Costco Bread Garden Double Chocolate Keto Muffins Review

These double chocolate keto muffins from Costco aren’t very chocolaty or tasty!

Costco Bread Garden Double Chocolate Keto Muffins package sitting on a table. Top down image.
Costco Bread Garden Double Chocolate Keto Muffins

Today I’m reviewing the Costco Bread Garden Double Chocolate Keto Muffins. I’m not on a keto diet but I always like to pick up the latest keto products from Costco to try and review on the blog.

Other keto products from Costco are the Costco Enlightened Keto Ice Cream Treats, Costco No Sugar Company Keto Bars, Costco Keto Skream Frozen Dessert Bars, Costco innofoods Keto Granola and Costco innofoods Keto Crackers.

Location in Store

These are located in the bakery section at Costco. The item number is 1624534.

Costco Bread Garden Double Chocolate Keto Muffin unwrapped from packaging and sitting on a plate.
They look better than they taste!


These Costco keto muffins are definitely moist, not overly moist but not dry either. There isn’t a strong chocolate flavor. They do have that distinct flavor I notice with a lot of keto bread products, it’s hard to describe but it’s like a lack of sweetness, chalkiness or slight bitterness and you notice that flavor more than the chocolate flavor.

Costco Bread Garden Double Chocolate Keto Muffins cut open and on a plate in half see the middle.
The muffins are moist but don’t have many other positives.

You can taste the chocolate but not much there’s also the odd chunk of chocolate but there isn’t many and these muffins could be made better with a lot more chunks of chocolate. If you do get a chocolate chunk, that muffin piece has more of the chocolate flavor I want.

These aren’ terrible but they’re really not very good.

Costco Bread Garden Double Chocolate Keto Muffins image of packaging that says eight grams of carbs, five grams of fibre and one gram of sugar.
Eight grams of carbohydrates, five grams of fibre and one gram of sugar per muffin.


You get eight 80 gram muffins in the box for $11.99 Canadian.


Each muffin is individually wrapped so it’s easy to pop one into your purse or lunch bag if you’re on the go. The best before date listed on the keto muffins from Costco is about a week from the date we purchased them.

If you’re not going to finish your muffins by the best before date you can easily freeze them.

Costco Bread Garden Double Chocolate Keto Muffins nutrition facts label.
Nutrition Facts.



One muffin is 190 calories, 16 grams of fat, eight grams of carbohydrates, five grams of fibre, one gram of sugar, two grams of erythritol, six grams of protein and 350 mg of sodium.

Costco Bread Garden Double Chocolate Keto Muffins ingredients label.


I’m not a keto expert so I’m not sure if the ingredients are keto friendly but these aren’t dairy-free or gluten-free. They contain milk, egg, oats, wheat and sulphites and may contain tree nuts, peanuts, soy and sesame seeds.


Taste: 4/10

Cost: 5/10

Convenience: 10/10

Nutrition: This really depends on if you’re on a keto diet or not. For people not on a keto diet 190 calories and sixteen grams of fat is quite a lot of calories and fat.


Walk on by!

As someone not on keto I won’t eat them again. I’ve had much better Costco keto products. 

Do you have a favorite keto product from Costco?

Please note that this review was not paid for or sponsored by any third party. This product was purchased by Costcuisine for the purpose of producing this review. The opinions in this review are strictly those of Costcuisine. Costcuisine is not affiliated with Costco or any of its suppliers. In the event that Costcuisine receives compensation for a post from the manufacturer of a product or some other third party, the arrangement will be clearly disclosed (including where the manufacturer of a product provides Costcuisine with a free sample of the product).

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30 thoughts on “Costco Bread Garden Double Chocolate Keto Muffins Review”

  1. I just bought these (Oct 2023) at my local Costco on Vancouver Island, and I am not impressed. I’m not on a Keto diet, so that could be why. To me they have a strong baking soda taste? They make my mouth tingle, lol. Not sure why. I can see these being decadent for someone on Keto, but for me who is not, I would not buy these again. They are convenient being that they are individually packed, so that’s handy for someone on the go.

  2. FALSE LABELLING!! Illegal???
    These are NOT KETO!! They are made with wheat flour!
    Coeliacs beware! These are NOT safe to eat!

  3. Natalie was bang on with her review. I don’t intentionally follow the keto diet as it is far too restrictive to follow for a lifetime. I am, however, diabetic requiring a lifetime diet of low sugar and foods with a low glycemic index for which many keto friendly products are. The muffinszare a poor offering as a replacement for chocolate muffins made with wheat flour and sugar which should be the goal of a company marketing snacks and treats for keto dieting customers. A huge disappointment and waste of $12. I don’t know how the taste testers at Costco slipped this product into their product line. It wouldn’t surprise me that the contract will soon run out and not be reinstated.

  4. I really enjoyed these. I choose healthier options and do not eat much sugar. They were tasty from a health perspective and contain more Fibre and protein than regular baked goods.
    Think you need to be a someone that appreciates keto to love these and I do!

    • Being a type 2 diabetic, I find this product tasty but I do spread a little butter on them. Have been buying them for at least a year but now cannot find in 2 stores that I’ve checked. Hope they haven’t been discontinued.🤞
      Feb 1/24

      • I haven’t seen them at the Langford Costco in ages, unfortunately. I really liked these muffins, especially when warmed up in the microwave. (I’m type 2 diabetic, and eat keto to manage my blood sugar levels without meds. Thank goodness, Costco still has other keto treats.)

  5. I thought they were great and I would buy them again. They are only one net carb, so your blog is incorrect on the macros. If you are a keto eater, I’m sure you will enjoy them. It’s a nice treat once in a while

  6. These are actually a net carb of 1g and not bad. First time I bought them and although they aren’t as tasty as a humoungus Costco muffin they are certainly better for you. I will buy them again and would like to see other flavours

    • I agree with you, this blog is incorrect on the macros and I quite liked the muffins… I bought them for the first time today and I’m looking forward to buying them again

  7. You obviously are not on Keto, that is the problem. For someone who is, these are amazing! The hardest part of keto is that I miss cake… these are perfect. Of course if you eat sugar and cake regularly then these won’t be a replacement BUT for someone who hasn’t had cake in years… the best treat ever. You had no business reviewing something you can never understand.
    A good tip is to put them in The freezer and let it thaw or put it in the microwave for 20 seconds

    • Hey! I’ve had a lot of keto products at Costco and these were not one of the good ones I’ve tried. I’ve also reviewed lots of Bread Garden products and unfortunately none have been very good. I do try to score the taste of keto products in comparison to other keto products and sometimes I’ll provide two taste scores, one as a keto product and one overall. Thanks so much for your comment! I really appreciate hearing others feedback.

      • When a person goes completely sugarless, as those of us on keto tend to be, then something like these muffins are actually VERY sweet tasting. I find these quite rich in flavour, very super sweet from the erythritol, and there is a distinct cocoa flavour. Also, you are wrong in the ingredients, there are not oats in these as that is not keto. The ingredient is OAT FIBER which has zero calories, zero carbs and is much better fiber source and which is also why these muffins are more nutritiously sound than any other baked muffin that contains a load of sugar and not much in the way of fiber.

    • I tried to buy these yesterday as my daughter is diabetic and she can have these but I was told that they are discontinued and Costco won’t be selling them anymore. Too bad for my daughter cuz I finally found something she likes and can have

  8. I love these Double Chocolate muffins. Heat 1 up for about 10/11 seconds and add some whipped cream (aerosol or cool whip, not homemade as it’s sweetened with sugar) to make a perfect keto dessert😋 If you don’t eat low carb, or keto, then of course you probably won’t like the taste. A non-keto or high carb eater is use to high sugar or sweetened products, so it’s best to avoid these if you are picky.

  9. I’ve been eating keto for 3 years and I think these muffins are quite tasty. They are not sweet, but I can no longer tolerate sweet so that’s fine. However they are overpriced.

  10. I mean, the taste you are experiencing is real chocolate (cocoa). If you have ever just tasted cocoa powder this is the flavour. I like it, but it is an acquired taste. If you don’t like 90%-100% chocolate bars, this is not your you.

  11. Bought them, thought they tasted closer to dirt than a muffin. Save your money and bake your own worth coconut and almond flours. Was really hoping these would taste decent.


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