Costco Love Beets Review

Organic cooked beets ready to eat!

Please note that this review was not paid for or sponsored by any third party. I purchased this product with my own money and 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.

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Last time I was at Costco I picked up these Love Beets Organic Cooked Beets to try and review! If you’re an athlete beets are rumored to increase your performance!

Taste

So what do these taste like? Like beets! There’s nothing else added to them. I will say that the texture is not super mushy and mildly firm while being soft enough to easily slice through with a butter knife (they’re already cooked). I added a little bit of sea salt to my beets and heated them in the oven. They turned out really delicious!

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Cost

I paid $8.99 Canadian for the Costco Love Beets Organic Cooked Beets. Not exactly cheap. You’re definitely paying for the fact that they’re organic and for the packaging and convenience.

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Convenience

These are vacuum sealed and ready to eat! They’re already peeled and cooked! You get two packs in the plastic container of beets and each pack has about five beets in it. The best before date is about five months from the date I purchased the beets. As long as you don’t open the vacuum pack, once you open the vacuum pack you should consume the beets within one to three days and you have to keep the beets in the refrigerator. You can add the beets to a smoothie, salad or serve them as a side.

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Nutrition

Beets are SUPER healthy for you! One beet is 30 calories, zero grams of fat, 85 mg of sodium, six grams of sugar, one gram of protein. The sugar content may seem a little high but it’s natural sugars. The ingredients list is only one ingredient, organic beets.

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This isn’t the most exciting review but if you’re a fan of beets and want to skip the hassle of washing, peeling and cooking them these are awesome!

Taste: 10/10

Cost: 5/10

Convenience: 10/10

Nutrition: 10/10

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16 thoughts on “Costco Love Beets Review”

  1. We love these beets! I quarter them and roast them in the Air Fryer.
    Preheat at 400 — while preheating put beets in bowl, add 1/2 tsp vegetable oil,
    pinch of kosher salt/pepper, garlic powder, onion powder, celery seed, thyme, oregano,
    judging for yourself on amounts of spices or whatever you like to use. Mix together with beets and add to air fryer at 400 for 10 to 15 min. Shake basket halfway through and keep an eye on them so they don’t burn. Better than roasting in the oven.
    Yummy!

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      • I haven’t tried pickling these yet, however, when I’ve made pickled beets in the past, I use cooked beets, so I will be using these w no fear of waste.

        I put my beets in a gallon jar w boiled eggs & love them. I use pickling spices, slivered purple onions, balsamic vinegar & water. Yum! I have even used okra that I have boiled. I keep my okra more on the crunchy side. I hate soggy okra!!! I’ve also added jalapeño. All of this makes for great snacks.

        I use the pickled foods (drained) to serve over Romaine lettuce as a salad & have even crumbled feta cheese over it.

        ALL GREAT WAYS TO EAT MY SUPER NUTRITIOUS BEETS!!!

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  2. I’ve been getting this for years from Costco and totally loved them. But lately in the last year, the quality has been lacking. A year ago, the beets were brown and had a rancid taste. And I just bought them again (different package design) and they were tough, mealy, dry , NOT sweet and had a hint of cinnamon flavor with the best by date being 4 or 5 months away. NOT what I was expecting. Will return these as well. Too bad.

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  3. This is the first time the beets & juice in the vacuum sealed bags have turned brown. Smell O:K. I cut into one & they are the same brown throughout. Is it safe to use them?

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