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Thrive-Market-RibbonWhen it comes to your Netflix and snacking time, chocolate is a *sacred* part of the ritual. The issue? Not all chocolate-y goodness is created equal, nutrition-wise.

Thrive Market, the online destination for wholesome staples from trending wellness brands, is hooking you up with a healthier alternative: Primal Kitchen Dark Chocolate Almond Bars.

With no added sugar (you can thank honey and monk fruit extract for the sweetness), 15 grams of protein, and six grams of fiber, it’s a better way to satisfy your cravings—and will leave you feeling full without the dreaded sugar crash.

Each Paleo-friendly bite of bittersweet chocolate and Turkish almonds is totally free of dairy, soy, and gluten. Oh, and yep: there’s also grass-fed collagen in there, the super-hyped ingredient that’s been buzzy for gut health and beauty benefits.

Right now, Thrive Market is giving Well+Good readers a free six-pack. Try it for yourself (before they’re gone!) and count it as a mindful snacking win.

To get your free bars, go to thrivemarket.com

Photo: Thrive Market