Plant-based, vegan, tasty Costco spinach and chickpea patties!
I’m reviewing another vegetarian, plant-based item from Costco! The oh naturel! Spinach & Chickpea Patties! These patties have a spinach and chickpea filling and a breadcrumb coating.
They remind me of the Sol Cuisine Spinach Chickpea Bites that I reviewed previously on the blog.
You can find these spinach chickpea patties in the refrigerated deli section, by the falafel and kimchi. The item number is 1176975.
These Costco spinach and chickpea patties are pretty okay tasting! The spinach flavor is prominent and the chickpeas give them a bit of meatiness. They’re salty, savory and very flavorful. The breadcrumbs on the outside give them a nice crispness.
They have a bit of an earthy flavor that I enjoy and taste amazing dipped in tzatziki. You could also use them to make a wrap or burger or cut them up and use them in a salad. I like how these aren’t trying to taste like meat, instead, they’re a unique item all on their own that vegetarians and non-vegetarians both can enjoy.
I paid $13.99 Canadian for the 840 gram pack of Costco oh naturel! Spinach and Chickpea patties. There are two separate trays of patties in the box and each tray comes with six patties.
There’s many ways you can enjoy these spinach and chickpea patties! They’re totally delicious plain, great with dip like tzatziki as an appetizer, you can make a burger or wrap out of them, use them in a salad or enjoy them as a side!
The cooking instructions for the oh naturel! Costco spinach & chickpea patties are you preheat your oven to 400 degrees fahrenheit, and bake them for about 10 to 12 minutes, flipping once halfway. If you have an air fryer I think these will taste amazing if you do them in the air fryer!
One patty is 170 calories, nine grams of fat, 280 mg of sodium, 16 grams of carbohydrates, one gram of sugar, two grams of fibre and five grams of protein. A little high in calories and fat and low in protein for my liking but I appreciate that they’re not full of sugar or sodium.
The ingredients list is super straight-forward. These are vegan and plant-based but not gluten-free as they contain wheat.
Give it a try!
I enjoyed the Costco oh naturel! Spinach & Chickpea patties! I like using them as an appetizer or as a side with dinner. I didn’t think they were absolutely amazing but wouldn’t mind eating them again at all.
Have you tried these? What did you think of them?
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3 thoughts on “Costco oh naturel! Spinach & Chickpea Patties Review”
I really enjoyed them and am not pleased that they are no longer available, However, I did have one complaint, and that was with the packaging. The film on the containers was good, AS LONG AS people didn’t pick them up at the end of the package with a thumb on top of the film! This had the result of causing the film to break away allowing the contents to decay fast. I saw one guy do this and put the package back on the shelf and taking another. a couple of times I had got home before I realized the top seal was broken.
I bought these and really enjoyed them. They haven’t been available anymore.
I prefer them air-dried. Seems to bring out the flavor more. Yes, not sure why the high calorie. Could eat at least two but better to have chicken since I am not vegetarian. More protein and less carb for the same calories