Price Paid: around $2
In a single word: delicious.
Soft, chewy, subtly tasty, every food adjective you don't normally associate with recovery bars can be said about these. I've had the chocolate and peanut butter varieties of the Stinger bars and I'm very pleased. At around 200 calories they aren't a full-blown meal replacement. With around 25% calories from fat they give you a quick boost but still sustain you until your next meal. Oh, and did I mention they're delicious?
currently retails for:
$1.49 - $31.99
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