These Chocolats Favoris Crispeez take boring old Rice Krispie squares and kick them up a couple of notches by adding caramel and chocolate. I don’t know about you, but that sounds a lot more appealing than plain ones to me! Read on to find out if these individually-packaged, gluten-free treats are worth picking up on your next Costco run.
Other packaged sweet snacks from Costco are the Kirkland Signature Mini Chocolate Chip Cookies, Welch’s Fruit Snacks, Meiji Hello Panda Cookies, Kirkland Signature Trail Mox, Pillsbury Mini Chocolate Chip Cookies, Nature’s Bakery Fig Bars, Nutella & Go with Breadsticks and the Madegood Chocolate Chip Granola Bars.
Location in Store
These are located in the snack section at Costco, near the front of the store. The item number is 1589390.
Crispeez is a milk chocolate-covered caramel-flavored rice crisp square. They are dangerously good! I wasn’t expecting them to have such a nice, strong caramel dulce de leche flavor. The caramel and chocolate pairs perfectly together and I don’t find them too sweet.
The rice cereal isn’t as crunchy as a Rice Krispie Square, I find the Crispeez softer and less chewy. My toddler daughter tried a bite and really enjoyed it but they are messy! If you don’t eat them fast enough the chocolate melts in your hands.
The box comes with 20 squares and costs $12.99 Canadian which is reasonable since these are so tasty and are made in Canada!
Each square is individually packaged which makes them really easy to pack for lunch or a snack. The best-before date on the box is about 10 months from when I purchased them.
I think kids would love these but I also gave some to my adult gluten-free friend and she loved them as well! They’re a nice pick-me-up treat to have in the morning, afternoon or for dessert.
One Crispeez square contains 120 calories, five grams of fat, 16 grams of carbohydrates, zero grams of fibre, 11 grams of sugar, one gram of protein and 35 milligrams of sodium. I didn’t expect these to be low in sugar so the 11 grams of sugar isn’t surprising.
I definitely don’t love the ingredients and will say that none of them listed are nutritious, I wouldn’t eat these regularly nor serve them to my toddler daily. They are gluten-free and nut-free though which makes them a nice option for school or daycare.
The Crispeez Squares contain egg, milk and soy.
Give it a try!
These are like an elevated Rice Krispie Square except they’re gluten-free! They’re a fun treat and are super tasty, just not healthy.
Have you tried the Costco Chocolats Favoris Crispeez? What did you think of them? Drop a comment below!
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