Quest Protein Chips Now Come in BIGGER 4 Oz. Bags (+ Check Out Our Taste Test!)
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Keto Quest protein chips are the answer to our crunchy cravings!
Missing the crunch since you’ve gone low carb? Quest protein chips to the rescue!
One of the things I’ve missed most when I first started keto was all of my favorite crunchy snacks! I sure do love potato chips (a little too much in fact), and as we all know, anything potato is basically a no-no in the low carb world.
Sure, I’ve enjoyed low-carb snacks like crunchy pickles, yummy Whisps cheese crisps, and even almonds, but nothing quite compares to the crispy crunch from chips… well, that is until I got introduced to Quest Nutrition protein chips! 😋
Have you seen the bigger Quest Chips bags at Walmart?
Quest Nutrition Tortilla Style Protein Chips, 1.1 oz. $2.48 ($2.25 per ounce)
Quest Loaded Taco Protein Chips, 4 oz. $6.28 ($1.57 per ounce)
Quest recently released 4 oz. bags at Walmart. Instead of buying single-serving bags, grab a 4 oz. bag as you’ll get way more bang for your buck!
I love Quest chips so much, a few friends and I each tried all seven flavor varieties of Quest Protein Chips including original style Sour Cream & Onion, BBQ, Cheddar & Sour Cream, and the Tortilla style Loaded Taco, Nacho Cheese, Chili Lime, and Ranch.
We taste-tested Keto Quest chips to rank the flavors! 😋
We took this task seriously, and each had a pad of paper, and a glass of water to clear our mouth of the taste of the previous chips before moving on to the next flavor. 😉 I also needed it for when I tried the spicy chips, but my friends did not. 😅🔥
We ranked Quest Protein Chips flavors in order of our least favorite to our absolute favorite, but truth be told, there isn’t really a bad flavor in the bunch and there’s a little something for everyone. The only thing I wished was that the chips were a little thicker, similar to a Dorito consistency because they do break easily if you’re planning on using them for something like nachos.
One thing to keep in mind, these chips do contain protein isolate, so there is a little bit of grit to them which may be something unexpected if you’ve never had them before. But at just 4 net carbs per bag, this is certainly a snack you can add to your rotation.
Quest Protein Chips Nutritional Info:
Serving Size: 1 Bag | 140 Calories | 5g Fat | 5g Total Carbs | 1g Fiber | <1g Sugar | 19g Protein (the Chili Lime Protein Chips have 20g of Protein) | 4g Net Carbs
On to the taste test…
We tasted and ranked each flavor with #7 being our least favorite flavor and #1 as the winner overall. However, even the #7 ranking was still a pretty decent chip!
7. Cheddar & Sour Cream
While I liked the taste, I didn’t really get the sour cream flavor that I was expecting. They were very strongly cheese flavored and seemed a little thicker than the other chip varieties.
6. Quest Chili Lime Tortilla Style Protein Chips
This one is going to be a total personal preference, but they were a little too spicy for me. I’m a wimp, y’all, so it’s not anything against the chips; it’s all me and my weak taste buds. 🤣
I will say these were heavy on the lime, so, if you’re not really a lime person, this may not be the flavor for you. My daughter tried one and said they taste like Takis which she loves, then she ran off with the bag, so they for sure have the teenager seal of approval!
They would be perfect to use when making low-carb nachos, though I wish they were a little thicker as they break easily!
5. Quest Ranch Tortilla Style Protein Chips
These for sure will fit the bill if you’re craving Cool Ranch Doritos, however, the flavor is a bit milder, which I actually preferred. We used this flavor chip for our Keto Shake and Bake recipe, and it came out amazing!
4. Quest Nacho Cheese Tortilla Style Protein Chips
Y’all, these are so dang good! Doritos, who? I love using these to dip into tuna salad for a quick and easy lunch while I’m working. They’re super filling!
3. Sour Cream & Onion*
Sour Cream & Onion Lays Potato Chips are in my top two favorites for traditional potato chips, and these Quest Protein Chips come pretty close flavor-wise! They are light and crispy just like the carb-heavy originals; this is a must-try flavor.
*Unfortunately this flavor is OOS at the moment on most sites, but you can set an alert via Amazon to be notified once they’re back!
2. Loaded Taco
I polled our team, and this flavor was for sure a favorite across the board! “It’s like Taco Bell in a bag,” one of our members said, and I have to agree!
We love using these chips in taco bowls and for making Walking Tacos, too. They’re great for tailgating and any party where you want to keep it low carb while snacking.
It was not an easy decision trying to choose which flavor was my favorite, but I had to go with BBQ. This flavor tastes the most like its potato chip counterpart, and I loved that it has a slight sweetness to it as regular BBQ chips do, too. I couldn’t put this bag down!
This flavor is designated as one of their new and improved flavors, so if you’ve tried them in the past and were on the fence, you might want to give them a try again since the formula has been modified.
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