RX Protein Bars – Kids

RX Bars:

 

No Gluten, No Dairy, No Soy – 

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We’re definitely not suffering from a shortage of protein bars.  I’ve noticed entire aisles devoted to them in grocery stores.  We love our nutrition on the go, conveniently packaged, and easy to eat.  If there’s no refrigeration, utensils, or cooking time required, so much the better!

And this isn’t true just for adults.  Yes, we’re busy at work or running errands, volunteering and ushering around our kids, but the kids themselves need to eat… like at least three times a day.  My kids go to a school with no cafeteria.  They need a packed lunch everyday.  Believe it or not, there are no fridges or microwaves at the school either, which limits our options.  I try to create healthy meals for them, just as I do for myself.  Most nonperishable food has some form of chemicals and preservatives, so I’m hard-pressed to find lunch items that are tasty, won’t go bad, and will actually nourish their growing bodies.

RX Kids protein bars

Enter, RX Bars.  Most protein bars are chock full of stuff unsuitable for children.  And, honestly, I’m personally allergic to most of that stuff.  RX Bars contains no gluten, dairy or soy.  The protein comes from egg whites and nuts.  Dates provide a binding agent and act as a sweetener.  

I absolutely love that the ingredients are listed in a large, clear font right on the package of each of the protein bars.  If you flip the bar over and read the actual ingredient list on the back (you know, the one required by the FDA to be accurate) you’ll see the same exact list.  Accurate advertising?  Truthful branding?  Bingo!

Here’s something you need to know, though: RX protein bars taste exactly like those ingredients.  They taste exactly how you’d think they would.  

Taste testing RX kids protein bars

There’s no added sugar.  They are chewy from the dates.  You get chunks of the almonds or cashews or peanuts. Basically, if your palette or your children’s palettes are used to highly processed foods, these RX Bars will take some getting used to.  

As you can see in the taste testing video, one child gave a slightly sour face when he tried the Berry Blast RX Kids Bar.  But, hey, that’s one kid out of five.  The others were all for it.  I’ve been using them in lunches daily, and they’re consumed daily.  The sour puss has since changed his tune, especially for the Apple Cinnamon Raisin!

RX Bar Kids are healthy protein bars for kids. They’re a new development, and they come in 3 flavors:  Berry Blast, Chocolate Chip, and Apple Cinnamon Raisin.   They are flavored and proportioned with kiddos in mind.  For us adults, there are more flavors to try.  I personally adore the Coconut Chocolate and Peanut Butter, and I’m looking forward to trying the season Pumpkin Spice and the new Gingerbread.

Healthy & Nutritional

RX Protein Bars - Kids

Gluten Free
Soy Free
Dairy Free
Kid-friendly

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I absolutely love that the ingredients are listed in a large, clear font right on the package of each individual bar.  If you flip the bar over and read the actual ingredient list on the back (you know, the one required by the FDA to be accurate) you’ll see the same exact list.  Accurate advertising?  Truthful branding?  Bingo!”

Emily Metcalf

 

Protein Bars Nutrition

Adult Options:
  • Gingerbread
  • Pumpkin Spice (Seasonal!)
  • Coconut Chocolate
  • Chocolate Chip
  • Chocolate Sea Salt
  • Peanut Butter Chocolate
  • Blueberry
  • Mixed Berry
  • Maple Sea Salt
  • Mint Chocolate
  • Coffee Chocolate
  • Peanut Butter
  • Apple Cinnamon Raisin
Kids Options:
  • Berry Blast
  • Chocolate Chip
  • Apple Cinnamon Raisin
Final Say

RX Protein Bars are legit, guys.  There’s no better way to put it.  Try them out and see for yourself!