Some Holiday Cheer from Food Should Taste Good and Larabar

I received some products from Food Should Taste Good and Larabar. Opinions expressed are my own.

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Just the other day, the UPS man showed up with several packages for me. I don’t mean for me, I mean for me to wrap, for everyone else. It looked like the pile shown above! I ordered the majority of my Christmas gifts on We love and that one fee of $79 a year for Amazon Prime? Well worth it. All of my packages arrived on time for Christmas.

But I digress, the point is, I was surprised with one package that I was not expecting. It was….it was…..a gift for me from one of my favorite chip makers –  Food Should Taste Good. They partnered with Larabar and gave me this generous gift of Food Should Taste Good Chips, several Larabars to sample and a nice cheese cutting board and utensils. Also included are some interesting recipes from Food Should Taste Good and Larabar. Here is the gift that I received.

FoodShouldTasteGoodIn past reviews, I’ve indicated that the Food Should Taste Good Multi-Grain chips are my favorite flavor. The Blue Corn Tortilla Chips are great too. The Chocolate Tortilla Chips have a slightly sweet chocolatey flavor that would pair very well with the following sweet dip recipe that was included in my gift pack and also on the Food Should Taste Good website.



Have you ever tried Larabars? These bars are gluten-free, dairy-free, soy-free, Non-GMO, Vegan and Kosher. All those things that these bars are not would seem to me to make it impossible for them to taste so good.
For those that have never tried Larabars, they all appear have dates in them. I happen to love dates so these are right up my alley. I tried the Pecan Pie bar and thought it was out this world – as close to pecan pie in a bar that I’ve ever tasted. If you are a fan of pecan pie, please try one of these and stop by and let me know what you think, cause I love it. In fact, I’ve packed one up for my mom in her little Christmas gift bag. She loves pecan pie, so I have hunch she will really like these.
This recipe sounds very interesting to me – full of different flavors. This  recipe is Crescent Rolls with Goat Cheese, Bacon and Larabar Pecan Pie Bar.
Thanks to Food Should Taste Good and Larabar for the nice gift.
Have you ever tried Food Should Taste Good Chips? Larabars? If so what are your favorite flavors?

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Kristi Maloney is a work from home mom to two boys ages 10 and 13. Since 2009, she has featured in-depth product, and book reviews and hosted high-quality, exciting giveaways on her blog Moms Own Words. When she is not blogging, you can find her working at her son’s school, or behind the wheel of her car in the roll of “taxi driver”. Email at maloney(dot)Kristi@gmail(dot)com.

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  1. says

    You’ve got some nice recipes posted here! I’d love to make the one with the crescent rolls while the family is here visiting!

  2. Rosie says

    I’ve tried Larabars, they are good! I never thought of using them in a recipe – talk about thinking out of the box – you rule! That was a nice surprise and those chips are delish!!!

  3. Karen Glatt says

    I like these recipes. I have tasted both of these products and they taste so good. The Crescent rolls recipe sounds delicious! And I think Amazon is very good to get Christmas gifts at because they always deliver before Christmas. I got some gifts at Amazon this year!

  4. says

    I have seen these but only had tried the blue tortilla chips so far which I guess they liked because they were gone. I need to try some of the others as well and maybe some new recipes

  5. laurie nykaza says

    My son loves the Larabars being gluten free because he has Celiac’s disease and can’t eat gluten . They are great to carry with him when he is out he has Diabetes too and needs to have food that is easy to take in his medical bag.

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