I have always loved cooking and would prefer to spend every waking moment in the kitchen. I am an experimenter, too. I see a recipe as a suggestion rather than a hard and fast rule. This philosophy does not always guarantee a foolproof meal, but the journey is part of the fun.
Le Bars were started in the spring of 2015 when I was looking for an alternative to my usual yogurt for breakfast. I had just visited a friend who inspired me by making her own granola bars. So I came home, looked in my pantry, and voila! A Le Bar was born. So many of today's granolas and breakfast bars are packed with sugar and other refined ingredients. Le Bar is all-natural. The only sweeteners are dried fruits and pure maple syrup.
I thought Le Bar was pretty tasty, but I needed other opinions. I shared with my husband, who loves food that's packed with sugar, flour, and not-so-good-for-you fats. He, too, loved Le Bar. I knew I was on to something then! I shared with our families and countless friends, and everyone loved it--even the people I thought would be deterred by the healthiness of Le Bar.
Food is my love language, and I hope you love Le Bars!
Location and Where to buy around town
Le Bar was born in Nashville, TN, also known as Music City. If you've never been, please come visit! It's a fantastic city with amazing food, music (obviously), and people.
You may purchase Le Bars online--just go to the shop page. If you're in the middle-Tennessee area, we can be found at farmers markets and festivals, and they're always available online!
Markets for the 2017 season:
- Richland Park Farmers Market (4711 Charlotte Avenue, Nashville, TN 37209) on Saturdays from 9:00 AM - 12:30 AM from May - December
Le Bar is committing 10% of its profits to Ronald McDonald House Charities of Nashville. With chapters all around the world, Ronald McDonald House provides low-cost housing for families whose children are receiving treatment at a nearby hospital. The RMHC gives families a "home away from home." Families do not have to worry about the expense of a hotel room for an extended amount of time and are able to be within walking distance of the hospital. The Nashville Chapter requests a donation of $15 per night, but since most families cannot afford that, the House relies on donations.