You know me and my need for awesome snacks, right? A girl on the go looks for health and portability when packing foods for later consumption. So when Bare Fruit offered up the chance to test out a case of their apple chips and dried fruits, I couldn't turn them down.
Such is not the case with Bare Fruit. It's plain as can be, made only with whatever sugar is already in the fruit. I pretty much chowed on the mango as soon as I saw it in the box, and I packed the apricots in my bag for consumption at work this morning.
Let's move from chewy to crunchy.
Currently, I'm loving them because 1) Bare Fruit sent me these awesome apple goodies, and 2) I got a sweet deal on some Fujis at my local grocery store.
Random fact: I have never, ever liked apple juice, though. It's unexplainable.
Back to the apple chips. Just like the dried fruits, the only ingredient listed on the bag is the apple itself. So here's my only complaint: The bags themselves don't really come with a lot of servings. So that might make this product a tad bit expensive. I opened the bag and thought it looked quite empty. Just with the chips, though. Not the dried fruits...those bags seemed quite full, actually.
Anyway. I served myself some apple chips right next to my favorite salad for lunch today. And, yes...they all tasted differently.
Find out for yourself: Head on over to the Bare Fruit page on Facebook and enter their giveaway, which is co-hosted by yours truly. One lucky winner will get their very own case of Bare Fruit products. This nifty little QR code will take you there, if that's your thing:
This contest ends on Friday, April 22, 2013. Bare Fruit will announce one winner on their Facebook page, and I'll duplicate that announcement here.
Question: What is your favorite variety of apple and how do you like to eat it.