MuscleTech Nitrotech Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Protein Bar Review
[b][size=5][color=green] NitroTech Crunch Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Protein Bar Review [/b][/size][/color]
[b][color=blue] Taste [/b][/color]
Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough – This is a good tasting bar. The outer shell provides a very rich chocolate flavor. The mini crunchy pieces similar to a grenade bar that give it the extra kick. With a great coating, extra crunchy texture the dough portion is the last aspect. Some companies are hit or miss, but MuscleTech did a good job on trying to replicate cookie dough. I personally would give the cookie dough flavor edge to Quest here, but the taste difference is close. This offers a cakelike/moist cookie dough center as quest is a harder consistency. The cookie dough filling is creamy and has a strong initial taste, but lacks a longlasting aftertaste. Great bar here, I would still put the Birthday Cake above this one.
[b][color=blue] Texture [/b][/color]
The MuscleTech Crunch Bars all have a good texture. The outside has a layering and the inside has a soft cake like texture. This is a reminiscent of a fit crunch bar if you have ever had one of those. While the outer coating may be dense it is what helps pack the flavor inside the protein bar. Personally I enjoy it greatly because of the thicker flavoring/coating on the outside, and the soft cake like inside which gives the protein bar a perfect 1-2 Punch. These are not rock hard, nor are they soft like laffy taffy as some bars on the protein bar market.
[b][color=blue] Formula [/b][/color]
Each Bar has 7g Fat, 24g Carbs, and 22g Protein
Combination of WPI,WPC,and MPI for protein sources
What may throw some people off are the vegetable oils and the soy protein (which is minimal) in the formula.
Overall for a protein bar it is a good looking formula, and MuscleTech has been known for creating great products for the past decade.
The Price range is around 24-27$ a box. While these are still making their way into retailers it is hard to say the final cost given promotions and discounts of a new item. Overall this is very straight forward and standard across the protein bar market. So yes these are cost effective and competitive to the other big brands out there such as Quest, Oh Yeah, Grenade, Combat Crunch etc.