While Victory bars are excellent from a nutritional standpoint, they’re nothing to write home about in the flavor department. They’re not terrible either, just pretty average. I expected the Victory peanut butter chip bar to follow in this same vein.
Victory Peanut Butter Chip Review
Yup, expectations were met. A fairly generic, average take on the peanut butter flavor was definitely what I got. The texture of the bar is soft like their other flavors and like a less enjoyable version of a Quest bar; there’s just not much to it it seems like. The peanut butter chips aren’t too flavorful either, but do add an okay crunch here and there which is very welcome to break up the boring texture of the bar itself. Speaking of, the peanut butter taste of the bar is nothing too great. It can’t even begin to compare to One’s peanut butter pie, or really most other legit peanut butter protein bars out there. I mean it’s not bad I suppose, but it’s far from great as well.
The Victory peanut butter chip bar totals out to 200 calories consisting of the macros 21p/27c/6f in addition to 17g fiber. Much like the other Victory flavors, the macros and nutrition in general on this bar are excellent. These bars may not taste as good as their brother One, but they are better from a health perspective.
So-so. Probably the best term to describe the Victory peanut butter chip bar. It does have better macros and more fiber than the One peanut butter pie flavor, but it’s not enough to make up for the huge difference in taste. The One peanut butter pie is probably a top 5 flavor for me all time at this point, so it can’t even begin to compare really. It’s not the worst peanut butter flavored protein I’ve ever had, but it’s nowhere near the best either.
+Whey protein isolate
-Better peanut butter flavored protein bars out there
Overall Rating: C+
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