Creamy, smooth, sweet and delicious Costco Godiva Belgium chocolates!
Another Costco Christmas item review coming at ya! Today I’m reviewing the Costco Godiva Belgium 1926 Masterpieces Chocolates. This bag comes with three different kinds of chocolates in it.
Other Costco chocolates available for Christmas are the Anthon Berg Liquor-Filled Dark Chocolates, Lindt Lindor Assorted Chocolates, Gudrun Fine Belgian Chocolates, Kirkland Signature Luxury Belgian Chocolates, Costco Kirkland Signature Chocolates Of The World and the Costco Baileys Original Irish Cream Chocolates.
Location in Store
You can find these in the Christmas treat aisle at Costco. The item number is 1548614.
There are three different flavors of chocolates in the bag, caramel milk chocolate, a dark chocolate ganache and a milk chocolate hazelnut.
The Milk Chocolate Caramel Lion Of Belgium chocolate reminds me a lot of a Caramilk bar. It’s creamy, smooth milk chocolate filled with a very soft, almost liquid caramel. It tastes similar to a Caramilk bar but maybe a little higher quality. Nice and sweet, the caramel adds some extra sweetness to the chocolate.
Dark Chocolate Ganache Heart is the hardest texture of the three, the ganache filling is softer than the outside but it’s still a very solid, hard filling. The chocolate is still fairly sweet for a dark chocolate. The ganache filling is a little lighter in color than the shell. This tastes very rich with a deep, chocolaty flavor and a little less sweetness than the milk chocolate caramel.
The Milk Chocolate Hazelnut Oyster is moderately soft, the filling is solid but less solid than the dark chocolate ganache. This one has that classic praline flavor of any hazelnut-filled chocolate. It’s a little creamy and has a distinct hazelnut flavor. There’s a good balance of hazelnut and chocolate.
All of the chocolates are delicious and of high quality. I have a hard time picking a favorite.
I paid $10.99 Canadian for the 420-gram bag of chocolates.
Even though it’s a lot of packaging I really like that these are individually sealed. It keeps the chocolates nice and fresh. These Godiva Belgium Masterpieces Chocolates make a really great gift. They’re also great to bring into the office because they can be shared easily.
The Costco Godiva chocolates are a product of Turkey, the best before date is about 11 months from the date we purchased them. The bag suggests storing them in a cool, dry place.
Five chocolates is 220 calories, 14 grams of fat, 23 grams of carbohydrates, one gram of fibre, 20 grams of sugar, three grams of protein and 35 mg of sodium. That’s not bad for five chocolates! I feel like five is a lot.
Obviously not the healthiest ingredients list. These have lots of sugar, dairy and vegetable oil. Also they have hazelnuts so if you’re allergic to hazelnuts you may need to skip these altogether.
These are one delicious Costco chocolate option available for the Christmas season!
Have you tried these Godiva chocolates? What did you think of them?
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3 thoughts on “Costco Godiva Masterpieces Chocolates Review”
Made in Turkey. Different types of corn syrup, no sugar. Save your money. It’s Turkish chocolate made from corn syrup and palm oil.
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