Product Description: Candy treat from the Costco Kirkland Signature brand consisting of crisp, wafer-sized biscuits covered in Belgian chocolate. I had a chance to sample this item over the course of the past few days after someone brought a box of the crepes to the office and left them sitting out for every one to try.
Review of Kirkland Signature Belgian Chocolate Crepes
I had an opportunity to sample some of these at the office. Read to find out what I thought of them.
I remember seeing this particular item at Costco the past couple of times my wife and I shopped there. However, we've been shopping on a tight budget lately and, because of that, the dessert section has pretty much been off limits.
One of the people in my office building apparently received this as a Christmas gift and, figuring they would not eat it all by themselves (or, at least probably shouldn't), left it in a common area for everyone to try. I wound up having a couple and, I have to admit, these things are seriously addictive.
There are a couple things that really stand out when it comes to this dessert. One of the first ones is the flavor of the chocolate. It's just the way I like my chocolate treats. There's some sweetness to them but, at the same time, there's also a hint of salt that tapers the sweetness just enough to keep them from being too sweet.
It's also a flavor that sticks around. I had another one about 20 minutes ago and can still taste it.
I also like the texture of these treats. They are crispy without being hard. This gives them just enough crunchiness to make the sweet/salty taste of the treats stand out even more. As I said before, they are pretty addictive as a result of that and I have to resist the temptation to grab a bunch of time every time I walk past the box. That's not something I can say about a lot of treats like this one.
|Kirkland Signature Chocolate Crepes, 19.3 Ounce|
This collection of milk, white and dark Belgian chocolates is made with only the finest ingredients. If you intend to self-indulge or share with others, everybody is in for a de...
This is an interesting chocolate treat that exceeded my expectations and was really enjoyable. I liked these so much, I'm seriously considering finding a way to include a box of them in our shopping budget and trying to figure out how I can do that without having to share the box with my family.
My Grade: A
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StevenHelmer, Thank you for practical information, pretty product picture and product line.
Me too, I appreciate the quality chocolate in the Belgian crepes. Don't you think that your wife and your daughters need to know about Kirkland crepes? It seems to me that the only way you'll have a box to yourself is if you get one for each of you all.