Q is for Quest

Quest Bars are one of the best protein bars on the market, if you want my honest opinion. I first learned about them from my friend Amy Dungan at Healthy Low Carb Living. Check out her 5-star review here. Marie Anne at Marie Anne’s Missives also blogged about free samples of Quest bars a little while back, so of course I got in on the freebies while the gettin’ was good.

I’m the type of person who likes to have a bar of some sort to take with me when I’m running all-day errands or on vacation to make sure I don’t go completely off plan. Quest Bars have no sugar alcohols, are filled with fiber and have two pretty good flavors that I like. The bars are really chewy, so be prepared if you decide to try them out. They’re really unlike any protein bar I’ve eaten. 1 Quest bar=20 grams of protein=about 5 net carbs.

Check out the ingredient list here.

It just dawned on me that I should have a disclaimer of sorts. . . I am not getting paid to write about any products that I am blogging about in the A-Z challenge.


  1. I haven't tried these, they sound pretty good, although I often find this type of snack just makes me feel hungrier.

  2. They do sound good. I tend to eat the Kashi chewy granola bars which don't keep me satisfied long either.

  3. I'll try the quest bars. They sound great.

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  4. I originally found them from Amy's blog which prompted my own blog post. I got my samples and enjoyed them, and still have my wrappers here so I could write my own review (someday, LOL).

    For low-carb, they were great!