Fruttare Review and Giveaway

We were provided the bars to review, but all opinions are 100% our own! 

 

 

Content provided in partnership with Fruttare.

Summer may be winding down (at least in some areas – it’s supposed to be over 90 here today!) but that doesn’t stop us from indulging in cold sweet treats. Who are we kidding though – nothing would stop us from that indulgence!  When we were contacted by Fruttare to try out some of their bars, I was really excited about it because we’d been eyeing them up in the store for the past months and just hadn’t gotten around to trying them yet.

Strawberry Frutarre

Anything with real juice and actual fruit in it is a winner in our book so we were pretty sure we would like them before we even tried them. We tried the strawberry flavored bar and these things are now our go to frozen treat. Not only are they delicious, but they’re only 60 calories which makes them really diet friendly (or just easier to justify having more than one.)

We’re headed back to the store soon to get their mango, peaches and milk or coconut and milk bars because we need a little bit more variety of this deliciousness. Below are the other flavors that they have: 

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One of the things that we love about these bars are they are really soft, almost gelato like. Most frozen treats / popsicles are pretty frozen solid and impossible to bite into (unless you don’t have sensitive teeth and if that’s the case, lucky you!) – but these are completely the opposite. They seem extra tasty just for their texture alone. Not sure if all of the bars are like this, but we’re hoping so because they aren’t like any other frozen bars we’ve had!

Have you tried them yet? If so, we’d love to hear what flavor(s) you like! But if you haven’t had the chance to test them out yet, or you just like them as much as we do . . .

We have an opportunity for you to win a box!

 

Win a box of Fruttare Bars!

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