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Quest Protein Cookie 12 Cookies Double Chocolate Chip

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Highly rated, high quality clean protein cookie

Goal: Improve Recovery

  • GF Gluten Free
  • High quality ingredients like no other
  • 15g of whey and milk protein isolate per cookie
  • No gluten containing ingredients
  • Less than 1g of sugar per cookie
  • Great taste and texture especially warmed up
  • 10g fibre per cookie
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Quest Nutrition Quest Protein Cookie 12 Cookies Double Chocolate Chip
Serving Size: 1 Cookie (58g)
Servings Per Container: 12
  Amount Per Serving %DV**
Calories 240 *
Calories From Fat 140 *
Total Fat 16g 25%
Saturated Fat 10g 50%
Trans Fat 0g 0%
Cholesterol 30mg 10%
Sodium 190mg 8%
Total Carbohydrate 20g 7%
Dietary Fibre 10g 40%
Sugars 1g *
Erythritol 5g *
Protein 15g 30%
Vitamin A   6%
Vitamin C   0%
Calcium   15%
Iron   10%
*Daily Value Not Established    
Ingredients: Protein Blend (Milk Protein Isolate, Whey Protein Isolate), Butter (Cream), Soluble Corn Fiber, Erythritol, Palm Oil, Cocoa (Processed with Alkali), Unsweetened Chocolate, Calcium Caseinate, Natural Flavors, Water, Cocoa Butter. Contains less than 2% of the following: Sunflower Lecithin, Sea Salt, Baking Soda, Sodium Caseinate, Xanthan Gum, Yeast Extract, Steviol Glycosides (Stevia), Peanuts.
Allergen Warning: Processed in a facility that also processes eggs, soy, wheat and tree nut
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Why

Quest Protein Cookies does for cookies what the original Quest Bar did for protein bars by bringing a combination of taste and high quality ingredients that was previously absent in this particular category of product. Unlike most other protein cookies, Quest uses the very high quality whey and milk protein isolates meaning better bioavailability and superior recovery versus cheaper, less amino acid rich protein sources used in other cookies. Quest Cookies also contain less than a gram of sugar while packing in 10g of fibre per cookie making these a cookie that you can feel full on from just a single cookie.

When

Quest Cookies are a little higher in calories than a regular Quest Bar so we'd advise not consuming them too much, at least when overall calorie levels need to be controlled such as when you are dieting.

Who

Quest Cookies will appeal to those who want a protein cookie that is not just a junk food option with a little protein sprinkled on top. Rather, the Quest Cookie combines taste and nutritional quality unlike almost any other protein cookie out there.

Predator Nutrition Quest Protein Cookie Review

Los Angeles, California based Quest Nutrition set the world ablaze a few years ago with the introduction of their utterly dominant protein bar, the original Quest Bar. No other product before or since has sold so much, so quickly as the Quest Bar did in its heyday thanks to its revolutionary formula which mean that for the first time a single bar combined both taste and high quality ingredients in one awesome package. Since that time, Quest has tailed off somewhat but with the ever-innovative brand we can always expect something new and their protein cookie, recently released was one we definitely wanted to try to see if it could do for protein cookies what the Quest Bar did for protein bars.

A Cookie That's Been Years in Development

After Quest Nutrition changed the formula of the Quest Bar, leading to a lot of negative feedback from the brand's fans, Quest decided to setup their own insider testing program whereby all potential new products would first need to be tested extensively by Quest's most ardent fans and only after consistently great feedback would such products eventually be released to the wider public. Codenamed Quest Labs, the new Quest Protein Cookie was first launched in 2016 to this insider program and after over 12 months being finetuned is now finally being released starting with four flavours.

With the original beta version being warmly received the question on our lips was whether the final version could deliver in a crowded protein cookie market.

Quest Cookie Nutrition Profile Review

Each of the Quest Cookies proudly declares that it contains 15g of protein per cookie and 250 calories with fats and carb content fluctuating slightly based on the flavour but averaging around 17g and 19g respectively. While these numbers do not strike you as being that impressive a closer look reveals that with the protein all being derived from high quality whey isolate and milk isolate, and with just less than a gram of sugar per cookie, this is a cookie that punches far above the numbers on the label.

When you compare these to other popular protein cookies, there is little doubt that from an ingredient quality perspective, Quest have once again produced a protein product with a superior set of ingredients which provide greater bioavailable protein and less junk sugar in each product compared to the competition which tends to make liberal use of relatively sub-standard protein sources such as soy protein.

Do Quest Protein Cookies Taste Good?

Without a doubt, this is where the brand has taken some shots on social media in recent years with many saying Quest puts nutritional excellence above taste and texture. With the Quest Cookie, we think Quest have produced a cookie which is on par with the best selling protein cookie in the world, the Lenny and Larry produced Complete Cookie. Of the different flavours, we think that the chocolate and peanut butter based ones tasted the best, and while they were chewier than a regular cookie, what protein cookie isn't going to be?

Moreover, with Quest comfortably beating the likes of Complete Cookies on nutritional content as well as being at least as good on the flavour front, this is a product that is likely to appeal to those wanting a healthy protein cookie above all else. Sure, there are cookies out there which will taste better than the Quest Cookie but these tend to be glorified concoctions of sugar and fat with protein added to them rather than something designed with the athlete in mind. Quite simply, Quest Cookies are up there with the very best in the game and are arguably the best of all when looking at the overall package of macros and taste.

 

 

 

100%
 4 REVIEWS
The closest protein cookie I've had to a real cookie

Great cookie! Warmed it up for 20 seconds in the microwave. The closest protein cookie I've had to a real cookie. Highly recommend!

tasty

I love it - always have in my bag and eat them between breaks, very good cookies!

TASTY

Very tasty bars and contains almost no sugar - delicious!

good taste

good amount of protein and helps replace candy

Quest Protein Cookie 12 Cookies Double Chocolate Chip
Predator Review
Predator Nutrition Quest Protein Cookie Review

Los Angeles, California based Quest Nutrition set the world ablaze a few years ago with the introduction of their utterly dominant protein bar, the original Quest Bar. No other product before or since has sold so much, so quickly as the Quest Bar did in its heyday thanks to its revolutionary formula which mean that for the first time a single bar combined both taste and high quality ingredients in one awesome package. Since that time, Quest has tailed off somewhat but with the ever-innovative brand we can always expect something new and their protein cookie, recently released was one we definitely wanted to try to see if it could do for protein cookies what the Quest Bar did for protein bars.

A Cookie That's Been Years in Development

After Quest Nutrition changed the formula of the Quest Bar, leading to a lot of negative feedback from the brand's fans, Quest decided to setup their own insider testing program whereby all potential new products would first need to be tested extensively by Quest's most ardent fans and only after consistently great feedback would such products eventually be released to the wider public. Codenamed Quest Labs, the new Quest Protein Cookie was first launched in 2016 to this insider program and after over 12 months being finetuned is now finally being released starting with four flavours.

With the original beta version being warmly received the question on our lips was whether the final version could deliver in a crowded protein cookie market.

Quest Cookie Nutrition Profile Review

Each of the Quest Cookies proudly declares that it contains 15g of protein per cookie and 250 calories with fats and carb content fluctuating slightly based on the flavour but averaging around 17g and 19g respectively. While these numbers do not strike you as being that impressive a closer look reveals that with the protein all being derived from high quality whey isolate and milk isolate, and with just less than a gram of sugar per cookie, this is a cookie that punches far above the numbers on the label.

When you compare these to other popular protein cookies, there is little doubt that from an ingredient quality perspective, Quest have once again produced a protein product with a superior set of ingredients which provide greater bioavailable protein and less junk sugar in each product compared to the competition which tends to make liberal use of relatively sub-standard protein sources such as soy protein.

Do Quest Protein Cookies Taste Good?

Without a doubt, this is where the brand has taken some shots on social media in recent years with many saying Quest puts nutritional excellence above taste and texture. With the Quest Cookie, we think Quest have produced a cookie which is on par with the best selling protein cookie in the world, the Lenny and Larry produced Complete Cookie. Of the different flavours, we think that the chocolate and peanut butter based ones tasted the best, and while they were chewier than a regular cookie, what protein cookie isn't going to be?

Moreover, with Quest comfortably beating the likes of Complete Cookies on nutritional content as well as being at least as good on the flavour front, this is a product that is likely to appeal to those wanting a healthy protein cookie above all else. Sure, there are cookies out there which will taste better than the Quest Cookie but these tend to be glorified concoctions of sugar and fat with protein added to them rather than something designed with the athlete in mind. Quite simply, Quest Cookies are up there with the very best in the game and are arguably the best of all when looking at the overall package of macros and taste.

 

 

 

Customer Reviews
100%
 4 REVIEWS
The closest protein cookie I've had to a real cookie

Great cookie! Warmed it up for 20 seconds in the microwave. The closest protein cookie I've had to a real cookie. Highly recommend!

tasty

I love it - always have in my bag and eat them between breaks, very good cookies!

TASTY

Very tasty bars and contains almost no sugar - delicious!

good taste

good amount of protein and helps replace candy

Nutrition

Nutrition

Quest Nutrition Quest Protein Cookie 12 Cookies Double Chocolate Chip
Serving Size: 1 Cookie (58g)
Servings Per Container: 12
  Amount Per Serving %DV**
Calories 240 *
Calories From Fat 140 *
Total Fat 16g 25%
Saturated Fat 10g 50%
Trans Fat 0g 0%
Cholesterol 30mg 10%
Sodium 190mg 8%
Total Carbohydrate 20g 7%
Dietary Fibre 10g 40%
Sugars 1g *
Erythritol 5g *
Protein 15g 30%
Vitamin A   6%
Vitamin C   0%
Calcium   15%
Iron   10%
*Daily Value Not Established    
Ingredients: Protein Blend (Milk Protein Isolate, Whey Protein Isolate), Butter (Cream), Soluble Corn Fiber, Erythritol, Palm Oil, Cocoa (Processed with Alkali), Unsweetened Chocolate, Calcium Caseinate, Natural Flavors, Water, Cocoa Butter. Contains less than 2% of the following: Sunflower Lecithin, Sea Salt, Baking Soda, Sodium Caseinate, Xanthan Gum, Yeast Extract, Steviol Glycosides (Stevia), Peanuts.
Allergen Warning: Processed in a facility that also processes eggs, soy, wheat and tree nut
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