Costco Godiva Chocolate Domes Review

These Godiva dome-shaped chocolates from Costco pack plenty of crunch!

Image of the Costco Godiva Chocolate Domes box sitting on a table.
Costco Godiva Chocolate Domes

Today I’m reviewing the Costco Godiva Chocolate Domes! These are one of the last holiday items I’ll be reviewing. I haven’t tried them before, so decided I needed to add them to my current chocolate collection.

Other chocolates from Costco for the holiday season include the Costco Godiva Masterpieces Chocolates, Costco Kirkland Signature Macadamia Clusters, Costco Truffettes De France Chocolate Truffles, Costco Merci European Chocolates and the Costco Kirkland Signature Peppermint Bark.

Image of the Costco Godiva Chocolate Domes, both flavors, dark chocolate and milk chocolate unwrapped sitting on a plate, sideview image.
Dark chocolate on the left and milk chocolate on the right.

Location in Store

You can find the Godiva Chocolate Domes in the Christmas treat aisle, near all the other chocolates. The item number is 1490904.

Closeup image of the Costco Godiva Milk Chocolate Hazelnut Dome with a bite taken out of it.
What the inside of the Costco Godiva Milk Chocolate Crispy Hazelnut Dome looks like.

Taste

The first thing I noticed with both of these chocolates is the texture. They’re very crunchy! They remind me of Ferrero Rocher chocolates in a way and the hazelnut one actually tastes very similar to the basic Ferrero Roche chocolate. There are two flavors, dark chocolate and milk chocolate crispy hazelnut.

Image of the Costco Godiva Chocolate Domes, both flavors, dark chocolate and milk chocolate unwrapped sitting on a plate with a bite taken out of each so you can see the middle.
What the inside of the dark chocolate dome and milk chocolate crispy hazelnut dome looks like.

They’re actually even more crunchy than Ferrero Rocher due to the solid, crispy cores the Godiva Domes have. The Dark Chocolate Double Chocolate chocolate delivers what it promises – it’s very chocolatey. It tastes like a mix of dark and milk chocolate.

As I mentioned above, the Milk Chocolate Crispy Hazelnut chocolate reminds me of a Ferrero Rocher chocolate with extra crunch, but there are a lot of other chocolates out there with this classic flavor combination. If you’ve had hedgehog chocolate before or even Nutella, you’ll have a pretty good idea of how these chocolates taste. 

Closeup image of the Costco Godiva Dark Chocolate Hazelnut Dome with a bite taken out of it.
What the inside of the Costco Godiva Dark Chocolate Dome looks like.

I think the most unique aspect of these chocolates is the texture. If you’re craving good quality chocolate with lots of crunch and you’re getting tired of buying Ferraro Rocher chocolates, you should definitely give these a try, though they’re not that different. Personally I prefer smooth chocolates, so I don’t think I’d buy them again. 

Image of the Costco Godiva Chocolate Domes, both flavors, dark chocolate and milk chocolate wrapped and sitting on the table, spilling out from the box.
Dark chocolate in the purple wrapper, milk chocolate in the blue.

Cost

I paid $15.99 Canadian for the 443-gram box of chocolates. Not exactly cheap but also not totally overpriced.

Image of the Costco Godiva Chocolate Domes back of the box that shows the two different flavors and the description of both flavors.Dark chocolate and milk chocolate crispy hazelnut.
Two flavors – dark chocolate and milk chocolate crispy hazelnut.

Convenience

The best before date is almost seven months from the date I purchased the chocolates. Each chocolate comes individually wrapped. I recommend storing them in a cool dry plan.

I like a bit of variety when I buy chocolates, I love the boxes that have 20 different flavors so I wish this big box had more than just two flavors of chocolates. Although, if these were served to guests I doubt anyone could resist trying one!

Image of the Costco Godiva Chocolate Domes Nutrition Facts.
Costco Godiva Chocolate Domes Nutrition Facts.

Nutrition

Calories

Definitely not a healthy cookie! One cookie is 140 calories, six grams of fat, 18 grams of carbohydrates, one gram of fibre, 10 grams of sugar, three grams of protein and 45 mg of sodium. I’m not loving that the ingredients has sugar as the first ingredient listed and vegetable oil as well.

Image of the Costco Godiva Chocolate Domes Ingredients.
Costco Godiva Chocolate Domes Ingredients.

Ingredients

The Godiva Chocolate Domes contain wheat, sugar, hazelnuts, dairy and egg yolk. They have typical unhealthy ingredients you’d expect to find in a chocolate!

Scoring

Taste: 7.5/10

Cost: 7/10

Convenience: 10/10

Nutrition: 0/10

Overall

Give it a try!

These aren’t my favorite chocolates that Costco carries for the holiday season, but I still enjoyed them!

If you’ve tried these, what did you think of them?


Please note that this review was not paid for or sponsored by any third party. This product was purchased by Costcuisine for the purpose of producing this review. The opinions in this review are strictly those of Costcuisine. Costcuisine is not affiliated with Costco or any of its suppliers. In the event that Costcuisine receives compensation for a post from the manufacturer of a product or some other third party, the arrangement will be clearly disclosed (including where the manufacturer of a product provides Costcuisine with a free sample of the product).

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4 thoughts on “Costco Godiva Chocolate Domes Review”

  1. I was disappointed in the center of the dark chocolate ones, it was super hard and I also nearly broke my tooth. I’m going to have to warn everyone about the super hard core in the dark chocolate. It would be fine without them. I wouldn’t buy them again and may take them back for that reason.

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  2. Never again!
    Best by August 2022 AND I live in hot SW Idaho. Nearly broke my teeth!
    Interior of crushed hazelnuts had become a geologic concretion!!

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