Costco Pinty’s Buffalo Chicken Flings Review

These gluten-free Costco buffalo chicken flings are on my list to buy again!

Image of Costco Pinty's Buffalo Chicken Flings sitting on a table, top down image.
Costco Pinty’s Buffalo Chicken Flings

Today I’m reviewing something I’ve seen at Costco for quite some time but never picked up to try: the Pinty’s Buffalo Chicken Flings.

Costco Pinty's Buffalo Chicken Flings in packaging, two pack plastic tray on a grey placemat.
I cooked one pack and froze one to use later.

If this product looks like it may interest you, some other foods you might like from Costco are the Costco Fresh Additions Fully Cooked Chicken Breast Bites, the Costco Hampton House Chicken Parmesan, Costco Hampton House Chicken Strips and the Costco WestEnd Cuisine Mediterranean Style Grilled Chicken Skewers.

Location in Store

You can find the Pinty’s Buffalo Chicken Flings in the refrigerated section at Costco, near the tofu, fresh pasta and pesto. The item number is 379252.

Costco Pinty's Buffalo Chicken Flings fully cooked and plated on a white plate.
Ready to devour!


Both Sean and I absolutely love these and will buy them again. I was sure I wouldn’t like them because they’re buffalo flavored, but I actually don’t find them too hot! They definitely have a strong buffalo flavor, but they’re not overly spicy.

Closeup image of one Costco Pinty's Buffalo Chicken Fling with a bite taken out so you can see the middle.
What the inside looks like. You can see it’s white chicken breast meat.

These flings are kind of like a cross between a chicken strip, a chicken nugget and a chicken wing. They’re boneless. They have white breast meat and it’s very tender without any bits of gristle or bone. The packaging states you can enjoy these hot or cold. Eaten cold, the Costco Buffalo Chicken Flings taste a little dry, but after heating them in the oven, they’re really moist.

They’re quite salty and the buffalo flavor makes them a bit spicy, so I feel like the chicken strips are lacking a sauce! A nice cooling ranch would go wonderfully with the chicken.

Side view image of the Costco Pinty's Buffalo Chicken Flings sitting on a table.
There’s two separate packs of buffalo chicken flings.


The Pinty’s Buffalo Chicken Flings cost $12.99 Canadian at Costco for a 907-gram two-pack.

Costco Pinty's Buffalo Chicken Flings on a baking tray after cooking them in the oven.
All done! Ready to serve.


There are two trays and you can separate the trays by cutting the middle partition. The best before date on our pack of buffalo chicken flings is only five days from the date we purchased them, so we had to rush to eat them. You can also pop them in the freezer in the package to keep them for up to three months. These are great for an appetizer, in a salad, in a wrap or on a bun.

Costco Pinty's Buffalo Chicken Flings cooking instructions label.
Cooking instructions.

To warm the Pinty’s Buffalo Chicken Flings, preheat the oven to 400 degrees Fahrenheit, place them on a baking tray and cook for 10 to 12 minutes, turning the chicken over once at the 5 to 6-minute mark. I cooked mine for 12 minutes. Although the instructions don’t discuss it, I think an air fryer would also do a good job of heating the pieces of chicken up.

Costco Pinty's Buffalo Chicken Flings nutrition facts label.
Nutrition Facts.



Three chunks of chicken contains 190 calories, seven grams of fat, 22 grams of carbohydrates, zero grams of fibre and sugar, 15 grams of protein and 730 milligrams of sodium. That’s a lot of sodium, but the calories and fat are more reasonable.

Costco Pinty's Buffalo Chicken Flings ingredients label.


The best part is that these are gluten-free and registered with the Canadian Celiac Association! There are no artificial colors or flavors added. Otherwise, the ingredients list is what I would expect to see for a processed, convenient packaged chicken product.


Taste: 8.5/10

Cost: 8/10

Convenience: 10/10

Nutrition: 6/10


Must buy!

We love these and will definitely repurchase them! They’re salty, flavorful, a bit hot and the meat is tender! Next time we’ll find a dip to have with them.

Have you tried these? What did you think of them? What would you use for dipping sauce?

Please note that this review was not paid for or sponsored by any third party. This product was purchased by Costcuisine for the purpose of producing this review. The opinions in this review are strictly those of Costcuisine. Costcuisine is not affiliated with Costco or any of its suppliers. In the event that Costcuisine receives compensation for a post from the manufacturer of a product or some other third party, the arrangement will be clearly disclosed (including where the manufacturer of a product provides Costcuisine with a free sample of the product).

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12 thoughts on “Costco Pinty’s Buffalo Chicken Flings Review”

  1. Not as good as they used to be. Bought recently at. Outcome they were dry and very little chicken. Too bad for me, I used to really like this product.

  2. I love the Pinty’s Buffalo Flings too. They’re so easy to heat up and eat. They taste really good. To me, they don’t seem to have a lot of breading, but the carbohydrate count is very very high for only 3 flings. Yikes! That’s my only complaint about them.

  3. I love these. Have been buying for a while. I heat mine on a paper towel in microwave for 1 minute. Great on top of greens with Litehouse dill dressing. My work lunch. Don’t like them cold. Coating is too dry. Airfryer for 10-12 minutes.

    • Why would diabetics have to stay away from these because they’re “too salty”? It’s sugar that diabetics need to reduce in their diet.

  4. Thank you for your review on this! I likely wouldn’t have tried them as a bad experience with buffalo sauce left me very leery. Of all things it was Dairy Queen wings that they tossed in straight Tabasco and butter. There’s not enuf celery in the world to cancel that kind of hell!
    How’s the puppy doing?

  5. Many of these cooked & frozen foods seem to have way too much salt. It’s time they lower the salt content of their products by at least 50%. Those who like more salt can just add it the product but, those of us on low salt diets cannot remove the salt once it’s been added.


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