thinkThin asked if I would like to share my thoughts about their new Lean Protein and Fiber bars. That’s the perk of writing about food, companies asking if they can send me product to try. Why not?!
Being a self-proclaimed particular snack eater, I wanted to know what it was about these thinkThin bars that would interest me and they said they’re 150 calories, 10g of protein and 5g of fiber. Tell me more. thinkThin bars are low in sugar and gluten-free and available in the following flavors: Chocolate Almond Brownie, Chunky Chocolate Peanut Butter, Salted Caramel, Honey Drizzle Peanut, and Cinnamon Bun White Chocolate.
As for the texture and flavor of the Lean Protein and Fiber bars? The texture is similar to what you’ve experienced with other protein bars and these flavors are delicious! Nothing I didn’t experience anything fake tasting or making me wish I had a gallon of water while I had these bars.
thinkThin also sent a few of their High Protein and Crunch Mixed Nuts bars (right side in the photo). The High Protein bars are like the name, high protein with like 20grams of protein which is more than I need from a bar even on workout days, but it might be ideal for someone else. The Crunch Mixed Nuts bars based on the packaging, were my favorites. I really have this need to see what I’m going to buy and eat. I really enjoyed all three flavors and would recommend these to those people who want a snack for their purse while they run errands or to keep in your desk drawer. Some have chocolate so don’t keep them in your car on a warm day 🙂
Now, if you want to know for yourself, enter this giveaway for a chance to win:
5 Lean Protein & Fiber bars
3 High Protein bars
3 Crunch Mixed nuts bars
$25 Visa gift card
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thinkThin makes high protein bars that certified gluten-free, made from non-GMO ingredients, using high-quality ingredients that provide a good source of protein. thinkThin embraces Weight Wellness(r), the balance of physical and emotional well-being, and has been recognized by Fitness Magazine with a “Healthy Food Award.” For more information, visit:
Disclosure: thinkThin provided product and compensation for my post, but the thoughts and opinions in this post are my mine.