Sweepstakes Diva

Brookside Dark Chocolate Crunchy Clusters

on January 11, 2015

pic2We recently received some Brookside Dark Chocolate Crunchy Clusters from Crowdtap to try out for free!!

These things are AMAZING!!! And extremely addictive! I love them.  They have a fruity center (ours was berry medley) they also had crispy multigrain and then were covered with dark chocolate!

The combination of the crunch from the grains and that crispy fruity center all covered in dark chocolate was just amazing.  I had a hard time not eating them.

The great thing is that they are a little healthier choice.  Now I wouldn’t go out and eat an entire bag (even though it would be easy to do) but for about 22 pieces you are getting 190 calories, 10 grams of fat and 27 grams of carbs.  So it could be worse.  The carbs is what kills it for me but if you are not worried about carbs then this is a good choice.

Everyone in our house loved these.  I have 3 daughters (5 year old pictured above, 13 pic1year old and 18 year old) and they all loved it.  In fact my 5 year old kept coming back wanting more I had to cut her off.  My husband loved them as well. So it really caters to all types of taste buds.

Super Yummy! Highly recommend!!

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Crowdtap.com, Tomoson.com, other review website, or the manufacturer directly. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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