The bars are described as the following:
"Soft baked, Made with almond flour, Naturally sweetened with fruits, and they provide you with a soft taste of heaven with each bite." Currently they come in three flavors, Apply Cranberry, Banana Chocolate, and Tropical Blueberry. The bars and are meant to be stored In your refrigerator as they are using only freshest ingredients and fruit.
So what were my thoughts on these new bars?
First off, the size is a bit small. It's about half the size of a traditional bar I would normally have in the morning. So one of these probably isn't going to fill you up. The other problem comes from t being a bit more carbs then other low carb bars on the market. Now, they don’t call themselves Low Carbz, do they. So I am guessing it's not as big of a priority, but for someone counting carbs, or on induction, one bar is half my days count. They do have a great texture though. Close to that of a muffin or a soft baked bread almost. Moist and fresh too. How about the flavors?
Apple Cranberry - I wasn't crazy about this one. The apple taste was a little underwhelming. The cranberries were nice and big, and were closer to raisins, but still brought flavor but again, they probably overwhelmed it since the apple taste was so mild. 7G Carbs
Banana Chocolate - This one was decent. Tasted like a piece of banana bread with little pieces of chocolate. The banana flavor was there and the chocolate worked well with it. Closer to a muffin but with a bit more protein after taste. 11G Carbs
Tropical Blueberry - This was my favorite bar. It had a nice citrus taste and reminded me of the freshness of a morning smoothie. I didn’t get much after taste on this one which was nice. The fruit all worked well. I could easily eat more of these. My 3 year old wanted to eat the whole thing. Only complaint on this one was that it was a bit more crumbly than the other bars. That could have been due to shipping. 7G Carb.
If you want protein bars that focus on fresh, this may be for you. But you may not want all the carbs.
If you try them out, let us know in the comments.