Edy’s Outshine Frozen Fruit Bars: Great Healthy Snacks!

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I’m always looking for healthy snacks. Add in our limited freezer space and I’m always look for a frozen Popsicle that is healthy {uses real fruit or juice and no high-fructose corn syrup} and can replace our ice cubes in a pinch for drinks and smoothies. I found just the thing last week in Edy’s Outshine® frozen fruit bars. We grabbed a couple boxes last week and I’m really happy our whole family loves them! They’ll be a mainstay now for certain, and let me show you why.

As most people, I love exploring the limited-edition seasonal flavors. And the Outshine® Peach variety doesn’t disappoint. Available in warmer months {alongside the Raspberry variety} its downright one of my all-time frozen fruit bar favorites. All the flavor with none of that fuzz, you’ll be amazed that each full-sized bar is fat free and only 90 calories. As the weather gets cooler I’m also looking forward to seeing the Grapefruit and Blood Orange flavors!

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Another great variety that I found were the Coconut Waters™ line. Made with young coconut water and real fruit {pineapple chunks or banana puree} these non-dairy frozen delights make a great way to incorporate more coconut water in your diet. Light and fruity, this excellent source of vitamin C is only 60 calories and fat free as well.

Want to indulge in a creamier coconut version? Then make sure to make room in the freezer for the Outshine® Creamy Coconut fruit bar. With real coconut threaded through, this healthy snack combines skim milk and coconut cream will leave you dreaming of the islands.

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And even more perfect for the kids are the half-size Outshine® fruit bars. Available in both singular and full-sized bars, we love stocking up the smaller size for the perfect kid-sized healthy snack. Big flavor in a smaller size means only 35-45 calories for this Mom too. These are great for grabbing on the go for us and my daughter loves them before her dance class. Its an easy treat for us to take a walk with in this great fall weather or simply cuddling up with the kids to watch a favorite cartoon.

Another great way our family enjoy these great Outshine® fruit bars? Because they’re perfect for replacing ice cubes in our smoothies! One full-sized bar roughly equals about 1/2 a cup of ice cubes. The all fruit nature provides just the flavor burst for popping into our morning or afternoon pick-me-ups. And with having picky kids, I love being able to add extra fruits {and coconut water} wherever I can. I love when healthy eats can be used like this!

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Ready to snack brighter and try Edy’s Outshine Fruit Bars for yourself? You can keep up to date with all the great flavors available in your local stores on the Outshine Facebook fanpage. They love hearing from customers, so if you have a favorite new flavor idea make sure to let them know! You can find them on Twitter as well as calling the Flavor Innovation team at 888-590-3397.

 

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Comments

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    says

    I have never tried these bars, but my kids go through popcycles like they are going out of style now! I’ll try them since their on the healthier side of the snack options! Love your pictures by the way!

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