Costco Veggies Made Great Spinach Egg White Frittatas Review

I love frittata, but it takes a lot of time and energy to make one unless you’re a chopping machine. I also find they’re better for larger groups unless you don’t mind having leftovers. The Costco Veggies Made Great Spinach Egg White Frittatas are a quick, convenient and reasonably healthy breakfast food. They’re mini frittatas, so you can make as few or as many as you like. The biggest question is, do these little egg muffins taste as good as a homemade frittata?

Image of the Costco Veggies Made Great Spinach Egg White Frittatas box sitting on a table.
Costco Veggies Made Great Spinach Egg White Frittatas.

I originally reviewed the Costco Veggies Made Great Spinach Egg White Frittatas back in 2020 and then they disappeared from my store for a long time! I remember liking them three years ago and I want to know if I still do so I bought a box to review.

Other convenient breakfast products from Costco are the Kirkland Signature Granola, Krusteaz Buttermilk Pancake Mix, Belgian Boys Traditional Crepes, Kirkland Signature Cherry Danish, Kirkland Signature Strawberry Cream Cheese, Spudlers Breakfast Hash, innofoods Almond Fruit Crunch Cereal, La Terra Fina Quiche, Smokey River Meat Company Turkey Breakfast Sausage and the El Monterey Breakfast Wraps.

Image of the back of the frittatas box showing cooking instructions, where they're made and how many weight watchers smart points they have.
One frittata is two Weight Watchers SmartPoints.

Location in Store

You can find these in the freezer section at Costco, the item number is 1395161.


These little frittatas are very flavorful! I didn’t expect there to be so much flavor and seasoning. The veggies are spinach, tomatoes, onions and red bell peppers. And of course, there’s egg whites as well as mozzarella and gruyere cheese.

Top down image of one cooked frittata sitting on a white plate.
Ready to eat!

Whether you microwave them or bake them the texture remains the same, very soft, light and fluffy but they stay together pretty well and are easy to eat.

Image of a baking sheet in the oven with four spinach egg white frittatas on it cooking.
Cooking them in the oven!

You really don’t taste the veggies strongly at all, the main flavors you taste are cheese, garlic and salt. Somehow the ingredients all blend together to make a savory, delicious egg white muffin. One negative is I think some people might find the egg white frittatas over-seasoned or not enjoy the particular seasonings used.

Closeup image of a fork with a bite of the frittata on it so you can see the center of the frittata with the veggies.
Lots of veggies.


The price has gone up, in 2020 the box 20 individually wrapped frittatas cost $16.99 Canadian. Now it costs $19.99. I think you could make a similar product at home for cheaper but you’re paying for the convenience of an individually packaged, ready-to-heat, “healthy item”.

Top down image of four individually packaged frittatas.
Each frittata is individually packaged.


These are super convenient to heat up from frozen, you can choose to microwave them or cook them in an oven/toaster oven. They need to be kept frozen and the best-before date is sixteen months from when I purchased them.

Image of the cooking instructions for the frittata from the back of the box.
Cooking instructions.

These make a convenient breakfast, snack or lunch item. Because they’re individually packaged they can be easily brought to school and are peanut and tree-nut-free. I think adults will like them but I’m not sure if kids will due to the seasoning and vegetables.



One frittata contains 70 calories, four grams of fat, five grams of carbohydrates, 200 milligrams of sodium, one gram of fibre, five grams of protein and one gram of sugar. The calories and fat are decently low but the protein isn’t really that high. The sodium is around what I expected to see.

Image of the nutrition facts from the back of the box.
Nutrition facts.


The ingredients list is pretty straightforward with vegetables, egg whites, cheese, oil, seasonings and a few other random ingredients. I don’t love the added sugar. By making these at home I could eliminate the corn starch, citrus fibre, buckwheat for sure and use a healthier oil like olive oil.

The Veggies Made Great Spinach Egg White Frittatas are gluten-free, peanut-free, soy-free and tree nut free but not dairy-free.

Image of the ingredients list from the back of the box.


Taste: 8/10

Cost: 6/10

Convenience: 10/10

Nutrition: 6/10


Give it a try!

If you’re in need of a relatively healthy, low-carb, convenient breakfast and don’t feel like making your own, these are definitely worth trying.

Have you tried these? What do you think of them?

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44 thoughts on “Costco Veggies Made Great Spinach Egg White Frittatas Review”

  1. I LOVE these and eat 1 frittata for breakfast every day! However, I wish I knew of a recipe so I could make them myself. Anybody have one of those? Thank you in advance!

  2. We buy these for all of our Quarterly breakfast Meetings. They’re TASTY and Gluten Free. This is a great option for breakfast meetings so those who can’t have any of the non-GF items (bagels, pastries, breakfast bars, granolas, etc.). We also usually have a bottle of Tapatio hot sauce next to them as well.

  3. I pair these with the Kirkland Goat Cheese, otherwise I find them a little bland.

    However, the two together is one of my favorite quick breakfasts or lunches. I get on a kick and eat them every day of the week.

  4. Was this old review updated?For us these mini “queches” were barely palatable. We had to add some ketchup to be able to swallow them. They’re low carb but high sodium.

  5. These are my favorite Costco food project. They are delicious, convenient and healthy. Sometimes I will have 2 for lunch or just 1 for a snack. These are great and I have never tired of them.

    • I just sampled one at Costco today and it made me feel like I was getting punch in the chest and the head
      Thank you FDA for your help in the fight for our lives campaign
      Please don’t get me wrong that doesn’t mean the next batch will be bad but there was definitely contamination
      Second time writing this

  6. I love them but you do pay for the convenience! 2 make a meal. I understand why they are under salted as so many people have cut out salt these days, I have no problem adding my own salt and pepper. I could never understand how people would expect everyone to want the same amount of salt!
    I do them in the oven as I have no microwave and love their convenience.
    As I’m handicapped and have no car I wish Costco would deliver! I have to buy 2 packages at a time to last until the next time I can pay someone to take me to Costco and, of course, have a small freezer!

  7. I absolutely love these Veggie bites.They are tasty and super convenient! I don’t mind paying a little more because they are exactly what I needs Convenience!

  8. My sister bought these at Costco and gave me two to try. I thought they were delicious. Cheaper than the other egg bites that are in the stores. I told her to pick it up for me.


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