Reviewing Walmart Baklava, Wendy’s Pumpkin Frosty, Moser Roth Candy, & More

by Victor Martelle
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This snack review has Walmart Marketside Baklava, Wendy’s Pumpkin Spice Frosty, Moser Roth Chocolate Truffles and Mini Chocolades Filled with Hazelnut Creme, as well as Salted Caramel Choceur Belgian Chocolate Waves.


Walmart Marketside Baklava

Score: 8 / 10

Walmart's Marketside Baklava in the package.

For such a cheap price, this sweet tasting baklava was absolutely a steal for the quality. Each one had distinct flavors and different notes that set them apart, something cheap baklava often doesn’t do. In addition, the texture and composition each is about perfect and resembles much more expensive baklava. With regards to freshness, it was middle of the road. It wasn’t prepared minutes ago by a bakery but it isn’t anywhere near being bad or “Walmart quality” either.

May have been released around October 2020.

Walmart's Marketside Baklava in the package.
Walmart's Marketside Baklava in the package.


Wendy’s Pumpkin Spice Frosty

Score: 8 / 10

Wendy's Pumpkin Spice Frosty in a cup.

One of the strongest pumpkin spice foods I’ve had, yet, it’s not overbearing or too much, it’s simply just so sweet and tasty! Honestly, not much else to say. Get this if you love pumpkin spice!

Released September 12, 2023 for the fall season.


Moser Roth Chocolate Truffles

Score: 7 / 10

Front package of Aldi Moser Roth Chocolate Truffles box.

From lightly sweet dark chocolate to the sweet white chocolate truffles, these all taste premium. Each one has a thick shell with a soft filling. For the price, these taste so much more premium than they let on.

Not sure when these were released, although this brand is produced by Storck for Aldi stores.

Back package of Aldi Moser Roth Chocolate Truffles box.

Moser Roth Mini Chocolades Filled with Hazelnut Creme

Score: 7 / 10

Front package of Aldi Moser Roth Mini Chocolades filled with Hazelnut Creme.

Each of these is annoyingly individually wrapped and are troublesome to peel off the foil. They’re all hard shelled milk chocolate balls that have a semi-soft hazelnut flavored center that’s reminiscent of Nutella but not as sweet.

Not sure when these were released, although this brand is produced by Storck for Aldi stores.


Choceur Salted Caramel Belgian Chocolate Waves

Score: 6 / 10

Front package of Aldi Choceur Belgian Chocolate Waves, Salted Caramel Flavor.

I really thought these would be chips covered in chocolate. Instead, they’re small chocolate shells in the shape of Pringles with bits of crunch pieces throughout. They’re lightly sweet and have a basic milk chocolate taste.

Not sure when these were released, although this brand is produced by Storck for Aldi stores.


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