Costco Kirkland Signature Quiche Lorraine Review

Most of Costco’s pre-made meals are geared toward dinner, but this Kirkland Signature Quiche Lorraine might be best served at breakfast! It’s basically an egg, cheese, ham and bacon pie. I love bacon and eggs, but I’m not usually someone who enjoys savory pies, so I didn’t know what to expect from this dish. It ended up being a very pleasant surprise!

Top down image of the Costco Kirkland Signature Quiche Lorraine unopened sitting on a table.
Costco Kirkland Signature Quiche Lorraine.

If quiche isn’t your thing some other pre-made meals from Costco are the Kirkland Signature Ginger Beef Stir Fry, Kirkland Signature Chicken Noodle Soup, Kirkland Signature Yakisoba Stir Fry, Kirkland Signature Meatloaf with Mashed Potatoes, Kirkland Signature Chicken Quesadillas, Kirkland Signature Enchilada Bake, Kirkland Signature Meat Lasagna and the Kirkland Signature Stuffed Salmon.

Top down image of the Costco Kirkland Signature Quiche with the lid off prior to baking it.
Before baking the quiche.

Location in Store

This is located in the pre-made meal, refrigerated deli section at Costco. The item number is 31451.


This quiche is basically like a ham and cheese omelette or frittata in a pie crust. Eggs are the main component in the filling, but it’s loaded with chunks of ham and bacon. The meat seemed to be good quality. I didn’t get any gristly bits in my slice of quiche.

Top down image of the whole quiche out of the packaging sitting on a table after being baked.
After baking.

The quiche is also quite cheesy. The cheese is mild. I thought it was just cheddar until I saw the Monterey on the ingredients list. There’s enough onion in it that it’s noticeable and adds some nice texture and flavor, but it definitely takes a back seat to the other ingredients.

Side view image of one slice of quiche served on a white plate so you can see the filling of the quiche and the bottom crust.
The crust is nice and flaky but the bottom is a bit soggy.

The crust is pretty good for the most part. The edges on mine were nice and flaky, but the bottom was a bit soggy. The sides were in between. The flavor of the crust is good – buttery and salty. It’s nice that the crust is fairly thin because even the soggy parts didn’t seem too heavy.

Image of a fork with a bite of quiche on it showing the ham and onions in the quiche with a piece of quiche on a plate in the background.
Ready to try!

I’m not a big quiche or savory pie fan, but I love a good frittata. I thought this Quiche Lorraine was awesome. I’d definitely serve it for brunch.


The one-kilogram quiche costs $13.99 Canadian, which isn’t that expensive. One could easily feed four people, maybe even more like six or eight.

Image of the front label on the quiche with ingredients, cost and cooking instructions.
The quiche needs to be kept refrigerated but could also be frozen.


The quiche is already pre-cooked, so you’re just warming it up. To do that, you remove the quiche (still in its aluminum pie pan) from the plastic shell and place the aluminum pan in the oven for 40 to 50 minutes at 350 degrees Fahrenheit. I put my quiche on a baking sheet just in case there were any drips, but I don’t think there were.

Top down image of one slice of quiche on a plate.
The top of the quiche is golden brown after baking.

I think kids would like this and works well for brunch, lunch, dinner or even a snack. The cheese, bacon, ham and onion flavor is pretty versatile and pairs well with various side salads.

Side view image of a quiche on a cookie tray baking in an oven.
Baking in the oven.

The quiche needs to be kept refrigerated and the best-before date is five days from the day it was packaged.

Side view top down image of one slice of quiche served on a white plate with a fork beside the plate.
Quiche can be served for brunch, lunch or dinner!



One-fifth of the quiche contains 540 calories, 38 grams of fat, 25 grams of carbohydrates, one gram of fibre, four grams of sugar, 26 grams of protein and 1070 milligrams of sodium. That’s a ton of sodium! To be honest, in terms of calories, fat and sodium, this quiche isn’t that much better than a cheeseburger.


I don’t love the ingredients list, specifically the palm oil, soy oil and carrageen. I like to use butter for pie crusts over shortening. The quiche contains pork, milk, egg and wheat and may contain fish, molluscs, crustaceans, tree nuts, peanut, soy, sesame and mustard.

Image of the ingredients for the quiche from the package.


Taste: 8.5/10

Cost: 9/10

Convenience: 9.5/10

Nutrition: 3/10


Give it a try!

This is a convenient, filling, versatile meal option from Costco! If you like quiche I think you’ll be pleased with this one. My parents enjoyed it just as much as we did when we shared some with them.

Have you tried the Costco Kirkland Signature Quiche Lorraine? What did you think of it? Drop a comment below!

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5 thoughts on “Costco Kirkland Signature Quiche Lorraine Review”

  1. For my taste, it was too salty and not very cheesy. The filling was generous, the crust was good. Well priced. But overall, because of the salt, I would not buy again.


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