7 Frozen Groceries from Costco I’m Buying on Repeat Right Now (They’re All Just $10 or Less)

published Jun 28, 2021
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If there’s one section of Costco I never, ever skip, it’s the frozen food aisle. I can easily fill up my cart in that aisle alone. (The organic fruits! The vegetables! The breakfast foods! The treats!) In fact, I’m such an avid Costco freezer-aisle shopper, I’ve even purchased a separate chest freezer so that I have lots of extra storage at home.

What have I been stocking up on lately? I’m glad you asked! Because there are a few frozen items that make it into my cart on an extremely regular basis. Here are seven of my current must-have freezer finds at Costco — they’re all just $10 or less!

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1. Cascadian Farms Organic Wild Blueberries

These wild blueberries go into each and every single smoothie and bowl of oatmeal I prepare. Wild blueberries are smaller and sweeter than regular blueberries, yet have no added sugar. They also contain more antioxidants.

More info: Cascadian Farms Wild Blueberries, $10 for 48 ounces

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2. Sambazon Acai Bites

These treats by Sambazon are a great way to enjoy that delicious acai berry flavor — with notes of chocolate in the background. They make for the perfect treat on a hot summer day.

More info: Sambazon Acai Bites, $10 for 20 bars

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3. Kirkland Signature Organic Strawberries

Ever since the very first day I shopped at Costco (more than four years ago), these strawberries have been a must-have. Costco did a great job sourcing the suppliers of these organic strawberries because they are always bright red in color and super sweet. I regularly throw them into smoothies or over yogurt, but they’re so tasty I often eat them on their own, too.

More info: Kirkland Signature Organic Strawberries, $9 for 48 ounces

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4. PuraVida Roasted Vegetable Melange

This mix is made up of Brussels sprouts, red bell peppers, onions, and mushrooms — all tossed with olive oil and sea salt. It cooks in 20 minutes from start to finish! I love to pair it with noodles, wild rice, or pretty much any protein source. The veggies also reheat wonderfully for lunch the next day!

More info: PuraVida Roasted Vegetable Melange, $10 for 64 ounces

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5. Hampton Hills Petite Asparagus Spears

These asparagus spears sauté up nicely in a pan. I’ve been buying these for years and eat them at least four times a week with lunch or dinner.

More info: Hampton Hills Petite Asparagus Spears, $8 for 40 ounces

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6. Kirkland Signature Organic Broccoli Florets

I hate buying frozen broccoli that ends up being almost all broccoli stems. That’s why I love these florets. This big bag is actually made up of four individually packed 16-ounce bags, so you won’t end up with freezer-burnt broccoli by the time you get to the end of a big bag. They’re also always a beautiful vibrant green color … even after cooking. 

More info: Kirkland Signature Organic Broccoli Florets, $8 for 64 ounces

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7. Nature’s Touch Organic Mangolicious Blend

This frozen fruit blend by Nature’s Touch includes mango chunks, sliced bananas, and sliced strawberries, which makes whipping up breakfast (and frozen drinks) an absolute breeze.

More info: Nature’s Touch Organic Mangolicious Blend, $9 for 80 ounces

What have you been buying from Costco’s frozen section lately?