Clif Bar Energy Bar - 2.4 oz.

Priced: $1.25 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 42 reviews.
Clif Bar Energy Bar - 2.4 oz.
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It's the first bar Clif Bar ever made and it's still as great as ever. Whole, organic ingredients and a great taste power you through long bike rides and all-day hikes.

Specifications based on a range of flavors. Nutrition facts displayed here and on wrapper may differ. Info on wrapper reflects actual contents. Ingredients: Organic Brown Rice Syrup, ClifPro® (Soy Rice Crisp [Soy Protein Isolate, Rice Flour, Malt Extract, Calcium Carbonate], Organic Roasted Soybeans, Organic Soy Flour), Organic Rolled Oats, Dried Apricots (Apricots, Evaporated Cane Juice, Rice Flour, Citric Acid, Ascorbic Acid), Organic Evaporated Cane Juice, ClifCrunch® (Organic Oat Fiber, Inulin [Chicory Extract], Organic Milled Flaxseed, Organic Oat Bran, Psyllium), Organic Dried Apples, Organic Date Paste, Organic Sunflower Oil, Natural Flavors, Citric Acid, Salt, Colored With Annatto. Allergen information: soy

Made in USA.

Manufactured:

  • All Clif Bar flavors are made with 70% organic ingredients

Features:

  • Over 66% of the carbohydrates in Clif Bar energy bars are complex carbohydrates for long-lasting endurance
  • 100% natural—all flavors, vitamins and minerals derived from plants and fruits
  • Unique blend of simple and complex carbohydrates provide a quick energy boost as well as a steady supply of fuel
  • All flavors may contain nuts, seeds or nut/seed residue as well as trace amounts of dairy
  • Ingredients contain no wheat or dairy products that may cause allergic reactions in some people
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  • For additional ingredient and nutrition information, please see the PDF file located below
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Activity:Multisport
Best consumed:Before activity
Calories from fat:20 - 50
Calories per serving:230 - 250
Carbohydrates:40 - 47 grams
Cholesterol:0 milligrams
Dietary fiber:5 grams
Gluten free:No
Organic:No
Potassium:210 - 370 milligrams
Protein:8 - 12 grams
Saturated fat:0.5 - 2 grams
Serving size:1 bar
Servings per container:1
Sodium:100 - 250 milligrams
Sugars:17 - 21 grams
Total fat:2.5 - 6 grams
Trans fat:0 grams
Vegan:Yes
Vegetarian:Yes
Weight:2.4 ounces

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Clif Bar Energy Bar - 2.4 oz. Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

The best out there!

These are the best tasting energy bars I've ever had, and I keep them on hand at ALL times. I found these when I was searching for a snack to get me through the school day. I have several classes before lunch, and always found my stomach growling before lunch, which was pretty embarassing.. Now, I always have a few of these in my backpack, and they fill me up fast! I also keep some in my purse and in my car, in case I'm hungry and in a rush, or if I have a hungry friend or kid with me. I've also taken these on backpacking trips. You can't beat Clif Bars! It might be a little pricey for a snack, but these are so filling and yummy that they are worth every penny.

I just wish that local grocery stores carried all of the flavors that REI does. I'll be ordering these in bulk.
Mountain Meg at REI on 12/12/2010

Trail Rider

Most of the Clif bar varieties hold up really well, whether in a saddle bag on the trail, or in my karate equipment bag at tournaments. On the trail they provide a lightweight, quick, and tasty snack (my horse looks forward to getting the last bite). At tournaments I will have a Clif bar about an hour before competing to give me a great boost of energy. One minor drawback for my uses - the chocolate covered bars tend to melt and get a little messy. My wife (also a trail rider) travels daily in home health care and often uses Clif bars for a quick lunch, or as a pick-me-up in the afternoon when her day runs long. Between us we go through 12-20 bars a month. Value is so-so, but still better than most other brands I've tried. I only buy them when they are on sale or have a volume discount.
Mr. Mike at REI on 11/11/2007

Maple Nut is my new favorite flavor

Maple Nut Clif bars are, in my opinion, Clif bars perfected. I've been eating Clif bars since they first came out, and I've gotten tired of some of the flavors. Some of them also seemed dry. Maple Nuts, on the other hand, have some very complex flavors going on. The maplely sweets are balanced by somewhat salty walnuts. The varied textures are also a big plus. You get everything from a melty maple coating to various crunchings. One of my favorite aspects of the Maple Nut experience is that these Clifs evoke the maple sugar candies we used to get on childhood trips to Vermont. I loved the way those maple candies melted in your mouth (and also onto the back seat of the car). Like those maple sugar candies, Maple Nut Clif bars melt just a tiny bit in your mouth.
Husky Power at REI on 10/10/2007

I love it!

I love Clif Bars. I first had one as a leftover from one of my dad's hikes. I didn't realize it was an energy bar until after I finished it. I thought it was a regular granola bar! It tasted delicious! I didn't know how well it worked until I hiked Franconia Ridge in NH. My first multi-mountain hike. My legs were killing me and I didn't think I could move, but one little bite and I was up and running (well, not running, because I could trip, but you know what I mean). I love how they give you that quick burst to get you off that bench or rock, but they also last so you can make it to the end. Next time I go on a hike, I'm bringing plenty of these!
Connor the Woodsman at REI on 07/07/2008

Great mid-day snacks

Have been eating these for several years now, new flavors keep getting better, though they don't advertise when they update the ingredients/flavors. Blueberry is my current favorite.
You may want to have some extra fluids with these, but some are thicker than others... also, if you are in warm weather climates, stay away from the chocolates- they'll melt down as fast as a snickers in your pocket! Great if you are on the trail and want to press on but running late on your next meal. Also good once in camp, and want that late night bite after staying up too long, or just don't feel like breaking out the stove.
Dredg at REI on 07/07/2010

Best I've ever had

I first discovered this bar while backpacking at Philmont Scout Ranch, and it made an impression. A few years later I rediscovered them when going on another backpacking trip and now I can't get enough. They can get a little hard to chew after a while, and you should make sure you have something to drink when you eat one, but they are energy bars, after all. They taste great, and there are so many flavors to choose from. I could not recommend any other product above Cliff Bars to anyone going backpacking, and they certainly have their place in many other fields as well.
Kooiman at REI on 04/04/2009

Doesn't taste like an energy bar

I normaly don't eat energy bars because they taste like tree bark, but these are really good. The first time I tried these was on a hike down Bright Angel at the Grand Canyon. I picked a couple up at the lodge and wish I had gotten more. The taste is by far better than any other bar out there. I now keep them around just for every day. The only drawback is they are a little pricey, but most energy bars are expensive and don't taste nearly as good.
Zulu The Dwarf at REI on 06/06/2008

nummy and do the trick

These are the best tasting energy bars I have tried. My favorite is the carrot cake. They are great for hiking or bike trips: if they are on the bottom of your pack they get molded into an intersting form but they don't crumble and make a mess and 1 bar is very filling so it will give you a long lasting boost. They are also perfect grad school food; a bit pricey but that's what a stipend is for.
Aiyana at REI on 04/04/2011

Any time, any place

These things sustain my myriad of adventures, and I've been eating them for years. I appreciate Clif's organic and preservative free components. With the incredible variety of flavors available, I never get burnt out on one flavor. I love them, but with every great love there is a down side. They don't seem to hold up well when hot. They get softer and compress making them rather unpleasent (but I still eat 'em!)
muscle-powered sportsman at REI on 12/12/2007

Best tasting energy bar!

Cliff Bars are the best tasting bar. Some of the others are horrible. These I actually look forward to eating. There are a lot of flavors to choose from. My favorite is the peanut butter chocolate chip. My wife loves the oatmeal raison. We like quite a few of the flavors. They are handy for hikes, day trips, a snack when working late, and even as emergency sustinance in the car.
Steven, Amy at REI on 10/10/2007

Negative Reviews:

Very dry

I'm not sure why Clif Bars were ever successful. They are pricey and are the driest food I've ever eaten. Perhaps I lack the saliva producing glands the many reviewers here seemingly enjoy.

When I pack with friends, one of whom invariably has a Clif bar, I'll joke that I once dropped one in the Sahara Ocean (which generally gets strained laughter). But the comments are always, "yeah, they are dry."

It so easy to make your own fresh backpacking food bars I don't know why anyone bothers with this expense not to mention the near limitless flavors one can make themselves.

My only advice is to buy only one and try it. Unless you have excellent saliva production, I believe you will find these dry. Then search for how to make your own and you'll be much happier.
SoCal Mike at REI on 07/07/2013

Just can't eat them anymore

"In 2009, I lived in a house with my wife, kids, backpacking gear, and two canoes. The inspiration to toss this energy bar occurred on day 10 of an 11 day, 175 mile canoe trip with my brother, Mike. We'd been gnawing on some Clif bars. Suddenly, despite my hunger, I couldn't take another bite. That's the moment I now call 'the epiphany.' Two seconds later, after countless skips across the lake, the Clif bar sank. And the mission to save myself from energy bars was accomplished."

In all seriousness, I have to admit that Clif bars taste better than most of the others out there. But they're just the least worst of them. I just can't eat these things anymore.
Canoe at REI on 09/09/2009

Try the Mojo by Clif instead...

Most of the flavors taste awful... It's a bunch of sweet stuff. I had to spit it out. BUT... the Mojo bars also by Clif are fabulous! They're the ONLY power bars that I would eat. I sometimes eat them just because I want the taste too!
I don't think the Mojos are available for review here...
Lolo at REI on 09/09/2007