Snappers are bite-sized clusters with a crunchy, chewy texture and a sweet, salty flavor. Are the Costco Snappers Dark Chocolate Sea Salt Caramel & Pretzel Clusters an irresistible snack that is sure to please the entire family?
One of my favorite aisles in Costco is the snack aisle at the front of the store with all the chocolates, candy and granola bars. I always get excited to see what new snacks Costco has brought in. One snack that’s been in the aisle for a while but I haven’t tried is these Dark Chocolate Sea Salt Snappers. I usually prefer milk chocolate but wanted to give these a try.
Other addictive snack items from Costco are the Utah Truffles Milk Chocolate Mint Truffles, Kirkland Signature Mini Chocolate Chip Cookies, RXBAR protein bars, Made Good Chocolate Chip Granola Bars, Kirkland Signature Macadamia Clusters and the Kettle Kirkland Signature Himalayan Salt Krinkle Cut Potato Chips.
Location in Store
You can find these in the snack section near the front of the store, the item number is 418737.
I really love the combination of salty and sweet. These are clusters of pretzels, dark chocolate and caramel sprinkled with sea salt. In terms of flavor and texture, they’ve got a lot going on!
They have a strong chocolaty flavor from the dark chocolate, saltiness from the sea salt, a savory salty flavor and crunchy texture from the pretzels and a chewy, creamy sweetness from the caramel.
I find them pretty addictive and actually appreciate the dark chocolate because I find it pairs well with the sea salt and the hint of bitterness from the chocolate mellows out the sweetness.
The 680-gram bag of Snappers costs $12.49 Canadian which I think is pretty reasonable! It’s not a small bag and one or two Snappers leave me feeling pretty satisfied.
The bag is resealable which I love because it keeps the Snappers fresh for longer. The best-before date is nine months from the date I purchased them and I recommend storing them in a cool, dry place.
I think both kids and adults will like these, they’re great for a movie night at home or to snack on during game day, whatever sport you love to watch! I’d definitely put some in a bowl to serve at a holiday party or big get-together as well.
Three Snappers contain 170 calories, seven grams of fat, 28 grams of carbohydrates, one gram of fibre, 13 grams of sugar, two grams of protein and 260 milligrams of sodium.
It’s definitely easy to eat way more than three of these so if you’re watching your calorie, sugar, fat or sodium intake you may want to stick to six or fewer!
As I suspect, the ingredients list is full of unhealthy ingredients. The Snappers contain wheat, milk, soy and barley and make contain peanuts, tree nuts and eggs.
Give it a try!
These are good but they’re not my absolute favorite, if you know you like the combination of salty & sweet I would definitely try these.
Have you tried Snappers before? What did you think?
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