Costco has launched a range of cheeseburger spring rolls in Australian stores.
An eagle-eyed shopper, Sasha, noticed the Choptstix packets of 18 rolls in stores and shared an image of them to a popular foodie Facebook group.
The unique cheeseburger spring rolls are made with Australian beef, cheese, tomato sauce, mustard, onion and pickles encased in pastry to replicate the taste of the burger.
Australian customers are obsessing over the new cheeseburger spring rolls sold at Costco. Each packet is filled with 18 spring rolls and the price varies across store locations
After the news was shared on social media, shoppers were quick to share their excitement for the novelty snack.
‘I feel like we need to buy these!’ one person said online and tagged a friend in the comments to share the news further.
‘These taste good in the air fryer,’ another said, a third added: ‘Can’t wait to try these!’
The unique cheeseburger spring rolls made with Australian beef, cheese, tomato sauce, mustard, onion and pickles
After the news was shared on social media, shoppers seemed very eager to try the distinctive flavour for themselves, as spring rolls aren’t normally filled with cheese
While thousands were convinced the new spring rolls are a ‘must-have’, others who tried them said they were average.
‘I found these really ordinary! Save your money!’ one person said.
‘Had these last night 6/10, but they were only $9ish for two packets… so 7/10,’ another added.
‘Sound better than they are, had some last week. Not great,’ a third said.