Epic Vegan Costco Shopping List
Adapted from a peta2 feature.
Question: What could possibly be more thrilling than the idea of delicious snacks without any animal-derived ingredients in them?
Answer: Jumbo-size packs of snacks without any animal-derived ingredients in them!
Try not to drool as you read the following list of vegan treats and foods that can be found in bulk at Costco. ?
If crackers are your snack of choice, you’re in luck. Costco carries everything from Triscuits and Wheat Thins to Ritz and Crunchmaster Multi-Grains.
No one does chips like Costco. It carries your basic tortilla chips—like Late July Snacks Sea Salt & Lime Tortilla Chips, Food Should Taste Good Multigrain Tortilla Chips, Stacy’s Pita Chips, and Tostitos Scoops!—but it doesn’t stop there.
There’s also an assortment of other kinds of chips, like Kettle Brand Potato Chips, Simply7 Barbeque Quinoa Chips, Harvest Snaps Snapea Crisps, and and Dang Coconut Chips.
You wouldn’t think that pretzels would get their own snack category until you realize that Costco carries multiple kinds—from Kirkland Signature peanut butter–filled pretzels to Snack Factory Pretzel Crisps.
From pine nuts to pistachios and everything in between, Costco rocks the nut selection.
Costco carries snack mixes like Made in Nature Apple Cinnamon Figgy Pops and Sahale Snacks fruit and nut mixes.
If you’re a healthy snacker, this will make your day: Costco has roasted and seasoned seaweed snacks, SkinnyPop popcorn, and crispy crunchy chickpeas.
It also has lots of fruity snacks, like dried mango slices, apple chips, mango-pomegranate-coconut chews, raisins, applesauce, and peach cups. It even carries prepackaged fresh fruit, such as apple and mango slices.
Costco’s granola bar game is strong—I’m talking Nature’s Bakery Fig Bar and Clif Bar strong.
Spreads and Dips
At Costco, there are options for crunchy and creamy lovers alike.
The hummus selection at Costco is nothing short of breathtaking. Oasis Naturals offers flavors like Cilantro Jalapeño, Spicy Red Pepper, and Chipotle. Kirkland Signature has its own prepackaged hummus snack packs, and Sabra doesn’t disappoint with its Roasted Pine Nut Hummus (*salivates profusely*).
We have a lot to work with in terms of Costco’s guacamole selection. It carries Good Foods Chunky Guacamole and Wholly Guacamole mini guac cups for healthy snacking on the go.
And for those who can’t decide between hummus and guac, Costco has spicy avocado hummus. (My mind was blown, too.)
I’m putting desserts before main dishes because I’m listing items in order of importance. Come on, just look at the Hail Mary lemon tarts and “accidentally vegan” apple pie.
No matter what your cookie preference is, you’re covered at Costco. It carries Belvita biscuits, Animal Crackers, and Biscoff cookies.
Costco has Justin’s peanut butter cups. Tell everyone you know!
It also has dark chocolate–covered coconut chips and Hershey’s Chocolate Syrup as well as chocolate bark thins and Belgian chocolate thins—because we all like to pretend that desserts with “thin” in the name are healthier.
Costco carries entire meals that are made without any animal-derived ingredients.
The Ajinomoto veggie yakisoba bowls are out of this world, and Don Lee Farms blesses the store with its veggie bowls that fulfill any lunch or dinner needs.
Yes, Gardein gets its own section, because vegan meats are everything, and no one does them better than Gardein. Its meatless Mandarin Crispy Chick’n and Golden Fishless Filets are nothing short of works of art.
Amy’s brand offers an Organic Lentil and an Organic Lentil Vegetable soup, which come in packs of eight, so you’ll never have to go without soup again.
Yep, curries—as in more than one. Costco has multiple kinds of vegan curry, from Maya Kaimal Coconut Curry to Sukhi’s Roasted Tomato Curry with Kale & Chickpeas.
Who doesn’t love a good ol’ Smuckers PB&J sans crust every once in awhile? And Dr Praeger’s vegan burgers are everything.
Costco carries several different potato dishes. Praise! It has potato knishes, Alexia sweet potato fries, and even hash browns.
If you don’t feel like whipping up something from scratch, Costco offers pasta dishes like green pea rotini and organic edamame spaghetti.
And if you’re like me and want your meals be ready in less than two minutes, it sells easy-to-make, delicious millet & brown rice ramen.
Costco pulls through with perfect additions to any vegan meal like Minsley Cooked Organic Brown Rice, Love Beets Organic Cooked Beets, and Seeds of Change Brown & Red Rice with Chia & Kale.
Please take a moment to appreciate their crispy eggless veggie spring rolls.
It also offers a seemingly endless array of vegan breads …
… fresh veggies and fruits …
… and even vegan beverages like coconut water, soda, and dairy-free milk.
Costco also carries miscellaneous vegan staples like coconut oil, croutons, and Vega protein powder for the muscle maniacs.
If you’re not a fan of in-store grocery shopping, here are vegan foods that are available for delivery from Costco.com. You’re welcome.
Happy (animal-free) snackin’ … in bulk!