Costco bakery nailed it with these Kirkland Signature Raspberry Crumble Cookies!
Today I’m reviewing the Costco Kirkland Signature Raspberry Crumble Cookies. I’m a big cookie fan and enjoy the other cookies I’ve tried from the Costco bakery.
Other cookies I’ve tried from the Costco bakery are the Costco Kirkland Signature Peanut Butter Cookies, Costco Kirkland Signature Ginger Cookies and the Costco Chocolate Lover’s Cookie Pack.
Location in Store
You can find these raspberry crumble cookies in the bakery section, near the other cookies. The item number is 1490840.
These Costco raspberry cookies are delightful. They’re like a butter shortbread cookie, soft, slightly sweet and crumbly. There’s a delicious, sugary, flavorful raspberry jam in the middle that pairs perfectly with the buttery soft cookie.
To top it off there’s a light dusting of powdered sugar on top. Together all of these components create an amazingly indulgent and delicious cookie. Here’s a tip: microwave your cookie for a few seconds to make the jam extra gooey and the cookie slightly warm.
The raspberry crumble cookies at Costco cost $9.99 Canadian for the pack of 12 cookies. This is more expensive than the Ginger Cookies or Chocolate Lover’s Cookie Pack that has 24 cookies.
These are perfect for the holiday season. The best before date is five days from the date these were packaged. I have frozen my raspberry crumble cookies and they freeze just fine.
The Kirkland Signature Rapsberry Crumble Cookies are perfect for a cookie tray or dessert platter. They’re great for individuals who don’t like chocolate cookies or have a sweet tooth for shortbread-like cookies.
How many calories are in one Costco Raspberry Crumble Cookie? There are 340 calories, 19 grams of fat, 40 grams of carbohydrates, 21 grams of sugar, one gram of fibre and 95 mg of sodium. That’s a lot of calories for one cookie but isn’t that surprising either. Definitely worth it!
When you make cookies from scratch, you know exactly what’s going into them. Usually simple things like butter, eggs, flour and sugar. When you buy store-bought cookies that usually comes with a super long ingredients list with some ingredients that have you scratching your head.
Some ingredients individuals may not be fond of are the palm and palm kernel oils.
I usually go for cookies with chocolate in them but I absolutely love the Costco Raspberry Crumble Cookies!
Have you tried these? What did you think of them?
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42 thoughts on “Costco Kirkland Signature Raspberry Crumble Cookies Review”
Can I order them and get them mailed?
They should be back around Christmas!
Best cookies ever!!!! Please bring them back….
Please bring back the Raspberry cookies , those was the best cookies I’ve ever had!!!!! Why did they stop selling them , can I order some ?
PLEASE START SELLING THE COOKIES AGAIN 😭😭
I heard Costco will no longer be carrying these cookies! Anyone know if that’s true?
Yes I was in the Laguna Niguel store and the man in the bakery said they were discontinued. I never understood why they thought these were seasonal. They’re so delicious that I crave them. Wish they woujd bring them back.
That will be very sad if they don’t. I love buying in pair at a time.
When will these cookies be available. I haven’t found them in a couple of years. I LOVE THEM!!
Usually always available around Christmas!
I agree completely with the positive comments, they are amazing😀
The price here in Florida and also in Colorado has now increased to $11.99, if they were served in a restaurant they’d probably be $5.00+ each.
Don’t overlook the breakfast pastries either, they have Cherry, Cheese, and my favorite Almond two four packs are $11.99