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May 31, 2007 01:34 PM

Favorite Clif Bar?

I have at least one every day, great great product.

My preferences change but my current favorites are:

3. Lemon Poppyseed
2. Carrot Cake
1. Iced Gingerbread

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  1. I eat their Luna bars. There's a box of Nutz Over Chocolate in my desk.

    4 Replies
    1. re: mojoeater

      never had the luna, are they much different than the regular clif?

      1. re: yankeefan

        The Luna are formulated for women (extra iron and folic acid and such). The Clif are for men.

        1. re: yankeefan

          Very different, IMO. They're much more similar to basic granola bars (although still less dense - if that makes semse) than the thick hunk of a cliff bar.

        2. re: mojoeater

          I like Luna's chocolate peppermint stick and peanut butter cup. Dulce de leche is good, too. For Clif bars, pb chocolate chip but they're so heavy and hard to chew for me.

        3. I prefer the Mojo bars. Love them because they're the only bars out there that don't seem insanely sweet to me. I just wish they'd make the barbecue-spiced nut ones again.

          1. *Le sigh.*
            My favorite Luna Bar was discontinued a couple of years ago - Sweet Dreams. It had a wonderful kinda mocha flavor to it. Now I make due with the Peanut Butter Cookie flavor, but it's not nearly as good. So sad.

            1. Clif Bars- Love them all: Cookies N Cream, Banana Nut Bread, Crunchy Peanut Butter, Oatmeal Raisin Walnut and seasonal flavors Carmel Apple Cobbler and Pumpkin Pie Spice.

              1. Clif bars, have some in my regular rotation (Lemon Poppyseed, Cherry Almond, Apricot) and also try the seasonals (Gingerbread). That's my breakfast in the car.
                Luna bars are more snack-ish (not as dense), I like the Chai Tea flavor.
                Never cared for any chocolate-like flavors since I tasted the soy too much (if I'm eating chocolate, it's not going to be a "health food" variety!)