Anahola Granola can be found at Costco stores throughout Hawai’i. It’s my absolute favorite granola, and it comes from the island of Kaua’i.
One of my favorite staples from Costco that I like to keep on hand for when a pizza craving hits is Milton’s Cauliflower Crust Pizza with roasted vegetables. I remember the first time I bought it. I was skeptical about the crust, but the crispy crust is now one of my favorite things about this pizza.
Costco has a great variety of ready-made soups that just require heating, before eating. The CedarLane Vegetable and Barley Soup is a great vegetarian option for one of those soups.
One of my favorite “grown in Hawaii” products at Costco is Hamakua Mushrooms. Sold in an 8 oz. container, the Pleurotus eryngii (a.k.a. King Trumpet Mushroom, King Oyster Mushroom, or Ali’i Oyster) is the largest of the oyster mushrooms. Not only are they beautiful (look at that picture above!), but they taste great when cooked and are quite popular among vegetarian and vegan recipes.
I’m always looking for new, fast and easy-to-prepare foods at Costco. When I came across the High Liner Flame Seared Orange and Black Garlic Cod in the freezer section, it sounded flavorful and simple enough to prepare, so I added it to my cart.
Looking for an easy Acai Bowl from Costco that you can make at home? Try the Acai Roots Sorbet, which will be the fastest acai bowl option. Literally scoop and put your favorite toppings on it. No blender and no mess to clean up.
Quiche is a rich and filling dish, consisting of a pastry crust filled with eggs, cheese, vegetables, and other savory ingredients. Do you love a good quiche? When I saw La Terra Fina Quiche at my local Costco, I knew I had to try it. The preparation directions were quick and easy, and the 2-pack came with 2 different flavors, Aged Gruyère & Chevre and Sharp Cheddar and Broccoli Florets.
The Royal Asia Vegetable Spring Rolls with edamame are delicious and easy to prepare. Crispy and ready in minutes, these rolls are full of flavor and come with a tasty soy ginger sauce for dipping.
I recently came across a 2-pack of Giovanni Rana Butternut Squash Ravioli at my local Costco. It was on sale for $7.59 and the regular price was $10.59. It came with 2 16 oz packages.
I noticed some people gathering around and checking out this Vonbee Passion Fruit Honey Puree during a recent trip to Costco. A product of Korea, its label states that it can be a “beverage base, salad dressing, & more.” Since I love sweet passion fruit and honey, I thought I’d give it a try.