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For all you chocolate lovers out there, this bomb is for you. An indulgent pairing of cacao and peanut butter makes this Blender Bomb a go-to for chocolatey, decadent smoothie combinations. It’s a quick, convenient, nutritious solution to satisfy your sweet tooth and is the literal bomb when heated up in the microwave for a few seconds (You can thank us later).
The Cacao & Peanut Butter BB will have you trading in your secret stash of chocolate bars in no time. We’re serving up a truly healthy chocolatey option that keeps you full and feeling good.
Absolutely love these! Started adding them to my smoothies and they help to keep me full, less bloated and have also helped take away any heartburn/indigestion that I sometimes have. Highly recommend!
The most perfect snack
TOO GOOD! They’re so easy to add to a smoothie, yogurt, or just pop in your mouth! Genuinely filling and delicious, and they keep you full as a meal replacement. Don’t walk, RUN to try these bc they WILL be your new staple! Super delicious (and I love the suggested smoothie recipes on the box to add them to!)
Holds me for 3.5-4 hours…no cravings
When I first looked up Blender Bombs Cacao & Peanut Butter the nutritional data on the box claimed 2980 mg potassium per serving. This is without fortification or supplementation. All natural ingredients. I thought this sounded impossible, but if Blender Bombs had pulled it off, GREAT! This would allow me to do a temporary drastic calorie reduction without sacrificing necessary potassium.
When I received the shipment, sure enough the box nutritional data said: 2980 mg potassium per serving. Craziness, right? I tried them in a few protein drinks. The flavor was fair enough. Enjoyable.
But that potassium claim was nagging at me. Reading over the ingredients and the net weight of each Blender Bomb I was like: "there is no feasible way that is possible." I did some quick guesstimate component calculations with the help of USDA nutrient database and it played out: "there is no possible way the claim could be correct."
I checked back on the Blender Bombs site and the error has since been corrected on the more recent packaging to 210mg potassium per serving. Which is comparatively a scant amount but very close to my guesstimate calculation.
It was a printing error. That's acceptable. It happens, and the error was corrected as soon as they were able. That is admirable enough in itself.
While I did find the flavor of the product acceptable nothing else met my expectations. In short, the product is an additional 9 grams of fat and 12 grams of carbohydrates without…