Buttery, simple and sweet!
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Christmas season is fast approaching so I have to get started on my Costco Christmas aisle reviews! I’m starting today with a review for the Costco Jules Destrooper Beglian Butter Biscuits! I usually wouldn’t buy an item like this because they look pretty plain but I’m excited to share my review for them!
There’s three different kinds of butter biscuits in the box, butter crisps, butter waffles and almond thins! I put all three out on a plate for my husband and I to try them and we were not disappointed despite our usual distaste for any dessert not containing chocolate. All of the cookies are moderately sweet, buttery and extremely palate pleasing. They’d be delicious on a cold day with a cup of tea or coffee, served with ice cream or dunked in hot chocolate. The butter crisp has a slight caramel flavor that I loved, the butter waffle is sweet, crunchy and simple. The almond thin is my favorite and is probably the sweetest tasting cookie. It has small pieces of thinly sliced almonds and there’s a rich butter and sugar flavor.
I paid $8.99 Canadian for the 650 gram box of Jules Destrooper Belgian Butter Biscuits! You get four sleeves of cookies in the box.
Super simple but also really versatile. You can have these with ice cream, coffee, hot chocolate and tea, use them for fondue or just enjoy them alone. The best before date is about 7 months from the date I purchased the biscuits.
These are NON-GMO and have no artificial preservatives or flavors. The nutrition information for the cookies is posted below. I love the short and simple ingredients list!
I love chocolate in my cookies but I have to say that these are so simple and delicious that I wouldn’t mind having one or two of these. If you prefer less heavy, sweet and more simple biscuits you would probably really enjoy these.
Nutrition: 3/10 (For short, simple ingredients list)
What is your favorite biscuit to have around the holidays?
6 thoughts on “Costco Jules Destrooper Beglian Butter Biscuits Review”
Me and my brother were fighting over them, they’re like cookie crack.
I tried it and liked it right away. Reminds me of Butter waffles we made from scratch with my aunt who passed away. Such a nostalgic flavour, dear to me.
Those nostalgic flavours you sometimes get are so special. I get them from time to time that remind me of my Nanny.
Where and how to purchase Jules Destrooper Butter Biscuits
You can check your local Costco
Love them all, but I have to say the almond thins are my favorite….wish they had them all year round !