PROTEIN OAT BAR
I find it hard to get my daily protein intake but it’s always nice trying to find ways to help me get closer to my daily allowance. I do snack a lot and most of the snacks I eat doesn’t really have nutritional value to help me with my eating habits. These protein flapjacks seems like the ideal healthier alternative.
Trek protein flapjacks has 6 flavours: original oat, oat raisin, morning berry, cocoa coconut, banana break and cocoa oat. Each flavour has 9 or 10g of protein. These are delicious but there is one I’m not too very fond of. They’re not dry or oily as compared to many flapjacks out there and cure my sugar craving whilst filling me up. They go down like a treat! My favourite flavour out of the six would be the original oat. My least favourite is the cocoa coconut as I’m not a coconut fan myself.
Each bar has 9g or 10g of protein as well as 12g – 14g of sugar each which I think is not bad considering other protein bars I’ve read in store has higher. If you are watching your sugar intake, these wouldn’t really be ideal unless you exercise it off. They are gluten and wheat free with no artificial nasties. They’re great before or after a workout. The calories of each bar is between 208 and 234 which some may find a tad high but when you know your daily intake, you’ll be able to easily add this in as a nice treat without having the cheat feeling.
I tend to have these when I’m constantly on the go with no break or for breakfast if I don’t have time. I don’t eat these everyday as it can workout to be on the expensive side. A box a month or a month and a half sounds ideal for me. You are able to buy each flavour individually or if you prefer to mix it up, this mixed case would be you best choice. In each box, you get 16 bars and they would be great in your cupboard.
Do you like flapjacks?
哈喽！Nicol is a China based British blogger with a goal to visit all provinces in China, using this blog to document the good, the bad and the ugly of anything and everything. Currently visited 32/34.