Costco Food & Product Reviews

Costco Kirkland Signature Roasted Garlic and Herb Almonds Review

Whatever your tastes are, you can probably find a nut with a seasoning you really like out there somewhere. There are all sorts of different combinations out there, and some of them are a little odd (like these dill pickle peanuts I recently reviewed). These Kirkland Signature Roasted…

Costco Kirkland Signature Sriracha Seasoning Review

Sriracha is a sauce, but this Kirkland Signature Sriracha Flavoured Seasoning promises to bring the popular spicy taste to new foods in a dry powdery form. I was curious to see how closely the taste of the seasoning would match the classic sauce and what I might be…

Costco Sheila G’s Brownie Brittle Review

When I think of brownies, I think of a soft and melty treat. The Sheila G’s Brownie Brittle takes the classic flavor of brownies but turns it into a hard and crispy cookie that’s similar to biscotti in texture. As someone who tends to prefer softer cookies, I…

Costco Kashi Organic Layered Fruit Bars Review

Fruit leather is a classic snack that I can remember eating throughout my childhood years. These Kashi Organic Layered Fruit Bars are basically just fruit leather in bar form. They use a traditional apple base and combine it with more exciting fruit flavors. I think of fruit leather…

Costco Dunn’s Dill Pickle Flavoured Peanuts Review

Dill-pickle-flavored foods are everywhere these days! I’m a big fan of Costco’s dill pickle salad, and I’ve also reviewed dill pickle dip, fried dill pickle chips and dill pickle potato chips. Today I’m reviewing these Dunn’s Dill Pickle Flavoured Peanuts. Peanuts aren’t really something I’d think to mix…

Costco Kirkland Signature Carrot Mini Cakes Review

Costco has started selling a few different kinds of mini cakes in the past year or so. I tried the Kirkland Signature Raspberry Mini Cakes back in the summer and I picked up these Kirkland Signature Carrot Mini Cakes on my last shopping trip. These “mini cakes” look…

Costco Summ! Crispy Vegetable Spring Rolls Review

I love a good spring roll! Personally I tend to prefer meat-based ones, but if you’re a vegetarian, these Summ! Crispy Vegetable Spring Rolls might be right up your alley. Keep reading for my thoughts on them plus cooking instructions, nutrition information and more. Other similar products from…

Costco Janes Tavern Battered Haddock Review

If you’re looking for an easy way to make fish and chips at home, these Janes Tavern Battered Haddock Fillets will get you halfway there! Will these frozen fish sticks trick you into thinking you’re eating fried fish from your favorite pub? Keep reading for the answer to…

Costco Chocolats Favoris Crispeez Review

These Chocolats Favoris Crispeez take boring old Rice Krispie squares and kick them up a couple of notches by adding caramel and chocolate. I don’t know about you, but that sounds a lot more appealing than plain ones to me! Read on to find out if these individually-packaged,…

Costco Kirkland Signature Chicken Chow Mein Review

We’ve been buying the Kirkland Signature Chicken Chow Mein from the pre-made meal section at my local warehouse for years, though it’s disappeared for a few stretches. It showed up again recently after a fairly long absence and I thought it would be a good idea to update…

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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.