What Do I Think About the Chicken Primal Bar?

Chicken Primal Bar Package, Nutrition and ingredient ListDo you want a high-protein meat snack, but you get tired of beef jerky?

Or maybe you want an all-natural protein bar that has minimal carbs?

Perhaps you prefer a complete protein bar instead of one that contains processed protein powder?

Or possibly you just want to bite into a piece of chicken?

In any case, the Chicken Primal Bar will work for you. Well, probably. It has proved to be very pleasing for lots of other people. Not that you’re like them, or anything.

I Love Savory Meat Snacks Like the Chicken Primal Bar

Anyway, I really like meat snacks. Yes, protein bars taste great, but the savory chewiness gets me with treats like beef or bison jerky.

Not only do I like salt (especially after a workout or when I go hiking), but it tends to leave me more satisfied after I eat it. Sweet snacks sometimes leave me craving more, even if they contain fruit or a natural sweetener.

Furthermore, chewy foods let me enjoy the process of eating for longer. This tactic really works for me when I try to lose weight or want to eat less. Chewy foods. Try it sometime. =)

Just like other meat-based paleo protein bars on this site, the chicken has no added hormones. The bar contains no gluten, sugar, artificial ingredients or nitrates.

I really like the Chicken Primal Bars because they contain lean chicken. Therefore, you can digest them easily. Plus, if you have a hectic schedule, travel a lot or multi-task (like me), then you’ll probably appreciate this.

Caveman Foods Chicken Primal Bar, Smoked Jalapeno

There are 3 Primal Bar Flavors, All with Chicken, of Course

  • Smoked Jalapeno
  • Blueberry Pepper
  • Sweet Cherry

These bars have lots of flavor. Get ready for some kick! For example, check out the label of the Smoked Jalapeno bar that I posted. Other flavor bars have similar nutrients.

Smoked Jalapeno Primal Bar Ingredients:

  • Chicken (White and Dark Meat)
  • Honey
  • Chicken Broth
  • Apple Puree
  • Sea Salt
  • Red Pepper
  • Encapsulated Citric Acid
  • Dried Jalapeno Flakes
  • Chili Pepper
  • Garlic Powder
  • Onion Powder

Also, if you’ve ever tried (and liked) the Caveman Paleo Bars, then you will be happy to know that these primal bars are made by the same company. Yes, people liked their stuff, so they started making more. Go figure.

Nutrition Info:

120 Calories
3g Fat
5g Carbs
4g Sugar
18g Protein
0g Fiber

PS. Mark Sisson has a tasty recipe for how to make your own turkey jerky if you want to test your cooking skills. If you’ve never made meat jerky before, get ready to be pleasantly surprised by how easy it is.


Cara Rennie, PaleoBarChart.com
About the Author: Cara Rennie is a paleo cooking chef, writer and advocate for healthy living. With over a decade of experience in the culinary industry, Cara has established herself as an expert in the paleo lifestyle, emphasizing the use of natural ingredients that promote a balanced and sustainable lifestyle. She firmly believes in the power of food to transform people's lives, while helping others discover the joys of paleo eating. Facebook | Pinterest