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Quest Protein Bar - Chocolate Brownie Flavour Review

Strength Oldschool

Quest Protein Bar - Chocolate Brownie Flavour Review

By Strength Oldschool

I always look forward to trying out new flavours of Quest Nutrition Protein Bars. I’ve been meaning to write a review on this Chocolate Brownie flavour for awhile now. Thanks to  Quest Nutrition you can now get loads of different flavours. This bar however, in my opinion, isn’t great.

This review is based on a scale from 0 to 10, with 10 being the best.


OVERALL: 8.25 / 10

Quest Nutrition Chocolate Brownie Protein Bars in my opinion are good but nowhere near as good as some of the other Quest Nutrition flavours like Strawberry Cheesecake, Cookies & Cream or Mint Chocolate Chunk. Chocolate Brownie flavour is very rich and dry in taste, so expect to be drinking plenty of water with each mouthful. The good thing is you will feel full after one bar and your sweet tooth will be gone given how rich the flavour is. As always, a box of Quest Nutrition bars are expensive but give them a try. Quest Bars still remain one of the healthiest and convenient protein bars in the supplement industry.

For a more indepth review, please continue to read on...

TASTE (7/10)

It’s pretty solid to chew so watch your teeth. It does taste alright but it’s very rich so one bar will be more than enough. It’s very dry to eat so make sure you have plenty of water at hand. This flavour definitely doesn’t come close to Quest’s other flavours such as Mint Chocolate Chunk and Cookies & Cream which are my now current top favourites.


If you are UK based, one box of Chocolate Brownie Protein Bars will cost you around £22.32 from Amazon. In one pack you get 12 bars. That price breaks down to £1.86 per bar. That price is still pretty competitive with other protein bar companies but let’s say you eat two bars per day….That means one box will last you only 6 days!!! So let’s do the maths…

1 box = £22.32 (last 6 days)
30 days in a month (6 X 5 = 30)
5 X 22.32 = £111.06

If you continued to eat two bars per day…. for a one month supply, you would be paying £111.06 per month!!! By only eating one bar a day, the price would still be pretty expensive to be honest.

So I have only given 6/10 for value for money. My judgement for ‘Value for money’ might seem a little unfair but I judge based on working out how much a product will cost to stock up and last for a full month using realistic terms i.e. how often will the average person, including me (in my opinion) eat this product per day. And in my opinion, yes some people will only eat a protein bar once a day, maybe even only once every few days but I’m basing my critique on someone (like me) wanting to eat this product as much as twice a day. Chocolate Brownie flavour seems to be a little bit cheaper compared to other Quest Nutrition flavours.

Unless you’re lucky enough to be sponsored by Quest Nutrition, the cost of maintaining a consistent supply of these bars may be off putting to a lot of people. But in saying that, if you haven’t tried this flavour yet, and you do have the money or you would just eat these bars once a day as a special treat, then go on and buy some.

HEALTHY (10/10)

Nutritional Information per bar:
Calories 170
Protein 20g
Fat 7g
Carbohydrates 22g
Sugars <1g
Fibre 15g

Quest Bars still remain one of the healthiest and convenient protein bars in the supplement industry.


You can get a variety of flavours like ‘Double Chocolate‘, ‘Cookies & Cream‘, ‘Apple Pie’, ‘Strawberry Cheesecake’, ‘White Chocolate Raspberry’, ‘Chocolate Peanut Butter’, ‘Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough’ and MORE!! Plenty of flavours to suit individual taste buds.


Wish to try this amazing flavour? If yes….Click here!

If you have tried them already or have decided to try them after my recommendation then please let me know what you think of them? I’m always interested in hearing other people’s views.

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