More Gluten Free at Costco!

I have been writing and reporting on gluten free finds at Costco for over two years now. Costco is my favorite place to find great deals on gluten free products. The types of product often vary from store to store. New gluten free products show up as others disappear from the Costco shelves.

Although many of the gluten free foods below are still in Costco, this post is a little older. Please visit my most recent Costco post, check out The Ultimate Gluten Free Costco Shopping Guide, complete with a printable Costco Shopping list.

I try to write about what I find to help you, but I would love if you could comment below about what gluten free foods you are finding in your local Costco Warehouse Stores.

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I am always happy to find a good gluten free deal, especially when it helps saves our family money. There are TONS of new products so make yourself comfortable and check them all out.


Long Kow Organic Vermicelli Noodles

Our family LOVES to make Asian foods and these gluten free vermicelli noodles are fabulous. These noodles were a big hit in our house. They are easy to make, and certified organic!

Harvest Stone Crackers

These crackers are made from brown rice and garbanzo beans. I normally don’t like bean crackers but these crackers were so light, I couldn’t tell they were bean based.

Popcornopolis Organic Popcorn Snacks

This is a popcorn I tried at the Fancy Foods show in San Francisco a year ago. Flavorful and delicious. My kids keep pestering me to buy more of this popcorn. Do you have this at your local Costco?

Go Raw Sunflower Snacks

These Go Raw Sunflower Snacks look good. I haven’t tried them but they are hugely popular in raw food communities.

Cliff Organic Bars

I had no idea Clif made a gluten free bar…we will be trying these out on my next work out. (*Update, my husband and I really like this bar because it isn’t too sweet. My kids were a little neutral, they like their bars super sweet.)


They were sampling these gluten free AND dairy free chocolate banana snacks. I need to think on these because they were good, though not as sweet as I would expect. They almost seemed more of a grown up snack.

Qia Superfood Snack Bars

Has anyone tried this snack bar? We haven’t tried it yet…my family isn’t sold on the whole quinoa thing enough for me to buy a box.

One Degree Brown Rice Crisps

I am envisioning these as a fun twist in a rice crispy treat. (*Update, my son went crazy for this cereal!)

Kettle Sweet Potato Chips

We all love these crisp sweet potato chips from Kettle because they are so crispy.

Organic Fruit Snacks

My kids were torn on these fruit snacks. Flavor-wise, they are really good. What my kids had a challenge with is that they are a bit slippery in texture.

Kirkland Turkey Breast

I guess it was only a matter of time before Kirkland started printing gluten free on product packaging.

Aidells Chicken Meatballs

My kids love these gluten free chicken meatballs with pasta.

Hope Organic Hummus

Have you tried this hummus from Hope? I love anything spicy. (*Update, my husband really likes this brand of hummus. They make several delicious hummus flavors, but our Costco only carries this one flavor.)

Pure Farms Smoked Pulled Pork

I haven’t tried this yet, but I like it is a more natural alternative.

Columbus Turkey Deli Meat

This deli meat is great for school lunches.

Sugar House Maple Chicken Sausage

And lastly, chicken maple sausage from Sugarhouse. These sausages are one I need to try as I like how easy it would be to make these in the morning.

And there you have the whole list of new gluten free product finds! These are only the new products, there are a lot more gluten free products I have written about in my other two Costco articles.

Check out the Costco articles I have written. Both are filled with gluten free finds!

Costco article #1

Costco article #2

Don’t Leave Hungry! Check Out Some of My Yummy Gluten Free Recipes!!





  1. Wow! There are a lot of products at your Costco that haven’t made their way up to Alaska (like the vermicelli noodles.) My doctor told me to eat gluten free (among other things like removing soy as much as possible) for a few weeks to heal my gut and maybe help with my thyroid and it’s been interesting looking for products I can eat AND afford. Costco is one of our top places for grocery items as the price is so much better.

    • I have so many friends who are gluten free because of hypo-thyroid. I hope going gluten free works for you as it did for my friends. It is a shame doctors don’t tell thyroid patients to look at gluten free as an option. I am a Costco addict. I am glad they are up there in AK so you have some good options 🙂 Thank you so much for stopping by Laura, it is nice to meet you.

      • I was diagnosed with hyperthyroidism and found an article that related Graves’ disease to Celiac- several family members with celiac so I gave it a shot- I’ve been gluten free ever since and asymptomatic with no meds!

  2. Michele says:

    Our Denver area Coscos always have either almond meal (flour) or coconut flours available at great prices. I have also seen Milton’s crackers, which are addictive. And, of course, their rotisserie chickens are gluten free.

    Off the subject re: Costco. I always find great gluten free cookies and snacks in the food aisle at TJ Maxx and Home Goods. The variety changes quickly, so if you find something you like, be sure to go back and buy more the next day or so.

  3. Michele says:

    sorry, Costco was on my mind, or on auto corrects mind. My real email is listed below

  4. I know it has been a long time since the last comment on this article, but I was diagnosed 6 mos. ago and want to thank you for your Costco lists and other resources – thank you!

    I also want to share that their Cashew Clusters are amazingly delicious (but totally addictive). We were eating them before my diagnosis, and I almost cried when I saw “gluten free” on the package and realized I could keep eating them.

    My blood test numbers haven’t come down as much as my doctor hoped, so I am also eliminating oats. These don’t include oats, so I chop them up and use them as a substitute for granola, sprinkling for instance on fruit salad or yogurt.

    Thanks again!

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