Costco Fresh Gourmet Crispy Jalapenos Review

Looking to add some heat to your food?

Please note that this review was not paid for or sponsored by any third party. I purchased this product with my own money and the opinions in this review are strictly my own. I am not affiliated with Costco or any of its suppliers. I am just a fan of the company. I write these reviews to help my fellow shoppers.

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Today I’m reviewing the Costco Fresh Gourmet Crispy Jalapenos! Costco had them on sale last week so I picked some up. I was curious to try these even though I’m not the biggest fan of super spicy food.

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For some reason, I thought these would taste far less hot/spicy than regular jalapenos because they’ve got the “crispy” factor. I was mistaken! These pack some heat! If you’re a jalapeno fan and also enjoy a little bit of crunch, you’ll probably LOVE these. The crispy coating seems to slightly delay the heat from hitting you over the head on the first taste. Initially, when I tasted these I thought, “oh these aren’t so hot”, but a few seconds later I came to the realization that these are just as hot as any other jalapenos. In summary, these taste like slightly salty, crispy, coated and baked jalapeno chips. I crumbled some into my Costco Taylor Farms Baja Chopped Salad Kit and it definitely added some heat to my salad. I think these would taste fine on basically any food you would add jalapenos to! Pizza, potatoes, casseroles, nachos, salads. They probably would taste good on my Costco Kirkland Signature Ground Turkey Mexican Quinoa Casserole too!

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I purchased the 680 bag on sale at Costco for $6.99 Canadian, the regular price was listed as $8.99 Canadian. The sale price is definitely more reasonable than the regular cost!


So just an FYI in my bag there’s a lot of tiny broken pieces and little shards of crispy jalapenos instead of big pieces. Other than that the bag is resealable to maintain freshness and the best before date is months from the purchase date. In my opinion these are more convenient than buying fresh jalapenos and chopping them! They also are versatile, you can put them on burgers, hot dogs, pizza, pulled pork, etc.

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One tablespoon is 40 calories, three grams of fat, 15 mg of sodium and three grams of carbs. These are a low carb option if you stick to only a tablespoon or two! I think a tablespoon is all you need to add a little extra heat however if you’re absolutely in love with jalapenos you may end up eating a whole bunch more than a few tablespoons.

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I will try to use my bag up over the Summer but probably won’t repurchase these! They’re a little hot for my liking but if you love jalapenos I think you should check them out!

Taste: 6/10

Cost: 7/10

Convenience: 10/10

Nutrition: 5/10

Do you like jalapenos? What foods would you add these to?

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6 thoughts on “Costco Fresh Gourmet Crispy Jalapenos Review”

  1. My Costco in S Florida had these for a few months and now I’m hooked. Best bulk deal since Costco doesn’t have them seems to be
    Tribeca Curations | Crispy Jalapenos Salad Topping | 16 Ounce Bag | Pack of 3
    Either from Walmart OR Amazon in US.
    Also found a new product Fresh Gourmet Crispy Hatch Chiles 24 OZ

  2. I absolutely love these and am disappointed they have not been available at the Costco locations in Saskatoon for some time now. They are delicious on pretty much everything, especially salads. I would love to see them made available on a more regular basis.

  3. They have been discontinued to my knowledge. I couldn’t find them and asked to see when they would be back or if I could go to a different location. The answer was they have know idea if or when they will be back.

    • I just ran across them while placing an Instacart order at Sprouts. Not sure if all stores carry them, but if they are a “must-have” you might check there.

  4. I love the crispy jalapeno chips and I use them in many ways. I wish we could get them at our Costco in Oklahoma City.


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