Cascadian Farms "Protein Takes You Places" Giveaway

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Hi, guys!

It’s no secret that I love snack bars. I often turn to them when I need a quick snack or when I travel. I even enjoy them as dessert after dinner on occasion. Basically, I’m a huge fan of snack bars and always like discovering new ones. That said, I was intrigued when Cascadian Farms contacted about their new protein granola bars made with pea protein.


Each bar has 250 calories, 14-16 grams of fat (2 grams saturated), 3 grams of fiber, and 9 grams of protein, which makes them quite the satisfying snack.

And the best part about these bars (besides the taste, of course) is the ingredient list””there’s not too many and nothing crazy-artificial. Personally, this really surprised me because I typically expect boxed bars to have all sorts of weird, hard-to-pronounce ingredients in them. Reading the ingredient list on the side of the box was definitely a nice surprise.

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Ever since Cascadian Farms sent me some of their protein granola bars, I’ve been taking them everywhere with me. Here are just some of the places they’ve traveled with me”¦

Road trip to Burlington, Vermont

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Church Street – Burlington, Vermont

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Puppy playdate at the dog park

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Post-CrossFit workout

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Train ride to New York City

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Waiting for my car to be fixed

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Running errands with Mal

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And now here’s your chance to try these bars for yourself! Cascadian Farms is giving away a prize pack, which includes the new protein bars, a tote bag, t-shirt, mittens, and portable water bottle!

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To enter: Just leave a comment on this post about your favorite travel-friendly snack. I’ll randomly pick a winner on Monday morning.

Good luck!

This post was sponsored by Cascadian Farms. As always, the opinions expressed are all my own.

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  1. Raw unsalted almonds are my go to snack for trips. I take the train to work & always snack on them to help get me through to dinner time. 🙂

  2. Beef jerkey and those cracker packs with cheese or peanut butter on them are my favorite travel snacks

  3. I love making my own granola. I also take plain ‘ol boiled chicken and fresh veggies with me on trips. Easy, filling, and tasty!

  4. Since I’m currently traveling, my bag is filled with all different brands of granola bars! And the best kind are the ones with minimal ingredients so the snack bars in this giveaway sound awesome!

  5. I typically pack almonds for a travel snack. But, would love a protein bar that isn’t full of fake sugar!

  6. My fave travel friendly snack is also bars, preferably LaraBars or Lunabars. I also grab some trail mix or jerky when my husband and I go on trips. Portable, easy, and yummy!

  7. I always carry raw almonds with me as an on the go snack but I often crave a mix of flavors and something a little sweeter so these bars sound great !

  8. I love the idea of having a healthy bar with protein, fat, and fiber because it’s satisfying and easy to throw in my bag. But if I don’t have a bar, I take almonds, cheese, and fruit of some kind.

  9. Almonds, apples, yogurt, Kombacha! I am trying to find my favorite bar that is low in sugar, high in protein, so I could love to try these!

  10. I love granola, trail mix, almonds and chocolate. I will admit that travel usually involves a bag of skittles too — but that’s just because calories don’t count while traveling, right?!

  11. My travel friendly snack fits perfectly with this post – bars! Also usually bring some trail mix

  12. Almonds and dried cranberries seem to be my go to lately, or homemade bars, but these would be a great whole food but quick alternative. Mmmm

  13. When were traveling or PCS-ing, I luv Trader Joe’s dried fruit (which ever fruit I’m really loving at the time or mix of fruit) Protein bars or nut butters and fresh fruit slices.

  14. Baby carrots, grapes and Lara bars are my go to! Will have to check out cascadian farms on my next trip to the grocery store!

  15. My favorite travel snack is usually beef jerky. I need to get away from it though, as it usually has lots of salt.

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