Stoka Bars Review
Stoka Bars ★★
Nothing to Get Stoked About
Stoka’s motto is “More krunch, less carbs”, and it’s crunchy texture is about the only thing that makes this protein bar stand out. In fairness, there are some people who don’t like their keto bars to be chewy. But unless you’re one of them I’d encourage you to move on–there’s nothing to see here other than sugar alcohols, almonds and almond butter.
Stoka Bars have erithritol, which means their true net carb count is slightly larger than claimed. And they don’t have a lot of protein. This is a good reminder that just because something looks natural doesn’t mean it’s the healthiest choice.
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Macros: 250 calories, 22g fat, 9g protein, 6g fiber, 7g net carbs.
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What are Stoka Bars’ available flavors?
Stoka Bars come in the following flavors:
- Coconut Almond
- Vanilla Almond
- Peanut Chocolate Chip
What ingredients are in Stoka Bars?
Stoka Bar Ingredients include: peanuts, almonds, erythritol, inulin (from chicory root and/or jerusalem artichoke), vanilla extract, sea salt, guar gum, sunflower lecithin, stevia extract.
Are Stoka Bars really keto?
Yes. But they’re really heavy on nut butter, which isn’t the healthiest protein. See our review of the best keto friendly protein bars for 2019.
Where can I buy Stoka Bars?
You can buy Quest Bars on their website, or on Amazon. You can also find them on GNC and many local natural food stores.