Quest Nutrition Protein Bar, Popular Flavors Variety Pack, 12 Flavors, 20-21g Protein, 4-7g Net Carbs, 170-200 Cals, Low Carb, Gluten Free, Soy Free, 2.12oz Bar, 12 Count


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Our most popular flavors! One of each of the following: Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough-21g of Protein, 3g of net Carbs, 190cal; Cookies & Cream-21g of Protein, 3g of net Carbs, 180cal; Double Chocolate Chunk-20g of Protein, 4g of net Carbs, 180cal; S’mores-20g of Protein, 4g of net Carbs, 180cal; White Chocolate Raspberry-20g of Protein, 5g of net Carbs, 190cal; Mint Chocolate Chunk-20g of Protein, 4g of net Carbs, 190cal; Chocolate Brownie-20g of Protein, 6g of net Carbs, 170cal; Chocolate Peanut Butter-20g of Protein, 3g of net Carbs, 160cal; Cinnamon Roll-20g of Protein, 4g of net Carbs, 170cal; Strawberry Cheesecake-20g of Protein, 5g of net Carbs, 170cal; Apple Pie-20g of Protein, 7g of net Carbs, 180cal; Coconut Cashew-20g of Protein, 4g of net Carbs, 190cal.

Product Features

  • Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough, Cookies & Cream, Double Chocolate Chunk, S’mores, White Chocolate Raspberry, Mint Chocolate Chunk
  • Chocolate Brownie, Chocolate Peanut Butter, Cinnamon Roll, Strawberry Cheesecake, Apple Pie, Coconut Cashew
  • No added Sugar- Sweetened with Sucralose, Stevia and/or Erythritol, Gluten and Soy Free
  • Made with high quality Whey and Milk Protein Isolates
  • Contains real Nuts, Fruit, and Natural Flavors

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3 thoughts on “Quest Nutrition Protein Bar, Popular Flavors Variety Pack, 12 Flavors, 20-21g Protein, 4-7g Net Carbs, 170-200 Cals, Low Carb, Gluten Free, Soy Free, 2.12oz Bar, 12 Count

  1. Honest review I truly, wholeheartedly used to be the BIGGEST fan of Quest bars. I probably spent at least $50 per week on them. That’s not an exaggeration. However, Quest recently switched from isomalto-oligosaccharides (plant-based fiber) as their fiber source, to now using soluble corn fiber. Why did they do this, you ask? There are several reasons, as I’ll explain. The number one reason is because it’s cheaper. And as they’re going to soon find out, cheaper is not better. Also, it’s worth noting that…

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