WIN-It-Wednesday: Bakery on Main Soft & Chewy Gluten-Free Granola Bars

If you love a soft & chewy granola bar, but haven’t been able to find one since being on a gluten-free (as well as dairy and casein-free) diet… you are now in luck!
The folks over at Bakery on Main have just introduced a new, chewy and just for you granola bar!

These soft & chewy bars come in three flavors: the traditional and all-time-favorite, Peanut Butter & Jelly; the decadent and rich, Chocolate Almond; and the cozy and comfortable, Apple Cinnamon.

And, lucky for us, as well as being certified gluten, dairy & casein free these bars are also free of GMOs, trans fat and cholesterol.

What makes these new granola bars so soft & chewy is the perfect combination of whole grains such as certified gluten-free oats, amaranth & quinoa… all baked to chewy perfection! These bars are great for an on-the-go gluten-free breakfast or snack.

These bars are so new and fresh-out-of-the-oven, that they’re currently only available for purchase on the Bakery on Main website. And if the softness & chewiness of these bars isn’t enough to tempt you, Bakery On Main is offering, for a limited time only, FREE SHIPPING on your entire order when you order any of the Soft & Chewy Granola Bars!

Plus, for the next two week’s WIN-It-Wednesdays on, the great folks over at Bakery on Main have graciously offered 6 (Yes, SIX!) LUCKY BeFreeForMe members a prize pack that contains three 5-count boxes of the new Soft & Chewy Granola Bars (one of each flavor). This is 15 bars total per prize!

How can you win?


Reply to this blog post and tell us why you are lucky… In life, in love, in looking at the little things – just share with us any reason at all on why you are one lucky gal or guy! (Me? I’m lucky to have such great family and friends, a job that I love and the ability to be able to find such beauty in all the snow we’ve been hit with this winter!)

There are also TWO chances to WIN one of these WIN-It-Wednesday prizes. One is between Wednesday, January 26th and Tuesday, February 1st  (12 Midnight EST) and the second is between Wednesday, February 2st and Tuesday, February 8th (12 Midnight EST). Three winners will randomly be selected each week. So make sure you respond two times to this post!

Good Luck, Always look at life from the bright & lucky side… and as always,

Be Free!

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92 Responses to “WIN-It-Wednesday: Bakery on Main Soft & Chewy Gluten-Free Granola Bars”

  1. Brooke Says:

    I feel so fortunate that I was diagnosed with Celiac Disease when I did! It is hard to think about all the undiagnosed people out there that are suffering . . . Let’s all try to spread the word about Celiac Disease! I also feel fortunate that we have some pretty incredible gluten-free flours to bake with now as well as wonderful products on the market. You don’t need to feel deprived if you are gluten-free now!

  2. Cheryl F. {The Lucky Ladybug} Says:

    I’m lucky to have traveled often and loved much 🙂 *Thanks* for the giveaway!

  3. Amy Avery Says:

    I am lucky to have faithful lifelong friends that have helped me on my journey towards healthy eating and finding foods that won’t hurt me.

  4. Linda Williams Says:

    When I was diagnosed with Celiac, my sister and best friend taught me how to cope. Now, a dear friend has been diagnosed and she calls me for help. This GF lifestyle brings us closer together. We share recipes, yummies and love. How great is that!

  5. Lori Niver Says:

    I am lucky because I have wonderful parents.

  6. cindy Says:

    I am lucky to be healthy once again.

  7. Dave Says:

    I am lucky (well, I prefer to say “blessed”) because I am turning 40 this year and have at my side good health, a wonderful wife, 2 amazing daughters, one cool dog, friends & family galore, and a loving, faithful God.

  8. Julie R Says:

    I am so lucky to have such an amazing husband, who is so supportive of me. I am also blessed to have a wonderful family & have enough for the basics of life.

  9. phyllis Says:

    I am lucky because I’ve been blessed with a caring and loving husband who supports me through this celiac way of life.

  10. Lisa V Says:

    I’m lucky to be free!

  11. Cindy Diaz Says:

    I’m truly grateful for my family and friends. I’m blessed that my 10 year old daughter has recovered from a brain tumor and is doing above and beyond what all the doctors thought. I’m grateful to be able to stay at home with our new addition to our family and I’m able to see all his milestones. I love living in a warm climate and hearing the sound of rain and just watching the wind blowing against the trees on breezy days.

  12. Theresa Shafer Says:

    I am lucky because I see the opportunities and I take them. I am blessed with a sense of humor that laughs in the rain. I see the glass as half full and know I can share some of my water. Luck is as you see it. I am lucky.

  13. Bonnie B Says:

    I am lucky to have such three amazing children. No matter what happens I look at their adorable faces and all is better.

  14. Kathleen Says:

    I am lucky to be married to a wonderful husband, have a job I love, and wonderful friends and family. 🙂

  15. Lisa Passalacqua Says:

    I am lucky to be able to go back to college and be a good example to my kids! They see possibilities for their futures that I didn’t get to see when I was young.

  16. Jennifer Says:

    I’m lucky because I have a job, a husband that puts up with me, and I live in southern AZ where there’s no snow! 🙂

  17. Jennifer Says:

    And I’m lucky that I get two chances to win!

  18. Jessica Says:

    Today’s daily thought was a quote from Ralph Waldo Emerson:

    “To laugh often and much; to win the respect of intelligent people and the affection of children; to earn the appreciation of honest critics and to endure the betrayal of false friends. To appreciate beauty; to find the best in others; to leave the world a bit better whether by a healthy child, a garden patch, or a redeemed social condition; to know that even one life has breathed easier because you have lived. This is to have succeeded.”

    I’m lucky because I am able to influence children for the better every single day in a before and after school program. Touching lives one person at a time is what I strive to do. By Emerson’s definition, I’ve already succeeded. :]

  19. jill Says:

    I am truly blessed in this life with a great family, friends,Church family,neighbors

  20. Kara Williamson Says:

    I am so lucky for finding a real four-leaf clover, for having an artistic talent and academic excellence, for graduating college and getting a job right away that I LOVE DOING!!
    I am intrigued to try the PBnJ bars!

  21. Sharesa Says:

    I am blessed with an amazing husband, three adorable children, loving friends and a creative mind!

  22. Stephanie Says:

    I am extremely lucky to have been declared gluten and soy free. I grew up resenting my diet issues. When I finally accepted it, i have been both happier and healthier. It is not a death sentence instead it is a life sentence!

  23. Jill Says:

    I am lucky to have the best husband and two little girls in the world! I couldn’t be more blessed.

  24. Chelsie Says:

    I feel very lucky to have a husband who is very conscious and caring of me and for having the most well behaved baby! I considered myself spoiled!

  25. Ursula Says:

    I am lucky because after several years of seeing different doctors and putting my poor daughter through so many tests we discovered she had celiac disease. I’m lucky because after removing gluten from her diet, she gained 15 pounds and grew 6 inches in one year. I’m lucky because all we had to do to “cure” her and make her completely healthy again was to remove one little ingredient from her diet. I’m lucky because instead of a sickly 6 year old, she is now a healthy and thriving 12 year old.

  26. Jennifer Bussey Says:

    I am blessed to have a great husband and beautiful children. I personally don’t believe in luck, but I do believe in blessings from God. A loving relationship with a creator beats chance by a long shot.

  27. Pamela Elliott Says:

    I am very blessed to have a wonderful caring family. I have a wonderful loving husband who takes care of me and my beautiful, sweet 15yr old daughter. I have a warm bed, food, and clothing. I am blessed to have a job.

  28. kristina herrick Says:

    I am blessed with 2 beautiful girls(who also have celiac), a wonderful husband of 9 years and great family and friends. I love my Arbonne business and that fact the products are now ALL gluten free. Cant wait to share these wonderful personal care products with other celicas. It is my passion for celiacs to get safe and beneficial products at a discount. We all know the foods is costly enough.

  29. patricia Says:

    I am truely grateful for all the pioneer cooks that have gone before me and wrote the gluten-free cookbooks that are available today. I am also grateful for my wonderful family. Thanks for the great giveaway.

  30. Sarah Says:

    I am lucky to have such a wonderful family supporting our new celiac diagnosis and gluten free life.

  31. Lisa Durene Says:

    I am so lucky I have a fabulous family, and also, though most people would not agree, I am lucky to have found out I am gluten intolerant. Yes, I needed to change my diet but at least I did not have to start taking medicine or worse!

  32. Christina Says:

    I don’t believe in luck as a few others have posted. But I am so grateful to be providentially blessed with my dear family and talents that bring others joy. I also feel really blessed to have such tasty options available in the gluten free diet. I love bakery on main granola and can’t wait to try the granola bars!!

  33. Martha S. Kerr-Burke Says:

    I’m lucky I have such a wonderful husband ! He fusses at me about how I don’t eat enough healthy food-I don’t get enough sleep & on and on but I wouldn’t have it any other way ! I have a long list of medical problems and I’m lucky & also blessed to have him and know he looks out for me !

  34. Todd Ollis Says:

    I’m lucky to had been diagnosed in 2010. I was laid off from my job at the end of the year and it was a year ago right now that I started getting sick. Back then I had the financial resources to see specialist to figure out what was wrong. Now I’m going to school full time, I’m healthy and I have the support of my partner and family.

  35. Rhonda Says:

    I feel lucky to have a job that I enjoy and family that support my GF lifestyle.

  36. Melanie Says:

    Lucky to have 2 wonderful kids and loving husband to love and support me and try all the gluten free creations I make. My best friend who is always there. Her sone who is 8 years old and is always reading labels to find gluten free food. Thanks for the giveaway.

  37. Jennifer Says:

    I am a lucky person,
    Though I have my problems,
    my faults and a horrible disease
    that will not beat me and its
    just one I have to learn to live with
    I’m still a lucky person.
    I have a great family,
    That loves me, and a boyfriend
    that can drive me insane though
    I would not have him any other way.
    as I love him.

    Still I am a lucky person,
    as many people, do not have
    what I have got.
    Which is a good loving family,
    some wonderful true friends, a great
    boyfriend and a job
    Also they do not have my twin nephews,
    who have brought me a lot of joy.

    So despite, Celiac disease
    I sill have so many things
    to be grateful for so I am
    A lucky person!

  38. Janet LaRue Says:

    I’m lucky that I have such loving and great friends who support me in whatever I do! They are behind me for my disease, life and work! Life is so much better with them in my life!

  39. Michie Page Says:

    I’m lucky to have such supportive friends and family and lucky to have a job that I love in this rough economy.

  40. sarah Says:

    I feel so blessed (lucky) to have my family. I was raised with love and strong values. I really love my huge, crazy, fun family. Nothing is better than feeling rooted in their love. They’ve seen me at my best and worst…and have loved me through it all.

  41. Darin Says:

    I’m lucky to have a wife who doesn’t let her various food allergies get in the way of life.

  42. Laurie Says:

    I am so lucky to have such supportive and loving family and friends. And I am also extremely blessed to have my health, gluten-free though it may be! No matter what battles we struggle with there is always someone who has it worse, so I am grateful for everything positive in my life.

  43. katheryn Says:

    I am feeling truly blessed/lucky to have found this befreeforme website. I am still learning about gluten free and I’m so glad to know there are others out there doing this successfully, also so many other responses I’ve read include faith-filled statements, I feel as if I am among friends. Thank you

  44. Sherry Pinto Says:

    My 16 yr old daughter loves granola bars, they were one of her favorite school snack foods before recently getting diagnosed with celiac just before Christmas. Now being in a financial situation it is one of the gluten free foods that we can’t afford to buy so this would be a treat for her. =)

  45. Janet Says:

    I am BLESSED to have the most amazing husband who has put up with me and my health issues for 19 years. I had gained a lot of weight and was about 420 lbs. and this man stood by me and helped me take care of my personal grooming needs and believed in me! I was able to lose 180 lbs. and he was so instrumental in helping me overcome the emotional obstacles that kept me from believing in myself. I am BLESSED that this amazing man has also helped my Mother and has treated her like she was his own mother (she is disabled); she lives with us and has for the past 12 years. During our whole marriage one member of my family or another needed to live with us and he has never complained. He has been such a strength and a hero to me. Without that blessing in my life, I would not be able to cope with my many illnesses and the fact we were never able to have children. I am also truly BLESSED with in-laws who treat me like their own. How can I go wrong with these people in my life? Sometimes it’s easier to see the worst in people, but God has blessed me with the ability to see the good in people – that’s a wonderful blessing!


  46. Terri Peters Says:

    I feel lucky that more companies are labeling their products gluten free. It makes it easier to find products I can eat. I can’t imagine how difficult it must have been years ago.

  47. Nicole Says:

    I am lucky to be able to help others achieve better health. I am a primary care health care provider & I have seen many of my patients improve when I have talked to them about trying a gluten free diet. We (as a country) eat far too many carbs. Working on our diets makes such a massive impact on our overall health. I am so fortunate to be a part of that for so many people!

  48. Caroline Leithiser Says:

    I’m so lucky – my husband and I have both overcome serious health issues; we have great kids and friends and really enjoy each other every day.

  49. Marilyn Kelly Says:

    I am lucky to be diagnosed at a time when there are so many resources to find the information and labeled foods that we all need.

  50. Erin Small Says:

    I am so lucky to be getting married to an amazing man this year.

  51. Mary Ann Says:

    I’m lucky to live in a loving family; to have friends that care and support me; and to have a job where I can make a difference in the lives of others. And of course, I’m REALLY lucky to have a 20 month grandson, with another grandbaby on the way. LIFE IS GOOD!

  52. jazmine antico Says:

    I’m so lucky for everything in life! I love flowers, animals, babies, cooking, pretty smells, my family, friends, smiles, and sunny weather:)

  53. Margaret Waage Says:

    I feel so lucky because even though we were hit hard by snowfall causing numerous leaks, I hit my son’s car reversing in driveway and then he hit mine with my husband’s car, my husband said to me “No matter how leaky a house or a new scratch on the cars, we are a family. Even if we had no roof to protect us- we have each other.”

  54. Kyley Says:

    I feel blessed because of the amazing mother I have. My mom was in the hospital with me when I was 10 years old in a room surrounded by vials and needles, when doctors told me I had type 1 diabetes. It is because of the way my mom raised me, as a normal child on shots and counting carbs, that I am able to see my “disability” and just the opposite. I see my “disability” as something that has given me so much hope, pride and a sense of accomplishment because I have been able to live with it for over a decade successfully, which is something that people 80 years ago would not have been able to do or even conceive.
    So, that is why I feel blessed for my incredible mom.

  55. Alisha Says:

    I will so blessed to have a wonderful family, that enjoys eating Gluten Free food with me. The support of my friends as well that are constantly on the look out for Gluten free products for me.

  56. patricia Says:

    I am truly blessed with good friends and family. I am blessed with a husband that allows me to try all the many different gluten-free recipes. Some don’t always turn out so good but he supports me and eats it anyway. Thanks for the great giveaway.

  57. Angela Says:

    I am lucky b/c I am happy where I am at in life! Not regretting the past, not wishing for more in the future, but truly happy now! I love my job helping people with brain tumors (though they help me more), my husband, my family and friends and finally I am on the road to recovery after CD diagnosis…what more could someone want!

  58. Toby Says:

    Okay, I’ll bite lol…(no pun intended) ;D Let’s see, where do I start?? I have a great family, job, home, puppies, just returned from Hawaii, need I say more?!? :D:D:D

  59. PJ Says:

    I am lucky because I have a wonderful husband who has figurede out this GF stuff while I was sinking miserably, and two great boys.

  60. Lori Niver Says:

    My family is the reason I am lucky. I would be lost without them.

  61. Caryn Says:

    I am simply blessed to be loved in so many ways. The love of my husband, the sweet hugs and kisses of my children, the support of my parents and family, and the happines that comes with great friends.

  62. Todd Says:

    I’m lucky that after 8 hours, my power was turned back on from the ice storm!

  63. Lisa V Says:

    I feel like I’m lucky I finally found a doctor to diagnose my gluten intolerance as I’ve turned my life around and finally feel better after 15+ years of being sick!

  64. KATHY NUNYA Says:


  65. Lisa Says:

    I am so lucky to have a job that I enjoy, well most of the time. But in this economy, I am blessed to be working!

  66. cindy Says:

    I’m thankful to have a wonderful job to go to every day.

  67. Christina Says:

    Here I go for the second week of counting my blessings! A merciful God, great family, the gift of making music every day of my life, and despite my gluten free lifestyle- real gusto for tasty food!

  68. Alisha Says:

    I am blessed to have a loving family and amazing friends 🙂

  69. Jessica Says:

    I’m lucky because I’ve been fortunate enough to have been diagnosed after nine months of being sick every single day and not knowing why. I’m lucky because I have support from my family, friends, and boyfriend. I’m lucky because I haven’t had to endure being a celiac through the former times when quality, good tasting gluten free products were few and far between. I’m lucky because I’ve been blessed and grown through persevering during rough times. I’m lucky because I live on to take part in this wonderful, mysterious life. And now I have the knowledge to do it in a healthy way.

  70. Toby Says:

    Love second chances!! 😀 Okay, I’ll bite lol…(no pun intended) ;D Let’s see, where do I start?? I have a great family, job, home, puppies, just returned from Hawaii, need I say more?!? :D:D:D AND terrific friends!!!

  71. jill Says:

    Lucky? I’d rather say ‘blessed”.Thankful that we missed the worst of the Winter weather this year ! Thankful for the freedoms we have in this great country.

  72. Jenny Says:

    I am lucky to have a great family and a roof over my head!

  73. Erin Small Says:

    I am lucky to have a disease that requires no medicine, just a switch in diet!!

  74. Michie Page Says:

    I am lucky that my parents were such good cooks and encouraged us to try new things and never give up. Because of them, I never felt like I was missing out.

  75. Louise Says:

    I am very blessed with a wonderful husband of almost 23 years now who is also my best friend and biggest supporter. He is also a wonderful cook and constantly amazes me with delicious, gluten-free meals. I am also thankful for our wonderful two precious kitties who bring much joy and laughter to our lives. Thanks for this opportunity to think about all the reasons to be thankful!

  76. Kristen G Says:

    Lucky to have a friend as a lover…it doesn’t get any better than that!

  77. Jill Says:

    I am lucky again because I have my health, home, career, and love.

  78. Lisa V Says:

    I feel like I’m lucky I finally found a doctor to diagnose my gluten intolerance as I’ve turned my life around and finally feel better after 15+ years of being sick!

  79. Dave Says:

    I am very lucky (well, I prefer to say “blessed”) because I am turning 40 this year and have at my side good health, a wonderful wife, 2 amazing daughters, one cool dog, friends & family galore, and a loving, faithful God. Would love to win these granola bars for my active wife and daughter, who are both Celiacs. Thanks.

  80. Janet LaRue Says:

    I feel very lucky to have my health back and to have the ability to share all my knowledge regarding Celiac Disease by running a support group! Have made some very dear friends and have helped many as well! Very lucky!

  81. Shirley Says:

    I am lucky I can control my celiac disease by eating GF foods, and do not have to take any type of medication. I also belong to a wonderful support group which is very active, we have speakers, share new produts, receipes and welcome new members.

  82. Cheryl F. {The Lucky Ladybug} Says:

    I’m lucky we survived this week’s blizzard without any damage 🙂 *Thanks* for the giveaway!

  83. Chelsie Says:

    I am lucky because there is not one thing in my life I would change! I have an amazing husband and the best little boy in the world and great friends!

  84. cathi Says:

    i am lucky to have such incredible resources on the internet to help me on this journey to feeling better and living healthier!

  85. Eileen Says:

    Even though I have two kids with Autism, I feel blessed by them. They bring me such joy and happiness in the little things in life

  86. susan Says:

    I’m lucky to have such great family and friends. Thanks for the chance to win!

  87. Terri Peters Says:

    our Packers are in the superbowl. Go PACK Go

  88. Karen Says:

    I am lucky because I make my own luck. I start off the day saying my “I AM” statements, Thanking God for my blessings. then through out the day I speak only positive words and looking at the world with the glass half full! Blessing to all.

  89. zoey dampf Says:

    I am thankfull for my family and friends, and for so many blessings that i have had. Its truly a blessing to be alive for me for i almost passed away two years ago, so very close to death and to have been spared is the biggest blessing to me

  90. Ashley S Says:

    When I first found out I could not have gluten, yeast, dairy or eggs I was devastated! I was going to culinary school to pursue baking and pastries! As soon as I got used to the fact that I would never be able to pursue that dream, I made another goal to become a specialty chef and dietician to help other people with the allergies and intolerances, and to be able to enjoy food and life again. I am having so much fun experimenting with different recipes and trying different products. I am very lucky to have support from all my family and friends, and others going through the same experience. It has become a wonderful journey for me.

  91. Alison Says:

    I am lucky for so many reasons. I was in a car accident about a year ago now that could have killed me, but I am here today. I have spent the last year re-learning how to do everything again, and, by the grace of God and a lot of hard work, I am back up and moving again. It may not be the same, but I am able to do so much more than anyone ever imagined. I can not only use my legs, I can take steps and will soon be able to walk fully. I am so lucky to have an amazing family and friends around me who have supported me through all of this and never let me give up even on my toughest days. Lots of love, a positive attitude, and great people around me, have made me one of the luckiest girls in the world!

  92. Kristan Says:

    I am so glad to finally have an answer. My seen year old son just got diagnosed with celiac. It was the answer to why he was always sick. He finally feels good.

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