Chocolate Coconut Love + Luna Bar Giveaway!

Guess what arrived?!?!?!

A giant package from…………


I currently have 15 strike that 14… ok 13 CHOCOLATE DIPPED COCONUT LUNA BARS in my possession 😀 😀 😀


As soon as the package arrived, I tore into the box.

Immediately, I tried to smell the chocolate coconut goodness through the wrapper.


I don’t smell anything…



This game didn’t go on long before I ripped open the package and took the first glorious bite of the new luna bar flavor.


HOLY CANNOLI!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 


Almond Joy lovers hold on to your seats.  This was so DELICIOUS and so worth the wait not to mention risking my life in a Cleveland ice storm.


See all the flaky coconut goodness?

Lucky for you all, I’m ready to share my goodies!  So, I’m going to give one reader TWO Coconut Luna Bars plus a Blueberry Bliss Luna Bar (one of my all-time favorite flavors)!


Here’s how you can enter:

1.)  Leave a comment including a link to the BEST healthy or healthified recipe you’ve ever tried.

2.)  Tweet about the giveaway (my twitter ID is @Fervent_Foodie) — make sure to leave a comment here letting me know you tweeted.   Here’s a shortlink for you: 

3.)  Like the Fervent Foodie page on Facebook and leave a comment here saying you did so.

I’ll let this run through Midnight eastern time on Tuesday Feb 15, and then I’ll use a random number generator to find out who I get to share some Luna Bar love with.  I hope you are as excited as I am… I know.. I’m obsessed.  It’s ok. 


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  1. OH MY, now that you’ve described the new luna bar as a close love affair with an Almond Joy I so cannot wait to get my hands on this one. The BEST overall healthy receipe I have tried has all come your fabulous Fervent Food blog. My most favorite is the Zuppa soup with the egg whites and baked brocolli a close second. I’m for sure going to hit the “like” button on Facebook cause your posts remind me daily to eat healthy and become a healthier me! Thank you Fervent Foodie. You ROCK!

  2. Wow – those look SO good! My husband and I have started to make better food for ourselves, and so far – making our own beef stew has been the best (I blogged it here – I can add as many or whatever veggies I want, and there’s no additives or crazy ingredients like store-bought stew/soup.

  3. Um okay wait a minute. I’ve certainly been living in a hole! I HAD NO IDEA THAT LUNA FLAVOR EXISTED!!!!!!!!! WOW. WOW. WOW.

    my favorite healthy food? baked tofu! You can cover it in buffalo sauce, dip it in kethcup – and you’ll never miss meat that way! 🙂

  4. Oooh I wanna try the blueberry ones so much! We still can’t get those here!

    My favorite healthified recipe would probably be Hungry Girl’s “fried” foods (using FiberOne to coat stuff and then bake it)… YUM!

  5. Squee! I’m so glad you finally got to try this amazingness!!! Since I’ve already tried this wonder, if I somehow win this, just give it to the person above me (good luck Kat!).

  6. Vanilla cupcakes, from cook yourself thin. Yum! Come on, does it get any better than delish cupcakes that are good for you? (and hiding a veggie!)

  7. The best recipe that I have is my protein pancakes!!!

    Golden Protein Pancakes!!!

    These pancakes are light, fluffy, and I would say they taste very good. I will show one serving. If Grant and I are both eating them, we make a double batch.


    3 Egg Whites

    1/2 cup of Oatmeal(I just use whatever kind as long as they are plain… apple cinnamon wouldn’t taste very good.)

    1/2 cup of fat free Cottage Cheese

    Blend together and cook like a regular pancake!

    I have found if you put the egg white in the blender first, then the oats, and then the cottage cheese, then the blender has the easiest time blending everything smoothly.

    We use Sugar-Free Syrup and 1 tbsp of Natural Unmixed Peanut Butter (spread on top of my pancakes), this is very filling, and we normally can just barely finish a serving each.
    encase you want to see pictures

  8. Healthified Banana Bread is amazing! You use applesauce and agave nectar instead of butter and sugar, but it still tastes rich and decadent!