Food & Nutrition

11 Frozen Foods You Should Always Buy at Costco

Say hello to the healthiest, cheapest, and most convenient foods on the market.

Low-cost pizza for pizza night

Kirkland-Signature-10.5'-Pizza,-Cheese,-4-ctVia costco.com

Everyone loves a good pizza night. But when ordering in means shelling out around $ 16 for a pie, it ruins some of the fun. Instead, stock up on Costco’s Kirkland Signature frozen pizza. You’ll pay just $ 2.50 for a pack of four pizzas. That’s the cost of a single slice in some cities.

Boneless chicken breast

Kirkland Signature Chicken Breasts, Boneless Skinless, 6.5 lbsVia costco.com

If you’re constantly out of things to eat for dinner, pick up a bag of Kirkland Signature’s boneless, skinless chicken breasts. We promise you’ll turn to them again and again to add protein to whatever rice bowl, stir-fry, or sandwich comes your way. Additionally, here’s why professional chefs love Costco beef.

Easy burritos

Homemade beef burrito with vegetables and tortilla, isolated on whiteAfrica Studio/Shutterstock

With a melt-in-your-mouth taste and a not-so-scary nutrition label, Amy’s burritos are a cult favorite. The individually wrapped burritos pack a whopping 11grams of protein and cost just $ 10 for a box of 8. That’s definitely a steal, since the burritos sell for around $ 3 apiece at most groceries.

Wild blueberries

Nature's Touch Wild Blueberries, 5 lbsVia costco.com

Costco is one of the only places to stock wild blueberries without charging an arm and a leg for them, writes Heather McClees for thekitchn.com. The berries are just $ 9.99 a bag and can be added to everything from oatmeal and cereal to smoothies and baked goods.

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