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Check Out This Natural Alternative To Peppermint Bark

Peppermint bark is a staple of the holiday season, but one quick glance at its nutrition information will kill any Christmas cheer right in its tracks. Full of calories, fat, and sugar, this yuletide treat will have you looking like Santa Claus — and not in a good way. Lucky for you, our expert nutritionists have found a fat-free replacement that’s tastier, crunchier, and, most importantly, all natural.

At a minimal amount of calories per serving, tree bark is the perfect treat to fill your festive cravings. With peppermint bark, you can only eat a square or two before you’re seriously risking getting fat. But with tree bark, you can have as much as you can chew!

Stripped from maple trees, oak trees, and apple trees, this new holiday treat comes in every flavor the forest can offer! For an extra Xmas twist, try the pine bark.

Peppermint bark is all about instant gratification — you pop it in your mouth, then it’s gone. But even a single serving of tree bark might take hours to chew, allowing you to savor the earthy flavor for as long as you want! Plus, you won’t be hungry for hours as your body goes through the process of attempting to digest it.

Worried about mouth splinters? Well who cares about mouth splinters when you can get a full day’s worth of fiber? Throw away your Fiber One bars because, unlike peppermint bark, tree bark is packed with it!

So there you have it! Tree bark beats peppermint bark in basically every category. It’s low in calories, fat, and sugar, while being high in everything that counts — crunch, chew, and Christmas cheer!

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