M & Co. asked about Aussie Bites.
They are little cookie-like things you buy at Costco. My aunt apparently got some for my grandpa. My dad ate them at his house. While I was in Costco I called my mom to see if she needed anything for this weekend and my dad was also on the phone raving about Aussie Bites.
I thought they were, possibly, dog treats.
He said they were little "muffin things" so I headed to the bakery. No luck. Then the regular bread section. He was describing them as granola bar alternatives so I went to the granola bar section. Finally, I was tired, so I asked for help. Turns out they are (today anyway) in the center isle thingy near the frozen food section. Right next to the brownie bites.
I know what brownie bites are....
Here are the stats:
Ingredients: Rolled Oats, Whole Grain Flour, Unsalted Butter, Sugar, Honey, Raisins, Dried Apricots, Sunflower Kernals, Flax Seeds, Shredded Coconut, Non-Hydrogenated Canola Oil, Baking Soda, Salt.
130 calories, 7 g of fat (3 saturated), 10 mg of cholesterol, 35 mg of sodium, 15 g of carb, 2 g of dietary fiber, 7 g of sugars, 2 g of protein.
They are very sweet and cookie-like.