Embracing a Healthy Family: Have to Try Quaker Soft Baked Bars

Have to Try Quaker Soft Baked Bars

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I'm always on the hunt for something good and not full of calories.  I want something to kick off my day or give a nice breakfast snack that won't weigh me down.  I have not tried them yet but the Quaker Soft Baked Bar looks absolutely amazing.  I'm not sure which one I would prefer, Cinnamon Pecan Bread or Banana Nut Bread because I love the sound of both.  What is also appealing is they are only 140 calories while providing 5 grams of fiber and 6 grams of protein.  I also like they are a good source of five B-Vitamins.  These bars are made from real fruits and nuts and can be served on-the-go or warmed to provide a nice wholesome food choice.

 

As I stated, I have not tried them but if you check out my pantry, you will find other Quaker brand products and given my brand loyalty to oatmeal, I suspect that I'll love these bars too.  I'll definitely point my mom to my blog as even though she's in her 70's, she still works and could use something to take on the go for her busy mornings.

 

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I think as I look at the packaging, I'd go first for the Cinnamon Pecan Bread for the frosting effect!  My youngest would probably go along with me on that one!  How about you?  Have you heard or tried Quaker Soft Baked Bars yet?  

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