If you’re vegan and you shop at Costco then you need this list of 51 Costco vegan products! Every item on my shopping list is label-checked, taste-tested, and picky husband-approved!
This post is not sponsored by Costco but it does contain Amazon affiliate links. These are the Costco vegan products that I buy and use on a regular basis.
I recently shared a list of my favorite organic + vegan products at Trader Joe’s— not just a list of ALL the vegan products at TJ’s but a list of the vegan products that I actually buy and use. So many of you reached out and told me how much it helped you to have a realistic shopping list for Tj’s that I thought sharing my Costco vegan products shopping list would also be helpful to you!
If you want to see what I buy at Whole Foods, check out this list –> The BEST Whole Foods Vegan Products!
Please leave a comment if there are any other stores you’d like to see vegan shopping lists for!
I do a majority of my grocery shopping at three stores with occasional trips to Whole Foods and Sprouts. I buy bulk items at Costco, organic produce at a local market, and specific products (inexpensive organic vegan wine, coconut aminos, my favorite vegan granola bars) at Trader Joe’s when I can make a trip there.
Even though you have to buy a membership to shop at Costco ($60 for one year), I still think it’s worth it because they offer lots of perks in addition to low prices.
- Their return policy is awesome! You don’t even need to bring your receipt because they can look it up on your account.
- Members can get cheaper gas at the Costco gas station.
- Travel discounts ($$$ Costco cash card) when you book through them. We’ll definitely be using Costco travel to book our Disney cruise this year! (Thinking about booking a Disney cruise? I shared all the details of our magical 7-night Disney cruise on the Fantasy in this post.)
- Discounts on movie tickets and restaurant gift cards.
- Product samples to snack on while you shop!
I’ve done a lot of price comparison research on the following organic + vegan products and Costco -by far- has the best prices. That’s why it’s worth it to me to buy things in bulk because we’re on a budget and I cut every corner possible so we can afford all of the fresh organic produce that we could possibly eat. Here are 27 Cheap vegan meals you can make on a budget if you need some inspiration!
Let’s get to it! The following list has all of my favorite Costco vegan products that I really buy and use on a regular basis. Have you tried any of them? Did I miss any of your favorite vegan products?
Note – Costco’s products tend to vary by store and they also seem to go through a seasonal rotation on products so don’t be surprised if you don’t find all of these products at your local store today but they might pop up in a few months!
My Favorite Costco Vegan Products
1 – Organic Coconut Clusters
These coconut clusters are insanely delicious and addicting! I bought it with the intentions of sprinkling it over rawnola bowls that we like for breakfast but it’s so tasty on its own that we end up just snacking on it right out of the bag.
2 – Organic Quinoa
This is the best price I’ve found for organic quinoa anywhere! The price occasionally goes down to $8.99, so if you see that– stock up! What makes this quinoa even better is that it’s already washed, so it saves you a step while you’re cooking!
3 – Organic Brown Rice
We eat a lot of brown rice and this is a great price! It’s inexpensive, it’s versatile, and it goes with so many recipes–> Try this spicy vegan sausage and peppers rice skillet, it’s fantastic!
Note – If you’re worried about weevils growing in a bag of rice this big, just pop it in the freezer for 24 hours (or store it there indefinitely, that’s what I do) and any eggs that are already in the rice will die.
4 – Amy’s Organic Soups Multipack
I make an effort to cook everything from scratch but sometimes you just need something that’s already cooked. We live in Florida, and last September, we lost power for one week after Hurrican Irma hit. We practically lived off these soups during that week…in case you were wondering, they’re delicious hot or cold, and the cans are BPA-free.
I hope you never need this list but just in case you have to deal with a hurricane one day, check out this list of 30 non-perishable vegan staples you should stock up on for a hurricane.
Amy’s soups are much more expensive when you buy them individually so this is a great deal to have a ready-to-eat item on hand just in case you need it.
5 – Banza Chickpea Pasta
I’ve tried a lot of gluten-free pastas and so far, chickpea flour noodles are my favorite! They hold their shape, taste like a regular noodle, and they’re loaded with protein!
Not sure what to make? Try making super creamy vegan mac and cheese with these noodles!
6 – Mariani Organic Pitted Dates
I also like to cut the date in half, add a dollop of peanut butter, then dip the stuffed date in melted dark chocolate and freeze it until set. You can thank me later…it’s AMAZING!
7 – Organic Fire Roasted Red Peppers
I like to have a jar of these fire roasted red peppers in the pantry at all time! I like to blend them up into a sauce for pasta or slice them and put them in wraps or on sandwiches. It’s a huge jar and you can do so much with them!
Not sure what to make with fire-roasted red peppers? Try this recipe for 15-minute fire roasted red pepper pasta!
8 – Organic Sweet Pickled Beets
If you like beets you have to try these pickled beets! They’re so sweet and tangy, we are obsessed– I even got my mom hooked on them too! I always add a few to our salads or we just eat a couple slices as a snack. They’re addicting!
9 – Organic Tomato Basil Sauce
You always need to have a few jars of tasty tomato sauce in the pantry for nights when you don’t have time to cook.
Or you might have time to cook these delicious lentil meatballs but you don’t want to make your own sauce. It’s totally okay to use shortcuts once in a while, especially when this sauce is lower in sodium and sugar than most other jarred sauces out there.
10 – Organic Peanut Butter
This is the best price that I’ve found for (2) 28oz jars of organic peanut butter! It’s super creamy and has a delicious nutty flavor.
11 – Organic Black Beans
Before I got my Instant Pot, I always bought these 8-packs of organic black beans. The cans are BPA-free and at only $.85 per can– you can’t beat the price of convenience. Another plus– compared to most canned black beans, they’re extremely low in sodium, only 85 mgs!
12 – Organic Pasta 6-Pack
If you’re not gluten-free, you have to try these noodles! I don’t know what it is about them but they have the best texture and the shapes are super fun.
Try the noodles with this 15-min vegan alfredo sauce recipe, it’s so creamy and delicious!
13 – Hippeas Chickpea Puffs
The vegan white cheddar flavor is my favorite snack of all time, they’re so dang good! Plus, this is such a better price than paying $3-$5 for a tiny bag at a regular store.
14 – Gluten-Free Quinoa Noodles
I love these quinoa noodles, they have such a noodle-like texture that you really can’t tell that it’s gluten-free! It’s one of those items that’s in the rotation so even if they get rid of it for a few months it usually comes back. However, if I see the dreaded asterisk I will buy a few bags and keep them in our freezer just in case.
Try this vegan pesto pasta bake with the GF quinoa noodles, it’s delish!
15 – Organic Seaweed Snacks
16 – Organic Maple Syrup
I try not to use any refined sugar in my recipes so whenever I need a liquid sweetener (like in this carob peanut butter dessert hummus) I use this maple syrup. It’s delicious drizzled over oatmeal too!
17 – Organic Apple Cider Vinegar (2-pack)
This is a great value! If you buy organic raw ACV at a natural market you’ll pay this price for one smaller bottle! Just remember to cut up and recycle the plastic handle, save the turtles!
Just remember to cut up and recycle the plastic handle, save the turtles!
18 – Artichokes (in water)
Artichokes are one of my favorite salad toppers (I’ve also been known to eat an entire small jar in one sitting) and I only buy them in water, not in oil. These artichoke halves are delicious and a great price!
19 – Organic Flaxseed
20 – Organic Somersault Crackers
My whole family LOVES these little sunflower puffs! They’re so delicious and addicting but they’re good for you so I’m totally okay with that. I like to bring a bag of them with us to Disney World when we go to the parks so we have something healthy to snack on!
21 – Organic Raw Cashews
We go through raw cashews like crazy. I use them to make vegan recipes super creamy!
Try this vegan broccoli cheese soup, it’s so creamy and cheezy!
22 – Organic Popcorn
Costco seems to rotate between this brand, Angie’s, and Skinny Pop. All three are organic, vegan, and delicious. If you see them on sale for less than $4, it’s a great deal– stock up!
23 – Organic Cooked Beets
24 – Organic Multigrain Tortilla Chips
I love love love these tortilla chips because you can actually see all the seeds and grains in each chip! I always buy a few bags when they go on sale.
25 – Organic Lentil Turmeric Crackers
These crackers are delicious! We love to eat them plain or dipped in hummus or with salsa.
26 – Sweet Eart General Tso’s Tofu
I love this brand, their vegan bacon is super delicious too. We don’t eat a ton of prepared foods but I like to keep a few options in the freezer just in case of an emergency.
27 – Organic Chia Seeds
I add chia seeds to everything–> Salads, granola bars, smoothies, etc.
Like chia seeds? Try this cherry kiwi mango chia seed pudding, it’s a super quick and easy breakfast!
28 – Organic Bread (2-Pack)
I normally buy Ezekial bread at my local market or at TJ’s (they have the best price!) but if we’re out of bread and I don’t want to make any other trips then I get this bread. It’s delicious and a great price for 2 organic loaves.
29 – 10lb Bag of Organic Carrots
We go through carrots like they’re going out of style. I always add them to soups, stews, salads, or use them for carrot dogs!
Like carrots too? Try this recipe for creamy ginger carrot sweet potato soup, it’s so delicious!
30 – Organic Spring Mix
31 – Organic Baby Spinach
This is a great price for organic baby spinach! We eat a lot of spinach– soups, salad, pasta dishes, etc.
Like baby spinach too? Try this recipe for pesto spinach quinoa stuffed tomatoes, it’s one of our all-time favorites!
32 – Organic Romaine Lettuce
This is a great price for 6 heads of romaine lettuce! It’s usually $2-$3 for one head at the market.
33 – Organic Millet Ramen Noodles
I love these ramen noodles for when we make ramen noodle bowls or lo mein! They have great texture and taste delicious!
34 – Organic Blueberries
35 – Joffery’s Organic Medium Roast Coffee
This is my all-time favorite medium roast organic coffee, it’s so mellow and delicious! It’s also the brand that Disney World serves so you know it’s gotta be good!
Note – Costco has a coffee grinder at the front of the store to use free of charge when you buy coffee beans from them.
36 – Spindrift Sparkling Water
My husband, Travis, loves these sparkling waters as mixers for drinks. I used to buy an organic cola for him, but once I started trying to cut most sugar out of our diet the mixers had to go. I’m okay with this brand of sparkling water because each can has only 3 grams of sugar and nothing artificial.
37 – Silk Organic Almond Milk
This is a great price for organic almond milk!
Like nut milk? Try this recipe for spicy red curry chickpeas and veggies, it’s easy and delicious!
38 – Organic Raw Kombucha
I loveeee kombucha but I won’t pay more than $2.99 for one bottle. $2.41 per bottle is a great price but keep your eyes open for a sale because it often goes on sale for $11.99. That’s when I stock up!
39 – Organic Acai Juice
This acai juice is so delicious. We don’t normally drink juice at home but when this is on sale I make an exception– it’s that good.
Like acai juice too? Try this acai chia seed pudding recipe!
40 – Organic Sprouted Tofu (4-pack)
You just can’t beat $1.47 for a pack of sprouted tofu, this is a great deal! If you think that 4 blocks are too much for you, just put the extra blocks in the freezer.
I actually always freeze my tofu first because I think it helps to get rid of excess water better while it’s defrosting. Then I press it (with my tofu press) and use it crumbled in veggie tacos for extra protein and in taco tofu stuffed tomatoes!
41 – Frozen Organic Riced Cauliflower
Frozen riced cauliflower is a staple in my freezer because it’s so easy to cook and it’s so convenient to have it already ready to go! Some nights I need a quick dinner and this is my go-to main ingredient.
We love to use it for cauliflower “fried rice” or mixed with quinoa in lettuce cups!
This package easily has two large heads of cauliflower in it. An organic cauliflower can run $3-$6, so considering that the work is already done for you, this is a great deal!
42 – Organic Brussel Sprouts
43 – Gardein Seven Grain Crispy Tenders
We don’t eat processed foods on a regular basis but on some super busy nights you just need something quick. Or if I’m not home, Travis can make this for himself. It’s a good option to have just in case and they really do taste like chicken– it’s pretty crazy!
44 – Dr. Praeger’s Organic Veggie Burger
Just like the tenders, this is another busy-night-I-don’t-have-time-to-cook option. These burgers are super delicious, especially when you load it up with butter lettuce, beefsteak tomato slices, spicy chipotle sauce, and guac on a toasted Ezekial bun…yes, please!
45 – Frozen Organic Broccoli
This is the best frozen broccoli that I’ve ever tried! It’s big stalks of broccoli, not little dinky bits + it’s a great price!
46 – Frozen Organic Green beans
You can’t beat $1.29 lb for organic green beans! Just like the broccoli, I would say they’re very high quality, fresh, green beans. They turn out perfect every time and they don’t have that soggy frozen taste to them!
47 – Frozen Organic Mango
Costco has the best selection of frozen fruit at the best prices!
48 – Frozen Organic Strawberries
49 – Frozen Organic Blueberries
50 – Frozen Organic Cherries
51 – Organic Superfruit Acai Bites
These acai bites are so delicious! They’re the perfect 2-inch size– just big enough for a sweet treat after dinner but not big enough to make you feel guilty for eating dessert during the week when you promised yourself you’d only eat sugar on the weekend.
Surprisingly, they aren’t that high in sugar compared to other desserts but they taste like they’re really bad for you!
I hope my Costco vegan products shopping list helps you the next time you go grocery shopping! I’ve tried all of these items and each one has my stamp of approval on them. Did I miss any of your favorite Costco vegan products? Let me know in the comments!
Make sure you check back in a few days for my list of Cheap Vegan Dinner Recipes to help you save even more money eating vegan!
Wait, don’t go yet– I have a few more items for you!
BONUS ITEMS: NON-FOOD PRODUCTS!
The following items are Costco products that we use every day but are not necessarily vegan or food-related.
52 – Snapware Glass Containers
I’ve been using these glass containers every single day for 5 years now and they’ve held up very well. I absolutely love them– I even got my mom to switch out all of her plastic containers! I don’t use plastic Tupperware because I don’t want plastic chemicals to be leaching into the organic food that I prepare. Yuck!
The lids are plastic but they’re BPA-free. The glass containers are oven, dishwasher, and microwave safe (although, we don’t use a microwave so I can’t guarantee that medium) but I have put them in the dishwasher (glass + plastic lid) hundreds of times and I’ve never had a problem.
When I first found the glass Snapware containers, I was buying pieces individually from Publix ($4-$8 each!) but $29.99 for an 18 piece set (9 containers) is a much better deal– if you can find them on sale for less ($22.99! WOW!) then stock up!!
53 – Organic Cotton Pillows (Allergy-Friendly)
We’ve been using these pillows for over one year now and they’ve held up very well, they are still fluffy and comfy! I like that they have a hypoallergenic filling and an organic cotton cover.
54 – Food Saver
I got my FoodSaver a few years ago at Costco so it’s not the same version but it’s very similar. Whenever I find a great deal on organic produce (mainly bell peppers, carrots, celery, and apples) at the local market that I shop at, I stock up and then freeze it in portions. That’s one of the ways that I save money on organic produce– always check the sale section when you grocery shop!
55 – Free & Clear Organic Laundry Detergent
We’ve been using this laundry detergent for years, we love it! I used to buy a bottle that was half its size for the same price at a natural market. Whenever it goes on sale at Costco, I buy 2-3 bottles to stock up. This is a great deal!
Okay, that’s really it this time! These are all the Costco vegan products + a few household items that I honestly buy and use on a regular basis.
I hope this list helps you!
If there are any other stores that you’d like to see a vegan shopping list for, please leave it in a comment below!
Have you tried any of these Costco vegan products? Let me know in the comments!
Costco vegan products Costco vegan products Costco vegan products Costco vegan products Costco vegan products Costco vegan products Costco vegan products Costco vegan products Costco vegan products Costco vegan products Costco vegan products Costco vegan products Costco vegan products