Ultimately, the best granola bar is always going to be the variety you make yourself. Store-bought granola bars are built to stay tender and fresh for extended periods of time and that means they are loaded with sugars and preservatives. When you make bars yourself, you can see exactly what is going into them and ensure that you feel good about your snacking options. Plus, with homemade granola bars you can pick exactly what fruits, grains, nuts and seeds you want to include, so you can customize them perfectly to the desires of you and your family.
When you're really hungry, one granola bar just won't do. That's when you can rely on Nature Valley's Oats 'n' Honey. There are two bars in a pack so you can eat one and save the other for when you get hungry again, or down them both to satisfy your belly right away. Sugar is the second ingredient, so these guys shouldn't be consumed all the time, but when you need a quick work-time treat or an easy snack during a long hike, you'll be happy you have this granola bar with you.
If you have a child with a peanut allergy or just want to make sure any allergic kids at school are safe, try Nonuttin's Apple Cinnamon Granola Bars. They're made with all-natural ingredients and are completely nut free, so you can feel safe bringing them to work or serving them to your child's friends when they're over for a play date.
If you want something truly great for your body, Kashi Snack Bars are absolutely the treats for you. They use natural sugar sources, such as evaporated cane juice and dates, to gently sweeten their bars; they also load them up with whole grains like oats, rye and barley. Plus, they come in flavors you've never even considered, such as Dark Chocolate Coconut, Pumpkin Spice Flax and Cherry Vanilla. They offer nutty, protein-filled bars for midday hunger pains and soft, fruity ones when you just need a light fix. With so many options to choose from, Kashi is sure to have a granola bar that is just what you're looking for.
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