Creamy & smooth! I definitely recommend!
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I tend to eat a lot of Greek yogurt because I like how much protein it has! It’s great for breakfast because I know it will keep me full until lunch. I’ve never tried the Costco Kirkland Signature Organic Greek Yogurt so I decided to give it a try and review it here!
I actually really like this yogurt. It’s very smooth and really creamy. Despite it being plain flavored it actually has a hint of sweetness. Greek yogurt is different from original/regular yogurt because it’s a bit thicker and slightly more tart (at least in my opinion). You can use this as a sour cream replacement or to make salad dressings or dips. My favorite way to use Greek yogurt is with berries, nuts and seeds for a healthy breakfast!
I paid $9.59 Canadian for a three pack of 500 gram tubs of the Costco Kirkland Signature Organic Greek Yogurt 0%. Not bad at all for three tubs! In the grocery store one tub is usually about three to five dollars.
If you have a large family and everyone enjoys Greek yogurt, the three-pack is a pretty good deal! The best before date on the yogurt was about a month from the date I purchased the yogurt which is awesome! Greek yogurt can be used in a variety of ways like in dips, smoothies, with berries for breakfast or even to make salad dressings.
A 3/4 cup serving is 100 calories, 17 grams of protein, six grams of sugar, 65 mg of sodium, 6 grams of carbohydrates and zero grams of fat! The ingredients list is just skim milk and active bacterial cultures. 17 grams of protein in 100 calories is amazing! I love that this has active bacterial cultures and is organic.
If you’re a Greek yogurt fan I highly reccomend the Costco Kirkland Signature Organic Greek Yogurt 0% milk fat. It’s creamy, smooth and very versatile!
What’s your favorite kind of yogurt?! Favorite flavor?
13 thoughts on “Costco Kirkland Signature Organic Greek Yogurt Review”
I LOVE this yogurt! No fat, low in natural no added sugar… high in protein… I eat it everyday. Also is a great value for the money… container is bigger than any containers the other brands sell for several dollars more.
agreed 100%, I usually buy 2-3 packs at a time…. price per gram is relative but the fact that its Organic, makes it a deal for sure. From a nutritional standpoint, its excellent. I enjoy the creamy taste (healthy eater in general) but I like to add a half teaspoon of natural honey (to about 1/3 the container ish lol) usually 2-3 days a week, makes it a nice treat and Honey in moderation is excellent for you.
Love this yogurt ❤️Absolutely delicious.. I buy the large size at Costco and 6 containers…my daughter and I are both lovers of this product! I have it plain or with org frozen blueberries also from Costco 🙂my daughter likes the org honey on hers… I never buy yogurt other than plain…..Thanks Costco
Been eating plain yogurt for decades. I like the texture of this yogurt. I usually make a smoothie with the yogurt and some fruit like strawberries and add some stevia. I noticed a pronounced bitter aftertaste with this brand yogurt and would not purchase it again.
I’m not sure how to feel about this yogurt. It’s SO thick and SO creamy it’s almost not pleasant in my mouth, I’d liken it to eating cream cheese that had been in a mixer. You could easily add a little sugar and frost a cake with this stuff. On the other hand, it would make an excellent dip base or to use in place of actual sour cream, as it is not at all runny and will probably hold its thick texture even with additives.
I wish the pictures were of all sides/all words on the container
This is the worst yogurt you could find in the US. It’s made from powder cow milk with 6% sugar. No test of the yogurt at all. If you know the test of a real yogurt the you know what I’m talking about. Unfortunately, Americans are not familiar with the real yogurt and that’s the point that this imitation is selling in the US.
How do you know that? Just bought a tub for first time.
The Greek yogurt is actually produced by Skotidakis, a Canadian company. They produce higher end dairy goods. Where did you find evidence of powder cow milk?
Since there’s no information on the amount ( 1 billion, 2 billion, or more) of the probiotics listed on the container, how can we find that information?
I would contact Costco and ask them specifically!
Is Kirkland organic Greek plain yogurt gluten free?