BioNutritional Research Group Power Crunch Protein Energy Bar Chocolate Mint -- 12 Bars
Love all the Power Crunch Bars
For a low-sugar high protein bar, these are fantastic. Chocolate mint is probably my 3rd favorite flavor. French Vanilla and Peanut Butter Crunch are my favorite. I keep all the flavors on hand for variety and eat one a day for my mid-morning snack at work.
July 14, 2014
These are still in our fridge. Nobody in my family wants to eat them. The texture is a little like cardboard. I had gotten my hopes up after reading the reviews, but they are nowhere as good as the Girl Scout version. Not even close.
July 9, 2014
Like a cookie
I love all the powercrunch bars! I use them as a treat since they are like eating a cookie
June 2, 2014
My favorite is the chocolate mint. It's more like one of those layer cookies than it is a dense power bar. It's light in texture with just enough chocolate & mint so that it's not overpowering. The use of stevia cuts down on the sugars, but not so much as to leave a bitter after taste.
I agree with the other reviewer that mentioned that the chocolate covering has a low melting point, but that's probably because it's not mixed with paraffin, which is a GOOD thing. Did you ever wonder why the chocolate Easter bunnies didn't fall apart?
This is a good one to keep in the freezer. Healthier than Thin Mints. ;)
May 21, 2014
My husband and I have hectic jobs, and have a hard enough time squeezing lunch in, let-alone snacks. So, we are always worried about getting enough protein throughout the day. Every bar and health food seems to be so chock-full of soy protein (which is almost guaranteed to be GMO) that its a nightmare to find a quick, easy, protein-rich snack that we can toss in the gym back, purse, or backpack. This product line has no yucky ingredients, couldn't be more convenient, is WHEY-PROTEIN based and TASTES AMAZING! We always have at least 2 flavours, and 2-3 boxes on hand. The ONLY negative thing I can say about them is they have a very low melting point, which can be a pain in warmer seasons/climates.
April 11, 2014