I am always on the look out for tasty treats to put in the kids lunchboxes for school or during swimming gala’s, but often find myself restricted by school dietary rules.
Last month I was introduced to a new product which has recently launched here in the UK – MadeGood’s granola bars which are made with dried fruits and whole grains in a facility free from the most common allergens including peanut, tree nut, soy, dairy, egg, fish, shellfish, gluten, and sesame, making them safe for lunchboxes and school.
There are currently three flavours available to buy, with Chocolate Banana, Chocolate Chip and Mixed Berry.
The current favourite flavour in our house is Chocolate Chip, with the Chocolate Banana coming in at a very close second place.
As a parent, I am keen to ensure that the kids eat healthily and I am reassured that MadeGood® use pure sunflower oil that is low in saturated fat and has no trans-fat to help them eat and live a healthier lifestyle. They are also perfect to give the kids an energy boost after early morning swimming training, or during a swimming gala.
All flavours of bars are vegan friendly and offers one of their “five-a-day”, as well as being a great source of fibre, vitamins, and minerals, which help contribute to a healthy digestive and immune system.
MadeGood Granola Bars are a tasty addition to any lunch box and are available to buy in Asda costing £2.79 for a box of 6.
Disclaimer: We were sent some MadeGood Granola Bars for the purpose of a review. All thoughts and opinions are our own