Last week on the blog I reviewed the Costco Kirkland Signature Peaches and Cream Coffee Cake, Kirkland Signature Organic Margarita Mix, Kirkland Signature Organic Chunky Guacamole and the Costco Pillsbury Mini Chocolate Chip Cookies.
If you like my reviews for Costco food products, the best thing is that you can follow me on Instagram or Facebook and tell your friends about my blog Costcuisine, where I review new Costco food products each week! You can also check out my YouTube channel, where I do video reviews!
I’ve seen these THINaddictives for quite a while at Costco but I’ve never tried them before until now! We needed to restock our pantry with some snacks so I picked these up to review.
I paid $11.99 Canadian for the 690 gram box of 30 packs. Each pack has three crisps in it.
Each pack is individually wrapped so they’re easy to bring to work, school, camping or keep in your dashboard. The best before date listed on the box is six months from when I purchased them. These make a very light snack in the morning or afternoon, they go well with tea! They’re also a light dessert.
The THINaddictives are hard and crunchy. They’re very thin and crisp, the blueberries in the thins add some chewiness.
One pack has 100 calories, two grams of fat, 17 grams of carbohydrates, one gram of fibre, eight grams of sugar, three grams of protein and 65 milligrams of sodium. They’re low in calories and fat and have a moderate amount of sugar in each pack. I’m not surprised that they’re low in calories and fat because there’s really not much to these! The ingredients list isn’t exactly healthy but it’s actually not full of a bunch of chemicals and preservatives which I like!