Costco Stonemill Kitchens Organic Cranberry Sauce Review

No turkey dinner is complete without cranberry sauce, but I don’t know of too many people who make their own from scratch. For most people (myself included), making a turkey and a bunch of side dishes is more than enough work; spending more time and energy to make a sauce just isn’t happening. Store-bought cranberry sauces can be hit or miss though. I find a lot of them are much too sweet. Is this Stonemill Kitchens Organic Cranberry Sauce good enough that you won’t regret making homemade cranberry sauce for your holiday meal?

Image of the Costco Stonemill Kitchens Organic Cranberry Sauce container unopened sitting on a table.
Costco Stonemill Kitchens Organic Cranberry Sauce.

Other sauces from Costco are the Rao’s Homemade Marinara Sauce, Bulls-Eye Barbecue Sauce, KFI Butter Chicken Sauce, Mayura Cuisine Tikka Masala Sauce, KFI Coconut Curry Sauce, Kettle Creek Boubon Barbecue Sauce, Kodiak Super Fruit Syrup, Johnny’s Black Garlic Vinaigrette, Kewpie Deep Roasted Sesame Dressing & Marinade and the Don Pancho Cilantro Lime Crema.

Top down image of the Costco Stonemill Kitchen Organic Cranberry Sauce container top showing that it's organic and weighs 1.02 kiligrams.
The cranberry sauce is organic.

Location in Store

I bought this at the Kalispell, Montana Costco and it was located in the refrigerated deli section, near all the other dips. The item number is 914657.

Top down image of an opened cranberry sauce container showing what the cranberry sauce looks like.
You can see there are lots of whole cranberries.


I really enjoy cranberry sauce, and this one is pretty good! It isn’t too sweet and tastes natural. That makes sense considering the only ingredients are cranberries, sugar and water!

Top down image of a white plate with turkey, stuffing and cranberry sauce on it.
Turkey dinner.

I liked the texture of the cranberries themselves, which are basically whole. Some people might not like that though.

Sideview image of an open container of cranberry sauce and a spoon hovering over the container with sauce on the spoon.
Ready to try!

I would totally serve this with Christmas dinner. Unfortunately, it doesn’t last very long, so you’ll have to buy it fairly close to the date of your holiday meal.


The 2.25-pound container costs $8.99 USD which isn’t cheap but is a tiny bit cheaper than buying the same amount of cranberry sauce in cans. It’s also organic so that definitely increases the price.

Image of the back of the cranberry sauce showing the label with product description.
Stonemill Kitchens makes various dips that are sold at Costco.


The cranberry sauce needs to be kept refrigerated and has a best-before date that’s three weeks from when I purchased it. This can be served with your turkey dinner or also makes an awesome spread on turkey sandwiches!

If you have leftover cranberry sauce you can get creative and make things like turkey cranberry meatballs, cranberry glazed pork tenderloin or even cranberry muffins.

Image of the back of the container of cranberry sauce showing where the sauce is made and nutrition facts.
Made in the USA.



A 1/4 cup serving contains 100 calories, zero grams of fat, zero grams of sodium, 24 grams of carbohydrates, zero grams of fiber, 22 grams of sugar and zero grams of protein. The sugar is high but that’s expected for cranberry sauce which is kind of similar to a jam.

I think a lot of people consume less than 1/4 cup of cranberry sauce with their meals.

Image of the nutrition facts for the cranberry sauce from the back of the container.
Nutrition facts.


I love that the ingredients list is short and sweet with only three ingredients! Organic cranberries, organic sugar and water. The cranberry sauce is vegan and gluten-free.


Taste: 8/10

Cost: 8/10

Convenience: 10/10

Nutrition: 5/10


Give it a try!

If I were hosting a lot of people for Thanksgiving or Christmas I wouldn’t hesitate to pick this up to go with my turkey!

Do you like cranberry sauce? Would you buy this one from Costco? Why or why not? Leave a comment below!

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9 thoughts on “Costco Stonemill Kitchens Organic Cranberry Sauce Review”

  1. Bought this for Thanksgiving and still using it. So good on so many things. I put it on my green salad the other day and it was delicious. Really good on enchiladas.

  2. I make my own and have for years. This year felt short of time bought and enjoyed this sauce. Wanted more but like so many things at Costco no longer available. Disappointed!

  3. I want to buy this sauce, I also liked what’s it’s written about it but I’m not sure if I use as it is or I have to do with other ingredients like the one we buy in cans.

  4. Too easy to make it yourself. Homemade TASTES BETTER! All it takes is a regular size bag of cranberries, 3/4 cup of water and 1/2-3/4 cup of sugar. Bring to a boil, then turn to medium low for twenty minutes. Once you try it you will never go back to pre made sauce!

  5. I would definitely purchase this large container of cranberry sauce. I am in Canada and have never found it at my Costco store. Fresh cranberries are periodically available but go quickly. The quality of canned whole berry sauce has decreased so if this organic sauce was available in my store it would be worth it!


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