If you haven't shopped at your local Costco store, you are in for a big surprise. Costco carries a TON of great gluten free foods. Buying in bulk at Costco can help you save a lot of money. Print out my handy shopping guide so you know what to look for!
Note, this is a long post. Costco has so many gluten free products. I encourage you to use the Table of Contents below this photo to help you navigate through to find what you are lookin for!
- Gluten Free Costco
- Costco Gluten Free Bread
- Costco Gluten Free Pasta Brands
- Costco Gluten Free Granola
- Costco Gluten Free Protein Bars
- Costco Snacks
- Costco Gluten Free Cookies
- Costco Gluten Free Crackers
- Costco Gluten Free Prepared Meals
- Gluten Free Chips at Costco
- Gluten Free Miscellaneous Foods at Costco
- Costco Gluten Free Desserts
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Gluten Free Costco
Groceries are expensive and gluten free food tends 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. If you are sticking to a budget, you can find more tips for living gluten free on a budget!
PRINT THIS HANDY SHOPPING LIST TO TAKE TO COSTCO WITH YOU! (Just click the link below!)
(*NOTE: I just found out that Costco's Rotisserie Chicken is gluten free. It says it on the package too! So YAY!! There is NO gluten in Costco chicken (Rotisserie!) We had it last night with several gluten free friends and nobody reacted!! I will get it added to the shopping list soon so just pencil it in for now.)
Costco Gluten Free Bread
Some Costco stores sell Udi's Gluten free bread in the freezer section. Others sell twin packs of this Franz Gluten Free Bread in shelf stable packaging. Which does your store carry?
Costco Gluten Free Pasta Brands
- 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.)
- 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? You can try my recipe for Gluten Free Ramen, there is even a video to show you how to make it.
- These Organic Manitou Rice Noodles are new at Costco and are perfect for making Asian dishes! Give it a try in this easy Gluten Free Beef and Broccoli recipe.
- Go Go Quinoa Organic Macaroni Pasta...I didn't buy this gluten free pasta. I am wondering if this gluten-free quinoa pasta will stay a la dente. Has anyone tried this new gluten free Costco pasta?
- I bought these Healthy Noodle noodles to try. My kids HATED them. These are supposed to be fat free, zero carb...let me know what you think!
Costco Gluten Free Granola
There are lots of gluten free granola recipes on my blog that you can make at home. It is so much cheaper to make your own, but buying granola at Costco can also save you money buying it in bulk!
- Safe Fair Birthday Cake Granola - there out to be a law against this granola because it is so YUMMY that it is easy to overeat it!
- Autumn's Gold Paleo Granola - this new grain-free granola from Autumn Gold is really good and not too sweet. If you want to try making your own paleo granola, it is really easy to make from scratch with this Paleo Granola recipe.
- Purely Elizabeth Granola - I like this brand. It is for sale at most grocery stores, but buying this in bulk is definitely the cheapest way to go.
- Chex Granola - 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. Is this gluten free granola at your Costco?
- Nature's Own has a new gluten free granola. I haven't tried this brand, but if you love granola...let me know what you think. You can also make homemade granola in just minutes with this easy Cinnamon Granola recipe.
Costco Gluten Free Protein Bars
- The Perfect Bar - These are by far our family's favorite gluten free protein bars. (Note, 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.
- Wella Bars - Here is a new gluten free protein bar from Ella. These are in the refrigerated section of Costco so they aren't in the usual place. I am going to buy these and I will let you know what we think. I suspect these gluten free bars will be good in a school lunchbox!
- Nogi Bars - Another new item this month! I did buy these protein bars and I really like them. They are the perfect pick me up in the afternoon. These protein bars are chocolate coated and taste like a candy bar.
- Pro Bars Fuel - 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.
- Square Bars - Have you tried these Organic Protein Bars from Square Organics? Update, I tried these protein bars! They come in mint, coconut, peanut butter, and chocolate. My whole family loved them. These Square Organics protein bars are perfect in a school lunch box!
- From The Ground Up - Surprisingly, these fun gluten free cauliflower snack sticks are pretty tasty! Even my kids liked them.
- Organic Bin Bin Rice Crackers - I haven't tried these but I imagine they would be great with my Roasted Eggplant and Red Pepper Dip recipe.
- Inno Foods Coconut Clusters - I LOVE these and I buy a big bag every time I visit Costco. These Coconut Clusters at Costco are crazy addictive so consider yourself warned. I ate a good portion of the bag driving home. Just watch the chia seeds, they can get stuck in your teeth.
- Paleo Bites - Our Costco also now has some grain-free goodies like these Paleo Bites.
- Two Moms - Two Moms in the Raw granola bars. Our Costco gets a few different products by Two Moms in the Raw...it seems to alternate what they have each month.
- Lotus Foods Tamari Rice Crackers - I haven't tried these yet so if you tried them, leave a comment and let us know how they taste!
- Figgy Pops - Another NEW product, Figgy Pops. These are little energy bites. Has anyone tried this gluten free product?
- Made Good - The people that invented Made Good Granola Bites is just genius. This product has tons of hidden veggies inside, and they taste like granola cookies. Your kids will have no idea these are healthy!!
- Yes Peas - New are these pea chips by Yes Peas! Our store had a Himalayan salt flavor.
- Acai Bowls - These make a great snack or even breakfast! You can also make your own homemade acai bowls quite easily!
Costco Gluten Free Cookies
Click here to view my gluten free cookie and gluten free dessert bar recipes.
- Sejoyia Lemon Crisps - These are a delicious light cookie our whole family loved. They are super thin, so they have fewer calories.
- Sun Tropics Coconut Rolls - These are my all-time favorite cookie, now in a gluten free version. They also come in a salted caramel flavor!!
- Tates Bake Shop - 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.
- Heavenly Chunks - I haven't tried these yet but they look really delicious.
- French Macarons - These are in the refrigerated section and taste great. You can also make your own homemade French Macarons, it really is easy with my step by step directions!
- Nothin But - Nothinbut Granola Cookies. These gluten free cookies look like they would be great for a school lunch box.
- Coco-Roons - Certified Gluten Free Coco-Roons Cookies. These raw treats are healthy and delicious. My kids love the lemon flavor best.
Costco Gluten Free Crackers
- Sonoma Creamery - These are the best cheese crisp crackers I have tried. They are perfect for snacking.
- Crunchmaster - One of the first gluten free cracker brands, these are delicious and one of the healthier cracker options.
- Simple Mills - These are my kids' favorite. They are made with almond flour and are great with cheese. Costco has a ton of great gluten free cheeses!
- Whisps - This is another cheese crisp cracker. I haven't tried it yet.
- Mary's Gone Crackers - These seed crackers are one of my personal favorites.
Costco Gluten Free Prepared Meals
These prepared meals definitely save you time in the kitchen. If you have some time to cook, here are some awesome meal recipes, many of which are ready in under 30 minutes.
LOTS of new gluten free prepared meals at our Costco this month!!
- Bakery on Main - These handy gluten free oatmeal cups are so easy. Just add water.
- Kevin's Paleo - This chicken is available at many grocery stores now, but it is so much cheaper in bulk at Costco. My whole family loves them.
- Caesar Kitchen Lemon Chicken Piccata - Has anyone tried this new prepared meal?
- Beyond Burger - These are great for a quick and easy dinner.
- Amylu - These chicken burgers are stuffed with kale and mozzarella.
- Milton's Cauliflower Pizzas - Another great easy dinner.
- Texas Tamale Company - Chicken tamales are in the refrigerated section.
- Kirkland Precooked Brown Rice and Quinoa is a huge time saver.
- Saffron Road makes a lot of great Indian prepared meals. Many are also vegan.
- Loma - Plant-based chipotle bowls.
- Three Bridges Egg Bites - Bacon and Cheese Egg Bites by Three Bridges make a great grab and go breakfast.
- Sipping Snack - These Bone Broth packets just need water to make a nutritious bone broth. Bone broth makes a great base for soup, or sip any time.
- Bibigo - This prepared rice is so quick to heat up. Use it as a side dish, or make these yummy Mango Dessert Sushi.
- Don Lee Cauliflower Bites - I bet these new Organic Cauliflower Bites would make a great appetizer for game day, or any get together. I will pick these up and see how my kids like them. Here are even more appetizer recipes if you prefer to make your own!
- CedarLane Steel Cut Oats Bowls - Quick and easy for breakfast! These steel-cut oats by Cedar Lane would make a great quick and easy gluten free breakfast.
- Here is a new soup at Costco. It is by Biount and it is a Chicken Ginseng Soup...look for it in the refrigerated section.
- Cooking Made Easy - Thai Chicken
- Chicken Tikka Masala - pair with the pre-cooked rice above!
- Chicken skewers - These are in the refrigerated section and they are great on salads!
- Atkins Lamb Shanks - Just heat and serve.
- Chicken Burrito Bowls - These are great to bring to work for lunch. I bought these to try out. My teens loved them...I was a little less enthused.
- Black Bean Burgers - Another easy dinner idea for vegans. Has anyone tried them yet?
- Vegetarian Veggie Bites - Another new item at our local Costco.
- Del Real Pork Tamales - These are at our grocery stores, but again they are much cheaper in bulk at Costco
- Del Real Carnitas - These are great for tacos and enchiladas!
- Stuffed Grape Leaves - I haven't tried these but I bet they would make a great appetizer.
- Sukhi's Curry - Another great quick and easy dinner. 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?
- These angus steak tips by Mission Hill Bistro look like a great dinner if you need dinner in a hurry. Please let us know if you get a chance to try them. If you have a slow cooker, you may want to make this easy Pot Roast recipe. It has only 5 simple ingredients and can cook all day while you are at work.
- Chicken strips are great to add to salads. 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 :-(.
Sonoma Flatbreads Chicken and Kale Flatbread look really good. I bought them so I will have to report back how they taste!
No photo, but Costco has Pupusas! I can't believe these pupusas are gluten free. We really liked these pupusas. They are really handy to pack and take for lunch if you have access to a microwave!
Another with no photo...the cranberry almond chicken salad by GoodFoods looks healthy and delicious. A few readers commented below if you want to know if this is good. I have received so many reader comments about this gluten free chicken salad at Costco. Half of you like this, and half of you don't. What do you think?
For my vegan readers. Costco now carries 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.
Gluten Free Chips at Costco
- Rhythm Kale Chips - Rhythms Kale Chips in cool ranch. I tried these at the San Francisco Fancy Foods Show and really liked them. These kale chips by Brad's may be a great way to get our kids to like it too. Let me know what you think! If you want to get your kids to eat fresh kale, give this Kale and Apple Salad recipe a try.
- Dang Chips - Dang is making a sticky rice chip...I haven't tried it yet but it definitely looks interesting.
- Brad's Crunch Kale Chips - Another kale chip. Has anyone tried it?
- Everything Pretzels - These chips by Gratify are really good!
- Kettle Chips - Costco carries several of Kettle's chips.
- Late July - These tortilla chips are one of our favorites.
Gluten Free Miscellaneous Foods at Costco
- Oscar Meyer - Gluten free turkey lunch meat.
- Veggies Made Great - These muffins are so good! They are great as a breakfast or snack.
- Brazi Bites - If you love cheese bread, these are really good. You bake them for 15 minutes.
- Popcornopolis - Kettle corn in individual bags. They are great in a lunch box.
- BirchBenders - Paleo pancake mix. Grain free and refined sugar free.
- Fun salad toppers - Has anyone tried these?
- Field Trip Beef Jerky - This is a great brand and it is a lot cheaper to buy at Costco vs Whole Foods!
- Pork rinds by 4505 Chichabrones
- Sabatino's Paleo Sausage - I tried these and felt they were just okay, not great.
- Lorissa Kitchen Beef Jerky - Another great jerky option.
- Silva Sausage - We liked this brand though my son had a hard time with spinach in a sausage :-).
- Amylu Chicken Sausage - These are more breakfast style and we didn't like them.
There is a new peanut-free peanut butter by NuttZo. It is filled with nuts and seeds and has a crunchy texture.
Costco Gluten Free Desserts
I probably should have this section at the top of the post, you know I am all about gluten free desserts!!
- Kirkland Ice Cream Bars - Kirkland is their store brand. The ice cream bars are seriously high quality and it wouldn't surprise me if Haagen Dazs didn't make them.
- Kulfi Bars - These are ice cream bars. I haven't tried them yet.
- Haagen Dazs - These are so decadent!
- Sun Tropics Rice Pudding - Has anyone tried them? I am typically a sucker for tapioca pudding, but my family enjoys my Caramel Tapioca Pudding recipe store-bought, so there is no desire to buy this 🙂
- These new almond butter chocolate cups by Chocxo are really good. Perfect if you have to avoid peanuts! These chocolate cups are also certified gluten free!
- NEW! This chocolate mousse from Sweetaly was very tempting. Has anyone tried it yet? I have yet to make a homemade chocolate mousse, but I have made a Raspberry Mousse get gets rave reviews.
If you are looking for something sweet, click here to view my gluten free dessert recipes.
Again, if you spy something gluten free at your Costco, please leave a comment and let us all know.
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