Costco Spudlers Breakfast Hash Review

This Costco bought breakfast hash is quick, convenient and would be great for camping!

Costco Spudlers Breakfast Hash
Costco Spudlers Breakfast Hash

This Costco Spudlers Potato Company Smoked Bacon Breakfast Hash has been at my local Costco for a long time and I’ve never tried it! I decided to pick it up during my last Costco trip. I think this is definitely something that you could add to your Costco camping trip food list!

Other breakfast items I’ve reviewed from Costco are the Smokey River Meat Company Turkey Breakfast Sausage, Nature’s Path Creamy Coconut Superfood Instant Oatmeal, Veggies Made Great Spinach Egg White Frittatas. LeMarie Patissier Mini Crepes, Lilydale Turkey Bacon and the Golden Grill Hasbrown Potatoes.

The Spudlers Breakfast Hash can be found in the freezer section and the item number is 261112.

Costco Spudlers Breakfast Hash
Costco Spudlers Breakfast Hash


This tastes exactly like you’d expect it to. It’s mainly potatoes with a few peppers, onions and small pieces of bacon. The onion flavor is pretty strong and you also taste a bit of smokiness from the bacon and added smoke flavor.

The potatoes cooked up nicely in the pan and became golden brown but weren’t super crispy. This might be a good item for the air fryer!

I used avocado oil in my pan to cook the hash and it turned out fine. Despite the packaging saying 1/8th has a lot of sodium I found the hash was lacking seasoning and opted to add extra salt to my portion, otherwise it was a little bland tasting.

Costco Spudlers Breakfast Hash
Costco Spudlers Breakfast Hash

I think if you added extra seasoning and eggs with cheese the hash would be a lot more flavorful. There’s also not a ton of bacon, peppers or onions so I would add more peppers and bacon, possibly some leftover Kirkland Spiral Ham to my hash.

This wasn’t mind-blowing but it was tasty enough. I could see it being a popular item for camping trips or weekend brunch!

Costco Spudlers Breakfast Hash
Costco Spudlers Breakfast Hash


I paid $7.99 Canadian for the 1.2 kg bag of breakfast hash on sale, regular price is $10.99 Canadian.

Costco Spudlers Breakfast Hash Cooking Instructions
Costco Spudlers Breakfast Hash Cooking Instructions


This Costco breakfast hash is so easy to fry up! I just added some Chosen Foods Avocado Oil (from Costco) to my pan and let it cook. This needs to be kept frozen and the best before date is about 11 months from the date I purchased it.

You can be creative with this and add eggs, extra vegetables, ham, breakfast sausage or even cheese!

Breakfast hash is awesome for camping trips or trips to the lake! It’s also great for a nice big weekend brunch!

Costco Spudlers Breakfast Hash Nutritional Information
Costco Spudlers Breakfast Hash Nutritional Information


1/8th of the package is 190 calories, seven grams of fat, 670 mg of sodium, 25 grams of carbohydrates, three grams of fibre, two grams of sugar and six grams of protein.

The ingredients list is pretty much what you’d expect to see in a frozen breakfast hash. Definitely not the healthiest item you can have for breakfast. I don’t see any gluten in the ingredients list though!

Costco Spudlers Breakfast Hash Ingredients
Costco Spudlers Breakfast Hash Ingredients

I wasn’t totally crazy for this, I felt it needed more seasoning and salt but it already has a lot of sodium listed on the nutritional information!


Taste: 6.5/10

Cost: 8/10

Convenience: 9/10

Nutrition: 4/10


Give it a try!

If you’re looking for a breakfast item for your summer camping trip or weekend breakfast, you could try this! I suggest being creative with adding ingredients to add boost the flavor.

Have you tried this? What did you think?

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8 thoughts on “Costco Spudlers Breakfast Hash Review”

  1. This is a stable in our house. Once it’s about 75% cooked, I add in smoked paprika and onion powder, a couple pinches of freshly graded Parmesan and a few shakes of hot sauce. We are divided in this house how we have eggs. 4 of us like scooping some on our plate, topping it with shredded marble cheese (not the pre shredded stuff) and then 2-3 fried dippy eggs on top. (Over-easy eggs are dippy eggs in our house)
    2 of us like the eggs scrambled in with the hash and served just like that.
    The last 1 likes the eggs scrambled in and topped with marble cheese.

    I also use this hash to meal prep super busy weeks. I take a couple muffin tins, fill them 2/3 of the way with hash, crack in 1 egg and then top with seasonings. Once they’re cooked and completely cooled, I portion them and freeze them. 6-7 minutes in the air fryer from frozen and they’re perfect for a fast, filling breakfast. We bring them to the trailer too and reheat in the BBQ.

  2. This is a staple in our house. I agree that it is bland as-is, but I add Tajin seasoning to mine and either top with a fried eggs, or scrabble some eggs in with the hash. I often serve with avocado and salsa.

  3. Fast forward to March 2022……the bag is 75% peppers…..hardly any potatoes and still….where’s the bacon!

    Bought them on sale for about $10 Canadian but I would never buy them again. I would never pay $10 for peppers…..especially as I don’t like peppers. Once I picked them out there was nothing left. Wasted my money on this product!

    Buy elsewhere. I’ve bought a different brand at my local grocery store and was very satisfied!

  4. Tried it twice this weekend. First time was a “Hit out of the Park,” the second time not so good, I had a breaker trip on the RV and took a while to fix the problem so the Hash didn’t crisp up as well as it should have done.

    1st Batch
    Fried whole pkg on a 14″ by 18″ griddle in Costco butter, plus added 7 links of Costco Breakfast Sausage cooked previously and frozen for later. Before adding links–cut into 1/4″ widths (added salt and pepper to taste while cooking). When hash & sausage was fried–poured 6 eggs that have been whipped on top of Hash mixture and let sit and cook till eggs were NO longer runny. Flip and let cook a minute or two longer. Once finished, break into smaller bite sizes and serve with Costco Maple Syrup. Rate it at a 9.5 out of 10. Everyone scarfed it down like No tomorrow.

    2nd Batch
    Added salsa to egg mixture. Didn’t cook long enough to get the crispiness needed. Maybe 7 out of 10.

  5. My family loves this! We always add eggs like the package says to and usually top with cheese. My hubby adds ketchup and Add Frank’s on our own portions. We always pick it up when it’s on sale 🙂

    I personally would rate this an 8.5/10 (could use more bacon and the potatoes seem a bit dry). But it’s still 100% worth buying imo.


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