Kind

Peanut Butter Breakfast Bar

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I love Kind bars. This is even more true now after being diagnosed with Celiac Disease because they make snacking easier. They have a wide variety of choices that are nutritious and delicious. My favorite part is that you can take them with you anywhere and you don’t have to worry about them making a mess in your bag because they won’t crumble or melt!


My favorite addition to their collection has been their breakfast bars. I have tried all the flavors, and the peanut butter is by far my favorite. It Is the perfect combination of chewiness and crunch jam packed with peanut butter flavor.


Each package comes with 2 breakfast bars that are full of peanuts, 5 super grains, and creamy peanut butter. These are very filling, and I look forward to eating it every morning!


You can find Kind breakfast bars at Target, CVS, your local grocery store, or on Amazon.

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Peanut Butter Breakfast Bar

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quick nutrition facts

Serving Size

2 bars

Calories

230

Total Fat

11g

Sodium

140mg

Carbs

27g

Fiber

5g

Sugar

9g

Protein

5g

allergy info

Gluten Free, Kosher

warnings

Contains Peanuts. May contain Tree Nuts and Soy.

i'm Nicole

I started this blog after I was diagnosed with Celiac Disease. After struggling to adjust to a mandatory gluten free diet, I wanted to create a resource for others trying to learn their way around this gluten filled world.

ingredients

Oats, cane sugar, peanuts, canola oil, brown rice flour, oat flour, peanut butter (peanuts, sea salt), gum acacia, water, raisin paste, peanut oil, peanut flour, sea salt, millet, honey, buckwheat, amaranth, quinoa, Vitamin E (to maintain freshness).

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