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LÄRABAR ÜBER Dark Chocolate Raspberry Gluten-Free Bar

It isn't often that I get really excited about a product that I try—but I am really excited about the LÄRABAR ÜBER Dark Chocolate Raspberry Gluten-Free Bar.

Lӓrabar Über Dark Chocolate Raspberry Gluten-Free BarWhen it comes to bars, most of them tend to be on the overwhelming side, and contain way too much of everything—too much sugar, chocolate or other flavors tend to overpower everything else. LÄRABAR's ÜBER Dark Chocolate Raspberry bar, however, was amazingly well-balanced, and had the perfect amount of everything. It had lots of almonds and cashews that were very fresh and bound together with a sweet, salty mixture of honey and raspberry flavors—then topped off with large chunks of unsweetened dark chocolate. The combination of flavors was just amazing.

I am also fussy about the texture of any bars I try. This "crunchy nut bar" had a perfect balance—the nuts were not too hard because they were fresh, it was crunchy but not too crunchy, and it was slightly chewy—but not too chewy because it didn't stick to my teeth or feel like it was loaded with too much sugar.

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LÄRABAR bars are also non-GMO and kosher, which is an added bonus. I would highly recommend this excellent gluten-free snack bar to anyone.

 

 

Review written by Scott Adams.

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