You have been warned.

Nutri-Bombz are miniature bombz of pure, tasty goodness.

And are by far my new favourite weekly office delivery. (I’m sorry Quest bars, I still love you though!)


Every bomb contains ONLY 100% natural ingredients, so no artificial sweeteners, added sugars or syrups, preservatives or chemicals.


The bombz all have the same base key superfood ingredients; almonds, cacao, coconut and dates.



Enter the bombz, in all their varying glorious flavours:



I tested out 13. Here are my thoughts…

Choccy Orange – 3/5

Cals: 84.2; Sat fat: 1.3g; Total carbs: 10.3g, Sugar: 9.7g; Protein: 2g

Ingredients: Dates, almonds, cacao, coconut oil, cacao nibs

Considering the ingredients list, I’m not too sure how these bombz managed to achieve a genuine orange chocolate flavour but, nonetheless, tasty. Texturally, it had a crumbly cake texture and, for me, was missing that magical crunch.


Maldon Sea Salt – 5/5 1st PLACE

Cals: 83; Sat fat: 2.1g; Total carbs: 10.4g, Sugar: 9.5g; Protein: 1.7g

Ingredients: Dates, blanched almonds, cacao, desiccated coconut, coconut oil, salt

These cheeky bombz were chocolatey-rich and super gooey, tasting just like cake batter. No, I’m not joking. The hint of salt prevented them from being sickly, whilst the chewy flakes of desiccated coconut meant they nailed my texture box on the head. Too good for words.



Vanilla Fudge – 3/5

Cals: 84.3; Sat fat: 2.1g; Total carbs: 10.5g, Sugar: 9.5g; Protein: 1.7g

Ingredients: Dates, blanched almonds, cacao, desiccated coconut, coconut oil, vanilla extract, dried vanilla pods

These tasted chocolatey with a hint of vanilla, but lacked entirely on the ‘fudge’. Still, I really enjoyed the crunch from the outer wrapping of seeds.


Peanut Butter – 5/5 2nd PLACE

Cals: 97.1; Sat fat: 1.7g; Total carbs: 8.1g, Sugar: 7.3g; Protein: 2.9g

Ingredients: Dates, almonds, cacao, coconut oil, peanut butter, mixed nuts: peanuts, almonds, walnuts

These bombz were AWESOME, and even more so for their incredible stats considering they’re PB flavoured (almost questionably so…). Deliciously chocolatey-nutty and rammed full with big, fat peanut chunks, they were so yum. Although they were slightly greasy (I assume from the combo of coconut & peanut oil), they were hugely sating and the taste meant that this quality was easily compensated for.


Mint Choccy Brownie – 2/5

Cals: 84.5; Sat fat: 1.4g; Total carbs: 10.1g, Sugar: 9.4g; Protein: 2.0g

Ingredients: Dates, almonds, cacao, coconut oil, cacao nibs, natural flavouring

Dense, with a few nutty chewy bits, which I liked, but unfortunately the flavour was too reminiscent of Colgate for me.


Pecan Truffle – 4/5

Cals: 94.8; Sat fat: 0.5g; Total carbs: 9.4g, Sugar: 9.3g; Protein: 1.2g

Ingredients: Dates, pecans, vanilla extract

These were tip top. With a texture most different to any of the other bombz, these tasted EXACTLY like cake, or pecan pie, with huge chunks of ‘candied pecans’ blobbed throughout. They tasted questionably sweet & sugary, not that I’m complaining… provided the stats are accurate.



Choccy Brownie – 5/5 3rd PLACE

Cals: 84.2; Sat fat: 1.3g; Total carbs: 10.3g, Sugar: 9.7g; Protein: 2g

Ingredients: Dates, almonds, cacao, coconut oil, cacao nibs

I mean, these were REAL LIFE brownie good. Gooey and chocolatey, with a coupla’ yummy chewy bits, I coulda eaten an entire slab of these bad boys.


Wonder Berry – 2/5

Cals: 66.9; Sat fat: 0.1g; Total carbs: 15.3g, Sugar: 12.5g; Protein: 1.2g

Ingredients: Dates, oats, sesame seeds, ‘wonder berries’: cranberries (23%), goji berries (23%), raisins (22%), physalis (10%), blackcurrant (10%), blueberries (7%), strawberries (5%)

I wasn’t a huge fan of this flavour as despite tasting strongly of berries, the bombz had a very artificial, sickly taste to them, though I did think the sesame seeds added nice texture.


Coconut – 4/5

Cals: 85.7; Sat fat: 2.3g; Total carbs: 10.5g, Sugar: 9.6g; Protein: 1.7g

Ingredients: Dates, blanched almonds, cacao, desiccated coconut, coconut oil

Super dense and coconuty, these were right up my street. The same as my numero uno favourite Maldon Sea Salt bombz, minus the salt and with added almond chunks. Thus, texture wise for me, perfection. And for any Danes reading, they tasted identical to romkugle.


Nom nom nom.


Nutri-Bombz also do ranges of bombz specific to certain goals, like the two I sampled below:

Breakfast Bombz:

Summer Baobab – 3/5

Cals: 89; Sat fat: 3.5; Total carbs: 7.9g; Sugar: 5.3g; Protein: 1.7g

Ingredients: Dates, oats, egg white powder, dried blueberries, goji berries, preservative: sulphur dioxide

These were oaty and dense with chewy chunks of dried apricot, which I really liked. They were also definitely coconutty, meaning that two of the ingredients that I tasted most prominently are missing from the contents list, which is slightly concerning. Still, yummy and very ‘breakfasty’.


Choccy – 4/5:

Cals: 56; Sat fat: 0.1; Total carbs: 11g; Sugar: 7.8g; Protein: 2.8g

Ingredients: Dates, gluten-free oat bran, cacao, egg white powder

These were SOOOO yum! Especially considering their amazing low calorie & sat fat stats! Though personally I’m not sure I’d like them for breakfast. They had a proper, strong chocolate flavour, without being remotely sickly. Seriously epic considering they contain only 4 ingredients. Easily my favourite flavour from the ‘breakfast’ range and potentially my 4th place winner of the lot!


Goji Fruit ‘n’ Nut – 3/5:

Cals: 81.3; Sat fat: 0.6; Total carbs: 11.2g; Sugar: 10.3; Protein: 1.8g

Ingredients: Dates, almonds, pecan nuts, pumpkin seeds, vanilla, honey, raw cacao nibs, goji berries

Although at first I found them to be slightly artificial-fruit-flavoured, they did grow on me, and I have to say that I LOVED the crunch from the immense amount of nuts & seeds crammed inside.


Protein Bombz:

Omega Boost – 4/5

Cals: 71; Sat fat: 0.3g; Total carbs: 10.5g; Sugar: 10g; Protein: 4g

Ingredients: Whey protein concentrate, pea protein, dates, peanut butter, cacao powder, seeds: sunflower, pumpkin, hulled hemp, sesame seeds, rape seeds, golden linseed, brown linseed

These were super gooey and yummy with a light, sweet chocolate flavour. They also had loads of crunch from their outer seeds and a really impressive protein content considering their miniature size!


Oh the joy!

And oh the absolute sadness when I finished my last epic bomb.

Out of the 13 flavours that I tried, there were only 2 that I *didn’t really like*, otherwise, I really enjoyed the rest and absolutely LOVED, died a bit and went to heaven, over a good 4. So not bad, not bad at all.

No idea how I missed out on ordering the salted caramel bomb though, which sounds INSANE, but not to worry, I’m coming for you.

But on a genuinely serious note, what I will say is that these are dangerously moreish. Not on any one occasion could I have just 1, and seeing as they are ENERGY bombz, it’s quite easy for the calories to rack up if you’re not careful.

I honestly wish you all the luck in the world in opening a pack and not devouring them all. If you can, then you’re a hero (or don’t like food) in my eyes.

I’m already counting down the days till my next box!

If you’ve tried Nutri-Bombz I’d love to hear what your favourite flavour is and, if you haven’t, then you know what to do!

You can order a one-off box (£5.99) or start a subscription (£4.99 per box) here.