Wednesday, February 13, 2019

Crown Couque D’Asse Strawberry Yogurt Biscuit Review

Fro-yo girl here. I’ve spotted Crown Couque D’Asse Strawberry Yogurt cookies at several supermarkets recently. It seems to be a new flavor from the Crown line of cookies. I bought a box at 99 Ranch Market in Arcadia, CA for $3.48 on sale (regular price $4.59). One box is 288g and contains 36 individually wrapped cookies. The cookies are imported from South Korea.

Couque D’Asse are delicate sandwich cookies. They’re rectangular and filled with a thin layer of cream. They’re so delicate that every cookie I unwrapped was slightly damaged. The langues de chat cookie is buttery and crisp, like an extra thin Pepperidge Farm Milano cookie. Crown’s version has a thin drizzle of chocolate across the top of each cookie. The creamy filling was very sweet with a mild strawberry flavor. It was difficult to taste any yogurt. The cookie was delicious but a tad sweet. It would be perfect with tea. They’re so pretty and delicate.

A serving of four cookies is 180 calories, 10g total fat, 12g sugars, and 20g total carbohydrates.

Ingredients: Wheat flour, strawberry yogurt, sugar, shortening (vegetable), egg white (liquid), milk fat preparation, decoration chocolate, coconut premix (coconut powder, brown sugar), imitation milk powder, overet (sorbitol solution, soybean oi, water, emulsifier, beeswax), blended edible oil (vegetable), emulsifier, salt, sodium bicarbonate, coconut flavor (artificial).

4 out of 5 stars.

You know you love me. X0 X0, fro-yo girl.

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