20 Vegan Costco Finds That Make The Membership Worth It!
Recently, a Costco opened up just down the street from our house and we were SUPER excited! I’d heard that they have some great vegan products, and once we joined and had a look we were NOT disappointed!
You can listen to us discuss our great vegan Costco shopping finds or read on for a summary of what we found. We also discuss some products that were recommended by our amazing community, The Peas and Carrots Society.
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Our Vegan Costco Finds!
Before we get into our 20 favorite vegan Costco finds, please note that selections may vary based on your particular location. When possible, we’ve also included links to the items on Amazon, so that if your location doesn’t carry a particular product (or you’re currently not a Costco member) you still have an option to purchase it.
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That said, grab your cart and let’s get shopping at vegan Costco!
20 Awesome Vegan Costco Products
1. Annie's Organic Cinnamon Rolls
Who doesn’t love the smell of cinnamon rolls in the oven in the morning? How about the smell of some VEGAN cinnamon rolls? Annie’s Homegrown products have been some of our favorites, including their delicious cinnamon rolls. No Costco near you? No problem! You can order Annie’s Cinnamon Rolls on Amazon.
3. Beyond Meat's Beyond Burger Plant-Based Patties
We know that some folks don’t like faux meats, and it’s totally cool if they aren’t your thing. But for those transitioning to or even considering trying a plant-based diet, some good vegan burgers might help understand that life without eating meat is totally possible.
Beyond Meat is making some great strides in the plant-based meat space. What’s great is that many restaurants are serving them too. With 20 grams of protein they’re definitely worth a try!
4. Hope Spicy Avocado Hummus
If you love hummus, here’s a LOT of it! Since Larissa doesn’t like avocado or spicy food, I didn’t buy this one myself because it would be way too much for just me. The good news is, it’s also available on Amazon, where you can buy a much smaller container of Hope Spicy Avocado Hummus.
5. Royal Asia Vegetable Spring Rolls
If you’re a fan of Asian food, this one’s for you! While I hadn’t heard of the Royal Asia brand, I went ahead and took a chance, and I’m glad I did!
We made them in the air fryer so they were nice and crispy. The sauce the rolls come with is kind of meh but that is definitely not a deal breaker for me. They taste great as-is.
6. Kirkland Organic Quinoa
7. Miyoko's Vegan Butter
You might have heard that Miyoko’s recently won a lawsuit against the California Department of Food and Agriculture for the right to use the word “dairy” on its vegan products.
In addition to setting an awesome precedent for vegan products, Miyoko’s also creates some darn good food. You can find their cultured vegan butter at Costco.
8. KinjaBang Noodles
I’d never heard of Kinjabang Noodles before spotting these at Costco. I’d been looking for plant-based healthier ramen noodle bowls, so I’m glad I decided to check these out.
These ramen noodle bowls take just a few minutes to heat in the microwave, so they’re great for lunch at the office.
Personally, I’d probably take a bit of tofu to heat up with it for a more filling meal.
9. Seeds of Change Organic Quinoa
10. Beyond Meatballs
I grew up with spaghetti and meatballs as a family dinner favorite, so I was glad to see that there are a lot of great vegan options for meatballs these days.
These Beyond Meatballs are delicious and are soy- and gluten-free. A great addition to your pasta dishes!
11. Nature's Path Pumpkin Flax Granola
Nature’s Path Pumpkin Flax Granola is one of my favorite granola snacks. Made with whole grain oats, pumpkin seeds, flaxseeds, and cinnamon, it a great healthy snack option or oatmeal/ yogurt topper.
12. Fountain of Health Extra Firm Tofu
Plant-based milks are abundant these days. The So Delicious dairy-free milk brand has been around for a while, so they definitely know what they are doing when it comes to plant-based milk. Their products are among our community’s favorites.
Be sure to check out our video where Larissa shows you how to press and marinate tofu.
13. So Delicious Organic Coconut Milk
Plant-based milks are abundant these days. The So Delicious brand has been around for a while, so they definitely know what they are doing when it comes to plant-based milk. Their products are among our community’s favorites.
14. Morningstar Veggie Sausage Patties
Sausage and eggs is one of my favorite breakfasts. I’ve tried several brands and Morningstar is one of my favorites. Yes, I bought a 32-pack, so I won’t need to buy any for awhile!
16. Kirkland Guacamole
I LOVE avocados, and guacamole is one of my favorite things to make at home. However since Larissa doesn’t like it, it can go to waste. That’s why I like to buy it in snack–size servings when possible.
I found these guacamole snack-sized cups by Kirkland that are perfect size for a small, healthy snack to use on a piece of toast with my favorite tortilla chips.
20. Organic Fruits and Veggies
I’ll admit that I didn’t really think Costco would be a great place to get organic fruits and vegetables. Boy, was I pleasantly surprised to see so many organic options. There was plenty of fresh fruit and organic veggies to choose from.
21. Bonus Item!
While Larissa and I were at Costco, we also picked up this 4-piece kitchen bin set by iDesign.
We’ve talked about the importance of kitchen organization because if you can’t find your food, you can’t eat it and it is more likely to go to waste.
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We hope this list of 20 awesome vegan Costco finds has inspired you to check it out. Whether you’re looking for prepared foods, delicious snacks, or fresh veggies for your vegan meals, chances are, you’ll find it here. In our opinion, it’s completely worth it!
Be sure to also check out our awesome vegan finds at Trader Joe’s.