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CLIF BUILDER’S – Protein Bar – Chocolate Peanut Butter – (2.4 Ounce Bar, 12 Count)

CLIF BUILDER’S – Protein Bar – Chocolate Peanut Butter – (2.4 Ounce Bar, 12 Count)

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CLIF BUILDER'S - Protein Bar - Chocolate Peanut Butter - (2.4 Ounce Bar, 12 Count)

CLIF BUILDER'S - Protein Bar - Chocolate Peanut Butter - (2.4 Ounce Bar, 12 Count)
  • A protein-powerful way to work chocolate and peanut butter into your recovery regimen.
  • 20g of high-quality protein to help build and repair muscle (see Nutrition Facts for saturated fat content)
  • Carbohydrates to help you sustain your workout
  • Non-GMO Ingredient Sources
  • Low glycemic (low glycemic-index foods digest slowly for prolonged levels of energy)
The Cocoa Dipped, Double-Decker Crisp Clif Builder's Bar, is the first delicious high protein bar to pay tribute to those who turn their everyday world into a gym. Clif Builder's will fuel your muscles with added protein, especially when your day requires a little extra oomph. When work feels like a workout.
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  1. 43 of 47 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Good snack, mediocre self-defense weapon, October 17, 2016

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    Not to speak in hyperbole, but these bars have been a godsend. I’m of slight build and very rarely feel the pangs of hunger in my stomach regardless of food intake (or lack thereof), so without noticing it I essentially just slow down due to lack of calories/carbs/etc as the day progresses. Ever since I started including these bars into my diet as a snack at work I never feel tired. I’m also incredibly frugal, but these were easy to justify the price of when the benefits were so obvious. Two 12-pack boxes when it’s marked down at a low price means that it’s roughly going to be a dollar and some change per workday for a quality snack. Not bad, and slightly cheaper than what you’d pay for a vending machine candy bar.

    As far as taste/texture, I really enjoy what they put into them. I’m not a foodie by any stretch and find little pleasure in anything I eat, but I look forward to eating these bars. I even eat them when I’m not working/don’t need the boost, so that’s saying something. They’re not overpoweringly sweet and, most importantly for me, they taste great when chilled (not frozen; you’ll break your teeth). The texture of the bar is complex, with a typical soft chocolate top layer covering a crunchy core. The best way I can describe the inner core is like an organic cereal purchased by your fancy friends who insist that organic everything is the only way to live (it’s not, but whatever). If you understand that, then you have a pretty accurate idea of what you’re getting. I guess the gist of it is that it doesn’t feel like a corporate manufactured kids food, it feels a little more finely crafted and selective of its ingredients. But it’s not so artisanal that you feel like one of those yippy toolboxes that think synth music is worth listening to and use more than 5 words to describe the cup of coffee they’re ordering. Give it a rest, your BS complex coffee order is not impressing the sorta-cute-but-far-too-tattooed-to-not-be-difficult-in-a-relationship barista and you’re just making the wait in line that much longer for the people behind you.

    One thing that annoyed me was likely outside of Clif’s (Clif Bar’s?) hands: crumbly stuff inside the wrapper. Depending on how carelessly Amazon ships them, or what time of year you order them, they can come chock full of tiny flakes of chocolate that get everywhere. I’ve had batches that were great, and then I’ve had a few where Amazon allowed them to semi-melt somewhere along the line and it basically snows chocolate all over your clothes/desk as soon as you open the wrapper. Chilling before opening didn’t help either, the damage is done if it has a chance to melt. I’m basically insane when it comes to things like this, so if you’re the same… I don’t know what to say. Deal with it? They’re worth the slight mental anguish and clean-up time.

    I wrote all of this for a glorified candy bar. Sorry that you read all of it?

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  2. 16 of 16 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Fricken Delicious; Allllmost Five Stars, December 10, 2014
    Felix (United States) –

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    Now let me say that I’ve become completely addicted to these things. I think I eat two of them each day; they taste like heavenly goodness.

    The price here on Amazon varies. I’m lucky enough that my local supermarket carries these for 2 for $3. That’s really awesome, imo. I was able to get these on Amazon with Prime for around $15 but then two weeks later, they shot up to $18.50. Why can’t we have nice things? My supermarket also has a variety of flavors (the vanilla one, SWEET LORDY), so I’m also just not stuck with a box of one flavor. Unless you’re into paying $10-15 more for a variety box. Seller logic.

    Finding good protein bars is hard… finding good bars that don’t break your wallet is hard in general. These aren’t the cheapest things but they are also far from the absolute worse. As a Type 1 Diabetic, I’ve learned the hard way to avoid crap “all natural” bars that have high fructose corn syrup and sugar as some of their first ingredients. This is the quickest way to getting your blood sugar to 300+ and being hungry 20 minutes later as a bonus side effect.
    Feels bad, man.
    So, soy protein. I have yet to turn into that angry hormonal, man-woman, hairy monster like a lot of “health” blogs tell you soy turns you into. I have not noticed myself turning into a gorilla just yet so I think I’m good. The soy used here is non-gmo. (says so on the wrapper)
    Beet juice concentrate – sportsmen use it to increase their performance. Contains a large number of nutrients such as potassium, folate, iron, magnesium, copper, phosphorus and vitamin C. Quick Google search will tell you more about it. I looked it up because I thought it was just a sugar but it’s actually good. Beet is still sweet.

    Speaking of sugar, THIS THING TASTES SO SWEET, it’s like a candybar almost. This is probably because the third and fourth ingredients are sweeteners. “Organic” sweeteners to be exact. This is one of my biggest irks with these things(not just Clif bars) but at least it’s a step up from high fructose corn syrup. Despite the fact that the first ingredients are sweeteners, my blood sugar doesn’t react violently to them and is the reason I keep eating them. Still, two sweeteners right after each other for something that claims “every ingredient serves a purpose” kinda stinks. I seriously don’t know how my blood sugar doesn’t die from this, haha. It says that it’s low glycemic and the huge amount of protein might also help.

    My other irk: natural flavors. What are they? Please Clif, tell me what these “natural” flavors are because I really hope they’re not just other hidden sugars and if they are, at least be honest about it. I hate to sound paranoid but natural flavors are one of those uncanny things that could literally be anything on the planet. There’s also no reason to hide them and it just makes people that know about these things distrust the company. I’m not saying there’s an animal carcass in these bars but honesty with customers is never bad. The worse that could happen(from the viewpoint of the company) is that people stop buying these if the “natural flavors” are hidden sugary things and then Clif gets rid of them altogether to make customers happy. Then it ends up turning into a good thing for those looking to stay healthy but enjoy protein bars in general.

    If they can somehow fix these things, they would be golden. I think I eat well enough to not die from eating these as snacks and protein helps my blood sugar. I’m not asking for a sugar free protein bar and even if they could just list these natural flavors straight up, that would be awesome!

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  3. 5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Good bars, but…, September 13, 2016
    Randy S (New York City) –

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    This review is from: CLIF BUILDER’S – Protein Bar – Chocolate Peanut Butter – (2.4 Ounce Bar, 12 Count) (Health and Beauty)
    be mindful of who you order from and when you order them! I ordered a box in the heat of the summer and now have a box of previously melted chocolate messes. Don’t misunderstand, the bars aren’t running out of the package. It’s just obvious the outer coating melted to the wrappers and then resolidified.

    Now, every bar I consume is a mess waiting to happen as the melted chocolate flies here, there, and everywhere when I unwrap and consume one of these bars. SO…I eat them over the sink, which is both annoying and necessary given the condition the bars arrived in.

    I only added “be mindful of who you order from,” because surely some sellers aren’t using temperature controlled warehousing and you might just get pre-melted bars as a result–regardless of whether or not the weather is hot.

    Beyond the above complaint, these bars are tasty and fit the “I need some extra protein” bill (even if they tend to make me gassy!).

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