Ok, this is NOT good…. I have another obsession and they’re called Quest Protein Bars by Quest Nutrition. On the bright side these little goodies are loaded with protein and fiber, made with good ingredients (no junky additives), are gluten-free and have super low net carbs.
About Quest Nutrition:
“Quest Nutrition is committed to producing delicious functional foods that make no nutritional compromises. Founded to deliver the highest quality products that help active, health-conscious consumers achieve their goals, Quest has established itself as a premier brand that people trust.”
I was lucky enough to receive a variety box of Quest bars in addition to their Quest PASTA and Quest Cravings peanut butter cups. One thing you will instantly notice when sampling products from Quest is that they are made with high quality ingredients. I have tried so many different types of protein and nutritional bars over the years and many are, well, gross. Not the ones from Quest! I love the texture of their bars and they DO NOT have the weird after taste that so many bars do. Actually, they are delicious!
Quest Protein bars come in Lemon Cream Pie, Strawberry Cheesecake, Coconut Cashew, Cinnamon Roll, Chocolate Peanut Butter, Banana Nut Muffin, Peanut Butter and Jelly, Mixed Berry Bliss, Apple Pie, Peanut Butter Supreme, Vanilla Almond Crunch, Chocolate Brownie, Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough, White Chocolate Raspberry, Double Chocolate Chunk and Cookies & Cream (my personal fav). Just put your bar in the microwave for about 10 seconds and you have yourself a warm apple pie, brownie or chocolate chip cookie, yum! Just look at that huge hunk of chocolaty goodness in that photo below!
Quest Protein Bars contain 20g of protein and 2-6g net carbs! Here is a list of Quest bar wholesome ingredients. (Be sure check individual bars for exact ingredients, as they may vary per bar).
Whey Protein Isolate
Milk Protein Isolate
Natural Peanut and Almond Butters, Peanuts, Almonds and Cashews
Sea Salt and Natural Flavors
Lo Han Guo
Don’t forget for check out the mouth-watering Quest Bar recipes. You will be amazed at these decadent desserts that won’t derail your eating plan or hard work in the gym. You can buy a single bar, a sampler box, or purchase at stores across the United States! Quest offers an unconditional 100% money back guarantee, so go ahead and try them out for yourself! Plus, get 10% Off when you sign up for auto-delivery of Quest Protein Bars!
Quest also offers Quest Cravings peanut butter cups. Like Quest Protein bars, Quest Cravings are the much healthier version of your favorite candy. Cravings contain over 20 grams of protein, 4 grams of active carbs and no added sugar! Plus, they are oh so yummy! I love the creamy texture and the hint of sea salt, yum!
Don’t forget that Quest has a Guilt-Free option for noodles…. yep, you heard me correctly! These noodles come in two varieties, Original and Spinach Fettuccine. Quest PASTA is made from Konjac root, also known as Glucomannan. Konjac root has been eaten for hundreds of years in Japan and other Asian countries. Many love Konjac root for its hunger reducing properties. While containing very few calories, the noodles leave you full and satisfied! And best of all they are actually good! I was a bit hesitant at first at the sight of the noodles floating in a bag of water (the pasta is packed in alkaline water to ensure freshness). But after a good rinse and some sauce, I must admit I was impressed. Plus only 3 grams of carbs per serving! Yay!
I can honestly say Quest Protein bars are by far my favorite protein bar EVER! They are just so darn good. I recommend you try them out for yourself!
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