Quest Bars – Keto Friendly Snack Bars that are Great for Weight Loss

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Name: Quest Bars
Website: Available at
Price: $29.31 for a box of 12 Quest Bars
Owners: Quest
Overall Rank: 85 out of 100

Quest Snack Bars, Product Overview

These snack bars are designed to fit into the low carbohydrate diets such as Atkins, Ketogenic diets, and Modified Atkins. Quest nutrition protein bars are tasty by themselves, but you can also use them as an ingredient in desserts or for a breakfast treat.

Quest nutrition protein bars are formulated with a low carbohydrate diet in mind. They are 20-21 grams of protein, 4-6 net carbs per bar and less than 3 grams of sugars. Each bar is between 4-8 grams of fat.

Quest bars are sweetened with erythritol, sucralose and stevia. The Quest bars contain unsweetened chocolate, cocoa, dried raspberries, dried strawberries, apples and dried coconut, cinnamon, cocoa butter, peanuts, almonds, coconut oil and natural flavors. All of the Quest bars are gluten and soy free.

The Quest nutrition company strives to make Quest bars with the most scientifically beneficial and metabolically sound ingredients. They use whey and milk protein isolates so that you will have a cleaner protein in every bar without excess fat and other junk commonly found in protein bars.


The Good & the Bad

The Good:

PRO #1: They taste pretty good. They didn’t fool me into thinking that I was eating some decadent chocolate or peanut butter, but after I got used to the texture, I started to enjoy the flavors. I could have easily eaten one a day if I had an unlimited supply. I started to enjoy them that much!
PRO #2: They are great for people who want to stay low carbohydrate, but have an on the go lifestyle. You can easily pack them for hikes or travel.
PRO #3: A great variety of delicious flavors. You aren’t stuck with just one or two weird chocolate protein bars. They have everything from peanut butter to white chocolate raspberry, cinnamon and coconut cashew.

PRO #4: I found Quest bars to be very filling due to the amount of protein in them.

The Bad:

CON #1: Somewhat expensive for a snack.
CON #2: Over the years Quest has tweaked the flavors. Many people complained about the recipe adjustment in 2015, but others have said that the latest recipe is great. It is a matter of personal preference.

CON #3: They don’t have a fat ratio that fits the ketogenic diet, so you will have to get your fats from other sources. However, it is difficult to make fat shelf stable. If you are trying to stay ketogenic, you’ll have to add some extra fats to our meals.

Who are Quest Bars for?

These are great for people who are counting carbohydrates. They only have between 4-7 net carbohydrates per bar. The bars are filling enough that you can use them as a meal replacement.

Quest bars are perfect for a Diabetic who is on the go and needs some fuel. With less that 5 net carbs per bar, this should keep a diabetic’s blood sugar levels stable.  It is great for ketogenic dieters who are watching their carbohydrate intake. Additionally, people who are looking to lose weight and stick to a low carbohydrate diet will enjoy snacking on Quest Bars.

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If you find the Quest Bars unsatisfactory, you can contact Quest Nutrition Support via phone or mail.

Quest Nutrition, LLC
Attn: Consumer Engagement
2221 Park Place
El Segundo, CA, 90245 – Expect a response in 72 hours.

You can contact support at  – 888-212-0601
Mon – Fri: 6:00 AM – 6:00 PM PST
Sat – Sun: 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM PST


Quest Bars Price

The Quest bars are about $.91 per ounce. They come in a box of 12 for $23.06. I think the price of these bars is a little on the high side. However, when compared to Atkins protein bars, they are a few cents per ounce less than the Atkins’ brand.

They are convenient and you do end up paying for convenience. The pricing in my opinion is quite fair for these bars.

My Final Opinion of Quest Bars

I have enjoyed eating Quest bars when I was trying to stick with my low carb dieting. I am not a big fan of processed foods, but I do enjoy the convenience of having them for a quick snack or meal when I am traveling or when I am pressed for time.

Quest bars are not a big part of my diet, but they are an indulgence when I am taking trips. They are great for packing to take on a long hike. I do appreciate the convenience of having a protein bar from time to time.

Quest Bars at a Glance…

Name: Quest Nutrition Bars

Website: Available at
Owners: Quest Nutrition
Price: $20.31 for a box of 12 variety pack
Overall Scam Rank: 85 out of 100

VERDICT: LEGIT! These do have a good flavor to them and they will fill you up with 20 grams of protein in one bar. Each bar has 5 grams of net carbs or less, so they fit nicely into a ketogenic diet.

5 thoughts on “Quest Bars – Keto Friendly Snack Bars that are Great for Weight Loss”

  1. Thanks for this info, I am always looking for something to tide me over that is flavoursome and helps my weightlose when I am not at home from time to time. Very useful pros and cons.

  2. Quest bars are by far one of the best tasting protein bar I’ve found. My favorite flavors are S’mores, Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough, and Cookies & Cream. They are my go to when I need a high protein snack and I’m craving sweets. The nice thing is, they have low sugar/sugar alcohol.

    I agree that they are a bit on the high side, with most places around me selling them for $2.50 a bar. Buying in bulk is definitely the way to go if you find a flavor you like!

  3. I’ve tasted Quest Bars a few months ago for the first time and I really liked them.
    I think the one I liked the best was the chocolate chip one.
    Thanks for all the info about them and for making it easy to buy directly from your post.

  4. Hi Melinda! Thank you so much for this balanced review. It was really helpful to me, especially with the pros AND cons both being very detailed. I also liked that you thought about diabetics! Super helpful for anyone looking to lose some weight.

    In the cons you wrote that these wouldn’t be perfect for the ketogenic diet. Do you have a suggestions of nutrition bars that would be a better fit for that type of diet?


    1. I don’t recommend process foods. I haven’t found one yet that I would deem “perfect.” That is why I put that it wouldn’t be perfect. It can easily fit into the ketogenic diet though.

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