Healthy Easter Swaps For A High Protein Diet

By Bari Life Team

Healthy Easter Treats From Bari Life

Here come’s Peter Cotton Tail and all of his candy and goodies to follow next month!

Did you know, Easter is the biggest candy-eating occasion of the year, next to Halloween? According to statistics from the 2019 Easter holiday:

  • $2.5 billion was spent on Easter candy alone
  • 91 million chocolate bunnies sold in the U.S.
  • 16 billion jellybeans consumed (enough to circle the globe 3 times)!
  • 70% of the Easter candy purchased was chocolate

We have countless healthy swaps that are just as delicious and packed with protein to keep you feeling full longer. Stay on track with your weight loss goals and make the switch to on of our high protein bars this Easter holiday.

High Protein Easter Treats Compared to Regular candy bar Chart

  • Caramel Crunch PL-tr

    Chewy Protein Bars - Caramel Crunch

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    Chewy Protein Bars - Caramel Nut

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  • Mint Layered PL-tr

    Chewy Protein Bars - Chewy Chocolate Mint

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  • PL Peanut Butter Layered Bar-tr

    Chewy Protein Bars - Peanut Butter

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    Chewy Protein Bars - Rockie Road

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