Saturday, April 23, 2011


Found this at the train station's convenience store...Elogorriaga's Galletas from Spain.

In Spanish, galletas are cookies...these are filled with a chocolate cream.

The taste of the cookies without the cream, reminded me of a creme cracker that we have in Hawaii.

Best part was that these were on sale for 105 yen (about U$1.05)...4 in a package, a great little snack.


Kathy YL Chan said...

Yeah! Looks like the Diamond Bakery cracked...heheh, love those ^_^

K said...

Yum- they look good! They sort of remind me of digestives in England, are they like those or a lighter biscuit?

Nami @ Just One Cookbook said...

So random finding Spanish snack at a train station kiosk... ne? oishiso!

K and S said...

of course Kathy, the original crackers are from Hilo Macaroni who are unfortunately not in business anymore :(

similar to digestives K :)

totally random Nami :)

Take care everyone.

Japan Australia said...

Yes, looks like a digestive cracker we have, but filled with chocolate cream and only 105 yen. Looks like a real bargain!!

Japan Australia

jalna said...

Had to google "digestive". Never heard of it before. It's neat learning about different stuff on your blog!

K and S said...

Thanks J-A!

Yeah, I never knew about digestives until I moved to Japan Jalna :)

Take care you two.

Jann said...

I love finding snacks like this......the price was right,too!

Deb in Hawaii said...

Yum! And a great price for a little treat too. ;-)

K and S said...

so true Jann :)

the price really helped Deb in Hawaii!

Take care you two.

Rowena said...

Cream crackers....does that ever bring up fond memories. My grandma used to make some hot chocolate and serve cream crackers for breakfast! We (me and my cousins) loved dunking broken halves into the cocoa until soft and then slurping it into our mouths.

K and S said...

I used to love them with pb & guava jelly on them Rowena :)

Take care.