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RXBAR Kids Protein Bars Review #Spon #Crowdtap #freesample

*I received complimentary RXBAR products to facilitate my review as part of an incentivized sampling for Crowdtap.*

*All opinions are 100% my own.*

I recently received an opportunity for my kids to try RXBAR Kids through Crowdtap. Crowdtap is free to sign up and when you do, you can do all sorts of simple activities for all kinds of brands and even earn Amazon gift cards after getting so many points. You also have the opportunity to earn or win other kids of gift cards as well. Sometimes there are sampling opportunities and if you are selected for them after applying, you will receive a sample kit. After receiving one you must complete all the tasks required though or you won’t stay eligible to continue have opportunities for sampling missions. I received a free kit that included 3 bars and 2 free product coupons. You can check out my previous Crowdtap posts HERE.

I was really excited to try these out – or rather my kids try them out. My youngest was the only one that tried them though because they do contain tree nuts and our middle son has a tree nut allergy. Especially when it comes to almonds and these contain almonds and other tree nuts. I was excited about these because they contain very little ingredients. I know every single ingredient in these bars. 

For example, the Chocolate Chip bars contain dates, egg whites, cashews, almonds, cacao, cocoa, natural chocolate flavor, and natural vanilla flavor. That’s it. There are no fillers, no ingredients you can’t even pronounce. No added sugar, no dairy, no soy, no gluten, no artificial colors, flavors or preservatives. Sound good to you? Sounds good to me! You can read more about the ingredients and what is in the bars HERE.

The bars aren’t really big but they are kind of filling. I think they make for a great healthy snack that gives our kids a good amount of protein for more energy. They are soft and chewy. And when I say chewy, they are really chewy. I took a bite of the Berry Blast one so that I had an idea myself what they tasted like. They were easy to bite into but a bit too chewy for my personal preference. But they are for kids and my kids says he likes the texture so it’s all good. That’s all that really matters!

I thought the nutty pieces were kind of small. Which turns out to be a good thing because although my son likes to eat things with nuts, he doesn’t like really big pieces of them. I personally loved the Berry Blast. Even though it had a nutty taste to it, it had a very berry flavor. I really liked it. Actually I didn’t like it. I lied. I loved it. I told my son I was going to buy some for myself.

He says his favorite is the Chocolate Chip. He likes the Berry Blast a lot too. He wasn’t too fond of the Apple Cinnamon Raisin though. Not because of the flavor, but because he doesn’t like raisins that much. He loves raisins if they are covered with yogurt but that’s really the only time he eats raisins. I however thought it was pretty good too. I happen to like raisins though. But he definitely LOVES the other two!

These will definitely be a big hit for lunches when school starts again!

Buy It: You can purchase these bars at stores like Target, Kroger, Meijer, and Giant Eagle. You can use the store locator on their site to see where they are sold near you. Or you can purchase them online at RXBAR website.

Disclaimer: I received complimentary RXBAR products to facilitate my review as part of an incentivized sampling for Crowdtap. All opinions are my own.

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About Nicole Anderson

My name is Nicole and I write DustinNikki Mommy of Three. I enjoy writing product reviews and hosting giveaways. I have been married to my high school sweetheart for 20 years and we have three kids. When I am not terribly busy running someone to band or soccer practices, I find some time to write. I also like to write about my kids, family and life. My family enjoys the outdoors - hiking, canoeing, and exploring things we haven't seen or been before. Thanks for stopping by and checking out my blog!
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