Another Big Dairy-Free Protein Bar & Snack Giveaway!


This Giveaway is Complete and We have a Winner:

Congratulations to Mandy, the winner of the Simply Bar & Chips Prize Package!

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Back by popular demand, we’re giving away a big package of low sugar protein snacks to kick your new year off right.

Last year we did a giveaway of Simply Bar products and it was met with such overwhelming response that they offered another vegan and gluten-free prize package to gift to one of you.

Giveaway Value: $168

Simply Protein Bars (New Formula!): 4 boxes (15 bars each) of their top selling flavors (Lemon Coconut, Peanut Butter Chocolate, Cinnamon Pecan, Caramel Peanut)

Best Protein Bar: Simply Bar

Simply Protein Chips (New!): 2 boxes (12 bags/box) including 1 box each of the Herb and Chili flavors.

Simply Protein Healthy Chips - Dairy-Free & Soy-Free

Want to know more? You can read my raves about Simply Protein Chips and the new ultra-low-sugar formula of the Simply Bars.

To Enter to Win $168 worth of low sugar, low calorie, low fat, gluten-free, dairy-free, vegan, kosher, high protein snacks:

Entry #1: Comment on this post and tell me … Did you make a healthy new year resolution? Mine is to incorporate yoga back into my schedule twice a week (just 20 min or more per day) – my mind and body need that time, but I was bad about allowing it last year.

Entry #2 (optional): Share this giveaway on your favorite social network (this could even be emailing your friends and family!), and let me know that you did in a second comment.

The winner will be selected on Tuesday, January 8th, so comment now!

About Author

Alisa is the founder of, Food Editor for Allergic Living magazine, and author of the best-selling dairy-free book, Go Dairy Free: The Guide and Cookbook for Milk Allergies, Lactose Intolerance, and Casein-Free Living, and the new cookbook, Eat Dairy Free: Your Essential Cookbook for Everyday Meals, Snacks, and Sweets. Alisa is also a professional recipe creator and product ambassador for the natural food industry.


  1. Kaaren Winkler on

    Adding Pilates to my exercise routine (in addition to my 3xweek cross training sessions) and walking my dog more!

  2. Due to multiple food allergies and undesirable consequences when I try new things, I’ve been living on an extremely limited diet for quite some time. My goal this year is to work hard to expand my diet. I’ve been stuck in a rut and routine and need a change! Hard to do with 4 others to cook for, including my two dairy-free children.

  3. No need to enter me in the contest, but I must say, I’m intrigued by the idea of a lemon/coconut protein bar! Those are two of my favorite flavors and I can’t believe I never thought of mixing the two. I’ll look for these bars on my next shopping outing. In the meantime, my “resolution” is to take more walks. Like you mentioned with the 20 minutes of yoga twice a week — I want to do that with nice, by-myself, walks in the open space area near our house.
    Onward! And happy DF/GF 2013!

  4. Venalda Gupta on

    I have two healthy resolutions also: One is to cut my sugar intake dramatically. I LOVE a good snack but they have to be GFCF with a decent amount of protein and fiber so these should be perfect for my family. I also am going to get more exercise, including some serious flexibility training. I can’t wait to try these snacks to see if they help me with my first resolution.

  5. Although I’m on the soy-free vegan diet, I want more vegetables in my life, so I’m trying to cut out the unhealthy vegan options. I’m also increasing my exercise. I want to still be up and running when I’m in my 70s just like my parents!

  6. I shared this on Pinterest!

    I made two healthy resolutions! First to control my portion sizes, and second to work out at least 30 mins every day.

  7. Sally Haldorson on

    While my resolution may not be “body” health-minded, it is “mental” health-minded. I resolve to read more books. Reading books keeps me balanced and recharges my imagination. When I don’t read, it’s because I’ve let life distract me with either media or technology. Of course I have some weightloss and eating goals in mind for the year, but this resolution is one I can really succeed with, and sometimes that is enough to spark improvement elsewhere.

  8. I am giving up soda and starting to exercise 3 times a week to kick start my year into a healthier me!!

  9. Just a renewed sense of purpose and going the extra step instead of making the easy choices. Workout in the evening if I haven’t gotten my morning workout even if I don’t feel like it!

  10. I shared this giveaway (and your website) via email with my husband, who is extremely lactose intolerant. As you know, it’s something that makes meal times a little challenging, especially when dining at restaurants and at the houses of our friends and family. We are excited to have found a resource for new recipes, so he can continue to enjoy meals along with the rest of the world! Those protein chips look delicious!

  11. My healthy new year’s resolution is to incorporate more strength training into my workouts. It’s so easy to always resort to running since it’s the most efficient way to burn calories, but strength training would help me round out my workouts and use different muscles.

  12. Yoga is a great resolution – after a two-year hiatus, I started doing it again, and it was so nice to be back on the mat. I definitely realized how frustrating it was to try things that I could easily do before (and this time, being very shaky at!)

    My own healthy new years resolution is stick to my schedule. I tend to cram too many things in and get overworked, so I am focusing on making a schedule that works and sticking to it — definitely healthy and needed for my sanity!

    Happy New Year!