Dark Chocolate + Peanut Butter Bites
Chewy, without being dense. Crunchy, without being dry. Protein packed, while still tasting good. We're really loving what these little bites bring to the table. The classic combination of chocolate and peanut butter has found its next great collaborator: the gluten-free bite. Think of them like little balls of energy ready to keep you satisfied and focused for your next big hike or help you refuel after a work out.
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About the Brand
The GFB was started by two brothers with two shared problems: they were gluten-intolerant, and they didn't like the gluten-free food options available. So they set out to change the way good-for-you foods taste. The GFB was born. But they didn't stop at creating great tasting, protein packed snacks. They also set out to change the world - or at least, their own little corner of it. The company is committed to good practices for all of the people they touch.Shop Brand
How to use
Pack these punchy little protein balls in with your water bottle and your change of socks for your next hike.
What People Are Saying
So delicious. Definitely recommend and will purchase again.
Not only do we love this product as a healthy snack, but the company does so much good for the community as well.
I like these—perfect for when I just need a little snack. At first I thought they were way overpriced but they last a long time because they are so rich and satisfying—you can’t eat too many at once.
These were good, but pricey for the quantity.
I only have ONE as a rare treat (because the sugar content is not nothing) - I feel like these are the healthiest version of a candy bar that I'm willing to indulge in from time to time. I avoid added sugar and most refined ingredients most of the time but sometimes you just want a bite of candy! I find that occasionally having treats that are relatively healthy versions of "junk food" make it sustainable for me to eat healthy whole foods most of the time. It's possible that these aren't really that amazing and my reaction is purely because I haven't had anything remotely like a candy bar in years. :) But WOW was exactly my reaction when I ate the first half of my first one.