Pure Protein Bars
Pure Protein bars were one of the original protein bars on the market, and they have stood the test of time. They were my introduction to protein bars many years ago, and I think they are perfect for that.
Zing Bars
Zing bars are a great plant-based and gluten-free option, and I can definitely recommend them on flavor alone. Unfortunately, the protein content is much lower than other options out there, preventing this from becoming a top-tier vegan protein bar.
CTRL cookie dough bar
CTRL bars have good flavor, but they are very sweet and lack the nutrition facts that would make this a go-to protein bar. The texture is very similar to Anabar, but overly sweet with less protein overall.
Fit Crunch Bars
Fit Crunch Bars have been one of the leaders in the industry for quite some time, and based on the texture of these bars, I can see the appeal. However, the flavor is simply too artificial for me to truly enjoy these bars.
Nicks keto protein bar
I absolutely love Nick's light ice cream, but their protein bars tend to tell a different story. While the texture of these bars is awesome, the flavor doesn't quite hit the mark.
Clif Builders Bars
Clif Builders Bars are decent for what they are, and they do have great texture. But the soy flavor is simply too strong in each bar, overpowering all of the other flavors.
Authentic Protein Bars
Yet another peanut butter-based protein bar has hit the market, and it looks very similar to others out there. But does it taste similar? Spoiler alert: yep!
Met RX Protein Bars
There's no denying that MET-Rx bars are fun, and if you need a high-calorie option, these might be a good choice for you. But when compared to the other options available today, these are only average in almost every single category.
Promax protein bars
Promax protein bars are pretty average as far as taste is concerned, but their soft texture is pleasant compared to most overly chewy options out there.