This post about gluten-free products at Costco contains affiliate links. It was last updated February 2020.
There are so many gluten-free products at Costco – I love shopping there!
Not only can I stock up on fresh (and often organic) vegetables fruits, fish and meats, but also I can always count on Costco to have a few exciting and delicious packaged gluten-free products for me.
In fact, I have discovered some amazing gluten-free products at Costco, ones that I continue to use even if Costco no longer carries them.
Nima Testing Kirkland Products
Before I share with you a list of products that are gluten-free that I have found at Costco, I also wanted to share with you a report I created called the Kirkland Gluten-Free Report.
I used my Nima Sensor to test these nine popular Kirkland products for gluten:
- Kirkland Organic Salsa (Medium)
- Kirkland Semi-Sweet Chocolate Chips
- Kirkland Milk Chocolate Raisins
- Kirkland Granulated California Garlic
- Kirkland Organic Tortilla Chips
- Kirkland Organic Chicken Stock
- Kirkland Almonds
- Kirkland Basil Pesto
- Kirkland Trail Mix
The Nima Sensor is a portable gluten-detecting device. You put a pea-sized amount of food into the sensor and in about 1-2 minutes, you’ll know if that item contains gluten.
You can download the full Kirkland Nima Tested report HERE.
Related Reading: 13 Things You Need to Know About the Nima Sensor
What’s Gluten-Free at Costco?
This is my attempt at sharing some of the many gluten-free finds I’ve found at Costco.
Please note that every Costco is different, and they change merchandise often.
Some of these gluten-free brands may not be available at your Costco. I shop at the Costco in Lone Tree, Colorado.
Pasta and Grains
There is always some sort of gluten-free pasta available at Costco. I love the Lotus Foods Rice Ramen, and it’s been in stock at Costco for quite awhile. I’ve also found that GoGo Quinoa Organic Macaroni or spaghetti are often in stock too.
I personally buy the big 10 lb bags of long grain rice at Costco. We go through it slowly by surely. Rice is a staple in our house. I’ve also found quinoa by truRoots at Costco.
For a long while, I found Canyon Bakehouse Gluten-Free Bread at Costco. You’d have to get two loaves of it (Costco makes you buy in bulk). I would typically use one for the week and freeze the other. However, on my last few visits, I did not see Canyon anywhere. Bummer.
Costco does, however, almost always carry a gluten-free bread. The one I recently picked up is from the Essential Baking Company.
You can find a few gluten-free cereals at Costco too. From time to time, I’ve seen Bob’s Red Mill Gluten-Free Oatmeal Cups, and well as Cheerios.
I also love the Birch Benders Paleo Pancake Mix, and Costco has had it in stock for a long while.
Unfortunately they recently started stocking the Keto mix by Birch Benders. Not good at all. Hoping the paleo mix will come back soon!
You can also load up on plenty of bars, nuts, seeds and other portable breakfast and snack foods.
For some reason, Costco always seems to be stocked up with gluten-free crackers. Maybe people love buying them? Here are some of the cracker brands I’ve spotted at Costco:
- Crunchmaster Rice Crackers
- Mary’s Gone Crackers
- Milton’s Gluten Free Crackers
- Simple Mills Fine Ground Sea Salt Crackers
Gluten-Free Snack Foods
Costco is the place to stock up on gluten-free snack foods. Here are some of the snack foods I’ve spotted at Costco over the years.
- Annie’s Organic Cinnabunnies
- Boulder Canyon Potato Chips
- Crunchy Rice Rollers by Bamboo Lane
- Hip Peas
- Kirkland brand squeeze apple sauces
- Made in Nature Nana Pops
- Paradise Green Mango Chips
- Popcorn by Popcornopolis
- That’s It fruit bars
- Yum Foods Fruit Snacks
I love a good, gluten-free dessert, and Costco always have some fun finds. There’s the mochi ice cream my family loves, as well as Tate’s Bake Shop chocolate chip cookies and there’s always a chocolate covered something to be found.
May I pay special homage to the Kirkland Brand Dark Chocolate Covered Almonds with Turbinado Sugar and Sea Salt. I’ve only found them around the winter holidays. When they’re in stock, I’m a happy mama!
Gluten-Free Baking Supplies
Costco is the place to stock up on your gluten-free baking supplies. Costco carries plenty of spices and I’ve even spotted Almond Flour by Honeyville on the shelves from time to time.
I personally love using Chosen Foods Avocado Oil and load up on it on each visit. It’s the best cooking oil around and is perfect for high-heat cooking. You can also find Chosen Foods Avocado Oil Spray now too.
Related Reading: Everything You Need to Know about Healthy Cooking Oils
I also use the Kirkland brand organic chicken stock, Kirkland brand maple syrup, and the raw honey.
Gluten-Free Refrigerated and Frozen Foods
Another spot in Costco to find gluten-free goodies is in the refrigerated and frozen foods section.
I’ve spotted favorite gluten-free brands such as Brazi Bites as well as Sabatasso’s gluten-free frozen pizzas. My family loves Sabatasso’s! You can also find frozen pizzas from Sonoma and Milton’s cauliflower crust gluten-free frozen pizzas at Costco.
Related Reading: Best Gluten-Free Frozen Pizzas – Nima and Taste Tested
From time to time, I’ve spotted gluten-free Eggo waffles, and Garden Lites gluten-free muffins in a variety of flavors.
I love that Costco now also carries Brew Dr. Kombucha and Suja Uber Greens cold pressed juices. I pick up these novelties from time to time.
Naturally Gluten-Free at Costco
Of course, Costco has an amazing selection of naturally gluten-free foods such as fresh vegetables, fruits, meats, fish, and cheeses. These products are always gluten-free and oh-so-fresh.
In fact, I think Costco carries some of the freshest meat, fish, fruits and vegetables around. Just be prepared to buy them all in bulk.
This list is updated from time to time as Costco adds new gluten-free products.