Chocolate Graham Cracker Bear Bites
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9 oz / $0.64 per oz
Graham cookies shaped like bears? These little cookies take us back to snack time, but with an update for today: wholesome grains and delectable chocolate.
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We're beary (had to) happy that these little grahams have made their way into our lives. Kodiak Cakes bakes these crunchy, chocolatey little cookies with naturally wholesome ingredients (think: whole grains). You'll love snacking on them when you get a bit peckish between meals or when you're on-the-go. For us, they're a sweet reminder of childhood.
AllergensContains egg, milk, soy, and wheat. Due to processing on shared equipment, contains trace amounts of peanuts, and tree nuts.
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No need to guess what's in your food or how it was made. Our experts vet every product for ingredient integrity, responsible sourcing, and great taste using our own criteria called the Hive Five.
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How it does good
Working with our planet, never against it
Kodiak Cakes isn’t interested in cutting corners when it comes to their ingredients. They partner with non-GMO farms because genetically-modified crops can have negative consequences that affect our environment and our bodies. Before they agree to source an ingredient, Kodiak ensures that the farm works with nature as an ally, not an adversary. They also partner with Recycle Utah to reduce environmental impact from landfill waste to energy usage to staff carbon footprints. By 2023, they will publish their “green goals,” a list of seven pledges they are making to our earth.
All of Kodiak Cakes' ingredients are non-GMO. They choose to source from non-GMO farms because they grow with our delicate eco-system in mind.Learn More
low carbon footprint
Kodiak Cakes recently partnered with Recycle Utah, a non-proft that provides environmental education to individuals and businesses.Learn More
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Every year, Kodiak Cakes donates a portion of their profits to conservation efforts, spearheaded by organizations like Vital Ground.Learn More
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About the Brand
Kodiak began in 1982 when Penny Clark sent her 8-year-old son Joel into the neighborhood with a red wagon filled with paper bags of her father’s heirloom flapjack mix. He returned with an empty wagon and lifelong plans. Decades later, Joel launched booming pancake brand Kodiak Cakes. Though they've grown tremendously, they remain family-owned and still make each product as if they were crafting a homemade recipe to share with friends and neighbors. They're committed to keeping the great outdoors wild.Shop Brand
How to use
Snack on these little chocolate bears between meals when you need a little something sweet.
What People Are Saying
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When you need that chocolate taste
I have had Kodiak Cakes' frozen waffles several times in the past, so this was an immediate sell for me in my last order. These have a rich darker chocolate taste, while still featuring whole grains and a bit of protein. There are sometimes after work where you just need the taste of chocolate, and these make me feel better about indulging instead of going for that pint of ice cream in the freezer.
Cute and Tasty
Jen from the Hive team here! I love the fun shapes of these and they actually taste like chocolate unlike some other crackers. If you are going all out, dip in a bit of peanut butter. Protein win!
I love the chocolate Kodiac bear bites! I look forward to seeing what other flavors you carry in this product! Yum! ❤
"Bear"y good snacks!
Amazing flavor! Cute bear-shaped snacks!
I was excited to receive them, but it turned out that I didn’t like them very much.