I concur with the Think Thin bars--several flavors, all low in sugar, high in protein and not too scary on the calorie front. I also like Kind bars--I keep them handy for those days that I have dance lessons--I eat one on the way to the studio so I'm not faint with hunger afterward. Only thing is--they have nuts, so if you're allergic, steer clear, obviously.
I like Lara bars too-especially the peanut butter "cookie" one. Is that the one? I think so. Anyway-they are basically nuts and dates--nothing on the ingredient list that is unpronounceable--I love that.
Edited by: BEESUTH at: 10/31/2010 (01:02)
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