The first thing I noticed about the bar after I unwrapped it was that it looked like a long rectangular light-brown cookie. I split the bar into two and saw that it had some walnuts in it which excited me. I went back to the wrapper to find that it also had raisins in it which I thought was cool. Then I decided to taste it -- and I was pleasantly surprised, it was actually pretty good! A nice cross between an apple and a soft cookie, and very different from the other bars that I regularly eat which was a nice change.
My apple flavored bar was only 140 calories, with 6 grams of fat, 3 grams of fiber, and 4 grams of protein, making it 2 or 2.5 weight watchers points. It also has some iron and vitamin C in it, which is never a bad thing.
I actually see these bars everywhere now, including at regular supermarkets and at various drugstores. They are relatively easy to find. They also come in several other flavors that I have yet to try including: strawberry, peanut chocolate chip, raisin almond, mango coconut, and berry.
Additionally (for those of you that don't like soyjoy -- seems like hit or miss), here is a link to some other low calorie bars I've blogged about that I think are both tasty and full of good ingredients (including the super yummy Fiberful Bar (0 WW points), Gnu Foods Bars, Fruitabu, Attune probiotic bar, Clif Z Bars, and Figamajigs, and Luna Tea Cakes).