Lenny & Larry's, the MUSCLE Brownie, Triple Chocolate, 12 Brownies, 2.29 oz (65 g) Each (Discontinued Item)
|Package Quantity||12 Count|
20 g Protein Per Brownie 20% Daily Fiber 10 g Fat Per Brownie Less Sugar† †35% Less Sugar than a Regular Brownie 0 g Sugar Alcohols Whey Protein Contains Milk †A regular (40 g) brownie has 14 g of sugar or more. Lenny & Larry's The Muscle Brownie has only 6 g!
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