Costco Summ! Crispy Vegetable Spring Rolls Review

I love a good spring roll! Personally I tend to prefer meat-based ones, but if you’re a vegetarian, these Summ! Crispy Vegetable Spring Rolls might be right up your alley. Keep reading for my thoughts on them plus cooking instructions, nutrition information and more.

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Costco Summ! Crispy Vegetable Spring Rolls.

Other similar products from Costco are the Summ Sweet & Sour Chicken Spring Rolls, Summ! Crispy Mini Chicken Spring Rolls, Summ! Apple Pie Rolls with Caramel Sauce, Summ! Sesame Ginger Chicken Gyoza Dumplings, Minh Pork Egg Rolls, Bibigo Vegetable Fried Rice, Bibigo Steamed Dumplings and the Synear Soup Dumplings.

Image of the company description from the back of the box.
Summ! started off from a home kitchen.

Location in Store

You can find these in the refrigerated deli section at Costco, near the fresh pasta. The item number is 49932.

Image of a hand holding one crispy spring roll with a bite taken out of it so you can see the center, in the background is a plate of spring rolls and a bowl of plum sauce.
You can see the carrots and cabbage!


These are really tasty. The outside is golden-brown, crispy and flaky. The filling is pretty good and has strong flavors like soy, sesame, garlic and the slightest hint of ginger.

Image of a hand holding one spring roll on its side with a plate of spring rolls and sauce in the background.
Golden brown and crispy.

There’s a generous amount of filling in each spring roll, mostly cabbage and carrots. The sauce that comes with the spring rolls is just regular sweet plum sauce. The sweet sauce pairs well with the savory filling.

Top down image of a bowl of plum sauce in the center of a plate with six spring rolls surrounding it.
Ready to try!


In 2020 these cost $8.49 Canadian at Costco and in 2023 they cost $10.49 for the same amount. There are 18 spring rolls and four sauces in the entire package divided into two separate smaller packages.

Top down image of the packages of spring rolls showing the sauce packets in the bottom of the packets.
Two sauce packets in each separate pack.

The price isn’t bad considering four spring rolls from our local takeout spot costs $6.95.

Top down image of two seperate plastic packages of spring rolls.
The spring rolls come in two separate packs.


There are instructions to heat these in the oven or the air fryer. We used the oven because our air fryer is huge and it’s a bit of a pain to bring up from the basement and they turned out great.

Image of the heating instructions for the spring rolls.
Heating instructions.

To heat in the oven, preheat the oven to 375 degrees Fahrenheit and bake for 20 minutes. These are perfect for a snack, appetizer, or even as side. The best-before date is about a month from the date I purchased them.

Company description from the back of the box.
I read this and can’t figure out what patterns they’re talking about.

The spring rolls come in a two-pack with each pack having nine spring rolls. We can’t eat nine spring rolls in one sitting so I put the remaining spring rolls in a plastic bag and froze them with a sauce packet. A family of four could probably easily eat nine though!

Image of the description for what Summ! means in Cantonese. It means heart.
Summ! means heart in Cantonese.


Two spring rolls and one tbsp of sauce contains 270 calories, 12 grams of fat, three grams of sugar, seven grams of protein, 440 mg of sodium, three grams of fibre and 29 grams of carbohydrates.

Image of the nutrition facts for the spring rolls and sauce from the back of the box.
Nutrition facts.


The vegetables in the filling are cabbage, carrot and mushrooms. I don’t love that there’s canola oil in these but honestly, canola oil is in pretty much everything! The spring rolls contain soy, sesame and wheat.

Image of the ingredients for the spring rolls from the back of the box.


Taste: 8/10

Cost: 8/10

Convenience: 9/10

Nutrition: 3/10


Give it a try!

Although my husband and I usually buy pork or chicken spring rolls, I didn’t even notice that these didn’t have meat and really enjoyed them. I will definitely purchase these again.

Have you tried the Costco Summ! Crispy Vegetable Spring Rolls? What did you think of them? Drop a comment below!

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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22 thoughts on “Costco Summ! Crispy Vegetable Spring Rolls Review”

  1. There’s now non-vegetarian spring rolls at Costco now, right next to these vegetarian rolls. Same maker, same packaging, just with meat now.

  2. I purchased these and was impressed with how good they were. I don’t buy meat spring rolls so was thrilled to see how well they stand up against the fresh take-out rolls.

  3. I bought these. Eat 2. I found them hot spicy. Too much cinnamon for me. Im allergic to seafood & kelp. These gave me a major headache. Not sure what “spices” are in these. I rehomed them to my nephew. Wont buy again.

  4. You’re not reading the nutrition label correctly. The calories for 2 spring rolls and 2 tbsp of sauce is 290 calories.
    250 is without sauce and 270 is for 1 tbsp.

  5. Addicted to the spring rolls. Like most people I freeze most of them in plastic wrap and then ziplock. I am almost vegan and these are so good and easy in the air fryer. Can’t find a sauce I really like.

  6. I love these. Better than many restaurants and good for a store pickup. I dip them in
    G. Hughes Sugar Free Polynesian sauce. Filling snack with very few carbs.

  7. Just bought these today. I air fried them and they turned out awesome. I have eaten a lot of spring rolls at restaurants and from the grocery frozen sectiln and these are by far the best I have ever had

  8. These are amazing! Taste delicious and very easy to make / can keep and freeze for a long time. Oven is easy as well, but air fryer is faster and gives them the perfect crunch. Adding to my monthly costco list!

  9. I really enjoyed these! Will buy again! I put them in the air fryer for a super easy meal or side. I dip mine in sweet chili sauce I get from the Asian market. So good!

  10. My husband and I love these!! We use our own sauce but the rolls come out of air fryer great and have good flavor. Was disappointed that our Costco didn’t have in stock on our last visit but we will look again.

  11. Sorry but these taste so bad. I can definitely taste vinegar or some sour tasting ingredient and it’s quite overpowering. So hard for me to down 2 of them let alone more..

  12. These make for quick lunch using air fryer. We like our spring rolls with more color than your version for crispness which is really easy to do with air fryer. My fav ready made spring rolls are from Trader Joe’s since the filling has more shiitake mushrooms which gives them more taste, texture, and bulk, but these are ok.


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