Why You’ll Love It
About This Brand
Sunflower seeds, bananas, prunes, Cricket Flour (Acheta Domesticus), chicory root fiber, banana chips (bananas, coconut oil, honey, natural banana flavor), flaxseeds, vanilla extract, spices, sea salt, natural banana flavor. CONTAINS: Coconut. If you have a crustacean shelfish allergy, you may be allergic to crickets. Manufactured in a facility that also processed peanuts, tree nuts, wheat, milk, soy, and egg.
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Reviews For Banana Nut Bread
Based on 9 Reviews
Not the banana nut bread I'm used to. Very hard to swallow. Try a bar first if you can before buying a box.
These are ok, but not great.
never know there's crickets
We wanted a dairy, legume, and egg free protein bar. These have good flavor. They are very oily though.
These are absolutely delicious, and not a trace of cricket taste. They are a tasty, chewy, satisfying treat, with extra nutrition as a side benefit. I am extremely impressed!
These bars a delightfully chewy and taste really good. There's absolutely no taste of crickets or even anything slightly off, so if you're hesitating because of that, don't!
this is my favorite flavor! Moist, sweet and nutty
Love the idea of a non-meat protein source, they are very tasty and satisfying, not too crickety.
I like the flavor and texture of these bars. They are moist and delicious. I love the idea of sustainable protein from crickets too.
Another great product from Exo - I hope they make this flavor part of the regular line
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