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February 03, 2009

Q.bel Chocolate Candy Bars

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Recently Q.bel sent me a selection of their all natural chocolate bars to try and I have to say that I was quite impressed! The bars come in 6 varieties -- milk, dark and milk/peanut butter Wafer rolls and milk, dark and milk/peanut butter crispy rice wafer bars.

These bars are all natural and made with ingredients that I'm not scared to eat -- no hydrogenated oils or HFCS, no artificial colors or flavors and real chocolate. In addition, the calories in a package are reasonable. For instance, my favorite was the Dark Chocolate Wafer Rolls which come 2 in a package and are 120 calories.

So, how do they taste -- wonderful! The chocolate is rich and tasty without being too sweet. It is smooth and contrasts nicely with the super crisp wafers. The peanut butter varieties are fresh and nutty -- only slightly sweet.

If I'm going to reach for a candy bar, this is what I would want. In fact, my husband and daughter have tried them and like them too. If you'd like to try them, leave me a comment. They sent me quite a few candy bars and I'm going to send some out to 2 lucky winners.  (US addresses only please, unless you want to chip in some for shipping,)

Q.bel chocolate bars are available at Whole Foods.

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Ooh, those look good!

Those look great! May Canadians enter?

They look awesome! I'm throwing my hat in the chocolate ring. :)

Did you say chocolate? I love chocolate!!

Please consider me in the running. Chocolate...mmmm.

Please include me! I'm ready for something different. Thanks so much!

Mmmmmm Chocolate. I'd like to be included, please.

Did you say giveaway???

Ohh- I'd love to try those. And no Whole Foods around here. Poo!

I need to get to the Whole Foods in St. Paul soon. This looks yummy!

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