Costco Food & Product Reviews

Costco Kirkland Signature Chilled Seasoned St. Louis Ribs Review

People love ribs because they’re meaty, savory, flavorful, and fun to eat! It can be hard to make fall off the bone, perfect ribs at home. Costco carries these Chilled Seasoned St.Louis Ribs that are already cooked and come with barbecue sauce. Read on to find out if…

Costco Bobo’s Oat Bites Review

These Bobo’s Oat Bites are healthy-ish (or less unhealthy?) treat that’s sort of a cross between a mini muffin and a Fig Newtons cookie. Based on that description and the packaging, they seem targeted at school lunches more than anything. Read on to find out if these oat…

Costco Ajinomoto Tokyo Style Shoyu Ramen with Chicken Review

Costco carries a nice selection of Asian-themed foods in its refrigerated and frozen sections. As far as I know, this Ajinomoto Tokyo Style Shoyu Ramen with Chicken is the only pre-made version of ramen that they carry, and it’s been around for a few years. I first reviewed…

Costco Dole Whip Review

If you’re looking for an alternative to ice cream and love pineapple, you might want to consider checking out Dole Whip. It’s a frozen dessert that’s dairy-free, sweetened with honey and made with real pineapple. It definitely has a fun, tropical vibe. I’ve read that it’s a popular…

Costco Kirkland Signature Premium Apple Cake Review

Some people like cake and some people like pie. This Costco Kirkland Signature Premium Apple Cake might keep both sides happy, because it’s basically a combination of the two! Visually, the apple cake is impressive with layers upon layers of apples stacked about two inches high. That sounds…

Costco Kirkland Signature Salmon Milano with Basil Pesto Butter Review

Most of the offerings in Costco’s pre-made food section are easy-to-prepare, reasonably-priced complete meals. This Kirkland Signature Salmon Milano with Basil Pesto Butter doesn’t quite fit that description. All you’re getting is a protein, so you have to figure out your own side dishes. It’s also pricey at…

Costco Kinder’s The Chicken Sauce Dipping Sauce Review

Costco sells a lot of chicken products like wings, nuggets, strips, etc., so it makes sense that they would also sell a dipping sauce that goes well with chicken. You can tell just from looking at the name what this Kinder’s The Chicken Sauce Dipping Sauce is supposed…

Costco Kirkland Signature Creole-Style Jambalaya Review

Jambalaya is something I enjoy making at home occasionally, but it takes a fair amount of effort! When I saw this Kirkland Signature Creole-Style Jambalaya at Costco, I immediately wondered how it would compare to my homemade stuff. It definitely looks appetizing with a bunch of nice-looking shrimp…

Costco Ruprecht Irish Stew Review

Stew isn’t really something we make at home on our own but we eat a lot of meat, potatoes and vegetables so it’s more about lack of time than lack of interest! This Costco Ruprecht Irish Stew solves the lack of time problem by offering a comforting meal…

Costco Anahola Granola Review

What makes a good granola? In my opinion, it needs to be not too sweet, a little nutty and have the perfect crunchy, chewy texture! This Anahola Granola from Costco is made in Kauai, Hawaii by a small team and has all the ingredients to make it a…

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