If you’re headed to Costco and putting together a keto diet food list you’ve came to the right place. We’ll be updating this list about every month or so as Costco gets in new keto-friendly foods.
We’re not going to focus on price because the price varies due to location and market conditions. However, we’ll try to help you build your Costco keto shopping list with items that present good value.
Lastly, we will strive try to focus on the items that Costco seems to have on a consistent basis at multiple locations.We will take keto food items off this list and add others as Costco’s inventory changes over time.
So come back often to see what keto food items changed.
coconut oil and coconut flour
Collagen peptides (protein)
Heavy whipping cream
Grass fed hamburger
Coffee and cacao powder
Olive and avocado oil
Apple cider vinegar
Frozen broccoli florets
You can save money by buying your keto food in bulk at Costco.
Here are a few pictures of some items that we recently purchased while shopping for keto at Costco:
If Costco quit selling Prime Beef I would reconsider my Costco membership, it’s one of the perks that I really appreciate. It is also one of the ways Costco separates itself from Sams Club. You can’t get prime beef at Sams Club. Prime Beef is amazing and paying a little extra is worth it. You can read about how the USDA grades beef here.
The image above is a Prime New York Strip Steak. It was good, but honestly I would recommend going with the Ribeye Steak. Ribeye is a little more expensive, but it’s substantially better. Ribeye is a little more fatty, but when shopping at Costco while on keto your not concerned about the extra fat anyway.
Being able to eat steak on the keto diet is one of the reasons keto is the best diet for long term success in my opinion.
Heavy whipping cream and Lakanto artificial sweetener.
Cream is a low carb keto staple and tastes great in some keto coffee. Use it in multiple recipes. It works great to cook with butter, bacon and vegetables. The Lakanto Monkfruit sweetener also has erythritol (sugar alcohol) in it.
Bacon is another keto staple and getting it at Costco in bulk will help you save money. Ditto with the cream cheese, especially if you like an occasional keto fat bomb.
Buy coffee in bulk at Costco to make keto coffee or as some like to call it bulletproof coffee. The Folgers (coffee) and the sugar free cacao are a great value.
If you can buy free-range eggs at Costco in bulk there is no reason why you can’t try a keto egg fast.
Chia seeds help prevent and remedy keto constipation.
Coconut oil is yet another ingredient I utilize daily in my keto coffee.
Butter is another keto staple.
I cook with it, use it for fat bombs and put it in my coffee. Kerrygold Irish butter is one of the best butters to use on a keto diet because the cows are grass fed.
Cauliflower rice is so convenient to add to any keto meal.
You can use it to make your own cauliflower crust pizza. DO NOT buy the pre-made (frozen) Costco cauliflower crust pizzas. They are gluten free, but not keto-friendly.
You can take the Orgain Collagen Peptides off your Costco keto shopping list. It is being discontinued around the Kansas City area. That’s a shame too, because it was a great value. As soon as Costco has a viable collagen alternative I will add it to this list. So check back next week.
Apple cider vinegar is one of the ingredients in my keto flu tonic and avocados are well, avocados. They are one of the healthiest keto foods available. When explaining the keto diet I always stress the importance of avoiding the keto flu.
Frozen broccoli florets are super convenient on keto. Just pull some out of the freezer and microwave them to thaw them out. Cook them up in a pan with butter, heavy whipping cream, garlic, bacon and serve it as a side dish. Broccoli will soon be added to my list of the healthiest keto super-foods on the planet.
Check back often and I will try to keep this Costco keto shopping list updated.