Belgian Chocolate Crepes

Everyone loves crepes. They are delicious, crunchy, and savory with bursts of chocolate in every bite. The Kirkland Signature Belgian Chocolate Crepes is one of the best French crepes I have tasted out of the box. The Belgian chocolate used to make the crepes is rich and piquant.

Made in France from the Brittany region. These crepes biscuits are crispy delights combining traditional Crepe Dentelle and delicious Belgian milk chocolate. In fact, the recipe used to create these crepe chocolate biscuits have remained unchanged for more than a century.

Kirkland Signature Belgian Chocolate Crepes

Kirkland Signature Belgian Chocolate Crepes Product Details

  • Costco item #1150337.
  • Kirkland Signature – your satisfaction guaranteed.
  • Belgian chocolate biscuits.
  • Chocolate crepes.
  • UTZ Certified.
  • From Brittany region of France.
  • 108 total pieces.
  • Made in France.

Ingredients List

43% milk chocolate. Enriched wheat flour. Sugar. Butter. Lactose. Milk protein. Salt. Barley malt extract. Baking soda. Maltodextrin.

Allergen information: Contains wheat, milk, and soy (lecithin).

Nutrition Facts

A serving size is about 6 pieces of Crepe biscuit or 30 grams. There are about 18 servings per container giving you a total of 108 pieces.

Each serving contains approximately 150 calories and 3.5 grams of saturated fat. There is also 2 grams of protein in each serving.

Kirkland Signature Belgian Chocolate Crepes Nutrition Facts Ingredients

Product Back Panel

I found this Kirkland product to be well-packaged and perfect as a gift or for your own enjoyment. The box contains three individually-wrapped “columns” of crepes. The packaging products the delicate crepes well against being crushed.

Kirkland Signature Belgian Chocolate Crepes Ingredients List Product Description

Where to Buy

Most Costco warehouses should have this product in stock due to the holiday season. However, Amazon has this item in stock at the best price with shipping included.

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