Life on the road can be hectic and fast-paced, preventing us from preparing our meals every time. Protein bars can come in handy in those moments. Not only are they convenient after training sessions as they help gain muscle mass, they can also serve as a great recovery after long backpacking trips and hikes.
Team from Quest Nutrition was kind enough to send me two boxes of their protein bars for review.
These are definitely one of the best bars on the market as they are sugar-free and made of high-quality protein. Even better, with Quest’s rich selection you’ll be able to find something that you like. When it comes to the texture, the bar is chewy and tasty and I could rarely eat the whole piece. The fruit flavors were my absolute favorites. You can also check out their Amazon page.
Here are some bars I liked the most;
– mixed berry bliss
– lemon cream pie
– white chocolate raspberry
– apple pie
– banana nut muffin
You will also get a recipe book with your order because the bars can serve as an ingredients too.
With 2 Vanilla Almond Quest bars you can make yourself a delicious quest tart or a mug cake with 2 broken up quest cravings peanut butter cups.
Besides protein bars, Quest Nutrition also offers various other products. Protein chips seems to be very popular but you’ll also find protein powder, pasta and even clothing too. You can eat the chips guilt-free as there are zero junk ingredients and 21 grams of high-quality protein.
You can also check out this great guide with a detailed review of each Quest Bar flavor.
Quest is also a company which gives a good example on how to build a loyal community.
This can be seen from their fans who share their experiences all over social media with the hashtags #OnAQuestEur and #QuestEurope. You can follow their Instagram account as Quest features photos of their fans allowing them to win a free box of bars.
– no artificial sweeteners
– high quality protein
– gluten free
– great taste
– more expensive than other protein bars but you get what you pay for ! 🙂
Have you tried Quest’s protein bars? Or do you have any other recommendations for travel snacks? Feel free to comment below.