Costco Yorkshire Valley Farms Organic Frozen Chicken Breasts Review

Convenient, frozen, organic chicken breasts from Costco!

Costco Yorkshire Valley Farms Organic Chicken Breasts
Costco Yorkshire Valley Farms Organic Chicken Breasts

I randomly decided while I was at Costco that I needed to eat organic chicken breasts after always just buying the packs of fresh, non-organic chicken breasts from the Costco meat department. I couldn’t see any fresh organic chicken breasts but did find these Frozen Yorkshire Valley Farms Organic Chicken Breasts from Costco.

I’ve reviewed lots of other chicken products from Costco like the Ready Cuisine Orange Chicken, the Costco Fresh Additions Chicken Bites, Hampton House Chicken Strips, Kirkland Signature Chicken Pot Pie, Kirkland Signature Chicken Chow Mein, Janet and Greta’s Gourmet Chicken Burgers and the super popular Ajinomoto Yakitori with Japanese Style Fried Rice.

These organic chicken breasts can be found in the freezer section at Costco and their item number is 395935.

Costco Yorkshire Valley Farms Organic Frozen Chicken Breasts

Taste

The organic chicken breasts from Costco by Yorkshire Valley Farms are pretty good! They’re already seasoned with salt so there’s no need to add extra salt but you could marinade them or add sauces if you like.

Costco Yorkshire Valley Farms Organic Frozen Chicken Breasts
Costco Yorkshire Valley Farms Organic Frozen Chicken Breasts

They’re very moist tasting, salty and almost on the verge of tasting processed. I also found gristle and some hard bits in the chicken breasts. They don’t taste any different than regular, non-organic chicken breasts to me other than tasting slightly more processed. I do notice a difference between fresh and frozen with fresh being my preferred choice.

Costco Yorkshire Valley Farms Organic Frozen Chicken Breasts Cooked
Costco Yorkshire Valley Farms Organic Frozen Chicken Breasts Cooked

Cost

Not cheap! For nine organic frozen chicken breasts I paid $37.99 Canadian which is about ten dollars more than the fresh, non-organic Kirkland Signature chicken breasts in the meat department.

Costco Yorkshire Valley Farms Organic Frozen Chicken Breasts Cooking Instructions
Costco Yorkshire Valley Farms Organic Frozen Chicken Breasts Cooking Instructions

Convenience

The chicken breasts come in a resealable freezer bag. You can choose to pan fry them, barbecue them or bake them in the oven. I always choose to bake my chicken breasts in the oven.

Chicken is done when it reaches 165 degrees farenheit in the middle. These are extremely convenient! You can bake them from frozen and I don’t add any oil or seasoning to them, I just pop them in a glass baking dish and stick them in the oven.

They’re great for a quick dinner and lunch. The best before date on the bag is about 11 months from the date I purchased the chicken breasts.

Costco Yorkshire Valley Farms Organic Frozen Chicken Breasts Nutrition Information
Costco Yorkshire Valley Farms Organic Frozen Chicken Breasts Nutrition Information

Nutrition

Three quarters of a chicken breast (125 grams) is 120 calories, zero grams of sugar or fibre, two and a half grams of fat, one gram of carbohydrates, 22 grams of protein and 620 mg of sodium.

The ingredients list is extremely short and sweet, as it should be! Chicken, water, sea salt, and flavouring.

Scoring

Taste: 7.5/10

Cost: 6/10

Convenience: 8/10

Nutrition: 10/10

Overall

Give it a try!

If you’re following an organic diet and want easy, convenient frozen chicken breasts, check these out!

Do you buy organic meat? Have you tried these? What did you think?


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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