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Keto and Low-Carb Products That Costco Customers Love

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Go Keto at Costco

A few years ago, going keto or low-carb would have meant cooking and preparing most meals or treats from scratch. Now there’s a whole industry focused on keto- and low-carb-approved foods and snacks that don’t throw those precious macros out of whack. Here are some of the best keto-based and carb-light finds to load up on at Costco. (Not a member? You can apply here.)


Prices and availability were researched online at Costco.com and via Instacart in early November and are subject to change.


Related: I Joined Costco. Here's What I Wasn't Expecting

Whisps Asiago and Pepperjack Cheese Crisps
Target

Whisps Asiago and Pepperjack Cheese Crisps

$24.99 (2 ct.)
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Arguably, you could bake these on your own. But for this price, just hand over the money and enjoy. This kettle-cooked, low-carb, high-protein, and gluten-free snack will keep the midday hunger pangs at bay. 


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Kirkland Signature Organic Virgin Coconut Oil
Costco

Kirkland Signature Organic Virgin Coconut Oil

$18.99
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For keto newbies, one pantry staple to have handy is coconut oil. It can be used to cook, grill, put in your coffee, or just to make fat bombs. It’s one of the easiest ways to increase your fat needs but not add any carbs to your diet. 


Related: 18 Best Chain Restaurants for Keto and Other Low-Carb Diets

Yupik Organic Hulled Hemp Hearts
Costco

Yupik Organic Hulled Hemp Hearts

$56.99 (3 ct.)
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Give the chia seed pudding the old heave-ho and start your day with a lower-carb hemp heart oatmeal instead. With higher protein and omega-6 content, these fiber-rich seeds can also be sprinkled over salads or used to bulk up a veggie burger or smoothie. 


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Kirkland Signature Bacon Crumbles
Costco

Kirkland Signature Bacon Crumbles

$10.99

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One of the best things about adopting a keto diet has to be not worrying about how much bacon you can enjoy. So feel free to enjoy these 100% real, super-crunchy bacon bits that have been naturally smoked.


Related: 22 Mouthwatering Bacon Dishes Across America 


Kirkland Signature Premium Extra Thick Steak Strips
Costco

Kirkland Signature Premium Extra Thick Steak Strips

$13.99
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These are cured and dried beef (so ready to eat out of the bag) and have smoke flavoring added. For keto eaters trying to get their protein levels up, they’re a great choice. Note: There are 4 grams of sugar per strip, so if you’re being extra careful about your macros, don’t go too crazy. 

Rastelli Antibiotic-Free Pork Bacon
Costco

Rastelli Antibiotic-Free Pork Bacon

$149.99 (12 ct.)
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This uncured, all-natural bacon is a keto dieter’s dream breakfast. Made from heritage pork belly slabs that are antibiotic- and nitrate-free with no added hormones, just a few of these, a fried egg, and bulletproof coffee will sort you until lunchtime.


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Whole Earth Erythritol & Monk Fruit Sugar Alternative
Costco

Whole Earth Erythritol & Monk Fruit Sugar Alternative

$11.18
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This combination of monk fruit and erythritol makes for a mild sugar substitute that’s less sweet than sugar and has zero calories. Pro tip: This combination makes for ​​an easy 1-to-1 sugar replacement. 

Keto Made Simple
Costco

No Sugar Keto Bars

$42.99 (24 ct.)

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Satisfy your sweet tooth with these no-sugar chocolate peanut butter bars that have just 3 grams of net carbs. With an ingredient breakdown of 75% healthy fats, 20% plant-based protein, and 5% net carbs, it’s hard to find a better keto snack or dessert. 


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Pederson Natural Farms Ground Beef
Costco

Pederson Natural Farms 100% Grass-Fed Organic Ground Beef

$129.99 (12 ct.)
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You may be eating more beef on keto, so if you care about the welfare of the food you consume, ​​you’ll approve of this product from a company that focuses on "natural meats raised with humane and environmentally safe practices." For these reasons alone, it’s worth paying just a little more for this 100% grass-fed beef.

WestEnd Cuisine Chicken Skewers
Costco

WestEnd Cuisine Mediterranean-Style Grilled Chicken Skewers

$20.99 (14 ct.)
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These fully cooked antibiotic-free chicken skewers make for a quick, low-carb meal that the kiddos will also enjoy. Pair it with a chunky avocado-based dip for extra flavor points. 

Nature's Garden Keto Snack Mix
Costco

Nature's Garden Keto Snack Mix

$29.99 (2 ct.)

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The best type of snack is one that combines a few different flavors and textures together. This crunchy trail mix is made up of cheddar cheese balls, almonds, pecans, pepitas, and more, and is beloved by devotees for being relatively low calorie and having just 2 grams of net carbs per serving. 


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Kiss My Keto Gummies
Costco

Kiss My Keto Gummies

$26.99 (24 ct.)

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Designed for low-carb and keto diets, these are gluten-free, made with MCT oil, sweetened by stevia, and come in apple, peach, and strawberry flavors. Give it a try, but note that while many reviewers love it, others say it has a somewhat chemical flavor.

Nu Trail Granola
Costco

Blueberry Cinnamon Low-Carb Keto Nut Granola

$17.40
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The beauty of granola is it’s an all-day food that you can have it at breakfast, as a dessert (just add whipped cream), or as a snack by the handful when you need a quick energy boost. Reviewers love that this keto version has fewer carbs than normal granola. 

Kirkland Signature Supreme Cauliflower Pizza
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Kirkland Signature Supreme Cauliflower Pizza

$14.92 (2 ct.)
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As food trade-offs go, forgoing pizza might be the hardest part of a keto diet. Good thing there’s cauliflower pizza. While it’s not the real deal, it comes close, and this Kirkland version crisps up nicely.

 

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HighKey Mini Chocolate Chip Cookies
Costco

HighKey Mini Chocolate Chip Cookies

$34.99 (2 ct.)
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These won’t be the cheapest snack in your pantry, but reviewers say they are delicious. Unlike a lot of keto snacks, this one tastes like the real cookie deal, and the best thing is they have just 1 gram of net carbs per serving.

Three Bridges Egg Bites
Costco

Three Bridges Egg Bites

$14.92 (4 ct.)
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With just 2 grams of net carbs and 24 grams of fat, this is a keto lover's dream breakfast. These egg bites with uncured bacon and three types of cheese are one tasty way to start the morning.