Costco Kirkland Signature Organic Hard-Boiled Eggs Review

Eggs are rich in nutrients, healthy fat and protein and can be enjoyed in a variety of ways. Peeling hard-boiled eggs can be tedious and frustrating but the Costco Kirkland Signature Organic Hard-Boiled Eggs come already cooked, peeled and ready-to-eat! The idea of a packaged hard-boiled egg initially sounded unappealing, but trying these changed my mind! Find out why below.

Image of the Costco Kirkland Signature Organic Hard-Boiled Eggs box sitting unopened on a table.
Costco Kirkland Signature Organic Hard-Boiled Eggs.

If you love eggs you may like the Starbucks Sous Vide Egg Bites, Veggies Made Great Spinach Egg White Frittatas, Three Bridges Egg Bites, Jimmy Dean Sausage, Egg & Cheese Croissant Sandwiches, Kirkland Signature Breakfast Sandwiches, La Terra Fina Quiche and the Kirkland Signature Quiche Lorraine.

Image of an open box of packaged hard boiled eggs sitting on a table.
The eggs come in packs of two.

Location in Store

We bought these while vacationing in Kona, Hawaii. They can be found in the refrigerated milk section at Costco with the other eggs and the item number is 1165240.

Taste

I won’t pretend there’s much to say about these hard-boiled eggs. They’re very basic but they’re also pretty tasty! I was a bit grossed out at the idea of packaged eggs before I tried them but I was pleasantly surprised. The eggs are boiled just the right amount, the yolks are the perfect softness, not runny or mushy and not hard.

Top down image of two hard boiled eggs served in a white bowl.
Ready to try!

The outside of the eggs aren’t slimy and are nice and firm. They taste great with a little pepper or hot sauce. If you are also interested in making egg salad or potato salad and are short on time these are super convenient to use instead of boiling and peeling your own.

Closeup image o a hand holding one hard boiled egg cut in half so you can see the center.
The eggs are firm and not mushy or slimy!

Cost

There are 16 packs of two eggs in the box, so 32 eggs total and I paid $11.99 USD for the box. Which actually isn’t bad! Eggs aren’t cheap in Canada so I was expecting these to be a lot more based on how they’re a convenience item and have extra packaging.

Top down image of four packs of hard boiled eggs sitting on a counter.
Easy to pop into your purse, lunch kit or cooler!

Convenience

The eggs need to be kept refrigerated and have a best-before date that’s about one month from when we purchased them. We bought these while traveling and it was really nice to be able to just toss a pack in our cooler or my bag for my toddler to eat while we were driving around.

Closeup image of a hand holding one hard boiled egg close to the camera.
Eggs are rich in nutrients, healthy fat and protein!

Eggs are a quick and convenient source of protein and fat and it’s really easy to boil them yourself. I wouldn’t buy these all the time but for camping, road trips and vacations they come in handy!

Nutrition

Calories

One egg contains 68 calories, four grams of fat, 60 milligrams of sodium, zero grams of carbohydrates, fiber and sugar and six grams of protein. Eggs are a great source of healthy fats and protein as well as an essential nutrient called choline which is amazing for brain health!

Image of the nutrition facts for the eggs from the back of the package.
Nutrition facts.

Ingredients

The eggs are organic and have no other ingredients added. They’re just cage-free, boiled, peeled and ready-to-eat eggs. They’re a product of the USA.

Image of the ingredients for the eggs from the back of the package.
Ingredients.

Scoring

Taste: 8/10 (I like hard-boiled eggs)

Cost: 8/10

Convenience: 10/10

Nutrition: 10/10

Overall

Give it a try!

The eggs aren’t anything special, but they changed my mind. I went from being grossed out by the idea of packaged hard-boiled eggs to being able to say I’d buy them again!

Have you tried these Costco Kirkland Signature Organic Hard Boiled Eggs? What did you think of them?


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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5 thoughts on “Costco Kirkland Signature Organic Hard-Boiled Eggs Review”

  1. I appreciate the review, I had seen reviews in the past that made these eggs appear iffy. Now I can have these put on my aunt’s shopping list confidently without wondering what will show up at her door.

    Thank You!

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  2. If you have an instant pot or any pressure cooker than you can easily make hard boiled eggs using the 5-5-5 method which is five minutes of pressure cooking five minutes of allowing it to cool down and then plunging the eggs into icy water for five minutes. This method makes your hard boiled eggs, extremely easy to peel. Just saying 😃

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  3. Talk about the ultimate overpackaged convenience food!
    If you don’t cook but can boil water, you can “cook” eggs 🤣!! For road trips, just boil up a few and chill them in their natural packaging aka the shell and then into the cooler with some ice packs. Easy peasy.
    That said, thanks for your review, I read it with interest and some amusement 😉.

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    • Yes at home I started to boil eggs weekly to send in my daughters lunch and I’m pretty much a pro at peeling them now! I won’t be buying these again anytime soon 🙂

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    • Not everyone wants to, nor can do, that. These eggs provide a healthier alternative for food on the run, for those looking for just that, in addition to the people who need them for other options.

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