Tuesday, June 28, 2016

Haitai Sand Ace Yogurt Biscuit Review

Fro-yo girl here. Haitai has been busy. They created Haitai Oh Yes Yogurt Cake (like Choco Pie, chocolate coated white cake with a yogurt cream filling) and Haitai Sand Ace Yogurt Biscuits. In the UK, cookies are called biscuits. I guess that’s true in Korea too. I’m going to call them cookies.

Sand Ace Yogurt Biscuits come in a pretty blue and white box. There are 12 packages in the box with 2 cookies per package. Two cookies are 85 calories. The cookies are small and square. The cookie part reminds me a bit of Ritz crackers; they are golden, crispy and not very sweet. They’re slightly salty like a Ritz cracker. The cookies are held together by a creamy filling that tastes like sweet slightly vanilla flavored cream or the filling of an Oreo cookie. I didn’t taste yogurt but still really liked the cookie.

A box of Sand Ace Yogurt Biscuits was $2.99 at Lotte Market. The cookies are made in Korea.

You can purchase the cookies online at: http://kpoptown.com/food/35644-haitai-sand-ace-yogurt-cream-204g.html

Ingredients: Wheat flour, soybean, glucose, coral shortening, sugar, mixed oil, lactose, cream powder, milk powder, skim milk powder, refined salt, prozyme500, lecithin, ammonium carbonate, sodium hydrogen carbonate, milk flavor, vanilla flavor, cream flavor, vitamin B1, vitamin B2.

4.5 out of 5 stars

* LOTTE MARKET: 2135 Foothill Blvd., La Canada Flintridge, CA 91011

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