Quest Bar Faceoff


**Please Note: this post is about WW POINTS PLUS, and NOT the new Smart Points, which is what most Weight Watchers are using now. Smart Points post coming soon**

When I started getting really serious about my weight loss and fitness I went on a nutritional mission to get a lot more protein in my diet.  I knew that it would be good for keeping me fuller longer, and it would help out my muscles in the gym, especially since I have CMT and need all the help I can get.  As I looked at protein bar after protein bar I discovered that they all seemed to be geared toward body builder types who required calories with the protein.  On average, the bars I found would range anywhere from 7-10 Points Plus or more!!  For a woman trying to eat a mere 26 Points Plus a day, I thought finding a protein bar that was right for me was impossible.

Then I found Quest Bars! πŸ™‚


The day I accidentally found Quest Bars was a great day.  I picked it up and popped the macros into the Weight Watchers Points Plus Calculator (they use fat, carbs, protein, and fiber to calculate PPV), and the bar I had in my hand came back as 5 Points Plus.  5!!  I researched further and learned that a few Quest Bars were only 4 Points!  You can imagine how excited I was about my new discovery.  Even better: they are packed with protein and with fiber.  Epic win.

The last thing to test was the taste.  I know many bars can often taste cardboardy or plain old weird, but when I bit into my first Quest Bar, I was thrilled to discover that it actually tasted good!  I instantly became a brand loyal and my love for Quest Bars is no secret. I even talked about them at my Weight Watchers meetings.  I’m seriously obsessed.

When I attended Fitbloggin’ last summer, a representative of Quest Nutrition was there (I might have fangirled a little bit) and he hooked me up with one of every Quest Bar that was available at the time so I could try them all!  Since then, they’ve released several new flavors, one of which is so new I still haven’t tried it.  I figured I would give you all the breakdown of each Quest Bar: Flavors, taste, macros, and PPV.  Get ready for the Quest Bar Face-off!


Double Chocolate Chunk: Chocolate upon chocolate.  This is an excellent candy bar replacement.  Real chocolate chunks in a slightly dense bar.

  • Fat: 6g   Carbs:25g   Fiber:18g   Protein: 20g

Mixed Berry Bliss: These mixed berry bars have real freeze dried blueberries and strawberries in the mix. It is a satisfying berry flavored treat.

  • Fat: 8g   Carbs: 22g   Fiber: 18g  Protein: 20g

Peanut Butter Supreme: While this one is a little denser than some others, its very rich and peanut buttery.  I’m not the biggest fan, but hardcore PB lovers will love it.

  • Fat: 10g   Carbs: 21g   Fiber: 17g  Protein: 20g

Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough: Okay guys, this is actually like cookie dough.  There’s real chocolate in here, and the doughy base really makes it feel like you’re taking a (guilt free) dunk into the batter bowl.  Worth it.

  • Fat: 8g  Carbs: 21g   Fiber: 17g  Protein: 21g

Cinnamon Roll: Pretty tasty.  Even tastier when microwaved. Seriously, try it.

  • Fat: 6g   Carbs: 25g   Fiber: 17g   Protein: 20g

S’mores: Hands down my favorite that I’ve tried so far.  The marshmallow flavored base has a soft and fluffy texture, and there are graham cracker pieces and chocolate chunks in there.  Amazing!

  • Fat: 8g  Carbs: 23g  Fiber:  13g  Protein: 20g

Coconut Cashew: This one was my least favorite in the whole bunch.  I’m not sure if it was the coconut, the cashews, or the combo of the two, but I won’t be buying this one again.  However, if you are a big fan of either flavors, it’s at least worth a try.  It just wasn’t my cup of tea.

  • Fat: 10g   Carbs: 21g    Fiber: 17g   Protein: 20g

Lemon Cream Pie: The lemon flavor in this is so light and refreshing, it’d a great change to the many rich, chocolatey flavors that Quest offers. Definitely recommend this for the lemon bar or citrus fan.

  • Fat: 5g   Carbs: 26g   Fiber: 17   Protein: 20g

Banana Nut Muffin: This is another flavor I definitely suggest warming up in the microwave.  Tastes just like the real thing, just less bready

  • Fat: 5g   Carbs: 26g   Fiber: 17g   Protein: 20g

White Chocolate Raspberry: Another fruity treat with freeze dried raspberries and white chocolate chunks, this one is a great tasting one if you’re looking for a break from the chocolate flavors.

  • Fat: 8g  Carbs: 23g   Fiber: 17g   Protein: 20g

Vanilla Almond Crunch: This one ranked lower on my list.  Pretty plain flavored, and to me it just isn’t as exciting as the others.

  • Fat: 8g   Carbs: 21g  Fiber: 18g   Protein: 20g

Cookies and Cream: This is one of the newer flavor options, and it is quite tasty.  There are real cookie crumbles mixed in with the cream flavored base making it a delicious treat for any cookie lover.

  • Fat: 7g   Carbs: 22g   Fiber: 17g  Protein: 21g

*NEW* Mint Chocolate Chunk: This is the brand new flavor that I haven’t gotten the chance to try yet, but I am dying to.  I’m a chocoholic and mint is so refreshing.  Mint chocolate is always a winning combo in my book, and I will update this post once I try it.

  • Fat: 9g  Carbs: 21g   Fiber: 15g   Protein: 20g

**6 Points Plus** Peanut Butter & Jelly:  This is a PB&J in a protein bar. Not my favorite bar, but it’s definitely true to the flavor description.

  • Fat: 10g   Carbs: 20g   Fiber: 13g   Protein: 20g



Chocolate Brownie: This was one of the first Quest Bars I tried. It’s a pretty plain chocolate flavor, but for the extra Weight Watchers Point (4 vs 5), it’s worth it.  There’s still a valid chocolate fix in here.

  • Fat: 6g   Carbs: 24g   Fiber: 19g  Protein: 20g

UPDATE: Due to ingredient changes, chocolate brownie is now 5 Points Plus.. less fiber..bummer)

Apple Pie: The apple pie bar is one of my all time favorite Quest bars.  There are real chunks of apple in this delicious, slightly cinnamon flavored base.  Really soft and tasty.  Try it warm!

  • Fat: 5g   Carbs: 25g   Fiber: 18g   Protein: 20g

Chocolate Peanut Butter: I was shocked to discover that a bar with peanuts in it was only 4 PPV.  This one has real chunks of peanut floating around the base of chocolate flavor.  If you like chocolate peanut butter, you will love this.

  • Fat: 5g   Carbs: 25g   Fiber: 17g   Protein: 20g

Strawberry Cheesecake: Freeze dried strawberries in this creamy cheesecake base make this a tasty, fruity treat.

  • Fat: 4.5g   Carbs: 26g   Fiber: 17g   Protein: 20g


There you have it friends: Every single flavor of Quest bar broken down by Points Plus value.  as I said, these are the best tasting, most Weight Watchers friendly protein bar I have tried, and I searched long and hard for these.  The macro breakdown doesn’t lie; there’s a lot of protein and fiber in each one of these bars.  Perfect for both those trying to lose weight, as well as people simply looking to increase their intake of protein.

You can get your hands on Quest bars on their website.  Bars can be purchased by the box or by single bars, so if yo want to try a few flavors before committing to an entire box, you can.  You’ll also find other products like Quest chips (amazing!), protein powder, and even pasta (yes, pasta).  Check them out and get your hands on a Quest Bar.  You just might become as obsessed as I am.


*I was sent the complete collection to try last year, but I have bought a huge amount of Quest Bars on my own over the last few years.  All opinions are my own and my obsession is 100% real. Post contains affiliate links.*

23 thoughts on “Quest Bar Faceoff

  1. Jill Haire says:

    I feel disappointed with Quest. I had 2 bars per day for a year- 2 weight watcher points apiece. The above nutritional values are no longer accurate. Fats all increased “due to new fiber source” and now WW numbers increase. As a Type 1 diabetic and woman watching her weight, this see extra points hurt my 22 point daily target. The new fiber was so the ” bar lasts longer” ( come on!) My new “Quest” is locating a healthy, 2 point protein bar. Will do.

    • divaandthedivine says:

      I’m a little confused. Are you using the old WW system? There hasn’t been a 22 Points target in YEARS. The LOWEST amount of Points Plus you should be eating in a day is 26. When the new system rolled out (5-ish years ago), the values of ALL foods changed. I promise you, you will not find a protein bar, that isn’t a little mini bite size version, for 2 Points. The fact that some of the Quest bars are 4 ppv is huge. Please make sure you’re using an accurate program. You don’t want to be accidentally starving yourself.

  2. Maria says:

    I order them through the Vitamin Shop. Most of them are $25 per box of 12. If you spend $25 it is free shipping. A lot of times they offer 10% off your order. I’ve gotten them to my home quick too, sometimes in 2 days!

    • divaandthedivine says:

      I think you can, but I’d confirm with the Quest website. They might not thaw quite as deliciously as they originally are.

      • Karen says:

        Yup exactly , that’s just what I was thinking too ..Ill contact them , I have about 20 boxes teehee , Seriously, It was a long lasting great sale…and I love quest bars ! The rest is history.. Thanks ! πŸ™‚

  3. Becky says:

    I have just looked every Quest bar and the points value before going on the search for the one I like best. I counted all of the but one 5 plus points and PB&J is 6 points. Did O count them up wrong because you have 4 of them having 4 points?

    • divaandthedivine says:

      No ma’am, there are definitely 4 worth 4 Points Plus. I had to go back and find an old PP calculator because Points Plus are not the type of Points being used on Weight Watchers anymore. I’m going to be doing an updated post with at the new Smart Points, which actually lowers the values of some of the Quest bars.

      However, you were right about the PB&J bar. I must have accidentally copied the same info for the bar below it. I updated the post to reflect accordingly.

      • Allison Smith says:

        I just checked the chocolate brownie one that I bought today with my PP calculator and it came up as 5 points not 4

        • divaandthedivine says:

          You’re right! Apparently with the addition of their new corn fiber, it actually switched the stats of some things. I updated the post to reflect accordingly.

  4. Molly Hofacre says:

    I usually have at least two Quest Protein Powder Strawberries and Cream flavor every day. What is the points value for this shake which I love. I also enjoy the Quest Strawberry cheescake bar and am happy to see that its point count is only 4.
    I look forward to your answer.

    • divaandthedivine says:

      It depends what points you follow: Smart Points or Points Plus. I know the protein powder is 1 Smart Point per serving

  5. anna russo says:

    I love all your info. thanks
    I also eat quest bars.
    have you tried the YUP bars? what do you think if you have tried them

    • divaandthedivine says:

      I have tried the YUP bars, and while I think they’re just okay and I enjoy the super soft texture, I definitely prefer Quest Bars when it comes to flavor and nutritional value.

    • divaandthedivine says:

      I find them to be filling. I usually enjoy them for breakfast with a piece of fruit and my cup of coffee.

  6. Joyce Radziwon says:

    I love this site and all the info. I am new to WW and need help! My son recommended the Quest bars and we have been buying them for a couple years so I was happy to see info on them. I also drink the shakes and would like info on those.
    Have your tried the Hero Quest bars? There is a vanilla carmel that is amazing. I wonder how many points they have?
    I am getting the app this week and hope to find more info there.

  7. David says:

    The Quest Birthday Cake bar is also currently scanning at 4 points in the WW app. I imagine many reactions of “Uhhh…Ew”, but I have to admit I love them. Very rich, and definitely takes like cake. :::shrug::: πŸ™‚

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