CNP Protein flapjack £13 delivered @ CNP
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CNP Protein flapjack £13 delivered @ CNP

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Found 15th Nov 2015
CNP Protein flapjacks - Box of 24.
4 flavours to choose from

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£3 postage for orders under £50.

paypeanuts

£3 postage for orders under £50.



Also seem to have 12 pots of protein porridge for £3

Good price, last time I bought these the box was £23.99

Good find, I've order 2 boxes and a load of porridge pots. Heat.

Lemon meringue FTW

thanks ,ordered 4 times porridges £3 each 2 of each remaining flavour and 2 boxes of lemon protein bars.

Good deals thanks
Shame the protein bars not suitable for vegetarians

Thanks I ordered the porridge

I love these, bought 5 boxes last time round at this price.

Tempted to buy some...

Best flavours please peeps?

Chocolate orange is the best flavour

Where is the PayPal link ? Seen the logo, but can't find the option.....

It's ok, used Revolut

Please NOTE: From Wednesday 11th November to Tuesday 17th November we will be closed to undergo a warehouse refurbishment. Orders will be affected during this period and may take an extra 3 working days to reach than the original 3-5 working days.

We apologise for any inconvenience during this time.

DappaDonDave

Lemon meringue FTW



Agreed, cherry & almond is sickly!

kha27

Good deals thanks Shame the protein bars not suitable for vegetarians


Yeah, I munched quite a few before I realised. Gelatine being the culprit. Certainly not vegetarian friendly :(.

No PayPal option but their site shows PayPal logo... Also stated above

Got 2 boxes for £10 each.

Shame about the gelatin. It's not a good source of protein apparently. Ground cow hooves according to some articles.

Nice find, purchased the porridge and protein bars.

You'll get fat before fit eating these

Shame about the gelatin. It's not a good source of protein apparently. Ground cow hooves according to some articles.

digger87

Shame about the gelatin. It's not a good source of protein apparently. … Shame about the gelatin. It's not a good source of protein apparently. Ground cow hooves according to some articles.


Gelatin is used as a gelling agent or thickener in cooking, not as a source of protein.

What are these like compared the to the promax protein bars? Those are on offer at sainsburys

gonna give the porridge a go

Last time I ordered these at this price the best before date had expired. So be warned.

Coolio1988

What are these like compared the to the promax protein bars? Those are on … What are these like compared the to the promax protein bars? Those are on offer at sainsburys


These are really dry flavoured flapjacks and taste just so. The Pro-Max bars in my opinion taste better but aren't flapjacks though ..

yrreb88

Gelatin is used as a gelling agent or thickener in cooking, not as a … Gelatin is used as a gelling agent or thickener in cooking, not as a source of protein.



But some protein bar manufacturers misleadingly count the Gelatin as part of the protein quota. Better quality bars use different sources of gelling agent and thickeners. Consider the googled article accessible via the link below for instance...

article I got after 'googling' gelatine in protein bars
Edited by: "digger87" 15th Nov 2015

Coolio1988

What are these like compared the to the promax protein bars? Those are on … What are these like compared the to the promax protein bars? Those are on offer at sainsburys



The Promax ones are far better quality and I think they don't contain gelatine which removes a lot of question marks about their quality. Also, £1 per bar (I think that's their current price) is a decent price. I think I've managed 12 for a tenner via a one-off deal from amazon before, but that's very rare. So I tend to grab about 5 or so whenever they are £1 each in Sainsburys.

Thanks op

digger87

But some protein bar manufacturers misleadingly count the Gelatin as part … But some protein bar manufacturers misleadingly count the Gelatin as part of the protein quota. Better quality bars use different sources of gelling agent and thickeners. Consider the googled article accessible via the link below for instance... article I got after 'googling' gelatine in protein bars



I stand corrected. Whilst not the best source of protein, it will make up a fraction of the total protein content. Considering these bars are just a snack and thus shouldn't be making a huge contribution to your total protein intake anyway, I don't think it's a huge issue.

You should be getting a complete supply of protein from your daily diet, this bar shouldn't be a make or break point for your protein intake as it's just a convenient form of protein and that's it. Same thing with protein shakes for example and how people get so worked up over brands, amino acid profiles etc when they're only a small part of your diet.

digger87

The Promax ones are far better quality and I think they don't contain … The Promax ones are far better quality and I think they don't contain gelatine which removes a lot of question marks about their quality. Also, £1 per bar (I think that's their current price) is a decent price. I think I've managed 12 for a tenner via a one-off deal from amazon before, but that's very rare. So I tend to grab about 5 or so whenever they are £1 each in Sainsburys.



I love those Promax ones, Just enough calories with a lot of fibre. Great to snack on, Its the best one i had upto date.

yrreb88

I stand corrected. Whilst not the best source of protein, it will make … I stand corrected. Whilst not the best source of protein, it will make up a fraction of the total protein content. Considering these bars are just a snack and thus shouldn't be making a huge contribution to your total protein intake anyway, I don't think it's a huge issue. You should be getting a complete supply of protein from your daily diet, this bar shouldn't be a make or break point for your protein intake as it's just a convenient form of protein and that's it. Same thing with protein shakes for example and how people get so worked up over brands, amino acid profiles etc when they're only a small part of your diet.



Indeed - protein bars should be a supplement not a substitute. But the main point I was making are that there are distinctions between quality which usually explain why some are far cheaper than others. It was no surprise to me to see that Gelatine was an ingredient in this instance because the price was so low. I don't think I've ever seen bars which don't contain gelatine on such a good deal. I guess I'm just too cynical to accept such a good deal at face value without finding reasons why they might be so cheap.

NitrousUK

Yeah, I munched quite a few before I realised. Gelatine being the … Yeah, I munched quite a few before I realised. Gelatine being the culprit. Certainly not vegetarian friendly :(.


Next time make sure you read the label geezer.

bailey87

You'll get fat before fit eating these


You'll be fine if you fit it into your macros

Protein bars aren't real food but they're able to fill in a protein deficiency and they're quick and convenient sources of protein, not as good as real food though

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ordered on the day this deal was posted but still havent heard a peep from cnp about my order other than an acknowledgement

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Eez1

ordered on the day this deal was posted but still havent heard a peep … ordered on the day this deal was posted but still havent heard a peep from cnp about my order other than an acknowledgement



I ordered when I posted it and they all arrived today but didn't get any notification via email... It just turned up.
Also, all the bars and porridge were well in date.

Hasn't arrived yet. Still waiting.
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