BOBOS OAT BARS: CHEWY, GOOEY, SALE OATMEAL, ALL WRAPPED UP IN A BAR
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BOBOS OAT BARS: CHEWY, GOOEY, SALE OATMEAL, ALL WRAPPED UP IN A BAR

BOBOS OAT BARS: CHEWY, GOOEY, SALE OATMEAL, ALL WRAPPED UP IN A BAR

or MOMS & MOMS-TO-BE and TODDLERS 1 YEAR+ Breakfast was, as I recall it, always the first meal of the day. I would eat breakfast food for my breakfast, lunch, and/or dinner–be it a cold cereal, healthy smoothie, or a hot bowl of oatmeal–and have it literally on several occasions.

Nonetheless, my theory of “Cereal in a Restaurant” was never really taken up and I really chose to sit down and eat my breakfast when I wanted to go outside. To me, it’s the most fun part to sit down and enjoy the whole’ phase’ of breakfast–although, obviously, I do love food! (Much of that has to do probably with my early risers, but it’s beside it)

And, of course, when I first tried Bobo’s Oat Bars, I was quite sceptical. I thought it was like all the other granola-like bars: clean, crunchy, completely flavorless. There was something like that. But I was shockingly right and I’m so pleased I killed them!

THE PRODUCT: bobo’s oat bars  are basically like a gooey oatmeal cup, all bundled in a cozy package. Based on the simple tradition of baking the mother-daughter, Bobo quickly became a popular snack bar, which is used everywhere by families, athletes and healthy people.

You will not find in this bars any additives or artificial sweeteners, baked from scratch with the finest organic ingredients, only pure delights. This is the perfect choice for children and adults of all ages to use wheat and milk-free.

Bobo’s Oat Bars can also be sold in four Gluten Free varieties for those who need to completely prevent gluten products, including Maple Pecan, Apple Pie, Peanut Butter & Jelly.

Bobo’s Oat Bars are made with the finest natural ingredients and completely free from artificial additives and sweetening agents.

NUTRITION WISE: We are approved without GMOs, kosher, soy and wheat-free, as well. Because oats may be’ contaminated,’ they can not be said to be gluten-free for the wheat free species. Happily, for people who are allergic, Bobo’s still offers 4 gluten-free flavors.

Typical of bowl oatmeal, each package contains between 160-190 calories per serving, but now also comes in “bite-sized boxes,” which is worth 2 portions. There are also about 7-8 grams of fat, 3 grams of fiber and protein and approximately 10 grams of sugar, whether give or take, depending on the taste.

The Bobo Oat Bars are a good alternative for children and adults of all ages, with a smooth, chewy consistency similar to a bowl of oatmeal. Therefore, they also have a good dietary choice as they contain fiber, protein and are quite low in sugar. I would not give my baby a 2-serving packet (or eat it all by myself) because 20 grams of sugar can be consumed in one place. But you can break down a couple of pieces for your kid or cut them off half by the door for your son, and Bobo’s Oat Bars are a good snack or breakfast substitute.

What to Buy: Online access to Bobo’s Oat Bars, or visit their store locator to find the shopping area that is closest to you.

FINAL THOUGHTS: I’m the first to confess that when I first tried Bobo’s oat bars, I was a bit sceptical. What’s the difference between these bars and the other 101 bars? But after trying Bobos… just tell that we couldn’t keep enough of them in this kitchen! I guess we just have a bowl of oatmeal…

Bobo’s Oat Bars are chewy, crispy and oh-so addictive and a new favorite Boscarini-whether it’s an on – the-go breakfast bar, a little baby’s snack or a pre-bedding treat. I can’t imagine getting through these bars any early with lots of delicious aromas to choose from!

Try any or all of Bobo’s Oat Bars today and see how tasty a “oatmeal” bar can be!

Please visit their website and reach out on Facebook to learn more about Bobo’s Oat Bars.

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