I started this blog in 2013 to help those who need to be gluten-free. Please check out my family-friendly recipes and gluten-free desserts if you have time. I would also invite you to comment with the gluten free foods you found at Costco. There are tons of readers who have written and shared what they found in their own local Costco store.
I am lucky to have three Costco stores in my area. We have two in San Jose and one in Santa Clara nearby.
Usually, they have the same foods, but every now and then things are a little different. These finds today are from the Coleman Costco in San Jose. It is just minutes from the San Jose Airport. I like this location best because it is never crazy busy like the other Costco stores. (Well, except over the holidays, then no Costco is easy!)
It seems like more and more people are shopping at Costco to save money. Gluten free food is expensive so I am always on the hunt to find new ways to save money on gluten-free groceries. Buying in bulk at Costco can help you reduce your grocery costs quite a bit. Costco has gluten free foods all over the store! And even better, they are always bringing in new and tasty foods to try.
If you are looking for your local Costco, here is a store locator!
Groceries are expensive and gluten-free products tend to cost more than other grocery items. Our family loves to save money buying in bulk at Costco and fortunately, Costco has a great selection of gluten-free products for us to choose from.
Products will vary from store to store (even within the same city) and below are the gluten-free products available in our area that could be available in yours too.
If you spy something gluten-free at your Costco, please leave a comment and let us all know.
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Gluten Free Pastas
Rice Ramen. This is NEW at my Costco in San Jose, CA. I love that there is a gluten free ramen option. Has anyone seen this in their local Costco yet?
Go Go Quinoa Organic Macaroni Pasta…I didn’t pick this gluten free pasta up. I am wondering if this gluten free pasta will stay a la dente. Has anyone tried this new Costco pasta?
Edamame Spaghetti. I have a sample of this, but I have yet to try it. (Update, we finally tried this pasta. It is easy to over-cook this pasta so pull it out of the boiling water a little earlier than you would normally.)
Hodo Soy has become pretty popular here in the Bay Area. They are local and sell in some of the farmer’s markets.
Gluten Free Snacks
Another NEW product, Figgy Pops. These are little energy bites.
ProBar Fuel. This is a paleo friendly sports bar. I picked up a bag to try on bike rides to see if it gives me a boost.
The people that invented Made Good Granola Bites is just genius. This product has tons of veggies in it, and they taste like cookies. Your kids will have no idea these are healthy!!
The Perfect Bar. These are by far our family’s favorite gluten-free protein bars. (They have to be refrigerated because they have egg white protein.) They come in Peanut Butter, Almond Butter, and a fun Cranberry Rice Puffy Crisp. Still here in 2017!!
Gluten Free Chex Granola Mix. Our Costco had this for a few months, then it was gone. It was fun to sprinkle in yogurt. This is no longer at our Costco as of February 2017.
Two Moms in the Raw granola bars.
Gluten Free Cookies and Crackers
Click here to view my gluten-free cookie and gluten-free dessert bar recipes.
I love that Walkers Shortbread is now available in a gluten free option. These are delish!
Certified Gluten Free Coco-Roons Cookies. These raw treats are healthy and delicious. My kids love the lemon flavor best.
Tate’s Gluten-Free Cookies. These are a great cookie. I also think Tate’s makes these under the Trader Joe’s label as well. Our Costco is sold out of these Tate’s Gluten-Free Cookies, but you CAN find these under Trader Joe’s private label.
Nothinbut Granola Cookies. These gluten free cookies look like they would be great for a school lunch box.
Gluten Free Prepared Meals
I can’t believe these pupusas are gluten free. These are in my freezer and I will report back soon to let you know how they taste. (*Update, we really liked these pupusas. They are really handy to pack and take for lunch if you have access to a microwave!)
This cranberry almond chicken salad by GoodFoods looks healthy and delicious. A few readers commented below if you want to know if this is good.
Hodo Soy also makes a gluten-free tofu burger. Most meatless burgers have wheat so these are a great option if you want to have a vegetarian option.
If you want an option that isn’t vegetarian, click here to try my Grilled Lamb with Leeks and Fennel recipe.
Del Real Foods made delicious tamales that are gluten free. This is worth picking up if you need quick meal options.
Organic Veggie Bites are a kid-friendly healthy snack.
Another gluten free product from Del Real…Gluten Free Carnitas. These are perfect in tortillas.
Stuffed Grape Leaves. I LOVE Mediterranean foods, has anyone tried these yet?
Sukhi’s Curry Meals. I haven’t tried these prepared meals, but we have tried several of their jarred Indian sauces by the same company. My kids prefer the mild flavors so I don’t buy the spicier sauces often. My Costco still carries these as of February 2017.
Stuffed Chicken by Vicky’s Kitchen. I haven’t tried this but it is certified gluten free. Fill in a comment below if you have tried these so other readers will know if these are worth purchasing! I didn’t see this one last week. Did you try it?
Gluten Free Meats
Certified gluten free sausage by Silva. My son loved this gluten free chicken sausage. It is organic and makes an amazing easy lunch.
Sugarhouse Maple Chicken Sausage are so good for breakfast. Have you tried these gluten free sausages from Costco?
Columbus Deli Meats are also gluten free.
Oscar Meyer is touting its gluten free turkey breast deli meat. This is good and my kids like to have this turkey sandwich meat in their lunchboxes. Still at Costco in February 2017.
Nature Raised Grilled Gluten Free Chicken Strips. These are really good and I find they are perfect for dinner in a hurry by making chicken tacos out of them. I loved these but unfortunately, our Costco sold out of these quickly :-(.
Does anyone’s local Costco have these still? I so miss these convenient chicken strips!
Gluten Free Chips
Rhythms Kale Chips in cool ranch. I tried these at the San Francisco Fancy Foods Show and really liked them. I could almost get my daughter to eat these :-). Still at Costco 2-2017.
Calbee Spinach and Kale Corn Chips. My kids wouldn’t touch this but it was really good dipped in hummus. These were not in our local Costco 2-2017.
Harry’s Organic Tapioca Pudding is a nice snack or dessert.
I am typically a sucker for tapioca pudding, but my family enjoys my Caramel Tapioca Pudding recipe over store bought, so there is no desire to buy this 🙂
If you are looking for something sweet, click here to view my gluten-free dessert recipes.
I have tried several of Popcornopolis flavors, this Kettle Corn is definitely my favorite.
These gluten-free parmesan crisps by Sonoma Creamery look really great for entertaining! (These are addictive so buy with caution. They are sooo good!)
This gluten free smoothie mix by Essential Living Foods is new. Has anyone tried this yet?
Lastly, Go Raw often has something good at our Costco. These pumpkin seeds will be perfect for fall.
Again, if you spy something gluten free at your Costco, please leave a comment and let us all know.
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Here are Some of My Most Popular Gluten Free Cookie Recipes to Check Out!