What every flavor of Zing tastes like

A pocket guide to flavor.

Balanced eating requires all-natural substances. This is what separates good bars from bad ones. Just because it comes in a package with protein DOES NOT mean that it is good for you. If you can’t pronounce it, you probably should eat it. The best way to consume food is in its most natural form. Any process, from slicing to blending, reduces the nutritional value of the food. It’s super important to consider the sugar content of the bar you are eating as many come packed with a candy bars worth of sweetness. Zing, is a high protein and fiber bar that uses low-glycemic sweeteners and contains heart-healthy fats from nut butters. Each bar is wheat, gluten and soy free. Every flavor is rich with depth. You will surely want more than one at a time.

We received a box of every flavor, I tried every flavor and decided to rank my Top 5. I’ve also included some easy pairings to turn your quick bar into a delicious meal. Eat smart. Budget hungry.

5. Oatmeal Chocolate Chip 

Tastes Like: Hometown Buffet.

Great With: Grapes and orange juice.

4.  Double Nut Brownie

Tastes Like: Gooey chocolate deliciousness.

Great With: Banana.

3.  Almond Blueberry 

Tastes Like: Jiffy blueberry cornbread with butter.

Great With: A handful of cranberries. Trust. It creates this Starbucks Cranberry Bliss flavor that is sexy and rich.

2. Dark Chocolate Mint 

Tastes Like: York Peppermint Patties. You get the sensation. Larry Holmes style.

Great With: Coconut chia pudding. Dirty Chai tea with coconut milk.

1. Lemon Cashew Crunch

Tastes Like: Spring walks under the Oak trees while eating Bit O Honey. This bar also packs the most protein at 15 grams.

Great With: Lemon water. Blackberries and more nut butter.

 

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