Price: $2.88 per bag
Review: Twix is one of my favorite chocolate bars, and gingerbread is one of my favorite flavors/cookies. So this was the best of both worlds. The gingerbread flavor was solely in the caramel, and the shortbread cookie and the milk chocolate were the same as the original twix bar. But wow wow wow. THESE WERE AMAZING. The crunchy, caramel-y, chocolatey goodness was just like a normal twix bar. I have no complaints about this. I highly recommend this.
Price: $2.88 per bag
Green Tea Crepe Cake
Review: WOW. This cake was 2 of my favorite things in one. Green tea and crepes. The crepe layers were thin and slightly sweet and the green tea layers in between the crepes had a genuine matcha flavor. Not overly sweet and overpowered with sugar. The green tea powder on the top had more of a slightly bitter tea taste, but because of my love for bitter teas, this was a touch I personally really liked.
Review: This cake was chosen but my sisters, but of course, I had a bite of it as well. The cake was nice and fluffy and the cream wasn't dense or overly sweet either. I really liked this because everything was just so light and fluffy and slightly sweet and delicious. It reminded me a lot of Paris Baguette cakes--something I like.
Price: $15 ish for both
Review: I absolutely adore pumpkin spice, and this definitely fueled the fire of my passionate love for it. Wow that was pretty intense.... but so is my love for pumpkin spice. The ice cream was nice and creamy and the macaron was crispy yet chewy in a deeelicious way! I've been wanting to try this place out for a long time, and it was definitely worth the trip to LA.
p.s. I stole bites of Cookies and Creme and Red Velvet and they were both absolutely delicious as well!
Price: $5.00 each
Review: I tried this for the first time last year, but I was only given 2 since the box belonged to someone else. This year, my mom surprised me by buying me a box of my own. These are basically thin toffee sheets rolled and dipped in milk chocolate. Although I'm not a huge milk chocolate fan, I fell head over heels in love with these. The creaminess of the chocolate along with the slight crunch of the toffee is absolutely amazing. If you happen to be at costco during the holiday season, I highly recommend picking up a box!
Review: I've only starting liking stuffing last year, and I haven't had very many encounters with it, so it was always iffy whether I actually liked it or not. But this sandwich confirmed any doubts I had about it. Cranberry sauce, on the other hand, was something I always found disgusting, but it works EXTREMELY well in this sandwich. It's the perfect ingredient to bring together the turkey and stuffing. Overall, this is one of the best sandwiches I have ever had in my life and I can't wait to try more items from their menu.