Costco Kirkland Signature Beef Wieners Review

Are you a fan of the $1.50 hot dog at Costco? The Kirkland Signature Beef Wieners from Costco are the same ones that they serve in the food court! You can enjoy the flavor of a Costco food court hot dog in the comfort of your own home, though you won’t save a whole lot of money by doing so!

Costco Kirkland Signature Beef Wieners package sitting on a table, top down image.
Costco Kirkland Signature Beef Wieners

Today I’m reviewing the Costco Kirkland Signature Beef Wieners. These are a staple in our freezer every summer because my husband loves to barbecue them.

Other related products from Costco are the Costco Smokey River Meat Company Turkey Breakfast Sausage, Costco Olympic Craft Meats Garlic Sausage, Costco Freybe Smoked Turkey and Chicken Sausage, Costco Wildbrine Raw Organic Sauerkraut and the Costco Dempsters Deluxe Classic Hot Dog Bun.

I also wrote about all the different Costco food court items!

One Costco hot dog wiener on a white plate, uncooked.
Before cooking.

Location in Store

You can find the Costco beef wieners in the refrigerated section, near all the other sausages as well as the cheese. The item number is 575675.

Costco hot dog with mustard and on a white plate.
Ready to enjoy!


These Costco beef wieners are extremely flavorful and the seasoning is delicious. The casing is very soft, so none of that tough chewy casing. They taste just like the Costco food court hot dogs and they also remind me of a stadium style hot dog or one you could get at a carnival.

Costco Kirkland Signature Beef Wiener on a hot dog bun on a white plate.
After grilling on the barbecue.

There’s quite a strong garlic flavor, therefore I highly recommend gum or a Mentos after eating one of these! I wouldn’t really call these spicy but there definitely is a bit of spice added to the wieners. They taste great with ketchup, mustard and relish!

Closeup image of a Costco hot dog with a bite taken out of it.
Got a nice big bite out of one!


The 1.75 kilogram pack costs $15.99 Canadian at Costco for a pack of 14 wieners. In 2018 it cost $13.99 Canadian for a pack of 15 wieners. One wiener is pretty which is something to consider when looking at the price.


The Kirkland Signature Beef Wieners need to be kept in the refrigerator and once opened they should be used or frozen within seven days of opening them. The best before date listed on the beef wieners I bought is about two months from the date I purchased them.

Costco Kirkland Signature Beef Wieners  heating instructions.
Heating instructions.

To heat the hot dog wieners from Costco you can grill, broil, boil or microwave them. We usually grill them which makes them taste a lot different than the hot dogs in the Costco food court because when they’re grilled they get a nice char on then. These are great for a summer barbecue or any kind of summer event!



One Costco hot dog wiener is 360 calories, 31 grams of fat, 1230 mg of sodium, four grams of carbohydrates, zero grams of fibre, three grams of sugar and 16 grams of protein. That’s a ton of sodium! If you’re watching your sodium intake I would steer clear of these completely.


Costco Kirkland Signature Beef Wieners  nutrition facts.
Nutrition Facts. Look at that sodium!

The ingredients list isn’t really that healthy at all which is to be expected. The Costco Kirkland Signature Wieners Beef Wieners are gluten-free, made of all beef and have no meat by-products or corn syrup.

Costco Kirkland Signature Beef Wieners ingredients.


Taste: 8/10

Cost: 8/10

Convenience: 9/10

Nutrition: 1/10


Give it a try!

If your body can handle a ton of sodium and you love Costco food court hot dogs, give these Kirkland Signature Beef Wieners a try.

What’s your favorite Costco food court item?

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21 thoughts on “Costco Kirkland Signature Beef Wieners Review”

  1. While I like the review, I do have to point out a major error. You state that there is no corn syrup in this hot dog. Do you also state that there are no carbs in this hot dog. The problem, is that dextrose IS corn syrup. It is also a carb very high on the glycemic index but because of fudging the numbers, it does not have to be listed as a carbohydrate.

  2. Reply to Trump lose. Well I live in rat hole California With D Trump my gas was. 1, 35 my eggs dozen 1:25 meat averaged 2:75 a pound veggies averaged 1; 25 a pound potato’s 50cents a pound. I’m quoting from my old tags that I keep. Now under Biden my gas at Costco premium 5 dollars and 45 cents eggs at Safeway stores 6 dollars 35 cents shall I continue are there that many literates in this great USA that can’t understand what is great and what is called dictatorship

    • What a blinkered idiot you are, haven’t you noticed the whole WORLD is suffering massive price inflation at the moment? How do you work out that Biden is responsible for increased cost of living in Europe? Or Asia? Or Australia? You clearly don’t look any further than the “rat hole” you live in and instead lazily blame “the dictatorship”. Typical MAGA moron.

  3. Every time I go to Costco I get a pizza for son and two hot dogs for me, you can’t go in the store hungry. Because everything looks good when your hungry

  4. I prefer the polish dogs over the regular dogs they sell at Costco. I usually steam them in the vegetable basket of our rice cooker for roughly 30 minutes. They also taste pretty good in a barbecue air fryer.

      • Hot dog lovers everywhere in dismay at what you did to that dog, especially since we’re now told never to eat them again, never mind burn them, lol.

        I could be wrong, but I don’t think anyone created a bbq airfryer. Where does it get it’s power source from to drive the fan? Surely you wouldn’t bbq indoors, would you? The standard airfryer does the same but with a maximum temperature of 400F.

  5. Nowhere as good as nathans, the old price club dogs.or hebrew national. Salty, not enough garlic, fake smoked taste. Try before you buy.

    • Taste buds are different in all humans, as well emotions about growing up in New York and eating Nathan’s… But out here on the west coast the air is different as well how good these Kirkland dogs are… I’ve eaten both, and find Costco’s beef franks have a jump on the New York Favorite. Just saying, Each to their own and the spices in the Costco franks is what sets them apart!

      • A company from China owns Nathan’s hot dogs now! That is sad,their buying our food companies and going to poison us. Just think about it.

        • Yeah China leadership Xi has been selling chemicals that Mexican cartels make fentanyl with and addicting us and killing us for too long. Read labels carefully and stop buying the hype of cheap is good. Its not good for us

    • Hebrew Natties are my goto, but only if they’re on sale, otherwise they are kinda cost-prohibitive on a per-dog basis. Nathan’s are a close second and I’ll get them if there is a substantial savings to be had.


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