Thai Kitchen: Pad Thai & A Taste Tai: Toasted Coconut Fortune Cookies!
Posted Jan 28 2010 7:58pm
Thai food and I do not normally get along. I do not like spicy food at all so I was a bit hesitant at trying Thai products. I have had it in the past but the really tame products like some mushroom soup but these two products were calling my name...
Thai Kitchen: Single Serving Pad ThaiI love that this item is already measured out for me and I do not have to do any guess work on servings because it is perfectly packaged! I also like that if I don't know what to eat for lunch, it is easy to make. I am always looking for easy meals and this is pretty simple.
As for taste, some bites were sweet and some bites had a kick of spice. It wasn't that spicy though and I was able to enjoy it enough to want to purchase this item again.
The Stats Serving size: 1 package Calories: 230 Total Fat: 2.5 grams Total carbs:49 grams Protein: 4 grams
A Taste Of Thai: Toasted Coconut Fortune Cookies
I don't even bother looking at fortune cookies...why bother putting my self through torture? However, when I saw fortune cookies and gluten free on the same box, I jumped for joy! When I saw the coconut flavor, I became intrigued!
I had these for desert right after my Thai Kitchen dinner and my boyfriend was there to try them along with me. I have to say, I didn't know what to expect. I remember what regular fortune cookies tasted like and these blow them out of the water! They are 100 times better (well, that is if you like a slight coconut taste, if not, I would refrain) because I usually only got the fortune cookie for the fortune not the actual cookie. Now, my problem was not only wanting to eat more to find out what my next fortune said, because these fortunes are much more adorable than the standard ones and wiser but also because they were so tasty I wanted more!
The Stats: Serving Size: 5 cookies (woo hoo! I can be a glutton without the guilt!) Calories: 89 Fat: 4 grams Carbs: 13 grams Protein: less than one gram