Kraft MilkBite Milk and Granola Bars Review – review and nutritional info for Kraft MilkBite granola bars. KRAFT MilkBite Milk and Granola Bars is a new granola snack bar that is made with real milk and calcium to provide the same calcium as an 8oz. glass of milk. When KRAFT contacted me to see if I would be interested in a sneak preview, I was definitely interested. I like to explore calcium rich options in all kinds of foods.
The new KRAFT MILKBITE Bars will be launching on February 13th. KRAFT is positioning them as a wholesome alternative to existing bars, and a deliciously different snacking experience the whole family can enjoy. I appreciate this because not only do I look for calcium rich foods for my kids, but I also look for myself.
KRAFT send me two flavors of the KRAFT KRAFT MilkBite Milk and Granola Bars – chocolate and strawberry. Of course I thought I would favor the chocolate KRAFT MILKBITE Bars, but I surprisingly preferred the strawberry. KRAFT MILKBITE Bars are also available in peanut butter, mixed berry, and oatmeal raisin.
KRAFT KRAFT MilkBite Milk and Granola Bars are big in flavor, but not necessarily low in fat. The chocolate bar I sampled has 6g of fat. If the calcium intake has value to you, it could be worth it. KRAFT MILKBITE Bars don’t have any offensive or odd aftertaste. I liked the KRAFT MILKBITE Bars as a snack, and so did my children. It doesn’t taste as great as a Snickers bar or have a low-fat appeal like other granola bars but they do offer great taste with a calcium punch. I’m anxious to see how they’re priced as I would consider buying them for the family to snack on.
KRAFT MILKBITE Bars can be found in the dairy aisle or refrigerated case. Each KRAFT MILKBITE Milk & Granola Bar combines real milk with whole grain granola and other tasty and nutritious ingredients like fruit or roasted nuts, while offering 30% of your daily recommended value of calcium.
Kraft Milk Bite Milk and Granola Bars (Strawberry)
Total Fat: 5g
Sat Fat: 2.5g
Calories: 140 (50 from fat)