Bobo’s Oat Bars

Bobo's Oat BarIn the constant search for healthy snacks, I got a chance to try out Bobo’s Oat Bars.

The one I tried is gluten-free, vegan and made with organic ingredients. Don’t let all that frighten you off. It was delicious! I’m not vegan or gluten-unfriendly, but I do like healthier snacks when I can find them. It makes me feel good about what I’m eating.

Mine was Maple Pecan flavored and tasted like a soft stack of pecan pancakes with maple syrup all over them. YUM! They have fourteen different flavors, four of them being gluten-free.

It also came with some pretty happy stats:

Calories 190, Fat 7g, Cholesterol 0g, Sodium 20mg, Carbs 27g, Fiber 3g, Protein 3g

The serving size is 1/2 the bar and I ate the whole thing, so keep that in mind when you look at the label. To be honest, I don’t mind almost 400 calories for breakfast though (that’s when I ate mine) and to double everything else seems fine to me, too. The only thing that would make you jump a little if you watch that sort of thing is the number of carbs when you double it. But again, I’m not worried about it as long as I eat it early in the day and those carbs get used. I could also say that 6g of protein isn’t quite enough for a meal… but this thing would be extra superb if you had a glass of milk or warmed some vanilla soy milk to go with it.

You can buy them online by the case. They average $2.50 – $3 per bar depending on which ones you select. Considering I felt satisfied after one, I would say that’s worth the price, especially with the health benefits of oats, nuts and healthy oils.

Bottom Line: I would absolutely buy them again. I would eat them for breakfast or a morning snack, happily.

If you’re interested in trying them out, click here to see their flavors.


*Don’t Eat Dirt is not affiliated with or sponsored by Bobo’s Oat Bars

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