Costco Poppies Belgian Coconut Cookies Review

It’s not easy to find gluten-free, dairy-free cookies but Costco never fails at delivering something for everyone! These Poppie’s Belgian Coconut Cookies are actually made in Belgium and seem like the perfect little snack to curb any sweet craving. Is it worth buying a bag? Find out below!

Image of the Costco Poppies Belgian Coconut Cookies bag unopened sitting on a table.
Costco Poppies Belgian Coconut Cookies.

Other gluten-free options from Costco are the Little Northern Bakehouse Seeds & Grains Gluten Free Bread, Sabatasso’s Gluten-Free Four Cheese Pizza, Brazi Bites, Banza Chickpea Pasta, Jojo’s Guilt-Free Chocolate, Pinty’s Buffalo Chicken Flings, Milton’s Cauliflower Crust Pizza and the E&C’s Heavenly Hunks.

Location in Store

I found the Poppies in the bakery department at Costco, the item number is 1778629.

Closeup image of the front of the Poppies bag showing the weight of the bag and that the cookies are gluten-free.
There are 20 individually wrapped cookies in the bag.


These cookies surprised me! For some reason, I expected them to be hard and crunchy, but they’re actually very soft and kind of chewy. The cookies are basically shredded coconut with a chocolate base and chocolate drizzle.

Top down image of one Poppie's cookie served on a white plate.
Ready to try!

They have an enjoyable coconut flavor with the coconut texture you’d expect. They’re slightly dry, but that’s kind of typical of coconut treats like this in my experience. The chocolate is decent, but not amazing. It goes well with the coconut cookie.

Closeup sideview image of a hand holding one Poppie's cookie on it's side so you can see how big the cookie is.
There’s a bottom layer of chocolate on each cookie.

Overall these cookies were a pleasant surprise! I really liked how soft and chewy they were. I think people who follow gluten-free diets will be even more impressed since they’re tasty even for a gluten-eater!


The 500-gram bag containing 20 cookies costs $11.99 Canadian at Costco which isn’t super expensive but not exactly cheap either for something that’s basically just coconut, sugar and a drizzle of chocolate.

Side view image of a hand holding a cookie with a bite taken out of it so you can see the coconut center.
The cookie has a bright white coconut center.


The best before date listed on the cookies is about nine months from when I purchased them. Each cookie is individually wrapped in plastic so you can easily pop one in your lunch, purse or glove compartment.

Top down image of a bowl of individually wrapped coconut cookies.
The cookies are easy to share with others or bring anywhere since they’re individually wrapped!

The Poppies can be enjoyed morning, afternoon or evening. They’re a light sweet treat and are great to have around to offer any guests who are gluten-free and/or dairy-free.



One Poppie cookie contains 120 calories, six grams of fat, 15 grams of carbohydrates, two grams of fibre, 12 grams of sugar, one gram of protein and five milligrams of sodium.

Image of the back of the bag of Poppies showing the nutrition facts, ingredients and where the cookies are made.
Produced in Belgium!

The fat in one cookie is a bit high compared to other cookies but that’s from the coconut. The calories, sugar and carbohydrates are pretty typical for a sweet cookie!

Image of the nutrition facts for the cookies from the back of the bag.
Nutrition facts.


Although the ingredients list isn’t long, it’s certainly not full of whole, simple foods. The first ingredient is obviously sugar but I don’t love seeing palm oil as the fat and the additive sorbitan tirstearate.

It’s really hard to find a cookie without sugar, additives and palm oil in it these days unless you’re making them from scratch at home! The cookies contain soy and eggs and may contain milk and tree nuts.

Image of the ingredients for the cookies from the back of the bag.


Taste: 8/10

Cost: 7/10

Convenience: 10/10

Nutrition: 0/10


Give it a try!

These are a simple, sweet, cookie that are sure to please any coconut lover.

Have you tried these Poppie’s Belgian Coconut Cookies from Costco? What did you think of them?

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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