VIDEO REVIEW: Philadelphia Milk Chocolate Cheesecake Cups

Purchased Price: $2.99 (on sale)
Size: 2-pack
Purchased at: Safeway
Nutrition Facts: (1 cup) 220 calories, 100 calories from fat, 12 grams of fat, 7 grams of saturated fat, 0 grams of trans fat, 30 milligrams of cholesterol, 240 milligrams of sodium, 26 grams of carbohydrates, less than 1 gram of fiber 22 grams of sugar, and 3 grams of protein.

7 thoughts on “VIDEO REVIEW: Philadelphia Milk Chocolate Cheesecake Cups

  1. I love those short video reviews! đŸ˜€
    Did you try mixing everything?
    I mean… obviously they didn’t think of or wanted you flipping the chocolate right into the cheesecake like MĂ¼ller Corner or Chobani Flip, but nevertheless i always do it. If i’m supposed to do it or not…. :blushes: đŸ˜€
    (Seriously with every diary product! ^^)

    I’m just asking, ’cause im curious if the cheesecake “flavor” will be overwhelmed by the chocolate if you do mix everything or if you still have the “chocolate cheesecake feeling”, but the saltiness disappears ^^

        1. I agree with the video I agree with the video and really feel like a block of cream cheese with nothing, the sliced strawberries from the freezer section that are sweetened, or a good chocolate syrup – tastes, feels, and satisfies a cheesecake craving way better!

          But price wise you can usually get a 1 or 2 slice pack of cheesecake (real cheesecake, not salty, with graham cracker crust) for the same or less money than the sale price!

    1. I’m mixed both was shown in the video and scooping and stirring – it is very difficult to get the chocolate out of the chocolate side because of how the container is shaped and the various lumps in the bottom it’s very difficult to get all of the chocolate out, but no it is not overwhelmed when you mix it together (and the chocolate isn’t very good anyway!) that way it is still very salty – incredibly salty actually to me (I have an “emergency” salt shaker in places I eat at often) because I even like to put salt on fast food that we all know is already highly salted. So I know it is not only salty to me because of how much salt I like on stuff! It really doesn’t taste like cheesecake to me and with the price being $3 for 2 on sale – regular prices obviously higher than that – in my opinion you’re better off going to the bakery section or the frozen section and getting the single slices of cheesecake or sometimes it’s sold in a 2 pack – then you get the graham cracker crunch, it’s not salty, and it tastes like cheesecake because it is cheesecake! I must have spent 3 months looking for these because I was so excited to try it (from the commercials), but today I was so let down it’s ridiculous. I feel like eating creamcheese by itself or with strawberries with syrup over it (sliced berries that are sweetened and also from the freezer section), or a better chocolate syrup then comes with this. That to me that tastes more like cheesecake and it has more of a cheesecake texture then this product does!

  2. I love the philadelphia. Cheese cake choc and cherry What about the Carmel one Can’t fing it can i order special from the store???????

    1. I know in my area many stores like King Soopers/Kroger and several other stores will special order for you – if you can find the UPC code (aka universal product code) online for the flavor, that usually helps. However if the same store carries the 2 you tried, it’s less important since they are familiar with the product- but it still helps in my experience. It is a store policy if they special order or not – it’s not a product’s policy, but sometimes the store can’t get it because it’s not avalible with the distributor.

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