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Costco Kirkland Signature Protein Bars $17.99 for 20-pack in Stores (Quest Bar Clone) YMMV

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Last Edited by kh0rneflakes May 31, 2016 at 08:10 PM
http://www.costco.com/Kirkland-Si...01&refine=

Link above for reference. They are cheaper in stores at $17.99 for 20 bars.

Photo of back of the box here.
https://imgur.com/a/b47po

10 Chocolate Brownie Flavor
10 Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Flavor
Certified Gluten Free
No Artificial Flavors
Made with Real Chocolate
Non-GMO
15 grams of Fiber
21 grams of Protein
4 grams Net Carbs
1 gram of Sugar
Certified Kosher

Picked up a pack of these at my local Costco. They are very similar to Quest Bars.

The chocolate chip cookie dough is pretty good, but not quite as good as the new Quest recipe. For under $1 a bar, I would say it is still one of the better bars for the price.

The chocolate brownie is absolutely perfect. They taste like a dark chocolate brownie. Every bit as good as any Quest bar.

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Last Edited by spectheintro September 19, 2016 at 09:32 AM
In-Store Item Number: 1014809

Some depots are having issues getting these in-stock at all. Richmond, VA stores have had the item on order and with an expected arrival of 9/9-9/16, but their depot does not even show the items in stock for delivery. I'll update with more info when I call back in a few weeks.

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Subtotal: $45.99
Shipping & Handling: $0.00
Non-Member Surcharge: $2.30
Tax: $0.00
Order Total: $48.29

= $1.20725 per bar online

A scan of the Costco Connection article on these bars is attached. Cool
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#3
very interesting. never seen these at my Costco. thanks for posting though
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TU, thanks for sharing. All 6 reviews on costco website give 5 stars. I will look for them next week when at my local costco.
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#5
The nutrition facts look slightly better than quest bars. and the price is great. I have been buying the pure protein bars at Costco but im going to go by there in a few and see if i can find these. Great Post!
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I wouldn't go so far as to call them a "clone" but definitely the closest thing I've seen to matching Quest. At the bare minimum it's a WAYYYYYYY better price than Quest. I've never paid more than 20 bucks per box for those things, but even that still works out to over $1.50 per bar so these bars are much more cost effective.

Going to keep my eye out for these, can't say I saw them this weekend so hopefully it's not one of those items that only get stocked at certain stores.
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These just showed up at my local store. I always check the protein bar selection at Costco, and this was the first time I have seen them. It looks like some stores got them around the middle of May.
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In Kirkland we trust! Good find thanks!
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Quote from Atom75 View Post :
These just showed up at my local store. I always check the protein bar selection at Costco, and this was the first time I have seen them. It looks like some stores got them around the middle of May.
Oh maybe that's why, because I would have noticed these things before. Hopefully they will be in either of the 2 stores near me.

Did you try heating them in the microwave for 5-10 seconds?
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#10
While I can't find a fault with the nutrition or ingredients I just stocked up on bars but the price is right on these.
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#11
FYI for those who are doing macros or Weight Watchers, these are nearly identical. Weight watchers has these at 5 points where-as most Quest bars are 4 or 5 points. They're also 60g bars, which is the same as Quest.
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too bad they have erythritol (sugar alcohols) and steviol glycosides (stevia) in them.
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#13
I bought a box of these last week to test them out. IMHO they're not the best tasting bars (not to mention the lack of flavors), but for the price, they're just fine. I do wish they offered discrete boxes of cookies dough instead of the combo... but I'm so tired of waiting for deals on Quest, especially when they're expired and tough.
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too bad they have erythritol (sugar alcohols) and steviol glycosides (stevia) in them.
As do all low carb protein bars
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too bad they have erythritol (sugar alcohols) and steviol glycosides (stevia) in them.
Huh? Those 2 are by far the best carb-free sugar replacements. Infinitely better to the alternatives like sucralose and the others available on the market.
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