Mochi Rice Cakes
Our Customers Thought
Best Mochi ever!!!Kathi, Lebanon, MO
We have to order these every time! I don't know that we will ever tire of them!Priscilla, Paso Robles, CA
Very interesting to this first-time consumer of mochi. I like the lighter taste and similarity to gummies, but a little softer and not overly sweet.Tabitha, Austin, TX
Kids love these, they call them Asian marshmallows!Cassandra, Loris, SC
not sure what I am eating but its good, this more like a marshmellow than a rice cakeJoseph, Danville, VA
Love these with some hot tea as a little snack ;)heidi, Indialantic, FL
Love these sweet and chewy little morsels. Purchased a sample size and just had to come back for the larger bag.Caasi, Philadelphia, PA
I love mochi. My local grocery store stopped carrying mochi-coated ice cream. It's become hard to find, so I buy these as back ups. Last time, they were great. A little sticky, not quite enough powder to keep them separated, but super soft and yummy. This time, it's like someone spilled corn starch into them, like eating talcum powder. Way too much! They definitely aren't sticking together, but I have to dust off each one. Next time, maybe it'll be just right?Maureen, Plymouth, MA
I always get these and always have them on hand. They are delicious and fill you up fast since they are made of rice. Best snack food ever! Highly recommended!June, HIGHSPIRE, PA
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Glatinous rice powder, sugar, corn syrup, d-sorbitol solution, salt, wheat flour, glycerin esters of fatty acids, alcohol, sg-esters, corn starch Packaged in the same facility as peanuts, tree nuts, wheat, soy, and milk products.
Serving size 30g (~1.1 oz.)
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Store open or closed under refrigeration for up to 6 months. This item can be frozen.
Approximately 300 pieces per pound.
Country of origin: South Korea