Costco Kirkland Signature Peanut Butter Chocolate Cream Pie Review

Peanut butter and chocolate might be my favorite flavor combination, so when I saw this giant Kirkland Signature Peanut Butter Chocolate Cream Pie at Costco, it was an automatic buy. I had high hopes for it, but sometimes that’s a recipe for disappointment. Not in this case though! This is one of the best Costco desserts I’ve ever eaten.

Top down image of the Costco Kirkland Signature Peanut Butter Chocolate Cream Pie unopened sitting on a table.
Costco Kirkland Signature Peanut Butter Chocolate Cream Pie.

Other pies from Costco are the Summ! Apple Pie Rolls with Caramel Sauce, Kirkland Signature Chicken Pot Pie, Kirkland Signature Homestyle Apple Pie, Kirkland Signature Pumpkin Pie, Kirkland Signature Rhubarb Strawberry Crumble Pie, Kirkland Signature Apple Crumble Pie and the Kirkland Signature Blueberry Cheese Crisp Pie.

Top down image of one slice of pie served on a white plate with a fork beside it.
Graham cracker crust, peanut butter mousse, chocolate mousse and icing!

Location in Store

This pie is located in the refrigerated bakery section at Costco, the item number is 1728395. I bought this at the Kona, Hawaii Costco while on vacation but I think it’s available all over the United States and will most likely make its way to Canada.


Wow, this pie is delicious! It’s definitely for those that love peanut butter and chocolate combined. The pie has a lovely graham cracker crust and on top of that is a peanut butter mousse layer. The graham cracker bottom adds a bit of a nice crunchy texture because everything else is mousse or icing.

Top down image of the whole peanut butter pie opened with the lid off.
So delicious looking!

The peanut butter mousse layer has a bit of chocolate mousse mixed into it from the chocolate mousse layer that’s on top of the peanut butter mousse.

The chocolate mousse is tasty enough, it’s a bit sweet and doesn’t have the most high-quality chocolate flavor. It tastes a bit like hot chocolate powder to me but in the form of a mousse. It’s smooth and light though.

Side view image of one slice of peanut butter pie on a white plate, served so you can see all the layers.
All the layers.

On top of the layer of chocolate mousse is a peanut butter-flavored sweet whipped icing which I love. It’s different than the peanut butter mousse. The icing is sweeter and more strongly peanut-butter flavored. The overall flavor of the pie is noticeably peanut butter more so than chocolate.

Top down image of one slice of pie with a forkful of pie hovering over the pie, the forkful is close to the camera.

The pie is very creamy, decadent and sweet so a small piece goes a long way.


The pie costs $19.99 USD which isn’t cheap but it is a really rich, decadent large pie. A little goes a long way so I think this could serve about 15 people a small slice of pie.

Top down image of one slice of pie served on a white plate.
The pie is very rich and decadent.


The pie needs to be refrigerated and has a sell-by date of four days from when it was purchased. The pie freezes well and I recommend slicing it up in the container before freezing it to remove a slice or two to thaw easily.

Image of the front label on the pie showing ingredients, sell by date and price.
Close to a five-pound pie!

I think this would be fantastic at a barbecue or potluck, kids will enjoy this as well as adults! It might not be the greatest thing to bring to an event if you know there are individuals with peanut allergies though.



One 16th of the pie contains 540 calories, 41 grams of fat, 42 grams of carbohydrates and 31 grams of sugar. That’s a ton of calories, fat, carbohydrates and sugar which I expected after tasting it.


I didn’t actually look at the ingredients until I sat down to write this review and I have to say, I’m glad I didn’t look at them before trying it. I dislike a lot of the ingredients in this pie, high fructose corn syrup, palm kernel oil, hydrogenated vegetable oil, soybean oil, a ton of chemicals and additives and artificial flavors.

Image of the ingredients list for the pie from the packaging.

I was worried there might not be actual peanut butter in the pie but I did find it near the end of the ingredients list. The pie contains wheat, dairy, peanut and soy and is processed on equipment that also processes tree nuts and sesame.


Taste: 9.5/10

Cost: 8/10

Convenience: 10/10

Nutrition: 0/10


Must buy (if you like peanut butter)!

This peanut butter chocolate cream pie can give the tuxedo cake a run for its money as one of the best desserts from Costco.

Have you tried the Costco Kirkland Signature Peanut Butter Cream Pie? What did you think of it?

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1 thought on “Costco Kirkland Signature Peanut Butter Chocolate Cream Pie Review”

  1. I love this pie but it’s too much for us. After a few slices, we take the rest to give to the neighborhood dogs. They sure do love peanut butter treats.


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