Costco Food & Product Reviews

Costco Saputo Mozzafina Di Latte Review

One of my favorit salads (if you can call it a salad) is Caprese salad and mozarella is a key ingredient. I’m excited to try the Costco Saputo Mozzafina Di Latte in my Caprese salad, find out if I recommend this cheese from Costco below! I love mozzarella…

Costco Benjamin’s Traditional Pork Schnitzel Review

Pork schnitzel is a family friendly dish made of pork chops with a crust on the outside. It’s versatile enough to be paired with a variety of side dishes but can be a bit time-consuming to make from scratch. Now you can enjoy pork schnitzel at home with…

Costco Kirkland Signature Tempura Shrimp Review

If you’re a shrimp fan, have you tried the Kirkland Signature Tempura Shrimp from Costco? I love ordering tempura shrimp when we go to restaurants that offer it and have high hopes that this Costco version is just as good! Tempura is usually meat, vegetables, sweet potatoes or…

Costco Reese’s Thins Review

Chocolate and peanut butter is a dangerously delicious combination and Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups are a classic treat to satisfy any peanut butter and chocolate craving. How do these Costco Reese’s Thins peanut butter cups compare to the original Reese’s cups? Which one is better? Find out below!…

Costco Kirkland Signature Muffins Review

The muffins in the Costco bakery are a classic product that’s been around for years. They’re famous for their jumbo size! They come in a variety of common muffin flavors and I’m going to be reviewing each one in this post. Find out below which Costco muffin tastes…

Costco Maple Leaf Wild Garlic & Thyme Chicken Sausage Review

If you’re a sausage fan but prefer a poultry option over pork or beef the Costco Maple Leaf Wild Garlic & Thyme Chicken Sausage might pique your interest. The sausages are only 130 calories each and are made with natural ingredients but is the flavor tasty? Find out…

Costco Last Mountain’s Old Fashioned Raspberry Jam Review

In my opinion, nothing goes better on toast than raspberry jam. If you’re someone who always has a jar of jam in the fridge and are curious about how the taste of the Costco Last Mountain Raspberry Jam stacks up against Smuckers, read this review! Raspberry jam is…

Costco Level Ground East Africa Dark Roast Coffee Review

Dark roast coffee beans are roasted longer resulting in a less sour flavor and a reduced amount of caffeine. A lot of people enjoy dark roast coffee for its bitter, bold flavor. The Costco Level Ground East Africa Dark Roast coffee beans are fair trade as well as…

Costco Upper Crust Bakery Lemon Bites Review

If you’re a lemon dessert fan the Upper Crust Bakery Lemon Bites from Costco are mini lemon cakes with covered with lemon icing. These lemon bites look like the perfect zesty two-bite-sized treat but are they as refreshingly delicious as they look? I love lemon desserts during the…

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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.