7 Awesome New Vegan Finds at Costco

Hello, loyal readers! I’m excited to share some new vegan finds from my latest Costco trip. There are some new goodies that I spotted and wanted to pass them along to you. Hopefully, you can find them in your local Costco.

1. Saffron Road Sea Salt Crunch Chickpeas ($8.79)

I’m always searching for healthy snacks and I love that these chickpeas only contain 3 ingredients (chickpeas, salt, olive oil). Normally, I make my own roasted chickpeas with different spices, but on busy days, this is great as a simple bite or an addition to salads.

2. Essential Living Superfoods Organic Superfood Mix
($9.79 On Sale, Normally $12.79)

Another great healthy snack that is full of goji berries, coconut chips, cacao nibs, and mulberries. I’m going to sprinkle this on some non-dairy yogurt or over cereal as a great boost of nutrition.

3. Popcornopolis Salt & Pepper Organic Popcorn ($4.99)

I love popcorn as a snack while watching a movie at home. This giant bag is super yummy and I love the addition of salt and pepper. I am a black pepper addict so this is my ultimate flavor combo.

4. Nature’s Path Love Crunch Organic Granola
($4.99 On Sale, Normally $6.75)

I am in LOVE with this granola so when I saw it at Costco, I snagged two giant bags. With dark chocolate chips, dried strawberries, and dried raspberries, this granola is more like dessert. I pair it with chocolate almond milk for the best treat. And at $xx, this is a total steal. I’ve seen much smaller bags for the same price at health food stores.

5. Harvest Stone Brown Rice & Chickpea Crackers ($8.69)

I will admit that I’m not a huge fan of gluten-free products except for crackers. I really love the crunch and taste of these crackers. I dip them in hummus or pair them with vegan cheese. Totally delicious!

6. Gardein Meatless Classic Meatballs ($9.49)

If you’ve read my previous vegan Costco blog posts, you’ll know that I’m obsessed with Gardein. My current obsession is the giant bag of meatless meatballs. They are so damn good. I add them to soups, marinara sauces, and sandwiches.

7. Explore Asia Organic Edamame Spaghetti ($9.79)

I’m always looking for extra protein sources and this organic edamame spaghetti boasts 24 grams of protein for every serving (I accidentally cut off the “2” in “24” in the pic). I haven’t tried this pasta yet, but I’m hoping it tastes great.

Have you spotted any awesome vegan products at your local Costco? Let me know in the comments!

4 Comments on “7 Awesome New Vegan Finds at Costco

  1. I did find the chickpea crackers in our Seattle area Costco. We’ve been buying the edamame noodles for quite a while, and love them, but on our last trip to Costco, they were nowhere to be seen. That’s how it is with Mary’s Crackers, too — sometimes we can find them but not often.

    • I love Mary’s Gone Crackers but also haven’t seen them in awhile. I did leave a comment card once requesting Mary’s Gone Crackers and the crackers were back in the store one time, but sadly not again.

  2. We are addicted to Gardein also so we actually got a Costco membership. We couldn’t find it though in our store in SoCal. If you don’t mind me asking, where do you find yours? In the frozen section? We are new to costco so learning the vegan ropes there…

    • I regularly find Gardein in the frozen section where the frozen foods are–where you’d find ready made frozen items like pizza, etc. Every location is different, but I usually find Gardein’s products there. It varies what’s there from the meatballs to the fish filets. Hope you can find them! Enjoy!

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