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 with dill pickle seasoning. Keep reading to find out if the combination works!

Image of the Costco Dunn's Dill Pickle Flavoured Peanuts bag sitting on a table unopened.
Costco Dunn’s Dill Pickle Flavoured Peanuts.

Other nutty products from Costco are the Kirkland Signature Premium Quality Whole Mixed Nuts, Savanna Orchards Gourmet Honey Roasted Nuts, Kirkland Signature Honey Roasted Macadamia Nuts, Kirkland Signature Nut and Seed Brittle, Kirkland Signature Cheese, Fruit & Nut Packs, Savanna Orchards Country Club Nut Mix, Kirkland Signature Mixed Nut Butter and the Kirkland Signature Banana Pecan Loaf.

Image of a hand holding one dill pickle peanut close to the camera with a bowl of peanuts in the background of the image.
Heavily seasoned.

Location in Store

I found these in the snack section, near the front of the store. The item number is 1744867.

Image of the company description from the back of the bag.
Dunn’s is a Canadian restaurant, I didn’t know this!


The peanuts have a generous amount of very salty, strong dill pickle flavor. They’re very tangy! There’s a touch of heat and a tiny bit of sweetness but overall they’re very, very strongly dill-tasting.

Top down image of a bowl of dill pickle peanuts.
Ready to try.

The right person might enjoy these, I love dill but find them too much. I’m disappointed the flavor of the peanuts is completely overpowered by the dill flavor.


The two-kilogram bag costs $13.99 Canadian which isn’t bad for a huge bag of peanuts. You have to like dill for it to be worth the cost though.

Closeup image of a hand with a palm full of peanuts close to the camera.
You can see all the seasoning residue on my hand.


The bag is resealable which is a good thing because it’s a huge bag and the seal helps keep the peanuts from going stale. The best-before date listed on the bag is about seven months from when I purchased it.

Image of the back of the bag of peanuts showing ingredients, nutrition facts,, best before date and company description.
Made in Canada with domestic and imported ingredients.

I shared these with my parents and they also found them too pungent tasting. I don’t even know what I’d recommend serving these with because they’re so flavorful, maybe a snack on their own.

Closeup image of the front of the bag of peanuts showing that the flavor is simulated and the bag weighs two kilograms.
Simulated flavor, not natural.



One-third of a cup of peanuts contains 300 calories, 23 grams of fat, 13 grams of carbohydrates, three grams of fibre, two grams of sugar, 11 grams of protein and 420 milligrams of sodium.

Image of the nutrition facts for the peanuts from the bag.
Nutrition facts.


The ingredients list has a lot of food additives like sodium diacetate, MSG, disodium inosinate and guanylate. I thought these would just have peanuts, oil and seasoning. I don’t love that the oil used is also canola oil.

The peanuts contain milk and may contain tree nuts, sesame, soy and wheat.

Image of the ingredients list for the peanuts from the bag.


Taste: 3/10

Cost: 7/10

Convenience: 10/10

Nutrition: 2/10 (Points for the healthy fats from the peanuts).


Walk on by!

I don’t like these dill pickle peanuts, nobody I got to try them did either. I don’t recommend them.

Have you tried the Costco Dunn’s Dill Pickle Peanuts? Did you like them more than I did?

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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1 thought on “Costco Dunn’s Dill Pickle Flavoured Peanuts Review”

  1. Haven’t tried these, but I have had the ones from The Carolina Nut Company. I wasn’t necessarily a huge dill pickle guy, but I got a 12oz / 340g ($6.49) can after sampling them at their Henderson, NC location and I loved ’em.

    I DID however get a bag of Crispy ‘Dillies’ Fried Cucumbers at Costco which I use on burgers, mac & cheese, or just for munching. If you like dill, you might like them.


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