Costco Summ! Crispy Vegetable Spring Rolls Review

Crisp, flaky and delicious!

Please note that this review was not paid for or sponsored by any third party. I purchased this product with my own money and the opinions in this review are strictly my own. I am not affiliated with Costco or any of its suppliers. I am just a fan of the company. I write these reviews to help my fellow shoppers.

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Spring rolls are something we pretty much always have in our house. Today I’m reviewing the Costco Summ! Crispy Vegetable spring rolls. These can be found in the refrigerated section at Costco (by the pasta and tofu).

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After a few minutes in the oven these turn out crispy, nice and golden brown and very flaky. They’re also super flavorful with notes of soy, sesame, garlic and a slight hint of ginger and are slightly on the salty side but I like it. There’s a generous amount of filling in each spring roll, mostly cabbage and carrots. The sauce that comes with the spring rolls is your regular sweet plum sauce.

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These cost $8.49 Canadian at Costco but I was able to get them for $2.50 off. Not bad for 18 spring rolls! When I go to a restaurant I can pay $6-$8 dollars for a serving of three or four spring rolls that taste pretty similar.

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These are so easy to heat in the oven, 375 degrees farenheit for 20 minutes is all it takes. Perfect for a snack, appetizer, or even as side. The best before date is about a month from the date I purchased them. 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!

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Two spring rolls and two tbsp of sauce is 250 calories, 12 grams of fat, four grams of sugar, seven grams of protein, 440 mg of sodium, three grams of fibre and 29 grams of carbohydrates. The ingredients list shows that the spring rolls contain, wheat, gluten and soy.

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

Taste: 9/10

Cost: 9/10

Convenience: 8.5/10

Nutrition: 3/10

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

  1. 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!

  2. 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!

  3. 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.

  4. 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..

  5. 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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