The Best 8 Frozen Foods At Costco According To EatThis.com

Costco is known for its wide variety of products but sometimes customers get frustrated when inventory changes and their favorites are not available. Here are 8 of the best frozen foods that you can get right now at your local outlet (or online) that have been chosen by EatThis,NotThat!

  • Tattooed Chef Vegetable Lo Mein – this item from Tattooed Chef sells for $11.99 and is a mix of cauliflower noodles, carrots, broccoli, mushrooms, red bell peppers, and sugar snap peas in a ginger and garlic sauce. They aren’t currently on Costco’s website but should be available at your local store.
  • Kirkland Signature Organic Broccoli Florets – these come in a 4-pound bag for $7.99 but the Costco website lists them as four individual 1-pound bags. Regardless, these are great for healthy eating.
  • FatBoy Ice Cream Sandwiches – Instagrammer @costcoaisles spotted these in late 2022 in the freezer section and they are confirmed to be available on the Costco website at $9.99 for an 18-pack.
  • Kirkland Signature Sockeye Salmon – this salmon is wild-caught and is boneless and skin-on. It can be prepared pan-seared, sous vide or baking, and Redittors claim that this is one of Costco’s best items.
  • 5Just Bare Chicken Breast Spicy Strips – this brand is a Costco shopper cult favorite and the 3-pound bag of frozen strips at $14.99 deliver the same quality as the Just Bare Lightly Breaded Chicken Chunks. A comment from a Reddit user said they were surprised by the “large, crispy, and spicy” flavor. Check your local store for availability.
  • Kirkland Signature Organic Blueberries – this product comes in a 3-pound bag for $8.59 and won’t be in season again until summer so if you need an addition to your smoothies or just as a snack or dessert, these preservative-free blueberries fit the bill. They are also available on Costco's online store.
  • Taiyaki – Taiyaki is a fish-shaped waffle cake with sweet filling sold as a variety pack of 30 for $13.49. Fillings include vanilla custard cream, chocolate cream, and red bean and cinnamon. They are a new product and can be prepared with your air fryer.
  • Mulay’s Nana’s Italian Meatballs – Instagram user @allthings_costco spied these at their local store for $16.99 for a box of 24. They are free of added sugar, nitrates, and antibiotics.

Source: EatThis,NotThat!


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