Which Protein Bars Are Vegan and Gluten Free
We look a little deeper in to the available protein bars on the market, in this article we cover which protein bars are vegan and gluten free.
Both vegan and gluten free protein bars appear in the list below, of which we have found from scouring the internet.
How do we have so many options to share with you? It's pretty simple, Outdoor Food Club works as a food database for outdoor and sports enthusiasts. We continually add these types of foods to the website, their nutritional info and a few other numbers and all of these can be accessed at the food discovery tool.
There are nearly 1000 outdoor and sports foods in the database at the time of writing and we simply filter all these to answer specific queries you may have, in this case, which of them are protein bars, which of these protein bars are vegan and gluten free. Then we create this live table below, which updates automatically, as we updated the database with new food items. If you were to return to this page in a few weeks or months you should see new protein bars available to compare.
On top of that, we also sort the table below by those which have the most protein per gram. These bars main focus are protein so it would only be fair to share that info with you in a usable manner. This is a number we have worked out from the serving weight and protein of each serving and with this number we can fairly compare any and every food item in the database, which includes this list of vegan and gluten free protein bars below.
If you're looking for both vegan and gluten free bars, there are plenty of options for you, with over 40 at the time of writing.
Even though the list is limited to just 40 protein bars, you still have a great amount of protein in most of the bars in the suggestion table below. With the most offering up to 22g of protein in a bar and a density of 0.37g protein per gram of food, which is a 37% protein density. Those in the middle of the table have around 25% protein density and a good 15g of protein in a serving and they drop down to the Lifebars which have 7g of protein and a density of 17%.
Some of the gluten free and vegan protein bars to look out for in a supermarket from the suggestions below are:
- No Cow
- Pro Bar
- Papa Steve's
- Garden of Life
- Rise Bar
- Tribe bars
- and many more
You can also see the flavors of each protein bar as well as the protein source.
So if you want to choose your favorite flavor, such as peanut butter or chocolate chip or an obscure one you may have never seen before, then you should be able to find a new favorite protein bar from the suggestions below.
We thought it was important not to ignore the protein source used in each bar, not all of them are equal and you may have a favorite so you can scour this list to check for protein bars that use a protein source that works for you.
If you want to delve deeper, remember we have the food discovery tool which has over 1000 protein bars, energy bars, camping meals, supplements, energy gels, fruits and vegetables and much more that you can filter and sort to your hearts content to find the best foods for your specific needs, whether it be an endurance race, an overnight camping trip or just to have a meal replacement.