Thursday, March 17, 2016

PowerBar Protein Plus Bar (Review)

See Also: Cliff Builder's Bars (review)

A few days back I reviewed Cliff Builder's Bars. Today I'm checking out PowerBar Protein Plus Bars. These 210 calorie bars contain 20 grams of protein from the company's "TriSource™ blend of whey, soy and casein proteins."

As I write I'm munching on the peanut butter cookie flavored version. What stands out most with this particular bar, as compared to Cliff Builder's Barsand other bars I've tasted is the "chew-ability." Most high-protein bars seem to be very dense, and even hard. PowerBar Protein Plus Bars are still pretty dense, but also relatively soft, chewy, and easy to swallow.

I've gone through two or three boxes (6 each) in the last few months. I typically use them post-workout or at night to fight off hunger before bed, with no apparent stomach issues resulting.

Usually priced between $6.50 and $8 per box of 6



Ingredients
TriSource protein blend (soy protein isolate, calcium caseinate, whey protein isolate), maltitol syrup, chocolate flavored coating (sugar, fractionated palm kernel oil, cocoa, whey, nonfat milk, soy lecithin, natural flavor), oligofructose (from chicory root), fructose, cane invert syrup, cookie bits (rice flour, sugar, canola oil, cocoa, rice starch, baking soda, salt), water, high oleic canola oil, and less than 2% of: soy lecithin, ground almonds, partially defatted peanut flour, natural cream flavor with other natural flavor.

MADE ON EQUIPMENT THAT ALSO PROCESSES WHEAT.
- See more at: https://www.powerbar.com/content/powerbar%C2%AE-proteinplus%E2%84%A2-20g-cookies-n-cream#sthash.cxf4VtdD.dpuf


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