Fitjoy Homemade Pumpkin Pie Bar Review
[b][size=5][color=orange] Pumpkin Pie Fitjoy Protein bar Review [/b][/size][/color]
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Homemade Pumpkin Pie - Right away on your first bite you get the actual pumpkin puree flavoring. Not only is this the dominant flavor it overpowers the glaze and little nuts you see coated on top of the bar. There are no real major signs of cinnamon, ginger, clove, nutmeg or other pumpkin pie like flavorings throughout the bar. The glaze does provide a very minor aftertaste of vanilla, but it is hard to recognize with how dominant the pumpkin puree flavoring is throughout the bar. While this is a good bar, I would rank it above Quest (which is not saying much) because that was not a great pumpkin bar IMO.
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The Fitjoy bar is on the softer side for a protein bar. Think about similar to a Quest bar in consistency. These do have a softer inside then a quest bar offers to keep them on the lighter side. These are no where near as soft as a Mission 1 MuscleTech bar, but would be a step up in thickness and density. These are soft out of the wrapper and very easy to enjoy if you like to have them straight up.
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Fitjoy Pumpkin Pie has:
A very reasonable caloric dense bar. While it may not be as light as some on the market, it is also not a bar that will break the bank caloric wise. This is a middle of the road calorie bar. There are no hydrogenated oil's that may scare some people or soy protein involved so Fitjoy offers a very good profile for a protein bar.
The Price range is around 24-27$ a box. While these are still making their way into retailers it is hard to say the final cost given promotions and discounts of a new item. Overall this is very straight forward and standard across the protein bar market. So yes these are cost effective and competitive to the other big brands out there such as Quest, Oh Yeah, Grenade, Combat Crunch etc.