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The Award-Winning Costco Snack I Can’t Stop Buying

published Sep 1, 2023
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Redmond, WA, USA - May 16, 2021; Entrance to Costco Wholesale store before opening hours with no people in Redmond Washington State
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With summer vacations in the rearview, it’s time to start thinking about fall. The slower rhythm of the past few months have quickly sped up, leaving me with little time for my usual kitchen tasks. That’s why I’m looking to Costco for help. This September, I’m filling my cart with groceries for back-to-school season, simple dinners, and staples that I rely on all week long

Believe me when I say that there is no better place than Costco to stock up for a new season. (After all, I’ve been a loyal warehouse member for 12 years.) On a recent visit, I spotted a new addition to the snack aisle and I couldn’t wait to add this box to my cart. This variety pack of Siete Grain-Free Tortilla Chips is the best thing you can buy at Costco this month. Here’s why. 

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What’s So Great About Siete Grain-Free Tortilla Chips Variety Pack?

Siete’s Grain-Free Tortilla Chips have been an editor favorite for years, and are a three-time Kitchn Essentials winner. These chips are thin and crispy in the best way, and perfectly seasoned. Plus, they are sturdy enough to stand up to even the chunkiest of guacamoles and heartiest of bean dips

These chips eschew corn and are made with cassava flour and avocado oil instead. Costco’s variety pack of Siete’s grain-free chips comes with three flavors — sea salt, lime, and nacho — so there’s a chip suited for everyone, no matter your snacking style. 

What’s the Best Way to Serve Siete Grain-Free Tortilla Chips Variety Pack?

Whether you’re packing a lunch box for work or school, make sure to bring a bag of Siete’s tortilla chips. Swap your sandwich for a chip-and-dip lunch. I like to pair fresh mango salsa with the lime chips, spinach and artichoke dip with sea salt chips, and black bean corn salsa with the nacho-flavored chips. 

Add crunch to your lunchtime taco salad with crushed Siete tortilla chips instead of croutons or to a bowl of enchilada soup on that first crisp day of fall. And remember that you can’t go wrong by snacking on them straight from the bag.

Find it in stores: Siete Grain-Free Tortilla Chips Variety Pack, $14.79 for 14 (1-ounce) bags

What Costco buys are you stocking up on for fall? Tell us about it in the comments below.