A current list of Gluten Free Products at Costco that are also dairy free and vegan. This list is not an inclusive list but instead focuses on some really tasty new products or current favorites of mine as of December 2019.
I joined Costco back in June and it was probably one of the best decisions I’ve made. I previously had a BJ’s membership but was disappointed with their selection of gluten free and dairy free products. Costco, on the other hand, has a great selection of various gluten free foods. They also always seem to be adding new products which is very exciting.
Today I’m going to share some current gluten free and dairy free Costco finds that I’m obsessed with. Some of these gluten free products at Costco are things I haven’t even found anywhere else. Which makes my Costco shopping all the more exciting. Not only am I getting a good price on these products but I’m finding things I can’t find elsewhere. That’s a major win, win.
In case you are wondering, none of this is sponsored. These are all products I personally love and want to share with you.
If you want to find out more of my favorite products from different stores and brands you may like the following posts:
15 Popular Halloween Candies that are Dairy Free
Gluten Free Cereals – The Ultimate Guide
The Best Store-Bought Back to School Snacks
6 Dairy Free Products I’m Loving (gluten free too)
10 Gluten Free Products You Didn’t Know About
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15 Gluten Free Products at Costco You Need to Try (Dairy Free & Vegan Too)
Time for a few common sense disclaimers before we get started. Whenever I do lists like this I like to remind you that companies can change their manufacturing process. All of these products were gluten free and vegan when I bought them but it’s always wise to check ingredients yourself prior to purchasing especially if cross-contamination is an issue for you.
I also want to point out that each Costco does carry slightly different products. These are some of my favorite gluten free and vegan finds at my Costco. If you found different products at your Costco I’d love to hear about them! Leave a comment below.
1. Kirkland Signature Mixed Nut Butter With Seeds
This stuff is so delicious. My Costco just started carrying it and I’m obsessed. It’s an almond butter loaded with other goodies like Flax and Chia Seeds. Usually, things like this are so expensive but the price on this is AMAZING!
2. Inno Foods Organic Coconut Clusters
These things are delicious. A perfect sweet and crunchy treat that’s also loaded with healthy seeds. This is an awesome gluten free find at Costco.
3. Kirkland Signature Superfine Almond Flour
The Kirkland brand is what I love about Costco. At BJ’s I ended up spending more than Walmart because they only had name-brands. Costco, on the other hand, has an amazing store-brand that is so cheap. This almond flour is such a budget-friendly find for the gluten free vegan shopper.
4. Simple Mills Almond Flour Crackers
These crackers were already my favorite snack. The fact that I can get them at a discounted price at Costco is just an added bonus. If your gluten free you need to snag a bag of these next time you’re at Costco.
5. Innofoods Organic Dark Chocolate Coconut Nuggets
If you’re vegan and missing chocolate you’ll love these. They’re the perfect combination of sweet, chocolate, salt, and crunch.
6. Sensible Portions Garden Veggie Straws
I’m a major snacker so anytime I can get a great deal on snacks I’m all in. This huge bag was such a great price at Costco. And these Veggie Straws now have sweet potato and they are so good!
7. Off the Eaten Path Veggie Crisps
Here’s another tasty gluten free snack at Costco. These veggie crisps are so good, you’ll love them!
8. Lotus Organic Brown Rice Ramen
I just grabbed a bag of this Gluten Free Ramen on my last Costco trip. It only comes with the noodles but they are such a great price. I always make my own Gluten Free Ramen soup by making a broth out of the below product.
9. Better Than Bouillon Organic Vegetable Base
This Bouillon is so tasty and it has such clean ingredients. It’s a great vegan Costco product. Combine it with the gluten free ramen above for a tasty meal.
10. Terra Classic Sea Salt Chips
This is a classic gluten free snack. These chips are a delicious snack and are way better than plain old potato chips. I was so happy when I found this gluten free snack at my Costco.
11. Harvest Snaps Organic Green Pea Snack Crisps
Even though they look like vegetables these green pea snacks are so delicious. They have such a unique taste that you’ll really love.
12. Kirkland Signature Whole Almonds
I know almonds aren’t the most exciting find in the world. However, if you’re vegan you’ll be excited to see how inexpensive almonds are at Costco. I use these for tasty sauces like my Vegan Almond Cream Sauce.
13. Dr. Praeger’s Organic California Veggie Burgers
Even though I’m not vegan, I love veggie burgers. They’re such an easy ready-made food to have on hand for busy evenings. These Veggie Burgers are gluten free and such a great price at Costco.
14. Tropicland Organic Riced Cauliflower
Riced Cauliflower is actually so delicious. I love how cheap the frozen riced cauliflower is at Costco. It’s a great easy food to keep on hand.
15. Seeds Of Change Organic Chia Kale & Rice
Even though I typically make food from scratch, I do like having a few easy products on hand just in case. These are great rice packets because they’re gluten free and have really healthy ingredients.
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