If you’ve scrolled through Instagram (mine in particular) this year you’ll know that Nákd bars are huge right now. They’re everywhere, and for good reason.
nakd bars have become my go-to snack. Recently, I’ve been trying to cram as much exercise as possible into my one hour lunch break in the form of a good few miles of power walking (which is going really well by the way, I totally recommend you use your lunchbreak for physical activity!). When I get back to the office, I’m ravenous, like hangry. Luckily for my colleagues, I’ve always got a couple of nakd bars stashed in my handbag because they’re the perfect refuelling snack.
couple of snaps from my insta
I think the biggest thing these bars have going for them is the fact that there really is no bullshit hiding inside that wrapper. I’ve been avoiding packaged foods like the plague, particularly since Joanna Blythman’s recent revelations, but I feel safe with nakd bars. If you check the back of the label you’ll see the ingredients printed big and bold, some fruit, some nuts, maybe some natural flavouring, and that’s it. Always. That’s not to say that they’re totally angelic, being mostly date-based, they do pack a mild punch of naturally occurring sugar – but it’s not hidden, it’s not sneaky, and it’s not gross and processed.
my all time favourite flavour
If this is somehow the first time you’ve heard of nakd bars and you just can’t wait to get your hands on one, you can check out the full range of cereal bars on the Natural Balance Food website. You’ll also find Trek bars there, which I know my Mum has been a fan of on her rambles! Anyway, the first flavour you need to try is bakewell tart, I can’t stress that enough, it’s so good.
If you liked this post, make sure you share it with your friends and let @nakd know that you just can’t wait to try the bakewell tart flavour!
I was sent a mixed case of nakd bars to try before writing this post – but have been a fan of them for a l0ng time!