New Keebler Granola Fudge Bars: America’s Best Tea-Time Treat!

If you love granola bars and the sweet taste of fudge then get prepared for a taste sensation! Keebler have launched their new Fudge Granola Bars in two new flavors – Chocolate Chip and Peanut Butter, which are my favorite flavors of all time! Keebler are renowned for making wholesome snacks which kids love but these are really too good for kids alone. You may have to hide them from your children as a box of 6 will not last that long.

The healthy ingredients include 10 grams of whole grains per serving, wholegrain rolled oats, crisp rice and coconut, no high fructose corn syrup and they are a good source of fiber. The Chocolate Chip bars have 5 grams of fat per serving (one bar) and the Peanut Butter has 6 grams. So what do they taste like? Well, each bar contain a gorgeous rich layer of Keebler fudge on the bottom and have chocolate chips or peanut butter chips sprinkled on the top. Sandwiched in-between is a chewy granola mix. The bars themselves have a chewy yet crunchy bite to them and if they get a little soft in hot weather I would recommend you store them in the fridge.

The bars are ideal for a lunch-box treat for your children to take to school, a quick snack when they come home from soccer practise or for adults to eat on the move, whilst waiting in traffic or to eat at the desk. They are handy just to pop in your handbags for an emergency snack and are satisfying enough to fulfil any sweet cravings. The whole grains and fiber will keep you going until your next meal and they will not spoil your appetite for your proper dinner. They are also a better and more healthy option than choosing a chocolate bar or bag of chips. Keep a box handy at home or in the office and you will never be at a loss for a quick snack on the go!

 The Keebler Granola Fudge Bars are available to buy from http://www.walmart.com amongst other stores.

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