Annie’s Gluten Free Double Chocolate Chip Granola Bars, 5 Count (Pack of 12)

By | May 31, 2018

Made with Goodness. No artificial flavors, synthetic colors, or synthetic preservatives; Gluten Free; No high-fructose corn syrup; Good source of fiber. A Short Course in the Long History of Chocolate: Cacao was highly prized by the Aztec civilization and in use for over 3000 years, AND YET…Milk chocolate was not invented until 1875. From the POD–comes the BEAN, which is roasted to become the “essence” of the chocolate-the NIB–. Theobroma cacao (the scientific name, “Theobroma”, means “food of the gods”). That should tell you ALL you really need to know about chocolate- It’s decidedly delectable.

Product Features

  • USDA Organic
  • Gluten Free

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Hidden on 05/31/2018 at 07:03.

**ALLERGY WARNING: New recipe contains COCONUT** I bought some of these for a while and they never contained coconut while I was eating them. This morning I picked up a box and I happened to see the ingredients list and unfortunately they now contain coconut. There is a warning at the bottom saying CONTAINS MILK AND COCONUT INGREDIENTS, for those of you with either allergies. Hopefully people used to buying these can catch the warning in time. Looks like I have to find a new granola bar. ;/ (Yes, I have tried Cascadian Farms CC granola bars…

EspressoLover on 05/31/2018 at 07:26.

Best granola bar ever These really are the best granola bar ever! Not overly sweet, just a hint of cinnamon. They are EXTREMELY CHEWY — they are not hard and crispy, but they are not soft and gooey either. They are a hard/chewy texture and are a real workout for your teeth, very satisfying.I live right here near the company – but you just cannot find the Oatmeal Raisin ones anywhere except Amazon. The local stores all have shelves full of the other flavors but never the oatmeal raisin — no idea…

Anonymous on 05/31/2018 at 07:49.

Since I became allergic to peanuts, I’ve had to all but give up granola bars. I was so excited when I came across these. Though they are made on machines that process tree nut products, they are peanut-free, which is a major selling point for anyone with this allergy.They’re pretty delicious, though the texture is a bit odd. It’s kind of like how suede feels compared to leather, but not because those are textiles, not food. But the texture isn’t too off-putting, and the taste is…