!

    mia2009(at)comcast(dot)net

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  14. The Blueberry Fig Bars are my first pick!

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  15. I would like to try Nature's Bakery Raspberry fig bar.

    abfantom at yahoo dot com

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  16. I would love to try the ORGANIC DOUBLE CHOCOLATE BROWNIE BARS

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  17. The original fig bars look really good!

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  18. The Double Chocolate Brownie grabbed my interest!

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  19. The honey and oat apple looks good to me!

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  20. The double chocolate brownies looks good to me, would love to try them.

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  21. The Double Chocolate Brownies look excellent to me!

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  22. Well, they ALL look good, but I think the Double Chocolate Brownies would be my favorite! Thanks.

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  23. The STONE GROUND WHOLE WHEAT
    STRAWBERRY fig bar sounds good to me

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  24. I love raspberry so much, thank you so much for the offer!

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  25. The Salted Caramel Organic Brownies sound delicious - actually, everything sounds so yummy!

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  26. The Honey and Oat fit bars need to go into my carry on pronto.

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  27. The double chocolate brownies look yummy!

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  28. I would really like to try the DOUBLE CHOCOLATE BROWNIES
    MINT.
    twinkle at optonline dot net

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  29. Would love to try the organic brownie!

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  30. The organic brownie flavor looks really good!

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  31. The Organic Raspberry Honey & Oat Bars look delicious.

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  32. I love the sound of lemon!!! Mmmmm

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  33. Salted Brownie Caramel sounds good

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  34. Double Chocolate sounds good to me.

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  35. I would like the Double Chocolate.

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  36. I would love to try the honey and oats

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  37. I think the gluten free fig bars look awesome. Thanks for the great review & giveaway!

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  38. A flavor that looks good to me is the double chocolate brownies

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  39. The Peach Apricot fig bars sound delicious!

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  40. The Double Chocolate Brownies look yummy!!

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  41. The honey and oat look good, I think I would love those.

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  42. I need to try the Double Chocolate Brownies!

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  43. I think the organic honey and oat looks good!

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  44. double chocolate brownies

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  45. The Double Chocolate Brownies look amazing...

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  46. I love the double chocolate brownies best.

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