Spiced Carrot Cake Soft‐Baked Almond Flour Bars
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We love a bar that shows off what it’s made of. Flaunting pieces of whole ingredients like nuts, seeds, and fruit, these spiced carrot cake bars are the real deal. Not only is the texture just what you’d expect, it’s naturally sweet from molasses and organic coconut nectar. Nothing artificial, ever.
AllergensAlmonds, Coconuts, Eggs
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Turning the tide toward sustainable ingredients
Simple Mills was founded with a simple goal: to make a lasting, positive impact on ingredients lists and the recipes behind them. This woman-owned business is striving to bring clean, recognizable, non-GMO ingredients to all eaters, with an eye on keeping their great-tasting products affordable, thanks to efforts to keep costs from trickling down. They're committed to providing transparency on everything they source, which includes organic sunflower oil and ethical palm oil. By baking, not frying, their crackers, they eliminate the environmental impacts of oil disposal, and with vegan baking mixes, they're making it easy to opt out on animal byproducts. Simple Mills is inspiring people to be more mindful about what they're eating and how it's made.
All the ingredients Simple Mills uses, from almond flour to vanilla extract, are transparent to customers, and all of their products are made in North America. Everything they source is non-GMO, which means reduced use of pesticides and increased chance for biodiversity.Learn More
low carbon footprint
By using mostly vegan ingredients and recipes, Simple Mills eliminates the animal welfare issues and waste that can be found in dairy manufacturing. They also source environmentally certified, ethical palm oil, produced without harm to workers, forests, or endangered animals.Learn More
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Simple Mills believes clean, nutritious foods add up to a greater life. It’s that simple. Started after Katlin Smith made the connection between what she ate and how she felt, the company is on a mission to enrich lives and bodies through simple, delicious, real foods. They strive to make healthful choices easy by offering food that tastes great in the moment and nourishes your body for the long-term.Shop Brand
How to use
Pack a handful into your everyday bag and snack as needed.
What People Are Saying
- carrot cake
Carrot cake in a bar
Just like eating a piece of carrot cake just love them
Got to try the spiced carrot cake, Have to say it's ok. The texture is soft but dry. The flavors are ok, The cinnamon taste pretty much takes over the flavor of the whole bar. But overall, Good snack size. And it's filling!
Good flavor but a bit dry.
These bars have nice spice flavor, but theyíre a tad dry. They are also much smaller than I expected. So theyíre good for a snack, but not a meal replacement. Just my opinion! I do like the fact that theyíre made with almond flour. Makes me feel like Iím eating better!!
The flavor of these spiced carrot bars is good. I like the spice used in these. I."m not sure they remind me of carrot cake The bars are tasty but a bit dry. If these were more moist I would enjoy them much more.
This is, I believe, the 2nd product I've tried from this brand (might be third. I know I've tried this Spiced Carrot Cake and the Banana flavors, but can't remember if there was something else) and the texture of the Spiced Carrot Cake is the best of what I've tried as it's not too soft. The aroma is vaguely carrot cake. The flavor leaves A LOT to be desired though. There is a bit of a spiced "sting" that hits the tongue as an aftertaste, but otherwise the almond flour masks any discernible flavor.