Lindor chocolates from Costco are the creamiest, smoothest and most delicious grocery-store-bought chocolates I’ve had!
Christmas is fast approaching so it’s time to get to all the Costco Christmas product reviews! Today I’m reviewing the Costco Lindt Lindor Assorted Chocolates. Surprisingly, I haven’t reviewed these in the past.
I have reviewed a ton of other Costco seasonal Christmas chocolates though! Costco Bailey’s Original Irish Cream Chocolates, Costco Gudrun Fine Belgian Chocolates, Costco Kirkland Signature Belgian Luxury Chocolates and the Costco Kirkland Signature Chocolates Of The World.
Location in Store
You can find the Lindt Lindor chocolates in the Christmas seasonal aisle at Costco. The item number is 145866.
The box of Lindt assorted chocolates at Costco comes with four different kinds of Lindor balls. Milk chocolate, dark chocolate, white chocolate and hazelnut. All of them are delicious and my favorite is the simple milk chocolate which comes in the red wrapper.
The white chocolate is probably my least favorite but that’s because while chocolate doesn’t really seem like real chocolate to me. These are probably one of the better white chocolates I’ve had. The dark chocolate is delicious as is the hazelnut. The hazelnut has tiny little pieces of hazelnuts in it which gives it some extra texture and crunch!
All of the chocolates in the Costco Lindt Lindor Assorted Chocolate box are smooth, creamy, not too sweet and melt in your mouth. The middle of the balls are so silky and velvety and just melt in your mouth.
I think these Lindor balls from Costco are probably my favorite grocery store-bought chocolates I’ve tried.
I paid $21.99 Canadian for the box of 60-70 Lindor balls. This isn’t too expensive considering the quality, I do know that the Lindt Store sometimes has a deal that you can get 100 Lindor balls for just over $30.
The best before date listed on the Lindt Lindor chocolates is about six months from the date we purchased them. The box recommends storing the chocolates in a cool, dry place to preserve quality.
These are a hit with everyone who tries them around the holiday season. Both my parents and my husband’s parents love them and all my friends love them too! They’re a classic holiday chocolate.
One ball is 80 calories, six grams of fat, zero grams of fibre, six grams of carbohydrates, five grams of sugar, 10 mg of sodium and one gram of protein. These are not low in calories but one Lindor ball is very satisfying and rich so you don’t feel the need to eat a ton of these.
These are full of all the bad stuff like sugar and palm oil. In my opinion they’re worth every calorie and unhealthy ingredient.
Give it a try!
These are expensive but they’re probably the best quality mass-market chocolates you can buy. They’re rich, delicious, creamy and so good!
Have you tried the Lindt Lindor balls? What did you think of them?
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