WALKING | MadeGood Granola Bars Review – Fuel For Days Out & Hiking

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I absolutely love granola and eat it daily with a splash of natural yoghurt, so when I was asked if I fancied trying out MadeGood Granola Bars I jumped at the chance! Read on to find out more.

MadeGood Granola Bars

When I go on long walks that are likely to take the best part of the day, I always pack snacks. I usually opt for something low GI and tend to start the day with a big bowl of porridge, but whilst I’m walking, I’ll often need a couple of snacks to pep me up along the way!

I usually take a couple of graze boxes with me and have found their protein boosted flapjacks to be a good option, but I’m always up for trying something different, so during our longer local walks throughout lockdown – and during munchie attacks at home – I’ve been chowing down on MadeGood granola bars.

MadeGood Granola bars
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MadeGood bars are free from most common allergens including gluten, nuts, peanuts, egg, dairy and soy and boast a good source of vitamins from six different vegetables. They have a soft, chewy texture and a natural sweetness that’s just right. My favourite ones are the chocolate chip, but we also tried out the banana bars which were nice too.

They are super small and light, so they’re ideal for popping inside your daypack if you’re out for the day, in the kids’ lunchboxes (when they finally go back to school!) or as a quick office snack. Once lockdown lifts we’ll be taking these tasty little bars out with us on hikes….if there are any left by then that is!

MadeGood Granola bars

Available from ASDA stores across the UK now, each box contains 6 x 24g bars and costs £2.79.

DISCLOSURE | Thank you to MadeGood who supplied the feature products. We were not paid to write this review.

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