Chewy and tasty, our granola bars satisfy your sweet and wholesome sides. With rich, creamy peanut butter, roasted peanuts and a touch of wildflower honey, our Peanut Peanut Butter granola bars have 4g of fiber and 7g of protein.
- You won’t find any partially hydrogenated oils or high fructose corn syrup. But what you will find in our chewy granola bars is just what you’d expect from Kashi – goodness you can see as well as taste.
- Creamy peanut butter is mixed with our whole grain goodness and a bit of honey.
- 11g Whole Grains* per serving (*48g or more of whole grains recommended daily.)
- 4g Fiber** per serving (**5g total fat per serving)
- 7g Protein per serving
I wish I could review this
after tasting it, but looking at the ingredient list, there is almond flour in it and I am allergic…Can’t Kashi make a peanut granola bar w/o other nuts in them?
Don’t waste your time buying these.
These granola bars were disgusting. I turned to the kashi brand of peanut butter granola bars because they were healthier. The taste is just horrible. I wouldn’t recommend these to no one. If you like the taste of cardboard, then these bars are for you.
ReinaldoMechanic Falls, ME
A Consumer’s Report: Rate It a Best Buy
t’s a close call, but if you’re someone who eats breakfast in transit, Kashi Granola Bars have an edge over both the Nutrigrain too-sweet entries and the crumbly Nature Valley competitors. Neither a treat nor a treatment, Kashi Granola bars are light and just right–a way to get started without either residual guilt over a 7 A.M. candy bar or aversion to grandma’s recommended fiber remedy. One warning: they go down easy, so don’t take more than a single one with you in the car (or you could wind up scarfing down all six bars between traffic lights). Also, Amazon ships these three-buck packages in a generous-sized box, which may strike some consumers as ecologically irresponsible (wish I’d saved these boxes for a recent move of my mother-in-law. I think I ended up paying more for comparable new ones than the cost of the granola bars).
Kashi Chewy Granola Bars-Peanut Peanut Butter
The Kashi Granola Bars that I purchased recently are a wonderful product. They are satisfying as a snack or breakfast, when you are on the run. They also come in handy as part of a daily lunch. They are chewy and full of peanuts and very filling. Great way to start a day!!
These granola bars are pretty good and healthy for you, but they are personally my least favorite out of the three granola bars that Kashi makes. I would recommend the Trail Mix or the Honey Flax Almond ones over these, but these are still an excellent choice.
Finally what I have been looking for…
I find other cereal/granola bars way too sweet, especially if they use artificial sweeteners. These bars are exactly what I like. A good amount of fiber, just enough sweetness, and not overloaded with fat and calories. I was buying the “fiber one” bars but they were still too sweet. I hope Amazon finds a way to replenish stock before my 10 boxes run out. I keep sharing them to let other folks give them a try.
I’ve decided to try and be as natural as I can be. That of course means eating lots of fruits and veggies, but I still love to snack. These are very good, nothing artificial and a good peanut buttery taste, not too sweet. I would recommend these definitely.
My favorite granola bar
This is the tastiest and healthiest granola bar I have eaten. It is very low in sugar(5g), has a decent amount of fiber(4g), and provides just the right amount of protein(7g) for only 140 calories for people who don’t need or want a high protein bar. The peanuts taste fresh and crunchy, and the honey adds just the right amount of sweetness.
Bottom line: Great taste without lots of sugar or any artificial sweeteners.
These are pretty tasty, and I don’t like most nutrition bars. I eat them for an early morning breakfast. They don’t taste too sweet, yet not overly healthy either. Just a really yummy-peanutty flavor.
Dry and Tasteless Sums It Up
I enjoy several different varieties of Kashi snack bars but I really expect something that is not only made with fresh ingredients to taste like the ingredients they are made with. These are very dry and have minimal flavor, so I will eat the rest of them but will not reorder.
Mmmmm peanut butter
I’ve had these and there very good. Look forward to having them as a snack. Pretty cheap to buy at Target. Would buy them again.
Good stuff at a great price
These are good granola bars. We buy them at the grocery store but are way cheaper here. The only problem is sometimes they get very hard (the grocery store ones are softer). I’m not sure if that’s from shipping here in a cold climate or what. Also, the expiration date can be very close. I was getting low on the bars and then ordered more and realized the expirate date is coming up in a few weeks when the last case had a later date. So it makes me wonder how fresh these are.