The new shape flavours and ingredients are disgusting
I used to eat around 15 - 20 of the old flavour HPLC bars with 45g protein per week then they have changed it to the new shape bars which are disgusting, and you can tell, each week sometimes I would struggle to find supermarkets stocking them now the shape bars are completely full and nobody buying them, please go back to the old flavour that has been the same for the past few years.
hmm its okay
I tried the Cookies & cream fudge flavour well it tastes nothing like cookies & cream but it isn't the worst protein bar i have eaten , it is dense and chewy and half a bar is enough to fill me up i will keep buying as they suit my needs
Purchased in September 2020 for A$3.40.
Way too sweet
The Cookies and Cream flavored bar I purchased was so sweet it caused burning sensation to inside of my mouth and tingling of lips - like eating chillies. Only ate half the bar because the burning was uncomfortable and worrying.
Purchased in October 2019 for A$4.30.
Decent enough protein
High protein / low carb bar which i find to be decent enough for my purposes. I pick up a few when doing my groceries or groceries for my mother. I gave this a 4 as they are pricey at $5 ($4 when on special at my local woolies/coles). The taste is good enough for me not perfect but what is lol...it serves it purpose. They come in a few different flavours which is sweet. These would be the best value that I have found at my local , i will continue to buy.
Changed the recipe, made it much worse
Pros: It contains protein.
Cons. Literally everything else. Worst tasting protein bar I've ever eaten. Weird, chemical aftertaste and leaves a coating in the mouth. Even eating it with a coffee doesn't make it edible. Not sure what Aussie Bodies were thinking when they ceased making the chocolate crunch bar to produce this atrocity.
Not good chocolate taste yuk
I just brought myself this hplc bar protein cost me $7.50 for the bar protein chocolate I thought this was going to be a good chocolate. I ate 1 bite and it was like yuk and not even a good high protein low carb chocolate first time trying also I don't like it but protein shake will be Better and taste nicer.
Protein Power Hit
I was curious as to what it tasted like as it had so much protein and my for the price you could probably find better but I didn't mind the taste too much
The texture was quite pleasant and it did keep me full, the taste is Allright but not the strongest chocolate taste, but for the protein hit I'd totally buy again
Decent bar, very filling
It's a little expensive, I had this bar because it was on sale and I was curious as to what protein bars tasted like. From my friend's explanation, it was going to be bad, but I found it decent. I tried chocolate, which was really thick and sweet - good for when you're hungry, and you don't care too much (and also if you gym I guess)
Great bar, but cheap/unknown ingredients caused an allergy
The nutritional benefits of this bar seemed the best when checking all of the bars available at the supermarket. The taste is odd but it isn't a real chocolate bar so if that is what you are expecting you are going to be disappointed. Just some fuel for the rig! I had some kind of allergic reaction to the bar with a really blocked nose as soon as I ate it.
It's just protein
I eat these at work all the time (Security Officer) and it serves as a physical protein source not a liquid one. People always complain about taste but if you are truly seeking the 'change' you have to eat for the results, not the taste. Cookies & Cream is the only once I can eat as the others are too sweet in my opinion.
45 grams of protein per 100 gram bar
Not a bad bar and with the huge protein hit too (45 grams per 100 gram bar) I sampled a few other bars on the market, even the popular quest bar. That plus the other ones were no where close for taste and size wise in my opinion. I bought a few on special at coles for $3.65, normally $5.60.
And be realistic, you aren't going to taste anything like a cadbury milk chocolate bar. Enjoy it or pretend to anyway!
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