Baby Bars review plus discount

Cherry ripe brownie anyone?

Have you ever wanted your favourite chocolate bar to come in a healthier option? Recently, Baby Bars launched a new bake at home mix flavour – Cherry, Coconut and Cacao Bars which was a hit in our house (and at school). I was sent a pack to try and not only does it contain great ingredients, it’s delicious and super easy to mix, but they also store really well either in an airtight container or freeze them for later.

These delicious bars are great for toddlers, brilliant for kids school lunches, an after school snack or even for yourself! They are nut free, dairy free, egg free, have no nasties and no added sugar!

My kids regularly take things we bake together to school and now have kids putting in requests! The Cherry, Coconut and Cacao bars from Baby Bars were an absolute hit with everyone that tried them. They were firm but soft, moist but not gooey and basically the perfect combination of flavours, not too sweet but still made the kids feel like they were getting a naughty treat.

Each mix makes 16 bars, take only a few minutes to mix together and 35 minutes to bake, plus all you need is 2 bananas and milk (use coconut, soy or similar for dairy free).

Combine the milk, banana and cherries and blitz (it doesn’t need to be super smooth). Add it to the dry mix and stir until just combined. Pop in the tray and bake.

How simple is that?

Other Flavours
While the Cherry, Coconut and Cacao is my favourite flavour, there are others:
Banana, Date and Coconut
Berry, Oat and Chia
Apple, Coconut and Almond

Muesli and Yoghurt Bars

Mixes are $8.90 each or you can get a 3 pack for $24.90 or a 4 pack for $31.90.

Super Bonus Discount!!!
Do you want 20% off? We have an exclusive code for readers of The Thrifty Issue to get 20% off at Baby Bars.

Simply use the code THRIFTY to get the discount applied and try these delicious treats for yourself.

What flavour would you love to try?

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