Costco Kirkland Signature Roasted Garlic Baguette Review

The Costco bakery carries its own Kirkland Signature Garlic Baguette that makes a quick and convenient fresh garlic toast at home. How does this garlic bread compare to others from Costco?

Image of the Costco Kirkland Signature Roasted Garlic Baguette in the package on a table.
Costco Kirkland Signature Roasted Garlic Baguette.

Garlic bread is a “treat” in our house, my husband eats about ten pieces of it when we have it and I like it too. It drives me a bit crazy because he’ll eat it before he eats whatever we’re having it with! For example, I’ll make homemade lasagna, serve it and then watch Sean eat a mass amount of garlic toast while the lasagna I slaved over goes cold, haha.

Closeup image of the label on the garlic baguette with price and ingredients.
The garlic baguette costs $6.99 Canadian for two large loaves.

We hadn’t tried the Costco Kirkland Signature Garlic Baguette from Costco so I picked it up to try and review. Other bakery items I love from Costco are the Villagio Garlic Toast, Panaji Naan Minis, Kirkland Signature Ciabatta Buns, Kirkland Signature Cheese Buns, Kirkland Signature Brioche Buns, Kirkland Signature Cherry Danish, Kirkland Signature Palm Leaves and the Kirkland Signature Homestyle Apple Pie.

Location in Store

You can find the garlic baguette in the bakery section at Costco, the item number is 1674041.

Image if two garlic baguettes on a cookie sheet with parchment paper on the cookie sheet. Prior to baking.
The baguette is crispy on the outside.


I like this garlic toast but it’s not my favorite. It’s not as garlic-y as some bread I’ve had but I don’t mind that. There’s a ton of butter flavor and a hint of lemon which is unique. I prefer my garlic bread really soft in the middle and this is chewy with very crisp outer edges.

Image if two garlic baguettes on a cookie sheet with parchment paper on the cookie sheet after baking, opened.
After baking.

The bread itself isn’t very thick and is the same bread as the Costco Kirkland Signature Artisan Baguettes.


The cost is $6.99 Canadian for one bag of two large garlic baguettes. I wish they sold packs of one because two baguettes is a lot! One can be frozen but it won’t taste as fresh.

Image of a bowl of cut up baked garlic bread, ready to eat.
Ready to enjoy.


The best-before date on the Costco garlic baguette is two days from the day it was packaged but, I would eat it the day it’s packaged if possible. We enjoyed ours on the same day it was packaged and because of that it tasted fresher.

Image if two garlic baguettes on a cookie sheet with parchment paper on the cookie sheet before baking.
Prior to baking.

Because there are two big baguettes in the package this is perfect to pick up for a big family dinner or potluck. This is convenient to bake, you remove it from the bag and place it on a parchment-lined baking tray and heat it at 375 for about 20 to 25 minutes.

Closeup image of one baked and cut piece of garlic bread.
Chewy on the inside with lots of butter!



One-eighth of a loaf is 200 calories, nine grams of fat, 300 milligrams of sodium, 26 grams of carbohydrates, one gram of fibre, zero grams of sugar and five grams of protein. That’s actually not as many calories and fat as I expect for 1/8th of a loaf!


I really appreciate that butter is used instead of margarine. The garlic baguette contains wheat, barley, milk and sulfites and may contain soy, sesame, egg, peanut and tree nuts.

Costco garlic baguette ingredients.


Taste: 7.5/10

Cost: 8/10

Convenience: 9.5/10

Nutrition: 2/10 I appreciate that they use real butter.


Give it a try!

Not my favorite garlic toast from Costco. I prefer the Villaggio Garlic Toast from Costco but this was alright! I think I’d like it more if I were hosting a huge pasta get-together and needed a mass amount of garlic bread.

Have you tried this garlic bread? What did you think of it?

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