Costco Sunrise Farms Chicken Ham & Swiss Breaded Chicken Breast Review

If you like the convenience of things like chicken nuggets and chicken strips but want something a little more interesting, these Sunrise Farms Chicken, Ham & Swiss Breaded Chicken Breast Cutlettes might be for you! They offer the convenience of other frozen bake-and-serve chicken products, but seem a little bit fancier and maybe more suited to adults. If you’re wondering whether you should pick up a box, keep reading.

Image of the Costco Farms Chicken Ham & Swiss Breaded Chicken Breast box unopened sitting on a table.
Costco Farms Chicken Ham & Swiss Breaded Chicken Breast.

Like chicken? Other chicken products from Costco are the Barber Foods Broccoli & Cheese Breaded Chicken Breasts, Ajinomoto Yakitori Chicken with Japanese-Style Fried Rice, Amylu Chicken Burgers, Kirkland Signature Rotisserie Chicken, Hampton House Popcorn Chicken, Hampton House Chicken Parmesan, Amylu Chicken Meatballs, Pinty’s Buffalo Chicken Flings, Kirkland Signature Chicken Pot Pie, Kirkland Signature Seasoned Chicken Wings and the Kirkland Signature Chicken Tacos.

Top down image of one breaded stuffed chicken breast cooked and served on a white plate.
Golden brown & crispy.

Location in Store

These are located in the freezer aisle at Costco, near the other frozen chicken products like chicken strips. The item number is 1824695.

Side view closeup image of a fork with a cut piece of stuffed chicken breast on it so you can see the chicken, cheese and ham inside.
The chicken is quite thin and there’s really not much filling.


These aren’t very good at all. After baking the breasts the oven they looked deliciously crispy and golden brown. Unfortunately, there isn’t much filling in the breast, just a small piece of ham and a thin layer of cheese with a big air pocket. I wouldn’t be calling these “stuffed” chicken breasts. I’d call them “meagerly filled”.

Side view image of one cooked chicken breast cut in half so you can see what the center looks like.
The actual chicken is pretty good, moist without any hard bits or gristle.

The flavor of the actual chicken is very salty and due to the saltiness tastes pretty good. There isn’t a ton of chicken because it’s pretty thin. One positive is that I didn’t notice any gristle or fatty bits in the chicken. I don’t really taste the ham or cheese much, just very slightly.

As I was eating these I was trying to figure out what they reminded me of and I finally concluded they taste like a giant chicken nugget with some ham and cheese in the middle.


The 1.13-kilogram box comes with eight 142-gram stuffed chicken breasts and costs $13.79 Canadian at Costco. This doesn’t seem expensive for eight convenient and ready-to-cook chicken breasts.

Image of one individually packaged chicken breast unopened sitting on a table.
It’s easy to just grab one out of the freezer to cook!

Each chicken breast in the box comes individually packaged.


These aren’t fully cooked so you need to ensure that they’re cooked thoroughly to 165 degrees Fahrenheit and the box does not recommend heating them in the microwave. I baked them in the oven for 30 minutes and they were fully cooked and nice and crispy on the outside.

Image of the cooking instructions for the chicken breasts from the back of the box.
Cooking instructions.

These need to be kept frozen and the best before date is 10 months from when I purchased them. Despite not liking these much, they do make a convenient dinner or lunch. All you have to do is unpackage them and pop them in the oven. They work well served with rice, quinoa, a salad, noodles or potatoes.

Top down image of one uncooked stuffed chicken breast sitting on a parchment paper lined baking tray ready to go in the oven.
Ready for the oven!



One stuffed chicken breast contains 290 calories, 12 grams of fat, 20 grams of carbohydrates, one gram of fibre, one gram of sugar, 24 grams of protein and 500 milligrams of sodium.

There’s a decent amount of protein in one chicken breast, the fat content comes from the cheese and ham. The sodium is pretty much what I expect to see in convenient processed foods like this.

Image of the nutrition facts for the chicken breasts from the back of the box.
Nutrition facts.


These chicken breasts contain wheat, milk, soy and egg. There are a bunch of ingredients I don’t love seeing like soy protein isolate, vegetable oil, sugar and soy flour. Ingredients like these are typical for quick and convenient products like this though and if you made them from scratch at home you can control what goes in them.

Image of the ingredients for the chicken breasts from the back of the box.


Taste: 6/10

Cost: 7/10

Convenience: 9/10

Nutrition: 4/10


Walk on by!

These aren’t the gourmet stuffed chicken breast I was expecting. There isn’t enough filling and they taste pretty processed.

Have you tried these Sunrise Farms Chicken Ham & Swiss Chicken Breasts? What did you think of them? Leave 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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8 thoughts on “Costco Sunrise Farms Chicken Ham & Swiss Breaded Chicken Breast Review”

  1. They are shit what do you clowns think that so called chicken breast is
    It’s called chicken styled breast,wouldn’t you rather pay more for real chicken.

  2. loved, loved, loved these chicken breasts darlings ! i made a sandwich out of them using another chicken breast for each bun.. therefore, really just 3 chicken breasts stacked together !! I added ketchup to pick things up a bit.. but i add ketchup to everything.. its sad.. but good .

    PS.. vote for me.. I need to stay out of jail !

  3. We tried the Sunrise Broccoli and Cheese stuffed chicken breasts, and they are nowhere as good as the Barber Foods ones that Costco used to carry. They seem to be smaller when cooked, and the broccoli/cheese filling is minimal at best. Won’t be buying the Sunrise ones again, and I hope Costco goes back to the Barber ones.

  4. For gosh sakes, get rid of them. Not satisfactory with people, not good for Costco. Who is your idea person or persons. Get rid of them also..

  5. The broccoli ones are much better, I bought these ones when they didn’t have the broccoli ones and they are so terrible! Will only buy the broccoli ones going forward.

  6. These are terrible . We loved the Barber stuffed breasts but Costco in Winnipeg no longer sells them. It is very disappointing as it was a convenient meal.

  7. My husband and I have tried these and as you said convenient for a night you are in a hurry. I would have to say we like the M &M Meat product made like these much better but do cost more.


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