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Pulsin' Protein Snack - Vanilla Choc Chip 18 x 50g bars | Gluten Free | Vegan | Dairy Free
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- Delicious protein rich snack bar
- Perfect pre and post exercise
- Dairy free
- Gluten Free
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Looking for a scrumptious protein bar? Then look no further than this natural and indulgent Vanilla Choc Chip Protein Snack. Containing 12g of raw rice protein, this snack is designed to give you sustained energy release without the crash and is the perfect on-the-go snack pre and post workout or to simply boost your protein levels during the day.
Containing a generous smattering of chocolate chips as well as a healthy handful of almonds, this protein bar is free from nasties and contains no added sugars.
Protein is needed to build muscle, stay healthy, repair cells and fight off infection, making these bars ideal for those recovering from illness, athletes in training, those looking to lose weight, or anyone who needs an energy lift during the day.
About Pulsin': Since launching Pulsin' in 2007, the three founders Simon, Nick and Ben have developed award-winning nutrition products including protein snack bars, brownies, protein powders, organic fruit bars and oat bars for children.
Pulsin’ has won multiple awards for its products, most recently the 2015 Best New Food Product at the Natural and Organic Awards as well as several other Great Taste Awards. All products are produced on site in Gloucester.
Almonds, Rice Protein, Agave Nectar, Chocolate Chips (Cocoa Mass, Xylitol, Cocoa Butter, Sunflower Lecithin) (9%), Chicory Fibre, Pea Protein Isolate, Concentrated Fruit Juice, Rice Starch, Xylitol, Cacao Butter, Vanilla Extract (2%), Green Tea Extract.See all Product Description
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However, I had bought a box of 18 amd therefore decided to give it ankther try and on my third bar I actually liked them a lot. i now look forward to my post-workout protein bar. The chocolate chips are the highlight hah.
All in all, I recommend buying these!! I tried maple and peanut too but this is the best vegan protein bar I've tried. I also really like and recommend Trek Cocoa Coconut protein flapjacks but they are very high in sugar wheras the pulsin bar is not. It also has less protein than the pulsin bar.
These bars are more than an occasional convenience, they are also a delicious treat which I don't think I could ever become sick of, which is something I couldn't say for most other protein or snack bars I've tried.
Key nutritional features that I want and which I find present are -
~ Compared to almost all snack-bar and many protein bar alternatives these are *relatively* low on added sugars. I say *low* rather than *no added sugar* like the packaging claims because agave nectar & concentrated fruit juice are absolutely sugars and should be called such
~ The glycaemic index of the product, quoted as 33, is pleasingly low, important for anyone wishing or needing to manage their blood-sugar
~ Combination of protein and welcome sources of fats (almonds, chocolate) provides a nice feeling of satiation
~ Use of the tooth-friendly, negligible calorie xylitol as a sweetener (but I do wish they'd use a bit more of this and a lot less of the agave nectar and fruit juice)
By very very happy accident I ate one of these bars soon after it had been partially melted by hot sunlight. The resulting discovery is that these bars are best eaten warm! The choc-chips melt and the whole bar becomes a goey, nutty, chocolatey wonder, not so much that you can't handle them easily but enough that the flavor is really transformed.
So nice, I have to keep myself honest and challenge myself on why am I really eating them when I do - for occasional convenience or indulgent pleasure?
When I was first researching protein bars last year, I was shocked when I realised that most contain artificial sweeteners and often flavours too. This is cleverly disguised on the label, so you wouldn't necessarily realise unless you looked up the the specific name on the ingredients list. These Pulsin bars may not taste the best, but they are completely natural, with no nasties. As I am not keen on the Vanilla and Chocolate Chip ones, I tend to take a couple of bites as a snack when needed, and put the rest back in a tuppaware container for another day. I have just about run out of these ones, but will definitely order another box of either the Maple and Whey or the Maple and Peanut bars.
Although they are significantly higher in sugar, higher in saturated fats, lower in fibre and a little bit lower in protein, I would also recommend Trek Bars, especially the Cocoa Coconut, Original Oat and Cocoa Oat. They weigh the same as a Pulsin bar, at 50g. This Pulsin bar contains 230kcal, 14.2g fat of which saturates are 3.4g, 4.8g sugar, 5g fibre and 12.8g protein. A Trek Cocoa Coconut bar contains 234cals, 12.6g fat of which saturates are 6.6g, 13.5g sugar, 2.3g fibre and 9g protein. The differences in values, especially sugar are reflected in the taste. The Trek bar taste a lot yummier!!
Texture wise they are very dense, not like anything else I've tried. It's hard trying to think what the main ingredient/composition is, it's not like a brownie or fruity. The texture is close to fudge I suppose. Then inside there are chocolate chips too. I'm not sure why someone has rated them as 1 star, I could easily eat just these all day! Perhaps you either love them or you don't.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Delicious, give me energy and they fill me up through the day.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Nice, chunky chocolate chips!
The bars are easy to eat, especially if you need to get some calories and protein quickly before a game.
Not too sweet like some protein bars but very tasty and a nice consistency. It's my son's favourite snack.Published 14 months ago by TopMasseur
Taste amazing and brilliant for a healthier snack with a decent amount of protein in, if was a bigger bar for the same price would be 5 stars.Published 17 months ago by will