In case you haven’t heard of Quest Nutrition before, let me give you the low-down. The goal of Quest Nutrition is to revolutionize the idea of clean eating. They don’t want people to have to compromise taste or nutrition when it comes to food. Their bars, powders and other snacks have the best protein-to-calorie ratio (low calories, high protein) out there, but you wouldn’t know that it’s a health food by the taste.
As if their delectable bars and snacks weren’t enough, you can actually bake a lot of your favorite treats using Quest protein powder and Quest protein bars. As the company has grown, so has the number of tasty recipes you can whip up using their products. While the list is nearly endless at this point, we have created a list of some of the best Quest dessert recipes that you can make to replace your favorite, more indulgent, treats.
1. French Toast
Quest french toast has only 230 calories, 33 grams of protein and 6 net carbs. Get the full recipe.
Did you think brownies were off-limits during your diet? Think again. This brownie recipe has 160 calories, 15 grams of protein and only 8 net carbs. Find out how to make your own.
At only 160 calories, you have no reason to feel guilty while indulging in this delicious treat. Even better, each pie is packed with 18 grams of protein and only 7 net carbs, not too bad for dessert. Try it out.
Basically, this is a Pop-Tart that you don’t need to feel bad about. Each pastry pocket has 160 delicious calories and only 6 net carbs. The good news doesn’t stop there because each treat also has 17 grams of protein. Make it yourself.
Chocolate lava cake? Seriously? When was the last time you saw that in the “okay” column of your diet plan? Thanks to Quest, we can now enjoy heavenly chocolate cake with only 240 calories and 7 net carbs. As if the low cal and low carb combination didn’t sweeten the deal enough, it also contains 21 grams of protein. This recipe is sure to not disappoint.
This protein-packed, incredibly delicious cake is sure to bring a smile to the face of any sweet-tooth. Each slice has 210 calories, only 7 net carbs and 27 grams of protein. Find out how to make your own.
Who needs iHOP when you can make your own deliciously healthy chocolate chip pancakes at home? These fantastic flap jacks hold 130 calories, 14 grams of protein and only 9 net carbs. Get cookin’.
It can be hard to whip up a full cake in your tiny dorm kitchen; we get it, and so does Quest. Try out this recipe for your own personal mug cake. Each cake has only 180 calories and 6 net carbs and comes packed with 20 grams of protein.
Don’t lie, you never follow the warning label on the tub of cookie dough and you’re seriously missing your favorite indulgence while you’re on your diet. You’re in luck though because Quest cookie dough has 200 calories, 25 grams of protein and only 6 net carbs. Make your own.
With such a shocking resemblance to the delicious Hostess Chocolate cupcakes, how could you go wrong with these? Each cupcake contains 160 calories and only 6 net carbs. Even better, each comes with 16 grams of protein. Get the recipe.