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Protein Bakery Minis

You can buy this large Gift Pail for a great gift.
Bigger is better right??.... Well come to find out there are many things that bigger is never better. My waist line is one of those things and new Protein Bakery Minis is another. The bad thing about a smaller waist is it means that you have to change what you eat. I have found that having a protein filled snack after my evening work out really helps to not only help my muscles heal from the workout but to keep me from craving those "bad" snacks. At 100 calories a piece they are the perfect size to help me not indulge to an unhealthy point. I was lucky enough to get to try a large selection of these new mini both the brownies and the cookies. I have to say my favorite was the Pumpkin Walnut Cookies, which are a new seasonal cookie they have available and will certainly fill you seasonal cravings. Out of the brownies I tried I like the Peanut Butter Chocolate the most.These treats are perfect if you are looking to start a new and healthier you in the upcoming year and would make a great gift if you know someone else who is. Make sure to check out a moment and look through their Gift Packages for that special someone. The Protein Bakery wants to offer up a great way to start your New Year to one of my readers make sure to enter on the Rafflecopter below for your chance to win.
 **I received the above mention products in order to write this review. All views expressed are that of my own and were in no way influenced.**
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Comments

RealtorSD said…
The pumpkin walnut cookies sound great
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Unknown said…
The chocolate chip blondies look awesome!
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Kels said…
Pumpkin Walnut Blondies!!! OH MY GOSH! YUMMY!!!
Jan Messali said…
I'd love the Oatmeal Chocolate Chip cookies.
Jen Haile said…
Pumpkin Walnut Blondie!
Megan Parsons said…
Peanut Butter White Chip Cookie
Mary Mirvis said…
The peanut butter brownie looks delicious!
Melissa said…
I have always loved Oatmeal Raisin Cookies so I want to try the Ginger Oatmeal Raisin Cookie
Maria K said…
I would like to try the Pumpkin Walnut Chocolate Chip Cookies.
Barb K. said…
I would like the Pumpkin Walnut Blondie look good.
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Unknown said…
I would like the peanut butter chocolate chip.
KaciOhio said…
Oatmeal chocolate chip looks great to me
Kaci Guis.Harrison
The Chocolate Chocolate White Chocolate Chip looks oh-so yummy!

Thank you for this awesome giveaway :)
Anonymous said…
Ginger Oatmeal Raisin cookie:)

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Audra Weathers said…
The peanut butter white chip cookies sound awesome.
night1836 said…
The Coconut Walnut Dark Chocolate Chip Blondies sound scrumptious! :D
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Everything looks amazing! I'd really love to try the Espresso Chip Brownie!

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mediaworm said…
Espresso with cappicino chips and the coconut, walnuts with dark chocolate chips they were two that really stood out but then they all look so delicious. Tank you for the giveaway. Happy Holidays!
Angie said…
The walnut brownies.
LizNoVeggieGirl said…
Peanut Butter Chocolate sounds perfect to me.
Helga said…
the blondies look yummy
Cori Westphal said…
I love the sound of the Black and White Brownies!

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Rusthawk said…
Chocolate Chocolate White Chocolate Chip are my favorites.
tammy saylor said…
I think the Ginger Oatmeal Raisin Cookie look yummy.
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Jessica Hager said…
Peanut Butter Brownie sounds great!
Ivan said…
Espresso Brownie with Cappuccino Chips
Unknown said…
I would like to try the walnut brownie's. Thanks. :)

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