Redcon1’s MRE Bar Is Adding Two New Flavors! (Spring 2018)

Sprinkled Donut and Crunchy Peanut Butter are the Spring 2018 MRE Bar flavors!

RedCon1 MRE Bar Sprinkled Donut

MRE Bar gets some new flavors, and they’re not going cheap on the fun stuff!

Redcon1 is a snowball rolling down the mountain, getting bigger and bigger as it keeps rolling. Aaron Singerman and the Redcon1 social media platforms teased the bars in a product testing in mid-March, giving fans a chance to see a live taste test for two brand new flavor additions to the MRE Bar lineup.

Before checking out the new flavors, check out our take on the original three MRE Bars!

A pleasant surprise, the MRE Bar product itself just dropped at the 2018 Arnold Classic (three weeks before this post). Initially it launched with three original flavors:

  • Blueberry Cobbler
  • Banana Nut Bread, and
  • Chocolate Chip Oatmeal
RedCon1 MRE Bar Original Flavors

After the incredible success of the MRE Bar launch, we knew it was only a matter of time before Redcon1 would drop some new flavor options!

Two new MRE Bar Flavors for Spring 2018

The popular whole food meal replacement bar from Redcon1 has added two new flavors to its lineup, and they are sure to get fans drooling. The two additions are:

  • Sprinkled Donut and
  • Crunchy Peanut Butter Cup

New Flavors, Same Ingredients?

RedCon1 MRE Bar Sprinkled Donut

One Bar with their famous “Maple Glazed Donut” flavor might need to watch out for this “Sprinkled Donut” MRE Bar flavor from RedCon1!

Absolutely, which is a good thing because we love MRE Bars just the way they are!

All indications are the products will contain the same whole food sources, with the exceptions of some elements that make a sprinkled donut flavor, such as the sprinkles or the crunchy peanut butter flavor, such as peanuts or peanut butter.

From what we can see in the available photos, Sprinkled Donut will have a white outer coating, which could be similar to that of the Blueberry Cobbler and Banana Nut Bread variations. The coating is likely vanilla or white chocolate and the bar itself has colored sprinkles mixed in with the inside of the bar.

Crunchy Peanut Butter Cup is the opposite, and covered in a chocolate coat, which we assume will be similar to the coating of the original Oatmeal Chocolate Chip flavor. Based on the pictures and name, it looks like this flavor will also have some crunchy peanuts and peanut butter element inside of the bar.

Although the ingredients will be slightly different for each of the new flavors, we can anticipate a similar nutritional/macro split as the original bars offer:

MRE Bar Nutrition Facts

MRE Bars may have different and distinct flavors, but the nutrition is the same across all MRE Bars.

  • 260 calories
  • 29g of carbs
    • 3g of fiber
    • 6g of sugar
  • 20g of protein
  • 9g of fat

There’s no word on when the new flavors will drop but following the incredible success of the original MRE bars, we anticipate these be released as soon as Redcon1 is able.

Love ’em or hate them, Redcon1 is blowing away the supplement market with what seems like a quality new product offering every month, and even more than that when you count in these new flavors.

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About the Author: Mike Roberto

Mike Roberto

Mike Roberto is a research scientist and water sports athlete who founded PricePlow. He is an n=1 diet experimenter with extensive experience in supplementation and dietary modification, whose personal expertise stems from several experiments done on himself while sharing lab tests.

Mike's goal is to bridge the gap between nutritional research scientists and non-academics who seek to better their health in a system that has catastrophically failed the public.

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