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Rip Van Wafels 12/Pack

Original price $29.88
Original price $29.88 - Original price $29.88
Original price $29.88
Current price $25.99
$25.99 - $25.99
Current price $25.99
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Flavor: Cookies and Cream

Wafer Waffle Snacks - Rip Van Wafels

If you're looking for a new & delicious Protein snack, look no further. You may have seen these while ordering your favorite drink at your local Starbucks, and now, BPN is bringing them to you as well. Rip Van Wafels are the most delicious & convenient on-the-go snacks for after your hardest workout. Treat yo'self to some unique & yummy flavors including Cookies & Cream and Honey & Oat. Each serving contains only 120 calories & 10 whole grams of Protein. And the best part -- there's absolutely no Trans Fat or Corn Syrup included. Treat yourself today, Gym Junkies! Introducing Rip Van Wafels!!

Rip Van Wafels Flavors

  • Snickerdoodle
  • Honey & Oat
  • Cookies & Cream

Rip Van Wafels Benefits

  • Contains 12 Delicious & Individually Wrapped Wafels
  • Delicious Tasting Flavors
  • Natural Coloring & Flavoring
  • 10 Whole Grams Of Protein
  • No Trans Fat Or Corn Syrup Included
  • Only 120 Calories Per Serving
  • Healthy On-The-Go Snack Item
  • The Perfect Post-Workout Treat

When Should I Eat Rip Van Wafels?

Rip Van Wafels recommends that you enjoy a Rip Van Wafel anytime you have a sweet tooth. Enjoy. 

Rip Van Wafels Ingredients

Servings Size: 1 Wafel

Servings Per Container: 1

Calories 120

Total Fat 6g

Saturated Fat 3.5g

Trans Fat 0g

Cholesterol 5mg

Sodium 80mg

Total Carbohydrate 10g

Dietary Fiber 6g

Total Sugars 3g

Includes 3g Added Sugars

Protein 1g

Vitamin D 0mg

Calcium 4mg

Iron 1mg

Potassium 10mg

Rip Van Wafels Side Effects & Warnings

Allergen Warning: Contains Eggs, Milk, & Wheat.


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