Costco Kirkland Signature Mixed Nut Butter With Seeds Review

Do you have an allergy to peanuts but love nut butter? The Costco Kirkland Signature Mixed Nut Butter With Seeds is peanut-free and has almonds, cashews, pumpkin seeds, flax seeds and chia seeds. Does this Costco nut butter have the perfect combination of nuts and seeds?

Costco Kirkland Signature Mixed Nut Butter container sitting on a table.
Costco Kirkland Signature Mixed Nut Butter With Seeds.

Nut butter is a staple in my diet, I ate so much peanut butter and almond butter during my pregnancy that I was buying a jar weekly. This Costco Kirkland Signature Mixed Nut Butter With Seeds is new to my store and as soon as I saw it I wanted to try it!

Other nut products from Costco are the Kirkland Signature Honey Roasted Macadamia Nuts, Kirkland Signature Natural Peanut Butter, Kirkland Signature Nut and Seed Brittle, Kirkland Signature Hazelnut Spread, Nature’s Path Organic Coconut & Cashew Butter Granola, Kirkland Signature Peanut Butter Pretzels, Kirkland Signature Premium Whole Mixed Nuts and the Kirkland Signature Almond Butter.

Location in Store

You can find the nut butter in the aisle with the baking supplies, jam, nuts and pancake mix. The item number is 1290439.

Closeup image of a spoonful of nut butter overtop the jar.
The mixed nut butter with seeds is very smooth and easy to spread.


The flavor of this Costco mixed nut butter with seeds is very mild and tastes less sweet than other nut butter I’ve tried like natural peanut butter. The main flavor I notice is almonds but I can also taste a hint of cashew nuts and pumpkin seeds. The chia seeds and flax don’t really add much flavor.

Closeup image of a piece of toast with nut butter spread on it,
Delicious on toast.

Surprisingly I expected this nut butter to be a bit crunchy from the visible chia seeds but that’s not the case, the texture is very smooth and spreads very easily. I like the taste of this nut butter, I prefer peanut butter but I still like this. My current addiction is slathering it on a few Costco Simple Mills Almond Flour Crackers.


The 765-gram jar costs $9.49 Canadian at Costco, which isn’t that expensive for such a large container of nut butter. I’d happily pay more if it were in a glass container and was organic.

Image of a piece of toast with nut butter spread on it,
Ready to enjoy!


The best-before date listed on the nut butter is about 11 months from the date we purchased it. I searched the container for instructions to refrigerate the nut butter after opening it but did not find any, I popped mine in the refrigerator after opening it anyways.

Nut butter is super versatile! My favorite ways to use it are drizzled on oatmeal, as a dip for apples, spread on crackers, on bananas or of course on toast. I’ve added nut butter to smoothies before but I find it doesn’t always blend well and the flavor is overpowered by the fruit and protein powder I put in my smoothies.

Image of the jar of nut butter that says what ingredients are in the nut butter.
The Costco Kirkland Signature Mixed Nut Butter contains five simple ingredients.



One tablespoon of Costco Kirkland Signature Mixed Nut Butter With Seeds contains 90 calories, seven grams of fat, four grams of carbohydrates, two grams of fibre, zero grams of sugar, three grams of protein and one milligram of sodium. All nut butter is pretty high in calories and fat.

Nutrition facts from the container of nut butter.
Nutrition facts.


This nut butter is naturally gluten-free and produced in a peanut-free facility. The ingredients list is short and sweet with only five healthy ingredients. I do wish this were made from organic nuts but you can’t have everything! The container states it may contain other tree nuts other than the ones listed.

Ingredients list from the container of nut butter.


Taste: 8/10

Cost: 8/10

Convenience: 10/10

Nutrition: 10/10 (High calories and fat due to the healthy ingredients).


Give it a try!

This Costco Kirkland Signature Mixed Nut Butter tastes like smooth almond butter with an additional mild cashew flavor.

Have you tried this? What did you think of it?

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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19 thoughts on “Costco Kirkland Signature Mixed Nut Butter With Seeds Review”

  1. I was just gifted a jar from
    Someone who buys it. It’s definitely not discontinued. I’m thinking some stores dropped the ordering for this.
    It was not a taste that I expected but loved the healthy ingredients for texture. I have eaten it for a few weeks & am adjusting & liking it more now! I eat it on Triscuit crackers, apple slices. With celery sticks & on toast with raisins cinnamon & additional sunflower seeds sprinkled over it.

  2. I can”t find the Kirkland Mixed Nut Butter at my Wharton, NJ Costco
    I really enjoy this spread as a treat on toast for my afternoon snack
    Do any other Costco’s in my area carry it?
    Like these locations?
    East Hanover, NJ or Willowbrook in Wayne NJ

  3. I love this nut butter on whole wheat toast and sliced bananas. I like the crunchiness of it too. I eat it most mornings and was so upset that it is no longer available. Not sure why and unfortunately, because it is made for Kirkland, I can’t find it anywhere else. I hate that feature with Costco!

  4. I just bought a jar and tried some on a piece of toast. Not bad. Thought it would be a bit sweeter.. still tasty though.

  5. I just bought this butter too, and thank for sharing the simple almond crackers info. will try that next.
    BTW, regarding the mixed nuts butter, do you need to store it in the fridge?

  6. Well I just tried this nut butter at Costco earlier today. It tasted ok, a bit more salt would help. But within seconds of finishing the sample my lips started to burn and I am wondering why.

  7. I love this. It’s just right – not too sweet, reminiscent of almond butter but more spreadable. Rich in potassium and iron, the chia, flax, and pumpkin seeds add texture. Just a little (less than a teaspoon) on a slice of toasted whole wheat bread (maybe with a slice of banana or apple) is not only delicious, and nutritious but satiates my hunger. I was sad to hear that Kirkland planned to discontinue since a little goes a long way for me!

  8. I did not like this nut butter even though I really wanted to. I hoped it would be a less expensive alternative for the Nuts to Nature Nut and Seed Butter which Costco also carries. But for me, the latter is much butter. This KS version is thicker and tastes like it has something “crispy” in it. It is probably just small chunks of nuts, and I prefer a smooth nut butter. It also did not have the same nice texture the chia seeds usually provide.

  9. Thanks for the review!

    I really like the Nuts for Nature nut butter and am curious as to how it compares in taste. The ingredients are slightly different. Kirkland has flax seeds but no Brazil nuts, hazelnuts and sunflower seeds.

  10. thank you for posting about this nut butter from kirkland! it was discontinued last year to my horror as i am addicted to it and spoon it right out of the jar onto my brunch banana every day. i cannot duplicate this, which is what i try to do whenever i can, because for the price ~ impossible. i am not a fan of peanuts, so this combo is perfect for me, a raw vegan, and a powerhouse of goodness for my entire body inside and out and sooo yummy… i cannot wait to restock my pantry! bravo kirkland!!!


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