Trick Or Treat: CLIF Kid Zbar Full Moon Brownie – Giveaway


Parents expect the supernatural on Halloween. However, it’s the super-unnatural sugary candy that spooks parents by haunting their kids’ trick-or-treat bags. This year, parents can embrace the sweetness of the season without having to compromise on delicious flavor or wholesome nutrition thanks to CLIF Kid Zbar Full Moon Brownie. My kids love CLIF and we usually buy the bars and fruit ropes in bulk at Costco.

What is CLIF Kid’s Zbar Full Moon Brownie?

  •  Full Moon Brownie combines a chewy chocolate brownie with white chocolate chips in a snack bar made with USDA-certified organic ingredients.
  •  Zbar provides 8-11 grams of whole grains and 12 vitamins and minerals specific for kids’ growing bodies.
  •  In addition to delicious flavor, kids will enjoy Full Moon Brownie’s playfully spooky wrapper, whether at the school lunch table or while sorting their trick-or-treat bounty. (IMAGE BELOW)
  •  Like every Zbar, Full Moon Brownie also features a wholesome blend of carbohydrates, protein and fiber to stabilize energy levels and make kids feel nourished longer.
  •   Each bar is also USDA-certified organic and contains no high fructose corn syrup, hydrogenated oils, trans fats, artificial flavors, colors or preservatives.


We have a pack that includes 12 bars to give away.

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Giveaway ends 10-30-2012



  1. says

    We actually leave out candy in a bowl, but we don’t get any trick-or-treaters where we live….we keep trying though! Maybe once we lure them in, we’ll switch it up on them 😉

  2. Mary Calabrese says

    Alas, I purchased fun-sized candy bars to pass out. I’m going to go hang my head in shame now.

  3. katfam says

    While I do pass out candy, I also buy Halloween pencils and small toys to hand out for kids that have allergies or don’t like what I have to offer.

  4. Rebecca Orr says

    We usually don’t hand out candy. We like to get fruit leather (the real stuff!!) and pretzels. Once we have out handpicked apples and got really funny looks from both the kids and parents. lol

  5. susan smoaks says

    we let them have junky treats on Halloween, but I think maybe trail mix would be a good idea or granola!

  6. Elizabeth Ray says

    Well, i have 2 options. Both fun-sized candy bars (I know, I now!) and a no-added sugar, fruit-based gluten-free fruit candy (Don’t remember what it’s called) My daugher wanted me to get rainin packets, but I really didn’t want to face more leftover raisin packets, as we have a LARGE supply of raisins in the house for our use. and ofa course, you can only hand out prepackaged individual serving packets to trick-or-treaters any more….

  7. Marysa says

    We always have fruit or veggies with meals. We try to even incorporate them into treats – like raspberries or strawberries with a chocolate chip in each berry :)
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  8. Jennifer T. says

    We try to give them nuts, popcorn and pretzels instead of a continual stream of candy.