Pocky Chocolate Dipped Cookies

by Cindi

Box of Pocky Chocolate Dipped Cookies

Box of Pocky Chocolate Dipped Cookies


Just wanted to tell everyone about these wonderful Japanese chocolate dipped cookie sticks.

I found them in the Asian food section of my supermarket. I had never tasted any chocolate made in Japan.

They are really good. The cookie is very crispy and the chocolate is dark but not too strong.

I especially like to dunk them in my coffee. The chocolate melts and makes them extra yummy!

Thanks again Cindi! Keep us informed about any other interesting chocolate products you find.

I agree with you. The Pocky chocolate dipped cookies are pretty tasty. They're different too.

Cookie stick is an apt description. The cookies are about 5 1/2 inches long and only a 1/4 of an inch across. They do resemble sticks. But taste much better!

You're exactly right about the chocolate too. It has a nice mild dark chocolate taste. Even milk chocolate lovers like it to, at least those in my family.

Let's take a look at the nutrition facts. About 10 cookies sticks equals a serving.

Each serving has 200 calories (80 from fat), 9g of fat (5g sat.), 26g total carbohydrate, 2g dietary fiber, 10g sugar, 4g protein, 2% calcium and 2% iron, according to the package.

Pocky chocolate dipped cookies are another dark chocolate snack option. Obviously not a health food. But if you nibble on 3 or 4 cookies a day, not soooo bad. You know what to do.

They come in a handy double pack or single pack. The single flip-top box is maybe just a little too convenient. It's easier to fit into your desk, purse, backpack, etc.

But it holds fewer cookies so it poses less of a threat to your willpower!

Thanks again, Cindi. Choclady

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