I admit I have a sweet tooth. I also eat frequently especially when I am at work. And sometimes I don’t get home until late to eat dinner. So I usually bring snacks to work – a bagel, a few bars, fruit, etc.
So, when I was offered the opportunity to try out the Manitoba Hemp Heart Bars, I signed right up. A while back, I tried hemp hearts and I was excited to see how they incorporated them into a bar.
The bars did not let me down. Not only did I like the taste, but they have 10 grams of protein, 10 grams of omegas and fewer than 10 grams of sugar. The apple cinnamon flavor was good and I’d eat it again, but the chocolate was even better. Not just because it tasted good, but because it fulfilled a craving for something sweet but it didn’t contain a lot of sugar.
Thursday I was very tired but planned to go for a run so I chose the Chocolate Manitoba Harvest Hemp Heart bars. It gave me the energy I needed to get through the run.
And yesterday, I tried the Apple Cinnamon bar at work. I ate it earlier and used it as an afternoon snack. Yup, it worked. It kept me satisfied until dinner.
Want to try some?
Sweat Pink and Manitoba Harvest are offering a discount on the Hemp Heart bars. Just visit Manitobaharvest.com and use the discount code hhbarlaunch1015 for 15% off. Code expires 3/31/2016.
Are you feeling lucky and want to win some Manitoba Harvest Hemp Heart bars?
Manitoba Harvest is also running a photo contest. (Details here). Open to US and Canada residents. Tag @manitobaharvest #fuelledbyhemp for a chance to win a box of your favorite flavor of Hemp Heart Bars! A winner will be chosen each month!
Happy Running! Have you tried Manitoba Hemp Harvest Bars? If so, what do you think of them?
Disclaimer: I was compensated for this post by Fit Approach and Manitoba Harvest. All opinions are my own.
Wow. Those bars look really great! I might have to buy some. Thanks for sharing!
I am glad to hear they are tasty. Sometimes I am hesitant to try something. I saw these out in MT and wondered…
Not as tasty as the unhealthy bars 🙂