Last time I went to Costco I saw that Costco had these new Belgian Boys crepes so I bought some to try. Both the box and the crepes look very similar to the La Creperie crepes Costco has had in the past. The crepes come in a box of 16 crepes, which is divided into two packages of 8 crepes.
When I first tried one of the Belgian Boys crepes, I wasn't sure how long to microwave it. The instructions state to take "product" out of its packaging and microwave it on a plate for 1 minute. I didn't know if that meant 8 crepes or 1 or 2 crepes. So I microwaved my one crepe for 15 seconds, and it was dry and very underdone. Then I microwaved it for 30 more seconds, and the texture was much better. So, 40-45 seconds seemed to work for one crepe in my microwave. The next time I had the crepes they were frozen so I had to microwave one crepe for about 65 seconds.
Just like the La Creperie crepes, the Belgian Boy crepes have a nice, slightly sweet crepe taste. The one thing I didn't like was that the crepes have a somewhat chewy texture. Adding something on top of the crepe might counteract the chewiness, but I prefer my crepes plain.
Overall, the Belgian Boys crepes were fine for me, except for their chewy texture. I am also happy that I can find crepes at Costco again to satisfy my crepe cravings .
Update (2015): Unfortunately, my local Costco in AZ seems to have stopped carrying crepes yet again...Food: Belgian Boys All Natural Crepes (microwaved)
Source: Costco, Tucson, AZ