Product Review: Kraft MilkBite Bars

When we were asked if we wanted to sample Kraft’s new MilkBite bars, we jumped at the opportunity. We each received a box each of the strawberry and chocolate flavors, packed inside a little lunchbox size cooler.

MilkBite bars are made with real milk and need to be kept refrigerated (odd, but we gave it a go). Each bar contains the amount of calcium equal to an eight ounce glass of milk and five grams of protein. Essentially, each bar has the nutritional value of a bowl of cereal with milk.

The chocolate bars were sweet and moist with a taste of chocolate in every bite, without being overly chocolatey.

The strawberry bars tasted like a sweet strawberry cereal with a splash of milk. Yes, you can really tell there is liquid milk in there!

Miss Yunks likes to have a bite of something sweet in the morning before she leaves the house and these bars a made a great morning snack, or first breakfast, depending how you look at it. The bars are as filling as a serving size portion of cereal and milk. The only downside is that you can’t carry one in your purse for spontaneous hunger since they need to stay in the fridge. We weren’t sure how we felt about these little guys at first but found ourselves and live-in bfs munching our way through both boxes in no time at all. Yum.

Kraft MilkBite Bars are also available in oatmeal raisin, mixed berry, and peanut butter varieties (AT is all over picking up the PB variety). Find them in the dairy section of your local grocery store.

Kraft MilkBite bars were provided to us free of charge and did not influence our honest opinions.

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