So simple but delicious!
Please note that this review was not paid for or sponsored by any third party. However, I was given a free sample of this product to review. The opinions in this review are strictly my own. I am not affiliated with Costco or any of its suppliers. I am just a fan of the company. I write these reviews to help my fellow shoppers.
I’ve seen the Palm Leaves at Costco in the bakery section for a LONG time but I’ve never felt desire to try them because they look so plain and dry! There’s no fruit or chocolate so I’m like why would I want to eat those!? Anyways I picked them up to review at my husband’s urging!
These are extremely simple! The Costco Kirkland Signature Palm Leaves are basically like a sweet, crunchy, soft and sugary croissant. Despite not having any fruit filling or chocolate, I found these to be absolutely delicious. They’re not overly sweet, crunchy on the outside and soft on the inside and really flaky. My husband found them slightly plain but I liked how simple and delicious these are. They’re great just alone but you could also spread a little jam on them too.
I paid $6.99 Canadian for the container of eight Costco Kirkland Signature Palm Leaves.
These freeze so well! The best before date is about five days from the date these are packaged. These are great for breakfast, a snack or dessert.
One palm leaf is 370 calories, 19 grams of fat, 300 mg of sodium, 46 grams of carbohydrates, one gram of fibre, 16 grams of sugar and five grams of protein. The ingredients list is short and sweet and contains butter rather than oil or margarine!
I thought I wouldn’t like the Costco Kirkland Signature Palm Leaves at all but I really did enjoy them! I would recommend these if you love croissants and tend to go for simpler pastries.
Have you had palmiers or palm leaves before? What did you think? Would you try these?
10 thoughts on “Costco Kirkland Signature Palm Leaves Review”
Love the palmiers! My package has an expiration date on of November, 2023. I purchased them today, for Easter 2023. Is this correct?
I had requested the same information regarding protease in palm leaves, it’s microbial.
I would like to know about the protease. Is it plant based or animal based. I asked at Costco Bakery, but no one knows about it.
I would ask Costco by calling them or emailing them.
Just wanted to know if the protease listed in the ingredients list comes from animal or plant sources? I tried calling Costco’s bakery but they dont have the information and no one knows where I can get it 🙁
I wish I knew! Sorry! I hope you find your answer.
Me looking for the answer to the same question.
Like you, I have seen them for years but never felt they appealed enough to buy them. Thanks for doing it and thanks for letting me know that I should give them a try.
Let me know if you buy them and what you think!
I bought them at Costco – not Costco’s brand but another maker. They were delicious and as usual, I can no longer find them at Costco, very disappointing. I might try theirs. My family was crazy about them.