Vegan Protein Bar

$2.95
EACH
Rated 4.85 out of 5 stars
99%
of respondents would recommend this to a friend
Plant-based, protein packed
  • Satiating and satisfying
  • Long-lasting energy
  • Delicious flavors
SKU: FBVR

BENEFITS:

Vegans and omnivores alike will enjoy fulfilling their protein needs with delicious, nutrient-dense, all-organic Vegan Protein Bars. While Chocolate Peanut is smooth and sweet (think: vegan peanut butter cups!), Almond Cacao is subtly roasted with just a touch of salt. Both flavors offer a potent blend of healthy, organic pea and Sacha Inchi protein. Like Raw Energy Hammer Bars, they’re non-GMO, soy, gluten, and grain-free.

Application:
Use as a pre-exercise meal, post-workout/race recovery food, or healthy snack any time.

Usage Instructions:
Used occasionally during extended workouts and races, Vegan Protein Bars are an ideal solid food choice, augmenting the other Hammer Nutrition fuels perfectly.

Notes:
Depending on the flavor, each Vegan Protein Bar contains between 220-230 calories, 18-24 grams of carbohydrates (none from refined sugar), 13-14 grams of protein, and 11-12 grams of healthy fats. When a solid food choice is desired, Vegan Protein Bar satisfies your hunger in ideal fashion without excess, empty calories.

After workouts or races, if solid food is desired, or when the use of Vegan Recoverite is not practical, Vegan Protein Bar is a superb post-workout/race food, providing high-quality carbohydrates and protein in an ideal 3:1 ratio.

Almond Cacao

Vegan Protein Bar
Almond Cacao
Nutrition Facts
Serving Size one bar (56g)
 Amount Per Serving% DV*
Calories250
Total Fat11g14%
Saturated Fat2.5g13%
Trans Fat0g
Cholesterol0mg0%
Sodium35mg2%
Total Carbohydrate22g8%
Fiber3g11%
Sugars12g
Added Sugars11g22%
Protein15g
Vitamin D0%
Calcium4%
Iron6%
Potassium2%
*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Certified Organic Ingredients: Prebiotic Fiber Syrup, Almond Butter, Pea Protein, Cacao Nibs, Sacha Inchi Protein, Stevia Extract.
CONTAINS ALMONDS.
Caution: May contain pieces of date pits, stems, nut shells, or seeds. Do not use if wrapper is tampered with or damaged.
Manufactured in a facility that processes nuts, tree nuts, peanuts, soy, wheat and dairy (milk).

Choc. Peanut

Vegan Protein Bar
Chocolate Peanut
Nutrition Facts
Serving Size one bar (57g)
 Amount Per Serving% DV*
Calories230
Total Fat12g15%
Saturated Fat3.5g18%
Trans Fat0g
Cholesterol0mg0%
Sodium10mg0%
Total Carbohydrate24g9%
Fiber12g43%
Sugars8g
Added Sugars7g14%
Protein14g
Vitamin D0%
Calcium0%
Iron6%
Potassium2%
*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Certified Organic Ingredients: Peanut Butter, Prebiotic Fiber Syrup, Pea Protein, Chocolate Coating (Unsweetened Chocolate, Cane Sugar, Cocoa Butter) Sacha Inchi Protein, Stevia Extract.
CONTAINS PEANUTS.
Caution: May contain pieces of date pits, stems, nut shells, or seeds. Do not use if wrapper is tampered with or damaged.
Manufactured in a facility that processes nuts, tree nuts, peanuts, soy, wheat and dairy (milk).

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Most Liked Positive Review

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Vegan recovery bar is convenient

I typically make a Recoverite/vegan protein smoothie after a workout, but the bars are convenient when I'm in a rush, away from home, or out of coconut milk. The Hammer vegan products are high quality and delicious. Keep adding more vegan products to the Hammer line (e.g. Recoverite w/vegan protein)...

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Most Liked Negative Review

Rated 3 out of 5 stars

Chocolate Peanut is better than market available vegan bar's

I would have given the Vegan Protein Bar 3.5 stars had that been an option, overall I like the Chocolate Peanut flavor best and find it to be better than supermarket available vegan bars. I would give the Chocolate Peanut bar 5 stars if it offered more protein and less fat and sugar while keeping ne...

Reviewed by 99 customers

My go to protein bar

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

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By Cheryl

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Verified Buyer

I have to say I LOVE LOVE LOVE this vegan protein bar (and all of Hammar's non-soy-based vegan proteins). It's one of the few bars I can eat during my several hours long bicycle rides and don't get a stomach ache. Is it the tastiest bar on the planet? No, it's not a Cliff Bar but it tastes pretty good and the nutrition can't be beat. Very digestible and high quality.

Merchant Response

Thanks for the review, keep the long rides coming!

The vegan protein bar is a staple in training

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

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By Amy

From WA

As a vegan, I rely on the Hammer Vegan Protein bar as a vital part of my nutrition before, during and after my training workouts. No other Vegan protein bar has come close. I've trained and competed in two full Ironman triathlons having this product as my #1 for providing protein, energy and great taste, along with being vegan. Thanks Hammer from The Blue Mountain Endurance Club (and personally from me). I don't know what I do without the convenience, great taste, and nutrition of this bar.

The vegan protein bar is a staple in training

Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend to a friend

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Great option for gluten-free and/or vegan athletes

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

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By Henry

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Verified Buyer

As an endurance athlete who has Celiac Disease and moving toward a plant-based diet, my healthy options for recovery can be somewhat limited. I rely on Hammer's gluten-free vegan bars to get me a healthy – and tasty — mix of protein and carbs after my long runs and races. The bars are easy to digest and help my body begin to recover between the time a run finishes and when I get a real meal. And they make great snacks when I need a boost in those mid-afternoons at the office when I am day-dreaming about getting back on the trails.

Merchant Response

Hi Henry, we're so happy to hear that the bars are working well for you - fully gluten free of course!

Will eat many more

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

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By David

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Protein bar without that funny protein taste found with other bars. Great for recovery.

Cannot live without it

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

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By David

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Verified Buyer

I sampled this bar from a hammerhead in my cycling group. Could not believe how good it tasted and have ordered them for ten years. Perfect an hour or two before a Remote or rural marathon where breakfast choices are limited and excellent for that 3 pm energy boost.

Merchant Response

When you find something this good, sometimes its hard not to talk about it!

Q&A

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Did pumpkin protein replace rice protein in the almond cacao vegan protein bar?

Asked by markboz
Verified Reply - Hammer SteveIn 2016 we replaced the rice protein in the Almond Cacao Vegan Protein Bar with organic Sacha Inchi. The protein is derived from the seeds of the South America Plukenetia volubilis plant. Because it contains all nine essential amino acids, sacha inchi is considered a complete protein source. Sacha inchi is also a potent source of the essential omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids. More about this impressive protein source can be found at: https://www.hammernutrition.com/blog/innovation-spotlight-sacha-inchi/
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How much sugar in ea bar?

Asked by Theresa Proszek
Verified Reply - Hammer SteveThe Peanut Butter-Chocolate Vegan Protein Bar contains 24 grams of carbohydrates, 8 grams of which are in the form of short-chain sugars (monosaccharides, disaccharides). The Almond Cacao Vegan Protein Bar contains 18 grams of carbohydrates, 10 grams of which are in the form of short-chain sugars. It is important to note that there is NO added sugar to either of these flavors; the sugar content is what occurs naturally from the ingredients in the bars, primarily the tapioca (complex carbohydrate) component. Remember that the body responds much more favorably to sugar when it's "part of the whole" rather than when it is added as a separate, and oftentimes refined, ingredient.