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16-Count of 1.06oz Gingersnap Honey Stinger Organic Waffle EXPIRED

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Honey Stinger Organic Waffle, Gingersnap, Sports Nutrition, 1.06 Ounce (16 Count) [amazon.com]

5% S&S = $8.63 > S&S is gone, Now $9.09, Usually ships within 1-3 weeks
15% S&S = $7.73

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  • CONVENIENT: Honey Stinger has created a single-serving wrapper for easy packing, making it the ideal snack for those constantly on the go, before,during or after workouts, bikers, hikers, marathon competitors, or anyone looking for a quick snack!
  • FUEL FOR EVERY ACTIVITY: Honey has low glycemic properties that are scientifically proven to increase athletic performance by providing a sustained energy boost that allows blood sugar levels to remain constant during activity without a high insulin spike and crash
  • USDA CERTIFIED ORGANIC: The easy to digest waffles are USDA Certified Organic and Kosher
  • INSPIRED BY BELGIAN STROOPWAFEL: This delicious, energizing snack has a layer of honey sandwiched between two thin waffles.
  • 150 CALORIES: Each waffle only has 150 calories (aside from Chocolate: 160 Calories) and has 0% trans fat and 0% cholesterol
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before discounts
Lowest$9.09 (8 days ago)
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Last edited by Steeve January 19, 2020 at 09:13 PM.
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Never had this flavor. How is it?
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Thanks OP. Not sure about the flavor, but these are great during those long rides
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White flour, sugar, and saturated fat is "sports nutrition." LOL ! Guess Oreos and Chips Ahoy are sports nutrition as well now.

First 5 ingredients: Organic wheat flour, organic palm fruit oil, organic rice syrup, organic cane sugar, organic whole wheat flour.

These cookies taste good though.
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White flour, sugar, and saturated fat is "sports nutrition." LOL ! Guess Oreos and Chips Ahoy are sports nutrition as well now.

First 5 ingredients: Organic wheat flour, organic palm fruit oil, organic rice syrup, organic cane sugar, organic whole wheat flour.

These cookies taste good though.
Depending on how intense your workouts are any fast acting carbohydrate could be beneficial. Ingredients aren't terrible on this for some quick pick me up energy but this is definitely no meal replacement option.
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Are these cheaper than the stroopwafels at Costco?
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First 5 ingredients: Organic wheat flour, organic palm fruit oil, organic rice syrup, organic cane sugar, organic whole wheat flour.
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But is it organic? Confused
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this sounds nasty!
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Your scientists were so preoccupied with whether or not they could, they didn't stop to think if they should.
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As this thread is proof, idiots will eat anything - total garbage - simply because it's marked down three dollars. Enjoy.
Not necessarily. When out on the trail with a heavy pack; junky, high calorie, high carb foods can be extremely important. These, gummy bears, some granola bars, etc. Food for performance (short term)vs food for nutrition (daily life).

My concern with these is the expiration date or best by date. I need them to be good through hunting season and the local ones are good through September. That and I only eat a few year.
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Are these cheaper than the stroopwafels at Costco?
I feel like I'm taking crazy pills here. Are they trying to market stroopwafels to an American audience as a health food?
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