When is the last time you have visited your local Costco Wholesale Warehouse? I love our Costco on Coleman Avenue in San Jose. The lines are short (weekdays!) and they have an ever growing selection of organic and gluten free foods. I couldn’t resist pulling out my camera to take a photo journey through the aisles.
*Here are two updated Costco Gluten Free Products lists for 2016
Newest Costco Gluten Free Products (1/2016)
New Gluten Free Costco Finds (8/2016)
**And click here to see another post with even MORE gluten free products at Costco, updated 5/14/15!!
On my recent trip, here are all of the gluten free goodies I found:
(Please be patient with this post. It is HUGE and there are a lot of photos.)
Suhki’s is a growing company in the Bay Area and you can find their sauces for sale at many local farmer’s markets. I love their sauces because they have great flavor, and are always gluten free.
Sabra hummus is always a great healthy choice.
Maya Kaimal Indian Simmer Sauces, which I reviewed recently here.
If you like tofu, these gluten free Thai tofu nuggets from Hodo Soy will be a perfect addition for you.
Amazing Brazilian cheese bread from P De Q. My kids couldn’t get enough of these. They bake up in just 10 minutes!
Kinder’s BBQ sauce is one of our family’s favorites. You can read my review here.
Gluten free teriyaki sauce by Organicville. We have used this marinade and it is really good to marinade chicken!
We have always love Aidell’s sausage, but this new bacon, mushroom, and Swiss cheese flavor is our family’s new favorite!
Gluten free Krave jerky.
My kids’ favorite jerky, EVER. These Costco brand steak strips are gluten free!
Gluten free whole grain pasta by Tru Roots. (This is not my kids favorite pasta, but it does hold its shape well.)
My favorite gluten free bread by The Essential Baking Company. You can read my review of it here.
Over sized giant Udi’s slices. The slices of bread are twice as big as regular Udi’s allowing you to have a normal sized sandwich.
If sugary cereal is your thing, you can get big bulk sized Enviro Kids Choco Chimp boxes at Costco.
Beanitos are a fabulous gluten free chip made with beans.
Multigrain chips from Food Should Taste Good are my husband’s favorite.
Two varieties of gluten free chips from Late July.
Gluten free bars by Pure
Gluten free Kind bars.
Larabars are a family favorite for hikes.
Mary’s Gone Crackers. These come in two pouches so they don’t go stale too soon.
I couldn’t resist adding this one. Jelly Belly’s are one of my favorite treats 🙂 .
I am sure there are a TON more gluten free options at Costco. The next time I go I will try to slow down and check out a lot more labels.
Does your Costco have a gluten free favorite that our store doesn’t have? Please let me know!