Net Free Protein Bars (Do they exist?) - Peanut Allergy Information

Net Free Protein Bars (Do they exist?)

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I am looking for a nut free protein bar. I have looked for years and now that I found this form I thought I would ask.

Preferably a bar with >15g of protein, but please respond with anything you have. I rather not go to getting protein shakes, but if I have too, I will.

On Mar 12, 2007

hiya -

Aller-energy bars: they can send you samples. Only 3g of protein. [url="http://www.allerenergy.com/Store.html"]http://www.allerenergy.com/Store.html[/url]

Clif gels and shot-blocks: you can call and check these, but they have no warnings. [url="http://www.clifbar.com/eat/shot_family.cfm?location=shot"]http://www.clifbar.com/eat/shot_family.cfm?location=shot[/url]

Kashi GoLean Vanilla Shake mix (I don't like protein shakes, but these are really good...gotta shake 'em like heck, add some ice, shake more, and let sit in the fridge for 30 minutes...then are good to go) [url="http://www.kashi.com/ourfood/GOLEAN/Shakes/Default.aspx"]http://www.kashi.com/ourfood/GOLEAN/Shakes/Default.aspx[/url]

Boost shakes (in bottles): [url="http://www.boost.com/boosthpliqcons.html"]http://www.boost.com/boosthpliqcons.html[/url]

Otherwise, I've never found another peanut-treenut free energy bar. I think there are Odwalla bars that don't have peanuts/tree nuts and no warnings...but someone on here called and it seemed there was risk of cross-x.

good luck! Adrienne

------------------ 30-something survivor of severe peanut/tree nut allergy

On Mar 12, 2007

Enjoy Life foods snack bars (2g protein):

[url="http://www.enjoylifefoods.com"]http://www.enjoylifefoods.com[/url]

NoNuttin' Bars (2.1-2.3g protein):

[url="http://www.nonuttin.com"]http://www.nonuttin.com[/url]

On Mar 13, 2007

Ehhhhh thanks a lot guys but those bars have no where near as much protein as I need. Its hard I guess to get that much proteins without the use of nuts because nuts=protein.

I am looking into Optimum Nutrition Whey Protein Gold for my shake. I hear its very good and not bad tasting.

On Mar 13, 2007

ViperViper- are you a body builder? I commented to my husband the other day that "there is a small market for nut free protein bars", and he replied "is this a business opportunity for us?"

Our DD is PA and he works out w/ weights and has daily protein shakes and eats the Cliff bars. We don't have the peanut ones in the house, but he does eat the non nut ones at home (but not when she is around).

We've looked, as far as we know, there are no nut free high protein bars on the market.

He mixes the protein powder w/ orange juice and has several brands that he rotates among.

On Mar 17, 2007

I am not a "body builder" but I want to get into shape. Ever since college started, I have not been eating as good as I was in high school, and I need a lot more protein.

On Mar 17, 2007

Can you eat jerky? I buy jerky w/out nitrates etc from Whole Foods Market for DH. They have beef, turkey and buffalo options.

By ma2278 on Mar 14, 2011

Did you ever produce these protein bars????? I have been seriously weight training for over 3 years now and I need a low carb high protein bar without nuts. Please send any info!!

By candiceimwalle on Dec 10, 2010

I have a bar that is 24gs of protein, peanut free, dairy free, gluten free, egg free, whey free, soy free, low sugar (less than 5gs), and low carb (less than 10gs). I am in the process of having my website built for the bars to be ordered on line. If you would like more info, please email me at caic@cox.net

By PA Mommy on Apr 5, 2011

Did you check out the Meta Balls at vermont nut-free chocolates? I don't know the protein content off-hand, but they are very good and safe for PA/TNA.

By Samantha418 on May 4, 2011

This is great! I always thought allergy bars were off limits to me!

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