Friday, July 04, 2008



The lovely people at PROBAR contacted me awhile ago asking if I wanted to try out some of there new products. Never to turn down free food I said "YES!" Peter was pretty excited as well when the package came.

We received 5 bars. Not included in the picture is the Maple Pecan bar. We ate that one right away before I even thought of taking a picture. It turned out that the Maple Pecan was my favorite of the bunch. My least favorite, and I new it would be before even trying it, was the Kettle Corn. There is just something about the name Kettle Corn that turned me off. It just wasn't for me. For the other flavors they were all equally good. They were very filling and very high in fat. Even though they are meant to be a whole food meal replacement bar I'm thankful Peter was all too happy to split each one with me.

I would buy these if I came across them in the store. I'm sorta wishing I had a Cocoa Pistachio one right now.


LizNoVeggieGirl said...

Those bars are definitely hefty (I've read the label before), but sound good - the maple one is the tastiest-sounding to me!

Happy 4th of July! :0)

aTxVegn said...

I still haven't seen those bars in my stores yet. The cocoa one sounds like it would be my favorite.

JENNA said...

atx...i haven't seen them by me either and i look every time I go. I think, but am not sure, that you can buy them online at their site.

Erin said...

I think I'm getting some of these soon, looking forward to trying them. I'll definitely be splitting them at least in half though, probably for snacky time.

JENNA said...

I will be ordering some soon because of some out of state weddings that I'll be going to in Ohio and Mass. It will give me something to munch on while there.

lessdirtydirt said...

I'm so glad I saw this, I recently tried one and it changed my life. I never want to eat another clif bar or, a power bar again.
Pro bar for life man.
Plus I guess im sorta lucky because I live in Utah, and the guy who makes them lives in Park city, so I can find them at my local grocery stores.

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