Monday, May 22, 2017

In-Bite Review

@_inbite_ (http://inbite.us) was kind enough to send me some of their all natural, gluten free baked products, and while I did receive the products below, it’s also worth noting that they produce a plethora of other products that can be found on their website http://inbite.us; including: Bread (No Nuts, Chia, Pumpkin & Honey), Brownies, Cookies (Chocolate Chip/Coconut, Coffee/Coconut, Cranberry/Coconut, Nectar/Coconut, Coconut, Chocolate, Cranberry, Quiona Chocolate Hazelnut), Granola (Apple-Cannamon, Coconut, Maple), and Muffins (Carrot, Chocolate, and Vanilla). I’ll also state before delving into my thoughts on eat product that there were a lot of firsts for me in the batch below, I’d never had a Quiona Cookie, and so the taste was - honestly - a bit unnatural; the flavor may simply be something acquired!
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Quiona Chocolate Hazelnut Cookie (Vegan and Lactose Free) - As aforementioned this was the first quoina  cookie I had ever had, and while I did taste the chocolate, I was a bit offput by the overall flavor that the cookie had. The cookie comes in at only 295calories per serving, 4g of protein, and 12g of sugar.
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Vanilla Muffin (Paleo Friendly, Low Carb, No Sugar Added, and Lactose Free) - While the taste of the muffin wasn’t exactly to my liking, the low calorie count (182 calories), and low sugar (1g) and high protein count (7g) made the product on the whole a bit more appealing.
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Coconut Cookies (Free of: Trans Fat, Cholesterol, Artificial Flavors, Hydrogenated Oil, High Fructose Corn Syrup) - Very delicious, the coconut cookies were approximately 61cal. per cookie, at 1g of Protein and 3.5g of sugar per. For foods free of all of the things listed beforehand, these cookies were delicious!
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Carrot Muffin (Paleo Friendly, Low Carb, No Sugar Added, Lactose Free) - My friend actually gave this muffin a shot, and he more than certainly seemed to like it. Carrot-flavored snacks are usually not my cup of tea, but he had me convinced I should have tried some of it after he finished. Similar to the Vanilla Muffin, this Muffin comes in at a mere 179cal, 1g of sugar, and 6g of protein per muffin.
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Paleo Apple Cinnamon Granola (5g of Protein, 3g of Sugar - Per Serving) - Shockingly, I wasn’t a huge fan of this granola, and that’s honestly surprising given my love for most granolas. Potentially due to the ingredients that it’s comprised of - or it being my first time trying such a product - I didn’t get any of the promised “apple cinnamon” flavor! :(
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Rolled Oats Cranberry Cookies (Low Carb, Lactose Free) - Saving the best for last, I have to say if I were to purchase anything from @_inbite_  again (and I will), the Rolled Oats Cranberry Cookies easily top my list. At 69calories, 10g of carbs, 3g of sugar, and 1.5g of protein per bite-sized cookie (2 cookies being one serving), these vegan snacks were absolutely flavor packed and delicious!

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