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thinkThin, Think Coconut!

Three flavors of coconut-chocolate goodness.

Three flavors of coconut-chocolate goodness.

We think thinkThin was on to something when the company named its new line of chocolate and coconut bars Divine. Because, seriously, they are exactly that if you’re a fan (or obsessed, like me) of the combo of chocolate and coconut…divine.

We’ve been noshing on thinkThin bars for years now, but these little guys (they are a touch smaller than the normal bars) are less of an everyday post-gym snack and more of a treat. A decadent treat that kicks the heck nutritionally out of any Mounds Bar. High in fiber (8 grams) and protein (6 grams) with lower sugar (10 grams), these are filled with all those healthy fats in coconut that everyone is talking about.

The nice people at thinkThin sent us the three Divine flavors to try—Dark Chocolate CoconutGerman Chocolate Coconut and Chocolate Mint Coconut—and let’s just say that they didn’t last long at FBG HQ. Gluten-free and with 160 calories a bar, they’re the perfect fix to any chocolate craving. While they all were good—and sweet without being too sweet—the Chocolate Mint Coconut was our favorite. Decadent and rich, the mint also made it refreshing. Second best was Dark Chocolate Coconut, which, to us at least, was the most coconutty of the bunch. Our least favorite was the German Chocolate Coconut, which was awesome, just not the most awesome. (We couldn’t taste exactly what made it German—we didn’t pick up on much caramel. Although the bar was still plenty tasty.)

So, yeah, the thinkThin Divine line lives up to its name. We wish it had just a touch more protein (I know, I know. We’re so darn picky.), but it’s one heck of a tasty chocolaty and coconutty treat to enjoy. If you have a craving, stock up.

Are you a fan of the chocolate and coconut combo like we are? Tried these? Agree with us? Disagree? —Jenn

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