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on January 5, 2018
These cookies (oatmeal raisin) are awesome and a great snack to add to your keto arsenal. There's a lot of cookie here, too, so the price is actually not so bad. Another great product from Quest Nutrition. The challenge will be eating only one at a time.
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on January 22, 2018
I’ve only tried the peanut butter so far, they are a touch more bland than regular peanut butter cookies but surprisingly good given the excellent macros (for a snack). I’m on a permanent high protein, low carb diet and it’s tough to find tasty snacks. These fit the bill though and I have one nearly every day before my workout. Per another reviewers suggestion I warm them in the microwave for 15 seconds and they taste much better warm. Sure they are not cheap, but try and find cookies that won’t bust your macros!
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on March 3, 2018
I have been a fan of Quest products for years yet I just finally got around to trying these now. What a mistake on my behalf. Their bars are great but these cookies are incredible! It's like eating a regular cookie but clean and with no guilt. I've only tried the peanut butter flavor so far and it was delicious. Tasty, soft, moist, and filling. Were they not 250 calories a piece, I could easily see myself eating an entire box all at once. As such, make sure you stick to just 1 or 2 at a time!

At only 5 net carbs for the peanut butter variety, these blow away other large protein cookies on the market. Try them. You won't regret it.
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on January 9, 2018
Great cookie! Warmed it up for 20 seconds in the microwave. The closest protein cookie I've had to a real cookie. Very good for a keto diet. Highly recommend!
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on March 31, 2018
It has an awful weird taste, the texture and consistency is correct but the taste is just abysmally bad. I wouldn't recommend the Peanut Butter flavor, but the double chocolate one is pretty decent.
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on May 2, 2018
Do not like the tAste. Definitely can taste the sugar alcohol. I do enjoy their quest bars though.
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on July 7, 2018
Being keto for a few weeks, I have gotten so used to non-sugar sweeteners that I often have to have someone take a sip of my sugar-free drink to make sure I was given the right drink as I can no longer tell if it's "fake" sugar or regular sugar. However, I can definitely taste the fake sugar aftertaste on these cookies. Fittingly, these remind me of back when I was eating protein bars. If you don't like fake sugar aftertaste and chalky, protein taste of a protein bar, then these cookies are not for you. That being said, they are a decent sweet if you are low carb and/or keto.
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on May 26, 2018
Quest Protein Cookies are fantastic! As someone who didn’t care for Quest’s protein bars, I didn’t have high hopes for their cookies. Quest is among the better quality protein foods on the market so I had to try their cookie(s). The peanut butter is my favorite. Second fav is chocolate chip. Try the chocolate chip warmed up, I learned how good that was by accident. My order was left on the doorstep in the sun and I was rushing and needed to eat something. I ate the sun warmed chocolate chip cookie and it was soooo good. Almost like homemade but with that protein taste we low carb/protein enthusiasts acclimate to in the name of healthier dessert alternatives and lower carb intake. This is one cookie you will love eating before, during and after! Thank you, Quest and Amazon!
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on March 14, 2018
Well, I intended on taking a picture of the cookie for a review, but I ate that thing like a mom sneaking a cookie in the pantry while her toddler asks "what are you doing Mommy??" The texture was a lot like those soft-baked cookies in the red pkg (do they even still make those?) & It did not crumble or make a mess when I bit into it. It wasn't quite as sweet as those soft-baked cookies, either, but it is a very close comparison for me. I couldn't believe how good it was! And I still eat full sugar treats! I find reviews can be skewed as some people haven't had sugar or carbs or whatever for like 9 months then they review a cookie. I would totally recommend these & am going to order the chocolate chocolate chip ones right now.
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on July 13, 2018
These chocolate chip cookies are beyond AMAZING! I love soft cookies, and these are the perfect amount of softness. These seriously don't taste like any typical "protein" or "diet" kind of dessert, they taste like they're a guilty indulgence but they're not which is the best part!

Watch out though, they are like crack. I have been forfeiting my protein shakes in lieu of eating these cookies because they are that good and I can't stop. Eating one first thing in the morning with my coffee is so satisfying. The chocolate chips melt in your mouth, and while I don't have a microwave I'm pretty sure these would be even more amazing if you melted them a tiny bit.

My fiance loves Lenny & Larry's cookies and I have always thought they were way too dry and I am not a fan... these however... every one I have tried has been super moist (sorry for those who hate that word, but it was appropriate). They are not dry at ALL. I really love that they have a lot of fiber as well, that's a big plus for me. Lenny & Larry's aren't gluten free but these Quest cookies are, so I love that they are allergen friendly to people like me who try to stay away from gluten.

These honestly remind me of a bit of those little mini 'Wow' brand chocolate chip cookies in their soft & chewy similarities while also being GF and not tasting like they are! I've always really liked Quest bars but sometimes have gotten burnt out on them... these however, there's no turning back now... take all my money!!!
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