Kirkland Signature Meat Lasagna from Costco Review

Comfort food at its finest!

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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I love a good hearty and convenient meal from Costco, last week I reviewed the Costco Kirkland Signature Chicken Chow Mein. Today I’m reviewing the Costco Kirkland Signature Meat Lasagna! We had this over the weekend and both Sean and I really enjoyed it.

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This lasagna is definitely very filling! The noodles are nice and thick and al dente. Costco also definitely gives you a generous amount of meat and cheese. The meat used in the sauce is pork and beef. The sauce is slightly spicy and a little sweet and very flavorful. Not overly salty either. The different cheeses used are romano, mozzarella and cottage cheese. All of the cheeses blend perfectly together. I’ve decided this is probably my favorite tasting store-bought lasagna.


So the cost of the lasagna is dependent on the weight. I paid $13.93 for the lasagna I purchased which is not bad at all! Considering this fed my husband and me dinner and there were plenty of leftovers.


This is a dream dinner for me! So easy to make, no work is involved. Perfect for those busy nights All you have to do to heat the lasagna up is remove the lid, preheat your oven and cook for about 45-55 minutes. I heated it in the oven on a baking tray but the directions do not state that it’s necessary to bake it on a baking sheet. The lasagna is good for about five days from the date it was purchased.

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1/12 of the tray is 200 calories, nine grams of fat, 510 mg of sodium, 14 grams of protein, three grams of sugar, two grams of fibre and 18 grams of carbohydrates.

I love this lasagna and will definitely buy it again for a convenient comfort meal!

Taste: 9/10

Cost: 9/10

Nutrition: 5/10

Convenience: 10/10

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16 thoughts on “Kirkland Signature Meat Lasagna from Costco Review”

  1. It is an easy prep however the true flavor gets overlooked due to the excess use of spices. Lasagna is not meant to overly spicy and this definitely is. We’ve tried it a couple of times, never again.

  2. It’s not as.good as it used to be. The “ meat” now has a “concentrated soy protein.” See ingredients above. The texture and taste of a ground beef and pork just aren’t there any more. For the first time I tossed the leftovers.

      • Agree, the ricotta tasted off, and ruined the whole thing more than once. Less meat, less cheese. When it was good, it was made in Canada. Now it is made in the USA and it is just not good or worth the money.

  3. This is one of my favorites. All you have to do is put it in the oven for an hour and all you have to do is enjoy when it comes out of the oven. Certainly there are better lasagna recipes but none with this blend of convenience, tastiness, and quality. I’m waiting for summer to end to get my next batch.

  4. My husband and I liked the flavor and only con was the noodles should’ve more tender and not so
    al dente. Too touch for a fork cut piece.

  5. i am so sorry i have tried the Kirkland Lasagna at our Costco’s twice i thought the first attempt a can of oregano fell into the assembly of the lasagna so i waited a couple of weeks and tried again this evening its still HORRIBLE Im Northern Italian we know Lasagna to be not spicy i mean so spicy ur tongue burns and its tuff on the stomach all this spice i keep repeating the lasagna i finally decided to scrape off all the spicy stuff and just eat the lasagna noodles and never again buy this product this can’t be a true Italian recipe if they need one that is Northern Italy i will be happy to send Grandma Perrinio’s recipe my mom’s mom great Italian cook and yes it takes her all day to make lasagna and she never serves it the same day she made it she lets it fuse together and we eat it the following day and the dish is all devoured by the end of the meal and Im now having Grams teach me how to make the lasagna here in Montecito Ca 93108 so if u find yourself driving on San Ysidro in Montecito 93108 stop in for either lunch or dinner or better yet a private lesson on how to make Norther Italian Lasagna if u can’t find San Ysidro just ask how to get to either Ellen’s home or Oprah’s i live across the street from Ellen and Oprah and I share a property line u can’t miss Oprah’s mansion and im glad its hers and not mine


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