Eaten for years by the Jackson Hole locals in order to maximize ski time, Kate Schade's original homemade Tram Bars are quickly becoming popular nationwide. Made from organic, all natural ingredients, Kate's line of energy bars deliver an exciting mix of texture and flavor to fuel any outdoor adventure.
The energy bars include a good combination of fats, proteins, and carbohydrates to keep you skiing, biking, hiking or running for hours. Pocket sized, these bars are perfect for winter activity as they don't freeze like Clif Bars or even candy bars tend to do.
One 360 calorie Tram Bar packs in the oats, honey, peanut butter, milk chocolate, rice nuggets, dried bananas, dried apricots, raisins, sesame seeds, sunflower seeds and sea salt. The Kate's energy bar line has expanded to include two new flavors: the Grizzly Bar, which is the dark chocolate version of the Tram Bar, and the heavenly coconut spice Caz Bar.
I tried one of the Tram Bars at Outdoor Retailer last summer and they are very tasty, a delicious mix of chocolate, peanut butter, fruit and honey. You get a nice burst of energy from the honey and chocolate but the oats and peanut butter will help keep you going for much longer.
A 6 pack of Tram Bars costs $21 and can be purchased from the company website or at select retailers. These energy bars would make perfect stocking stuffers for the outdoor enthusiast on your list!