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Dark Chocolate Almond Laceys

Posted by chris on Apr 12th, 2008

An extraordinary, crisp continental confection with rich smooth dark chocolate melted between two feather-light toffee wafers. WORD.

Think of it as the best sandwich in town. But instead of bread, it’s almond-toffee. And all that healthy stuff that goes in the middle has been replaced with dark chocolate. I highly recommend this evil concoction brought to you by a company called, Desserts On Us. (Bought from Whole Foods.)

There’s also a Milk Chocolate Macadamia flavor, which is quite good.

It’s pure fatty, chocolate-y fun. With no corn syrup. So you can eat a whole box and not feel guilty. And since it has 1 gram of fiber per serving, you might as well buy two boxes. Not to mention the 2 grams of protein. I can already see this treat being the basis for the next fad diet.

ingredients

Bittersweet chocolate (unsweetened chocolate, sugar, cocoa butter, milk fat, soy lecithin (emulsifier), vanilla), almonds, sugar, butter (milk), cream, enriched flour (wheat flour, niacin, iron, thiamine mononitrate, riboflavin, folic acid), honey, vanilla.

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I had the wonderful opportunity of tasting those when I went to visit my cousin in Oakland, California. They are absolutely delicious. Pity they don’t sell them where I live.

canadiangirl November 14, 2008

Love it Love it Love it. Costco Canada sells it. It’s one of my fav.

World Market sells them! I think they’re too rich tasting, though.

Yes, they are incredibly rich tasting, haha. You can smooth it out with some coffee ice cream & sign up for a gym membership the next morning.

Tried these amazing cookies today in the lunch room at work. A co-worker had bought them at Costco, Lethbridge, Canada and was kind enough to share them with us. They were devoured ! All I can say is “ I want some more Please !”

I have never tried this type of chocolate before but I love dark chocolate and I love almonds so I am sure it would be great.

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