Whether or not we find ourselves hiking through redwoods or waiting on a long layover at an airport, we inevitably want something satisfying to munch on. I was thrilled when Pamela’s came out with a snack bar that’s more akin to a fresh baked treat (a healthy one) than a dry, nutty granola bar. Pamela’s Gluten Free Whenever Bars are ideal for travel, and surprisingly filling. A good source of fiber, the bars are also non dairy and sweetened with agave and coconut. The four flavors listed above are equally tasty and all worth trying.

{CLOSED} PRODUCT GIVEAWAY! Comment on this post by next Tuesday, November 8th at 5pm and be entered to win the above 4 box assortment plus a bag of her famous gluten free pancake mix! TWO random winners will be selected (must have a US mailing address).

*Please note Pamela’s Gluten Free Whenever Bars contain eggs and nuts.

  11 Responses to “Pamela’s Whenever Bars”

  1. This is awesome! . . . My local health food store and the WFoods doesn’t carry these. I had no idea Pamela’s made bars.

    Thanks for the heads up, always looking for a filling treat.

  2. These look delicious, I love Pamela’s! Thanks!

  3. Ah I would LOVE to win this! I recently found out I’m gluten intolerant and I’m looking for new products but it’s getting expensive!

  4. I’d love to try these!

  5. I would very much like to try these bars. As they are by Pamela’s they are bound to be good.

  6. What a great contest! Hope to be able to try these out soon! :)

  7. Yummy! These look like a good snack to take to campus! Looking forward to keeping an eye open for these at the grocery store :)

  8. I saw these in a small health food store on the Upper East Side of NYC and wondered why they were not in our SF area stores….a good addition to the other gf bars, not as sweet, more satisfying than a cookie. And they didn’t fall apart on my long trip to Australia!

  9. I would love to try these!

  10. Pamelas products are my absolute fav! I work at whole foods and constantly take newbe GF people to their stuff!

  11. What a wonderful source, thanks for the info.

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