6 More of the Best Gluten Free Protein Bars

Last year, I shared a post with my favorite gluten free and vegan protein bars...and you all loved it! And since I've since stumbled upon six more gluten free protein bars (four of which are also vegan), I thought I would share another post highlighting six more delicious gluten free protein bars!

6 More of the Best Gluten Free Protein Bars

As I've said previously, there are many different gluten free protein bars available nowadays and I still haven’t had the chance to try them all. But because gluten free protein bars are my favorite night snack, I do enjoy trying new ones every chance I get.

Which brings us to the six new-to-me gluten free protein bars I'm going to spotlight today. :) This post is totally unsponsored, though I did win a few of these gluten free bars in giveaways. So with that said and done, let's dive into this review!

Best Gluten Free Protein Bars, Choice 1: Whoa Dough

Most of the protein bars I've tried in a cookie dough flavor have ended up falling short of their name...but not Whoa Dough! I was lucky enough to win a sample pack in a giveaway, and I immediately fell in love with Whoa Dough's super fudgy texture and dough to toppings ratio. I also LOVE all of their different flavors, which include: Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough, Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough, Peanut Butter Cookie Dough, Sprinkle Sugar Cooke Dough, and Sugar Cookie Dough.

My favorite flavors are chocolate chip and sprinkle sugar cookie, but I'm also a sucker for peanut butter chocolate chip. And besides coming in delicious flavors, Whoa Dough bars are certified gluten free, grain-free, soy-free, plant-based and non-GMO. This really is the perfect night snack when I want something sweet that still offers a good deal of protein.

6 More of the Best Gluten Free Protein Bars

Best Gluten Free Protein Bars, Choice 2: Go Macro

Especially if you love nuts and chocolate, Go Macro gluten free protein bars should be on your snack list. They are certified gluten free, vegan, raw, clean, organic, non-GMO and fodmap friendly. Besides protein bars, Go Macro also offers snacks bars and kid-sized snack bars.

My personal favorite flavor is Sunflower Butter + Chocolate, and I love the super chewy, thick texture I've found in most Go Macro flavors I've tried. If you're a fan of really soft protein bars, I'd also recommend checking out some of these other options (mainly, Whoa Dough) instead.

Best Gluten Free Protein Bars, Choice 3: Caveman Foods

Eat a paleo diet? Then the paleo protein bars from Caveman Foods may be your new favorite snack. Even though these bars are less than 200 calories, they are super filling in my experience thanks to plenty of nuts and seeds. Compared to the previous bars I've mentioned, Caveman Foods' bars are a lot chunkier and you can see the nuts and seeds, versus them being blended in the base of the bar.

Caveman Foods' protein bars are not only paleo, but also certified gluten free and free of soy, whey or pea protein. They instead get their protein from nuts, seeds, and egg whites. My personal favorite flavor is Chocolate Salted Caramel.

6 More of the Best Gluten Free Protein Bars

Best Gluten Free Protein Bars, Choice 4: Perfect Bar

If you're looking for a protein bar that seriously tastes like dessert, Perfect Bar is a perfect option. So far, I've tried the Salted Caramel flavor and OMG. The salty-and-sweet combination was spot-on, and I also loved the bar's cookie-dough-like texture and it was just sweet enough to satisfy my sweet tooth.

Now for some fun facts about the bars: besides being gluten free, they are Non-GMO Project Verified, kosher, and contain 20+ superfoods. Because there aren't any artificial preservatives in a Perfect Bar, they do need to be refrigerated. Like Caveman Foods' bars, these bars also get their protein from whole foods such as nut butter and egg.

Best Gluten Free Protein Bars, Choice 5: Kize

Kize is one of the most recent gluten free protein bars I've discovered, and this is another bar that truly lives up to the cookie dough name. One way Kize is unique is that they offer gluten free bars that fit a variety of diets, including vegan protein bars, keto protein bars, and gluten free protein bars with egg white.

Because their gluten free and vegan protein bars contain gluten free oats (which my system doesn't tolerate), I went with their Keto Peanut Butter Cookie flavor (which is also vegan), and their Cookie Dough flavor (which contains egg whites). And let me just say: DROOOOL. The Keto Peanut Butter Cookie flavor has a very dry, crumbly consistency, but the chocolate chips studded throughout are delicious and I loved the pure peanut butter flavor. But the classic Cookie Dough flavor is definitely a new FAVORITE. It has a super soft and creamy texture, and there are plenty of chocolate chips mixed throughout. If you can tolerate egg whites, I highly recommend giving that flavor a try!

6 More of the Best Gluten Free Protein Bars

Best Gluten Free Protein Bars, Choice 6: The GFB

The GFB offers a variety of super yummy gluten free snacks, ranging from gluten free protein bars to their new, grain-free bites. All of their products are not only certified gluten free, but also vegan, soy-free and non-GMO. I also love that they operate their own facility and hire their own, local workforce...so if you're looking to support local businesses, the GFB is an awesome option.

My favorite flavors so far have been Coconut Cashew and Dark Chocolate Almond. The bars have a soft, chewy texture with just enough crunch, and are sweet without tasting sugary. 

The Bottom Line of Finding the Best Gluten Free Protein Bars

Whenever I need a quick afternoon pick-me-up or a sweet midnight snack, I'm always grateful for the variety of gluten free protein bars that are available nowadays. And the next time you need a treat or some easy fuel, I hope that this list helps you find the best gluten free protein bar for you!

And if you're looking for even more snacking inspiration, check out my previous round-ups of gluten free snack bars, including this one about gluten free and vegan protein bars, and this one about my favorite oat-free energy bars.

What's your favorite gluten free protein bar? Have you tried any of the ones I mentioned above? Let me know in the comments!


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