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Quest Nutrition Protein Bar, Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough, 21g Protein, 2.1 oz Bar, 12 Count
- 21g of Protein, 4g 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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Flavor: Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough | Package Type: Standard Packaging
Contains Almonds and Milk-Derived Ingredients. Manufactured in a facility that also processes peanuts and tree nuts.
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.
Use as part of a well-regulated diet.
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Top Customer Reviews
Ever since they switched to this new ingredient, it has changed the flavor and texture of all of their bars. Even the color of the bars look different because of it. The worst part is that Quest is trying to market the change as the next revolution in the company, saying it's an "upgrade" compared to their old formula. That sounds great and all, but the fact of that matter is that it's not true, no matter how much they want you to believe it is. The other reason they made this change is because unfortunately over time, Quest bars started to become more and more popular, and manufacturing couldn't keep up with the demand. Their only choice was to switch to a different fiber source, and what better source to change to than one of the world's most abundant crops?
Again, it wouldn't be as upsetting if they would just come out and admit the reason for the change. But instead, they insist on telling people the change was made because it's a better formula and an upgrade from the previous one. It's kind of a slap in the face to their long-time loyal customers.Read more ›
Old 2015 one star review:
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.Read more ›
At first I just hated the new taste but now I've figured out that the formula change causes me terrible gastric distress. I thought maybe if I went back to the chocolate brownie bar (the one with no sugar alcohols) my digestion would go back to normal. Nope, that one causes bad trouble too. I cannot imagine a worse idea than to change these bars. Did they do any taste tests? Did they ask volunteers about digestion changes after eating the bars? The scope is much less, but this reminds me a lot of Coke's introduction of New Coke. Total fail!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Really like quest bars, great variety of flavors. HOWEVER, their price is insane. I started buying Costco Kirkland protein bars for half the price and the they are basically the... Read morePublished 9 minutes ago by Jones
Love these! I eat them weekly! Amazon has the best pricePublished 20 minutes ago by Emily M. Bohonek
not too bad the flavor was good i didn't expect to taste exactly like pumpkin pie but the outer layer was a bit tougher to chew through and it would crumble everywhere. Read morePublished 10 hours ago by Luis
Love them. Love chocolate. One in the a.m. and one in the afternoon keeps me full all day.Published 11 hours ago by Ken Fewell
Truly disgusting like the sole of Ms. Trunchbull's shoe. I LOVE chocolate. I LOVE cookie dough soooooo much I have to work out and eat protein bars to fit into my clothes. Read morePublished 11 hours ago by Drea A.
I was excited to try Quest Bars for the first time. I was quickly disappointed when I took my first bite. The flavor and consistency of the Cookies and Cream bar are awful. Read morePublished 16 hours ago by Bridget Concepcion
Always as expected, and always good. Most of the flavors are good, but Peanut Butter is definitely my favorite. Read morePublished 16 hours ago by David Workman