Carb Killa White Chocolate Cookie: All the fun of white chocolate with an impressive protein punch
Triple layered and deliciously crunchy, you'll find it hard to resist these Grenade Carb Killa® White Chocolate Cookie Bars! Each 60g bar contains a huge 22g of protein with only 2g of sugar – the healthy opposite of your regular chocolate bar.
Enjoy these high protein treats when those mid-morning munchies hit, post-workout, or simply as a guilt-free treat. They also provide you with protein after a workout.
Each Grenade Carb Killa® Protein Bar is made using a special baking process for a softer, crunchier texture. They’re made totally delicious with their triple layers that are filled with crunchy 'crispies', all coated in milk chocolate. With its low sugar content, this bar really is the perfect high-protein, guilt-free snack.
Not suitable for vegetarians
|Per 60g Serving:|
|Energy||899kj / 215kcal|
|Of which saturates||4.1g|
|Of which sugars||2.0g|
|Of which polyols||12.7g|
|Energy||1498kj / 358kcal|
|Of which saturates||6.9g|
|Of which sugars||3.3g|
|Of which polyols||21.2g|
Grenade Carb Killa should be consumed as part of a balanced diet. Product contains more than 10g/100g polyols: excessive consumption may cause laxative effects.
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Milk protein, Milk chocolate (Sweetener Maltitol; Cocoa Butter, Whole Milk Powder, Cocoa Mass, Emulsifier (Soy Lecithin), Flavours) 18.3%, Bulking Agent (Polydextrose), Gelatine Hydrolysate, Humectat (Glycerol), Soy Crisp (Soy Protein, Low Fat Cocoa, Tapioca Starch), Soy Crisps (Soy protein, Tapioca Starch, Salt), Cocoa Butter, Soy Oil, Palm Fat, Xylitol, Skimmed Milk Powder, Low Fat Cocoa, Cream Powder (Contains Milk), Salt, Emulsifier (Soy Lecithin), Flavours (Contains Milk), Sweetener (Sucralose)
For allergens, see ingredients in bold
GMO Free. No Hydrogenated Oils
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The Grenade Carb Killa Bar White Chocolate Cookie 60g contains milk products and is therefore unsuitable for anyone following a vegan diet.
Each of the Grenade Carb Killa Bar White Chocolate Cookie 60g contains 22g of protein. Alongside this, it contains just 2g of sugar.
A regular chocolate bar might be closer to the other way around, making this a great choice for a protein-rich snack.
Because protein is the building block of muscles, eating enough of it can help to maintain muscle mass and promote muscle growth when consumed alongside strength training.
Protein can also help to prevent muscle loss when you are trying to lose weight.
The best time to eat a protein bar is either before or after your workout. Consuming small amounts of high quality protein after exercising is great for maintenance and growth of muscle mass.
The Grenade Carb Killa Bar White Chocolate Cookie 60g can be eaten before or after a workout or simply as a high protein treat when you are feeling peckish.
Adults need around 0.75g of protein per kg of body weight per day. For the average woman this is 45g and for the average man it is 55g.
You may wish to increase your protein intake if you are looking to build muscle mass.
Grenade Carb Killa Bar White Chocolate Cookie 60g makes for a delicious snack as it has a triple layer which is filled with crunchy crispies coated in milk chocolate.
They are made using a special baking process which gives them a softer, crunchier texture. This will help to satisfy any sweet snack cravings that you might have.
Protein bars are best consumed as part of a healthy, balanced diet.
Protein is a nutrient which is essential for the human body. It is made up of amino acids which are known as the building blocks of protein. Your body uses these amino acids to build and maintain muscles.
Protein can also be used by the body as an energy source.
Foods which are naturally good sources of protein include lean meats, poultry, fish, seafood, eggs and dairy products.
Plant-based sources of protein include tofu, lentils chickpeas, green peas and nutritional yeast.