Honey Stinger Oat and Honey Bar – Delicious and Filling

Honey Stinger Oat and Honey Bar - Kate Agathon of Engearment.com

Honey Stinger Oat and Honey Bar – Delicious and Filling

Kate Agathon

The new Honey Stinger Oat and Honey Bar pre-workout bar packs 6 grams of protein and is surprisingly filling.

Honey Stinger Oat and Honey Bar - Kate Agathon of Engearment.com

Made of all the things you eat for breakfast (golden honey, wholesome oats, and toasted granola) Honeystinger’s newest offering is rolled into a hearty bar sweetened with caramel and accentuated with freshly ground peanuts.

 

I don’t like to eat breakfast early in the morning (especially when I’m in a rush to get out the door and recreate), so I usually pack something to nosh on later in the morning to fuel me for the first quarter of the day.

 

I took the original flavor Honey Stinger Oat and Honey Bar with me on a recent ski trip to Steamboat Springs. It was perfect because we were leaving early and I wanted to have something nourishing on me when we arrived.

 

The good: The Honey Stinger Oat and Honey Bar tastes delicious and is filling, thanks to its unique blend of carbs, fat and protein. You’ll only need one! Also, it didn’t freeze while in my pocket.

Honey Stinger Oat and Honey Bar - Kate Agathon of Engearment.com

Honey Stinger Oat and Honey Bar – Kate Agathon of Engearment.com

 

The eh: Eat it outside because the freshly ground peanuts leave a mess. Also, like most protein bars, it will melt and lose its shape.

 

Some sports nutrition can be thrown in a parka or a bag and just toted around all season to have on hand. Due to its consistency, the Honey Stinger Oat and Honey Bar isn’t that.

 

Gluten-free and non-GMO, the Honey Stinger Oat and Honey Bar is best stored and eaten at room temperature. Plan on noshing it right before working out and not traveling around with it because it will make a mess.

 

If you’re a chocoholic or crave something sweeter, the Honey Stinger Oat and Honey Bar is available in Chocolate Chocolate Chip flavor (the differentiator being the addition of chocolate granola and mini chocolate chips). It’s a bit messy, but it is delicious.

 

If you need some protein on the go, check out the all-new Honey Stinger Oat and Honey Bar. It will leave you feeling nourished and ready to work out.

Kate Agathon

Kate Agathon - Dr. of Stoke

Kate Agathon – Dr. of Stoke

Dr. Of Stoke

Freelance writer, bicyclist, outdoor recreation enthusiast, social justice advocate, and mom to her furbaby, Sansa.

Kate Agathon

Kate Agathon

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A Colorado native, Kate considers the outdoors her mother ship. She brings her passion for bicycling, the environment, and issues of diversity to her writing. Her primary outdoor recreation activities are mountain biking, road biking, nordic skiing, alpine skiing, hiking, snowshoeing, and peak bagging Colorado’s 14ers.

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Kate earned a bachelor’s degree in History from Colorado State University and later an MSEd and Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction from Purdue University. In addition to her education, Kate’s background serving on the Mayor’s Bicycle Advisory Committee and experience working for non-profits and bicycle sales well position her to bring depth and understanding to the complex changes currently taking place in the outdoor recreation industry.

Kate Agathon

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The Dr. of Stoke has been part of the Engearment team since 2016.

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