Costco Toblerone Review

The giant Toblerone from Costco is delicious on its own, but also can be used for Christmas baking!

Image of the Costco Toblerone bar in the wrapper sitting on the table
Costco Toblerone

Today, I’m reviewing something that immediately makes me think of the Christmas and the holiday season. The Costco Toblerone bar! I either buy a Toblerone bar every year or get one in my stocking. I absolutely love using Toblerone in cookie recipes!

Other holiday chocolates from Costco I love are the Costco Gudrun Fine Belgian Chocolates, Costco Lindt Lindor Chocolates, Costco Kirkland Signature Macadamia Clusters and the Costco Godiva Masterpieces Chocolates.

Location in Store

You can find the giant Toblerone bars in the Christmas/seasonal treat aisle at Costco. The item number is 348200.

Image of Costco Toblerone pieces of chocolate sitting on a plate, top down image.
Milk chocolate with chunks of heavenly almond nougat.


If you’ve never had a Toblerone bar before, they’re plain milk chocolate bars with smallish chunks of crunchy, sticky almond nougat inside. The milk chocolate itself is quite sweet, though it’s hard to tell if the sweetness is only coming from the chocolate or if the honey and nougat add to it as well.

I suspect the latter. Even though the nougat is almond nougat, there’s not a noticeable almond flavor.

Image of the 750 gram Costco Toblerone bar unwrapped and intact
Big, delicious chunks of Toblerone!

The texture of a Toblerone bar is somewhat unique. I don’t think I’ve ever had a chocolate bar quite like it. The chocolate melts in your mouth, but the nougat chunks are noticeably crunchy and they stick to your teeth (just a little bit).

I’ve been eating Toblerone bars for years, especially around the holidays. Even though they’re a fairly basic chocolate bar, they’ve always seemed just a little bit festive to me. They’re also kind of a comfort food. I love the flavors and the signature texture and I’ll continue to eat them for years to come. 

Image of the Costco Toblerone bar out of the box showing the plastic wrapping around the bar inside the box
The Toblerone bar comes in a box with an outer plastic wrap around the bar.


I paid $14.99 Canadian for the giant 750 gram bar. This isn’t bad because the much smaller 360 gram bar at the grocery store is $9.99 Canadian.


The best before date on the Toblerone bar is about 11 months from the date we purchased the bar. It comes in a cardboard triangular prism-shaped box with an inner plastic wrapper. You can store any leftover Toblerone in the plastic wrapper and box it comes in or you can also pop it into a ziplock bag.

Since this is such a large bar the pieces of Toblerone are also very large! One piece is more than enough for me. I also like to chop them up into chunks and use them for Christmas baking. The bar is made in Switzerland.

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Costco Toblerone Nutrition Facts


One piece of the Toblerone bar is 230 calories, 13 grams of fat, 20 milligrams of sodium, 28 grams of carbohydrates, one gram of fibre, 26 grams of sugar and two grams of protein. They are pretty big pieces though!

Image of the Costco Toblerone ingredients
Costco Toblerone Ingredients


The ingredients list is short with ingredients I would expect to see! Not healthy ingredients though! Toblerone contains milk, soy, almond and egg.


Taste: 9/10

Cost: 8/10

Convenience: 10/10

Nutrition: 0/10


Must buy for the holiday season!

Toblerone makes a great stocking stuffer and is enjoyed by many!

Do you like Toblerone?

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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1 thought on “Costco Toblerone Review”

  1. The European version of Toblerone has roasted (brown) almonds not white almonds like we have here in North America. In Europe it’s also more flavorful, like their version of Nutella is too.


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