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Today I’m reviewing the La Boulangere Chocolatine! I found them in the bakery section at Costco.
There are 16 individually packaged chocolatine pasties in the bag and I paid $12.49 Canadian.
Since these are individually packaged they’re portable and easy to pack in a lunch or bring to work. They’re also easy to bring to work or an event to share with others. The expiry date is about a month and a half from the date we purchased them.
One chocolatine contains 180 calories, nine grams of fat, 21 grams of carbohydrates, one gram of fibre, six grams of sugar, three grams of protein and 160 milligrams of sodium. The ingredients list doesn’t really have anything nutritious and I don’t love that palm fat is the second ingredient.
These don’t really taste like a croissant! They’re very plain and I don’t taste that delicious buttery flavor you find in most pastries. It tastes more like a bun or bread than a croissant. I think the chocolate is the best part, there’s a generous amount of it and it’s nice sweet and tasty. Overall, I wouldn’t buy these again, the only good part is the chocolate but the dough is disappointing.