Costco Food & Product Reviews

Costco Crunchmaster Multi-Grain Crackers Review

The Costco Crunchmaster Multi-Grain Baked Crackers are made in a peanut-free facility, have no artificial colors or flavors, are certified gluten-free and are vegan. These crackers don’t look very exciting or enticing but maybe the look of them is a little deceiving. Crackers are something I’ve enjoyed since…

Costco Dee Amore Potato Skins Review

Potato skins are a popular snack food or appetizer that are made of hollow potato halves topped with bacon, cheddar cheese and green onion. Costco is carrying these Dee Amore Potato Skins that are “loaded with cheddar” and use Idaho potatoes. Are these frozen potato skins worth picking…

Costco Bibigo Vegetable Fried Rice Review

Costco sells an impressive selection of Asian-style food, mainly in the frozen section. Most of the different options are both tasty and convenient – perfect for making a meal at home that’s nearly as good and as easy as takeout! This Bibigo Vegetable Fried Rice showed up in…

Costco Kirkland Signature Cheese, Fruit and Nut Packs Review

If you’re a cheese and nut lover and are looking for an easy, on-the-go snack, you might like these new Costco Kirkland Signature Cheese Fruit and Nut Packs! Is it worth picking these up from Costco or are you better off making your own snack? I love a…

Costco Kirkland Signature London Dry Gin Review

I don’t think many readers will disagree when I say Kirkland Signature is a great brand. It has a reputation for great products at reasonable prices. The selection of Kirkland Signature liquors offered by Costco mostly supports this reputation. They’re not all amazing, but for the most part,…

Costco Allie & Sara’s Kitchen Portuguese Custard Tarts Review

Portuguese tarts are a combination of a flaky pastry shell with a sweet egg custard in the middle. These Allie & Sara’s Kitchen Portuguese Custard Tarts from Costco caught my eye because they look delicious on the box and they’re actually made in Portugal! Are these tarts as…

Costco Synear Shumai Dumplings Review

Shumai are traditional Chinese dumplings filled with meat, vegetables and spices. Costco is carrying these Synear Shumai Dumplings in the frozen section, so you can enjoy this popular dim sum item in the comfort of your own home! The question is, are these dumplings as good as your…

Costco PB Fit Peanut Butter Powder Review

Are you a big peanut butter fan but worry about how many calories and how much fat it has? The Costco PB Fit Peanut Butter Powder has 87% less fat than traditional peanut butter but does it have the same delicious flavor? I’m a big peanut butter fan…

Costco Simply Protein Bars Review

Protein bars are a convenient snack and can even work as a meal replacement when you’re on the go. Costco carries a few different kinds of protein bars, and it can be hard to figure out which brand is right for you. The Simply Protein bars are gluten-free,…

Costco Swiss Delice Prestige Assorted Chocolates Review

Costco has a large selection of chocolates around the holiday season, and it can be hard to choose the right one for you! These Swiss Delice Prestige Assorted Chocolates look elegant, plus Swiss chocolates are world famous for their quality. Somewhat surprisingly though, these are actually one of…

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Costcuisine is a website and online community dedicated to Costco-loving foodies like me! Costcuisine isn’t associated with Costco in any way though. Costcuisine started off as a hobby for me. I didn’t know how many people would read my posts, but I realized pretty quickly that I’m not the only person who loves both food and shopping at Costco!

I’m happy that I can help other Costco fans find the best stuff in their local warehouses. I also try to provide useful information, like cooking instructions for products (in case you threw out your package by accident like I have countless times!) and nutrition information. For me, the best part of Costcuisine is that I’ve met a ton of other Costco fans and I get to interact with them through this website and my various social media accounts.