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Quest Nutrition Protein Bar, Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough, 21g Protein, 2.1oz Bar, 12 Count

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About the Product
  • 21g of Protein, 3g of net Carbs, 190cal
  • No added Sugar- Sweetened with Erythritol, Stevia and Sucralose
  • All natural, Gluten and Soy Free
  • Made with high quality Whey and Milk Protein Isolates
  • Contains real Chocolate, Cocoa Butter, Almonds, and Natural Flavors

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Product Description

Size: 12 Count

A taste so unbelievable, you'll think you're eating the real thing! America's Favorite Protein Bar* *Source: IRI, Total US MULO+C, 13 weeks ending 12/22/15

Product Details

Size: 12 Count
  • Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 7.2 x 2.2 inches ; 1.8 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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  • Origin: Antigua And Barbuda
  • ASIN: B00DLDH1N2
  • UPC: 698895791396 698895783056 689958602612 698895646818 750869863659 793573214546 698798647493 888849000036 111116611162 707004034290 698895791655
  • Item model number: QPBCCD12
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2,309 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)

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Contains Almonds and Milk-Derived Ingredients. Manufactured in a facility that also processes peanuts and tree nuts.

Ingredients
Protein Blend (Whey Protein Isolate, Milk Protein Isolate), Isomalto-Oligosaccharides (100% Natural Prebiotic Fiber), Almonds, Water, Unsweetened Chocolate, Cocoa Butter, Erythritol. Contains less than 2% of the following: Salt, Sucralose, Stevia, Peanuts, Cashews, Milk, Natural Flavorings.

Directions
Use as part of a well-regulated diet.

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Size: Pack of 12
I have been eating Quest Bars nearly every day for more than a year and chocolate chip cookie dough was my favorite. In fact, it is all I order anymore. I look forward to my daily quest bar. I opened my latest box and ate my first bar and it tasted WRONG. Bad taste, different texture, it even looked different. I emailed Quest, wondering if I got a bad batch. No response from Quest. I tried another and it was just as bad. So I decided to do some research. As it turns out, they posted on their blog on 8/26/15 that they changed one of the ingredients. The new ingredient is Soluble Corn Fiber. According to them it is "better." Well, it doesn't taste better. It tastes awful and it ruined the best protein bar they make. It took several days and even contacting them through live chat, but they finally responded to my emails. They cited a production problem as the reason the bar tasted bad. Since mine was a new box, they replaced it with a box of bars that was not part of the "production issue" yet also contains the new ingredient. I received the new box and ate a bar. It is still different. However, there apparently was a production issue because this bar was not as bad as the ones that prompted me to send Quest multiple emails. Those were BAD--everything--taste, texture, even the look of the bar was wrong. This bar only appeared a little off, the texture was nearly the same and the taste wasn't as "off"/bad, but it still is not right. It has an aftertaste that it never had before and just tastes different. It is not the same bar I fell in love with. So all in all, the new ingredient has changed the bar I loved and spent too much money on (these are expensive protein bars) into something I hate and will not waste anymore money on. Be warned!Read more ›
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Size: 12 Count
These bars are a little pricey, but I would prefer these over the cheaper ones any day, as these ones have better quality ingredients and are healthier for you than some of the cheaper brands. Not to mention these actually taste good for being a protein bar. They also have little chocolate chunks in them, but without the sugar of course. My wife even enjoys them sometimes, and normally she steers clear of my protein bars. Every once in a while I heat them in the microwave for a couple seconds too, I think it makes them taste better. I usually buy the 2 pack so I get 24 bars all together and they last me around 12 days. I tried different flavors of quest bars and I think this one has more of a chewy texture than the others which I also like. I never get an upset stomach with these either, with the previous bars I was using I would sometimes find that they would cause my stomach to ache before workouts. Each bar only has about 3g of carbs and has 21 g of protein so they're a great low-carb, high-protein snack for athletes and bodybuilders who are working out often and trying to gain muscle mass. They are also fantastic as a meal replacement for those who are trying to lose weight, like myself. I wasn't losing as much as I was hoping for though, on average I was losing about 1.5lbs per week while eating a bar as a substitute for breakfast, a light lunch with another half of a bar, (or sometimes just eating the bar for lunch) and eating another half of a bar if I got hungry in the evening after dinner. This along with maintaining a lower carb diet in general. My digital scale helped a lot with keeping track of these numbers. About a month ago I started taking ...Read more ›
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Size: 12 Count Verified Purchase
Had sampled these at GNC based on reviews that I had read of the Quest Bar line, and the chocolate chip cookie dough flavor had been my favorite so far.

Pros: these really do taste pretty good, and the first 19 times I had one, I was like "oh, it really does taste just like chocolate chip cookie dough!" Plus, with 21 grams of protein, 8 g fat and 21 g carbs, they help me fit my macros while deceiving me (at least at first) into thinking that I'm having a treat.

Cons: after a case of these, plus the ones I had been eating before, I got sick and frigging tired of them. To be fair, I'm eating a relatively high protein diet right now and have been supplementing it with whey protein and one of these bars daily in order to meet my targets, so I'm sick of all supplemental protein right now and really just want to run naked through a field of McDonald's french fries.

I think that next time I'm going to order one of the mixed cases of these bars so that I can at least get some variety in terms of flavors.
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Size: Pack of 12 Verified Purchase
These used to be the perfect protein bar and I would eat 1 every day for lunch. Now they have changed the formulation and they are much worse. They are too sweet and artificial tasting, harder and dryer, and they now have 2 grams of sugar alcohol in them instead of 1. That may not sound like a lot but I can really notice the difference digestively. Up until 2 days ago I would have given them 5 stars.
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Size: 12 Count
To be fair- I really liked the taste of these bars. They honestly kind of taste like a slightly gritty batch of chocolate chip cookie dough. Seriously- they nailed the taste. Unfortunately, there's maybe a not-so-good reason they were able to make them taste so good.

One tiny problem with these bars if, like me, you're really watching your carbs- one of the main ingredients in each bar is isomalto-oligosaccacharides (IMO). Quest calls IMO "prebiotic fiber" which is true, as far as it goes. For some people, that's how it works- IMO acts like any other fiber and doesn't have much of an effect on your blood sugar. But beware- per Wikipedia, "IMO consists mainly of 3 to 7 glucose units linked together mostly by digestion-resistant α(1-6) linkages," and unlike with what you think of as typical "fiber," many people ARE able to absorb some portion of the glucose in IMO, thereby raising blood sugar, causing insulin levels to increase, etc.

If you're not watching your carbs that closely but just want to cut down a bit, these are great. But if you're on a ketogenic diet, or especially if you're diabetic, these may be fine or may absolutely NOT be fine. I found myself having that sugar crash feeling for several days before I realized that it was my "low carb" bar that was causing my blood sugar to spike!

For taste, I'd give these 5 stars. For universal application as a truly low carb option, I'd give them 2 or 3 stars. Finally, while I don't expect Quest to stop making these, I think it's disappointing that Quest in no way even hints that their "fiber" actually acts like sugar in a fair number of people (if you don't believe me, google it). All in all, 2 stars felt about right.
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