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Smart Flour (Tapioca Flour, Sorghum Flour, Teff Flour, Amaranth Flour), Fig Paste, Brown Rice Syrup, Dried Cane Syrup, Canola Oil , Rolled Oats, Date Paste, Flax Seed , Citrus Flour (Citrus Fiber, Guar Gum), Oat Fiber, Sea Salt, Citric Acid, Baking Soda.
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Reviews For Gluten Free Fig Bars - Fig
Based on 19 Reviews
These fig bars are pretty tasty and work well for a snack. It's nice that they are individually wrapped in packages of two; great for on-the-go. The texture is a bit dense, and the flavor a bit bland, but I will be buying them again.
Pleasant GF Snack
I buy these for my husband who isn't gluten free but avoids wheat in snack foods. He enjoys these smooth tasting fig bars daily.
I don't have to miss fig cookies any more
Being gluten free it is hard to replace the things I used to love. These are a little dry but what I liked about them was the way they are packaged by twos making them a good snack to pack in a purse or pocket.
- Barbara Zaenglein
Couldn't eat them
Filling was good, but the cookie part was tasteless.
- Janice Cattanach
Fig Bars without gluten. Yea!
We love these fig bars. The filling is delicious and quite thick. And there is no Gluten! When you have to eat gluten free, you are SOOO happy to find something delicious & healthy. Thank you. Waiting for the raspberry to come back - they are great also.
My husband and kids love these. Quality ingredients and great taste.
I miss fig Newtons--these satisfy the craving. Delicious and gluten free. Not grain free, but makes a great treat especially for on the go.
These are amazing, and I can't even tell they are gluten free. They come in two-packs but they are just enough and the packaging makes sure you don't sit down and eat the whole package in one sitting. I highly recommend for travel snacks, and lunch boxes
i prefer the regular fig bar. these gluten-free are way too sweet.
I have a pretty high tolerance for these kinds of snacks and I couldn't even finish them. They're really dry with hardly any flavor. I threw the rest of them away because I couldn't get anyone else to eat them either. There are a lot of better gluten free snacks out there.
Great for kids
My daughter loves
These are great! Different texture than the original non gluten free version, but I don't mind. Great snack for on the go. Appreciate the use of Smart Flour. I know I'm getting more nutrients than most gluten free flours.
Wasn't a huge fan.
I wanted to try the gluten free option of these bars, but unfortunately was very disappointed. They did not taste good to me at all.
I bought these for a friend who was visiting and he loved them! Great flavor and really nice texture. Will buy again and again.
These are so delicious, better than actual Fig Newton's AND made from much healthier ingredients. Love love love
I bought a few boxes of these for my office. And wow- they were gone within a couple days. They're great for an afternoon pick-me-up snack.
Gritty and dry
I loved the regular bars so I thought I would try these. I bought a box of the fig and blueberry GF bars. The texture was like eating sand. Even the fig filling was dry, not moist and chewy like the others. I would recommend trying one before wasting money on a box. I ended throwing out both boxes.
I love these fig bars! I have been on a gluten free diet for as long as I can remember and these fig bars have been my favorite for a long time. They are much more affordable here on Thrive than any place else I've gotten them from and they come to my house very quickly!
- Nikki James
I like Fig Newtons, so I assumed I would like these and they were gluten free so I felt they were worth a shot thanks to now being on a gluten free diet. They are pretty good. A lot less sweet and more natural tasting than fig newtons are which is quite a bit for me to get used to. Overall a good treat.
- Beth Hayes
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