No Cow Protein Bar Review (2024): Not Our Favorite, But Worth Trying Author: Amanda Capritto, CPT, CNC, CES, CF-L1
Find out if No Cow bars live up to their reputation as the best vegan protein bar in our No Cow protein bar review. Read the full review.
Pros & Cons
What we like ...
- 12 flavors
- Certified gluten-free
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What needs improvement ...
- No variety pack available
- Contains erythritol, which may cause an upset stomach
- Reportedly bad customer service
- Mixed reviews on taste
No Cow’s plant-based protein bars are available in 12 flavors and have 20–22 grams (depending on flavor) of pea and rice protein per bar. These bars are gluten-, soy-, and dairy-free. These bars are recommended as a high protein on-the-go snack between meals. Erythritol is one the sweeteners used in these bars, which has been known to cause stomach issues in some people.
No Cow protein bars have polarizing reviews on taste. Some reviewers loved the multiple flavors and thought they were the best vegan protein bars they have tried. Others disliked the flavor and texture, complaining that the bars were “chalky” and “inedible.” There were customers that experienced an upset stomach after eating the bars, and this is likely due to the use of erythritol. Additionally, there were customers that experienced issues with their orders, such as late and missing products, and they also noted it was extremely difficult or impossible to get responses from No Cow’s customer service team.
20–22 g, depending on flavor
Peas and rice
S’mores, cookies ‘n cream, chocolate chip cookie dough, peanut butter chocolate chip, chocolate fudge brownie, chunky peanut butter, lemon meringue pie, blueberry cobbler, raspberry truffle, pumpkin pie, maple, original birthday cake
No Cow’s protein bars are a vegan and gluten-free option with 20–22 grams of protein but with extremely mixed reviews on flavor.