I was recently selected to sample a new Kashi product through a Moms Meet sampling program. I always get a little giddy when I get what I like to call “happy mail”.
Both my husband and children thought they were yummy and had great texture. They even snuck in some ingredients like sweet potatoes and black beans. They are also made with Kashi’s classic “seven whole grains” and have a good amount of fiber and protein. They are free of artificial additives and preservatives and are minimally processed.
When I you don’t have something homemade to offer your family, this is a great option. Because they look like a brownie chances are good your little people will really like them. One thing to be aware of is that they contain peanut flour and almond flour if someone in your family happens to have a nut allergy.
Generally I think this is a great product. It is so great to have companies like Kashi that are aware of the types of ingredients they put into their food. The only thing that makes me a bit hesitant to give it my complete “seal of approval” is that it is not an organic product (and thus may contain GMO’s). BUT, some of Kashi’s products are organic. I currently have a couple cereals in my pantry that my children snack on that are totally organic. I share this just to make sure that “natural” does not always mean organic.
You should have no trouble finding this product in most grocery and “big box” stores.