Snickers

Nutritional value per 47 g | |
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Energy | 220 kcal (920 kJ) |

Carbohydrates | 29 |

Sugars | 24 |

Dietary fiber | 1.0 |

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## Do Snickers bars give you energy?

‘Healthy’ energy bars that have more sugar than a Snickers

Many energy bars have more sugar and calories than a regular-sized Snickers candy bar. So, yes, these bars will definitely supply energy, but probably not the long and sustained energy that a meal with balanced protein, carbohydrates and fat would provide.

## How many joules are in a Snickers bar?

Units of Energy

For example, the joule is a measure of electrical energy while the calorie or British thermal unit (BTU) is typically used for measuring thermal energy. A 2.1 oz. Snickers bar contains 280 Calories. In normal energy terms, this is 280,000 cal or 280 kcal.

## How much caffeine is in a regular Snickers bar?

Snickers Charged bar full of caffeine. Snickers doesn’t just satisfy these days – it can also give you a caffeine buzz. Packed full of peanuts, caramel and 60 milligrams of caffeine, the newfangled Snickers Charged is being marketed as a midafternoon pick-me-up in the city that never sleeps.

## How much sugar is in a full size Snickers bar?

Granola bar = 1.5 fun-size Snickers bars

Your average bar has about 12 grams of sugar—AKA 1.5 mini Snickers and almost half of the daily recommend amount.