Are you a choco-nut too? Check out nutritional breakdowns and reviews of some of other popular choices.
Clearly, everyone's tastebuds, energy bar expectations, and needs differ. While bars are a handy option when you are in a pinch, replacing a meal with an energy bar isn't necessarily a good idea. Be sure to share your favorite brand in the comments and let us know what you like about it.
|Bar||Calories||Fat (g)||Sugar (g)||Protein||Taste Test Notes|
|Atkins Advantage Chocolate and Peanut Butter Bar||240 calories||12 grams||1 gram||18 grams||This one is filling and low in sugar, but it houses 12 grams of fat.|
|Clif Bar Chocolate Chip Chunky Peanut Bar||260 calories||4 grams||6 grams||10 grams||A great choice if you like chewier bars with a bit of texture.|
|Tiger's Milk Peanut Butter Bar||150 calories||6 grams||13 grams||6 grams||The peanut butter center is a bit chalky, but this mainstay energy bar brand offers one of the lower calorie options in the flavor.|
|Think Thin Chunky Peanut Butter Bar||240 calories||8 grams||0 grams||20 grams||If you're watching your sugar intake this bar is a nice option, and the 20 grams of protein make for a filling treat.|
|PowerBar ProteinPlus Reduced Sugar Chocolate Peanut Butter||270 calories||9 grams||1 gram, 26 grams Sugar Alcohol||22 grams||This bar packs serious protein, but is a bit crumbly.|