Enjoy Deliciously Clean™ Bars to keep you full and satisfied all day
We believe that plant-powered is better for you and better for the planet. Our Vegan Certified Hungry Buddha® Bars are made with 10g of plant protein to keep you fueled during all your adventures.
While other bars are loaded with sugar or artificial sweeteners, Hungry Buddha® Bars have only 2g of sugar per serving and are made with only natural sweeteners. Hungry Buddha® Bars are also Keto Certified for those following a Keto Diet.
Enjoying a diet that is rich in fibre is good for your overall health. Now getting your daily fibre just got a whole lot tastier. Each Hungry Buddha® Bar has 14g of Fibre (wow!) and tastes super delicious.
Here at Buddha Brands™ we believe that food just tastes better, and is better for you, without all the weird artificial stuff. All our bars are crafted with only clean, high-quality ingredients. Hungry Buddha® Bars have no artificial flavours, sweeteners or colours, are peanut free, gluten free, soy free, vegan certified and non-GMO project verified. Happy Snacking!
Soft, Chewy and Full of Yum
Our deliciously soft and chewy Hungry Buddha® Bars are available in a variety of flavours including Chocolate Chip, Coconut Cocoa, Lemon Blueberry and more! The perfect snack for pre or post workout or anytime to curb hungry or sugar cravings. No sacrificing taste for nutrition here!
Deliciously Clean™ ingredients
Fats blend (sunflower seed butter, cocoa butter, coconut oil*, medium chain triglyceride coconut oil (coconut oil, acacia fibre), sunflower oil), Inulin, Tapioca syrup fibre, Pea protein, Pea protein crisp (pea protein concentrate, brown rice flour), Water, Semi-sweet chocolate chips* (cane sugar*, unsweetened chocolate*, cocoa butter*, vanilla powder*), Brown rice protein*, Glycerin*, Natural flavour, Agar, Monk fruit juice concentrate, Sea salt, Sunflower lecithin, Mixed tocopherols. * Organic
Ratings & Reviews
Where are your Hungry Buddha® protein bars produced?
Our bars are produced locally in Canada, in a dedicated nut-free facility.
What sweetener do you use in your protein bars?
Our bars are sweetened with Monk Fruit as a great alternative to sugar. Monk fruit is a natural sweetener from plants with no calories or carbs.
What is the protein source in your bars?
We use high-quality plant-based protein like pea protein and brown rice protein to help keep you feeling full.
What does it mean when you say your protein bars are clean?
Our bars are carefully crafted with nothing but clean, plant-powered, and purposeful ingredients.
Our bars are peanut-free, gluten–free, and formulated without soy, dairy, sugar alcohols or palm oils. Every bar is Certified Keto, Vegan and Non-GMO Project Verified, gluten-free and nut-free. When we say clean, we mean clean!
Can I eat your protein bars if I follow a Keto diet?
Absolutely! Given the net carb and low-sugar content in our bars, as well as the high amounts of good-for-you fats, Hungry Buddha bars are great to snack on if you’re following a Keto diet. In fact, they are even Keto-Certified by the Paleo Foundation, which is considered the ‘gold standard’ in keto certification.
What type of soluble tapioca fibre do you use in your protein snack bars?
The soluble tapioca fibre in our bars is resistant dextrin, and do not contain any isomaltooligosaccharides (IMOs).
Are your protein bars safe for people with peanut/nut allergies?
They sure are! Our bars are produced in a dedicated nut-free facility, making them perfectly safe to enjoy even for those with nut allergies.
Are Hungry Buddha® protein bars gluten-free?
All Hungry Buddha® bars are gluten-free.
Is it possible that I experienced bloating and gas after consuming your protein bars?
It’s no secret that our bars are high in soluble fibre (one bar contains almost half of your daily fibre requirement)! High fibre is a good thing and has so many incredible benefits, but for some of us, our digestive systems can be particularly sensitive when consuming high amounts of fibre in one sitting. Our advice? If you’re looking to increase your fibre, go slow.