Finaflex Shares Everything About Its Promising Collaboration With MoonPie

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Hand is holding box Power Pie

Power Pie is a delicious protein snack from Finaflex that has been put together in partnership with the original chocolate, graham, and marshmallow treat, MoonPie. The product is said to have the same MoonPie experience from taste to texture, featuring two crumbly cookies, a marshmallow filling, and covered in milk chocolate, but with more than four times the protein at 14g thanks to its inclusion of milk and whey isolate.

The other macros packed into a single Finaflex and MoonPie PowerPie are 27g of carbohydrates with 9g of that sugar, 14g of fat, and 290 calories. Those numbers are for the product’s Chocolate flavor and vary slightly for the other flavor on its menu, Vanilla. Compared to a regular MoonPie, the PowerPie has more fat and calories but a bit over 25% lower carbohydrates, just under half the sugar, and, as mentioned, more than four times the protein.

Chocolaye pies

Finaflex and MoonPie’s Power Pie isn’t as lean as a typical protein bar or a traditional protein powder-made protein shake, but it’s undoubtedly a better-for-you snack aiming for that classic mouthwatering MoonPie experience with less sugar and more protein. It’s an extremely exciting product that looks and sounds like it’ll taste amazing, with a lot of our confidence coming from the fact it’s been put together with MoonPie itself.

Power Pie is officially launching on the 20th of July in boxes of ten MoonPie-like protein-packed treats, although a smaller size has been pictured with four Power Pies. Once again, the product will be available in two flavors, both of which are from the menu of the classic single-decker MoonPie in Chocolate and Vanilla, with Finaflex’s online store at expected to be one of the first places to have it in stock.

Girl is holding box with Power Pie

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