I picked up a package of HoneyBars while I was in Florida. They looked tasty, especially the Cranberry one I bought.
These are sort of a cross between a Taste of Nature Bar and a Kind Bar. The nuts and fruit pieces are a little larger, and so it feels like you are eating something substantial. I also found them a little moister than a Kind Bar – it could be the honey.
The Cranberry flavor bars are gluten and wheat free, vegetarian, and contain no preservatives. The only ingredients in this flavor are peanuts, honey, cranberries (dried cranberries, apple juice concentrate, sunflower oil), raisins, dried apricots and almonds.
I was at Sobeys last week, and saw different varieties of HoneyBars there as well. Turns out they are made by a Canadian company. Sure enough, when I looked at the back of mine it said product of Canada.
These are not listed in the non-GMO database, and are not organic, but are made with natural ingredients, and are a great quick snack for on the go, or travelling.
I paid a little under $1 a bar in the US, but they cost around $1.50-$2.00 here in Newfoundland.
Has anyone tried other varieties or have a favorite gluten free “granola” bar?