YuBi Plant-Based Protein Bar - Speculoos Flavour (35g)
YuBi plant-based protein chocolate bars were lovingly created to offer bars that are not only delicious but low calorie, low sugar and high protein but sympathetic to as many special dietary requirements as possible (they're gluten-free, dairy-free and vegan-friendly!!) and, even more astonishing, amazing value too!!
Speculoos flavour offers a biscuit butter, smoooth silky flavoured base, topped with a layer of delicious caramel, filled with protein crispies and dunked in decadent dairy-free chocolate... if you're an avid 'scoffer of Biscoff then this one is certainly for you, slightly spiced and perfectly sweet and coming in at just 99kcals and only 0.3g of sugar, and yet still managing to cram in an impressive 10g plant-based protein!
'Yu' better believe it! Great flavour, great taste and great value... the gorgeous dinky YuBi Protein Bars are guilt-free on all fronts, prepare to fall in love!
Why YuBi Plant-Based Protein Bars?!
- Gluten & Dairy-Free
- Too-good-to-be-true chocolate candy bar flavour
- Less than 100 calories
- Low Sugar
- High Protein (10g per 35g bar!)
YuBi Plant Based Protein Bar Speculoos Flavour
Ingredients & Nutritional Information:
|Typical Value||Per Bar (35g)||Per 100g|
|Energy||412kJ / 99kcal||1179kJ / 285kcals|
|of which saturates||1.2g||3.3g|
|of which sugars||0.3g||0.8g|
Ingredients: Plant Protein Blend: (Pea Protein Isolate, SOYA Protein Crispies: (SOYA Protein Isolate, Tapioca Starch, Salt), SOYA Protein Isolate), Sweetener: Maltitol, GLUTEN Free OATS, Chocolate Flavoured Coating With Sweetener (11%): Cocoa Butter, SOYA Flour, Sweetener: Xylitol, Cocoa Mass, Emulsifier: Lecithin, Natural Flavouring., Bulking Agent: Polydextrose Powder, Humectant: Vegetable Glycerine, Beet Fibre, Vegetable Oil, Emulsifier: Lecithin, Natural Flavouring, Thickener: Gum Acacia, Green Tea Extract, Sweetener: Sucralose.
For allergens, please see ingredients marked in BOLD. Also, not suitable for PEANUT, NUTS, SESAME seed, SOY & sulphite allergy sufferers. Excessive consumption may lead to laxative effects.