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Huel: Bar

Huel: Bar

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Bar is a Ready to Eat meal replacement made in the UK by Huel. Shipping is available internationally. Read on


£10/$10 off first order.



Pricing......

100 Kcal £0.65
Snack
400 Kcal £2.60
Meal
2000 Kcal £13.00
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Bar is a nutritionally complete Ready to Eat meal replacement made in the UK by Huel. Shipping is available internationally.

Meal sizes are typically 200Kcal with a suggested serving size of 69g and provide 8g fat, 12g protein and 18.0g carbohydrates, with 4.9g fibre.

When it comes to taste; Bar is available as chocolate, chocolate orange, coffee caramel, Salted Caramel.





The Huel Bar is the latest iteration of nutritionally complete foods, just in a chewy format. The bars have been formulated by the same Registered Nutritionist who brought you Huel, so you can be confident you’re consuming quality nutrition. Whether you’re on the go, in a rush, having a meal or fancy a snack, Huel bar is a convenient and tasty alternative to the Huel powder.

Balanced macronutrient profile and all 26 essential vitamins and minerals.

Huel Bars contain all the 26 essential vitamins and minerals your body needs to thrive, a balanced macro split of 38:32:24:6 (carbohydrate, protein, fat, fibre) and provide 250kcal per bar.

Cocoa & Orange, Cocoa, Coffee, Salted Caramel. Four delicious flavours to choose from.

We have been working hard to give our Huel Bar v3.0 a softer, richer and more delicious texture. The Huel Bars come in three fantastic flavours: Cocoa & Orange with sweet orange oil and cacao nibs, Cocoa, our first bar, made with real cacao nibs, and Coffee with real roasted coffee.

Sustainable ingredients. Oats, peas, rice, coconut, date, flaxseed.

Each Huel Bar is made using oat flour and rolled oats, pea and brown rice protein, cocoa powder, coconut, date syrup and flaxseed. We add a unique blend of essential vitamins and minerals, giving you a balanced nutritionally complete snack..



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Average Score: 7.94/10 after 3 reviews



laurenmcg
"Favourite complete food brand, but bars are least favourite product"
December 22, 2018 @ 01:07

Only tried cocoa. Better taste than most other protein/energy bars.
Prefered the crumbly, less sticky version 1.0 bar.
Very filling, and I normally only have 1/2!
Cheaper than other CF and protein bars, but not good value for money compared to powder and granola. Recommend snacking on dry granola – or very cheap wholefood/protein/paleo bars and having powder/granola as rest of diet.
Ingredients and nutritional profile are not as good as powder/granola or some of the other bars (e.g. Jake).

tionoll
"Nice kcal size"
May 7, 2017 @ 15:04

The texture is not really up my taste, in comparision to feed and wundrbar it’s a bit more difficult to eat.

Will probably not ever be my favourite, but lets see in a few months 😛

tppp
"Enjoyable, but not addictive (which is a good thing)"
December 22, 2016 @ 16:58

First order of these arrived this morning and I’m enjoying them so far. The taste is neutral cacao, kind of like a dark chocolate flavour of hot chocolate drinks. I like it. Subtle at first and actually quite potent after a few bites. They’re kind of ‘basic’ in terms of taste and texture, and aren’t particularly morish – but they’re definitely very easy to eat and I’m really happy with the nutritional profile.

I was concerned that they were too dry at first, I’m used to sticky sweet protein bars and flapjacks but I think Huel have struck a really good balance between the nutritional profile and dryness and to make it more moist would mean using more sweeter ingredients to bind the mixture together – something I’m glad they didn’t do.

Ingredients are of a high quality, as normal for Huel’s products and overall I think it’s pleasant enough for me to eat as a snack, but not so pleasant that I’d overindulge and they’re definitely going into my daily nutritional rotation.

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