This Vegan-Friendly Take On Snickers Tastes Just As Good As The Real Thing

It's a good source of fiber and antioxidants!

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Some occasions in life just call for candy bars: Movie nights, breakups, time-of-the-month cravings, and so on. However, even when warranted, excessively snacking on sugary treats can be pretty bad for your health. We know, we know, you didn't need us to tell you that, but don't worry because we're not here to rain on your chocolate parade. In fact, we bring good news. We found a way you can get your candy bar fix without feeling guilty afterwards: Say hello to Healthy Bean's Vegan Snickers Bar!


Inspired by Mars Incorporated's world-famous Snickers bars, this sweet snack has the same jam-packed caramel interior, stick-to-your-teeth chewy texture, and chocolate-coated charm as the original, which is made of nougat, caramel, and peanuts. Instead of sugar level-spiking, high-cholesterol ingredients, Healthy Bean's Snickers are made of healthier alternatives like oats, almonds, dates, organic peanut butter, and coconut milk chocolate, so you get the same nutty, caramel taste without the bad stuff.

Everything on these Snicker bars' ingredient list is plant-based and vegan-friendly, so you can snack on these even if you have a pretty strict diet. The mix of ingredients makes for a good source of healthy fat, antioxidants, and fiber. Plus, these treats contain maca powder, which can boost energy and athletic performance, so you can eat these in conjunction with your workouts!

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Here's a closer look at the nutty, jam-packed bar.
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You can order Healthy Bean's vegan Snickers bars (P390/box of six) through their website.


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