Did you hear that? Yes, that! It’s he sound of two worlds colliding. The cool yumminess of ice cream has collided with a healthy, fulfilling protein bar.
My husband and I both either eat a protein bar or drink a protein shake before (my husband) or after (me) our workouts. I’m starting to add more to my strength training workout this week and a Penguin Ice Cream Protein Bar will be perfect. Especially with the warmer weather headed our way.
I love the idea of having a cold ice cream bar after I’ve worked out. I’m hot and usually starving. I tend to workout before breakfast. A Wild Penguin Ice Cream bar cools me down and I feel full.
I have time to shower, check email, write a blog post (or at least get one drafted), and do a little social media
fun work, before I have breakfast. The Wild Penguin Healthy Treat keeps me feeling full longer, with 120 calories, 10g of protein, 6g of fiber, 20g carbs, and 3g of fat.
They come in my favorite, chocolate, and my husband’s favorite, vanilla, flavors. Good for him that he likes vanilla, I’d hate to fight him for the chocolate, because it wouldn’t be pretty.
The Wild Penguin Protein Treat is definitely not your ordinary ice cream bar… it’s a delicious ice cream bar plus so much more. Yet they have about half the calories, fat, and sugar of most protein bars.
You can check the store locator to see if Wild Penguin Protein Treats are sold in your area. If not let them know you do want them in your stores.
Wild Penguin Ice Cream Bar Protein Treats sell for $5.99 a box.
I have some great news! Wild Penguin is giving away 8 boxes of Wild Penguin Ice Cream Protein Treat Bars to one of my Blog by Donna readers. That’s YOU!
Open to residents of the 48 contiguous United States & D.C. ONLY 18+. Ends April 23 at 11:59 pm EST. Enter on the Rafflecopter form below. Good luck!
Donna is a Content Creator, Marketer, Brand Ambassador, Social Media Consultant, former teacher, wife, and proud mom. Blog by Donna encompasses all that… she writes about family life and being a woman while weaving in articles about the brands and products she and her family love.