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10 Things Every Chocolate Lover Needs to Buy at Costco

There's nothing I love more than a huge place that sells all kinds of food in huge packages that last a huge amount of time and give you a huge smile every time you eat them. No such thing as too much huge or using huge incorrectly when it comes to Costco, guys. It's basically a super big foodie playground where you can find anything and everything from fruits, vegetables, snacks, dips, flours, spices, grains, bars, drinks, ice cream, produce, and more in wholesale-sized packages that are sure to make your stomach and wallet very happy.

I like to consider myself a Costco fanatic. I get everything from there and end up having to make the oh-so-worth-it trip at least once a week. I mean, where else are you going to find a big jar of almond butter for the price of a small one they sell at a health food store? And trust me, I need my super large almond butter -- it's not a "buying a bunch of unnecessary items" type of thing.

Sometimes I'm in a rush, but thankfully, since I go in there so often, I don't need to go through the entire store to find the things I need. However, the other day, I miraculously had the time, so I decided, why not? My foodie self was so excited to see what new things Costco had in store. If you love this store as much as I do, you know there's a feeling of thrill and excitement that takes over you knowing that you're about to rummage through Costco aisle by aisle -- you just never know what new food products you're going to come to face with! 

This time, I came face to face with about a million (okay, maybe thirty) food items that had the chocolate factor written all over them. Every aisle had something else that I knew any chocolate lover would love to drop anything and take a huge bath in (I'm looking at you, huge ten pound tub of Nutella). If you're a chocoholic and haven't stepped into Costco lately, you have not lived. It has everything from ridiculously large packs of Milo to all the chocolate covered snacks. To make it a bit easier on my chocolate loving readers, I've taken pics and rounded up the best ten items you guys need to pick up the next time you're there. 

Just a small PSA: you might drool. Make sure to have a pack of tissues next to you in case the inevitable happens. You're welcome. 

1. Nestle Chocolate Chips

Nestle has always been the king of all chocolate chips, and you know I'm right. Plus that recipe for chocolate chip cookies on the back is the OG and the best recipe of all time. Where else are you going to find a four pound bag that'll last forever? Wait, maybe it won't last forever...since you'll probably be sticking your hand in there for "snacking", and you'll be putting them in everything from your morning pancakes and nightly hot cocoa...yeah, they definitely won't last forever. I suggest buying five packs to ensure you'll have enough for the entire week. 

2. Nutella Two-Pack

We all know Nutella is queen when it comes to chocolate. At Costco, you can have a two-pack for cheaper than one, and have Nutella to last you for the rest of 2018. If you've never tried topping your bagels with it, or even better, spreading a huge glob on your pancakes, you just haven't lived. Simple as that. 

3. Two Pound Container of Milo

This famous Australian chocolate powder is the greatest thing since the invention of sliced bread. It basically tastes like those iced chocolates you get at Starbucks, but with Milo, you can easily make them at home. Some people even sprinkle it on ice cream or breakfast cereals, and that just screams yum. Must buy.

4. Choco Crunch Figgy Pops

Ok, you know those energy ball recipes that are all over Instagram? These are basically the same idea, but the flavor is so ridiculously good. It's little balls made out of dates, figs, coconut, vanilla, and cinnamon with some organic cacao and organic cacao nibs thrown into the mix. These are no doubt the next big thing in health, and are a great snack that are full of healthy fats and plant-based protein, and contain only natural sugar from the dates and figs. Perfect to satisfy any chocolate craving and prevent those sugar spikes!

5. Chocolate Chip Brownie Brittle

Crackers meet chocolate to create this super tasty brownie brittle. It has that crunch factor we all want in a snack, and those chocolate chips melt in your mouth, leaving you craving more. Think of a flat brownie type of thing, but take out the softness and add in a very satisfying crunchy sensation. Yum!

6. Chocolate Covered Almonds

Almonds are one of my favorite snacks ever! Healthy fats, plant-based protein, and a perfect grab-and-go. Dip them in chocolate though, and that's an entirely different game. It's basically combining savory and sweet, and I'm a huge fan of both. This huge container will definitely last you through the entire semester, so make sure to take a handful in a bag to class when you're feeling a good sweet crunch. 

7. Rocky Road Clusters

Caramel and milk chocolate in one? Yes please. Everyone loves a good scoop of Rocky Road ice cream, and these definitely taste the same (maybe even better). You get a combination of chocolate, almonds, caramel, and marshmallows in each bite. What more can you ask for?

8. Acai and Blueberry Flavored Centers Covered in Dark Chocolate

Acai bowls these days are all the rage, and I'm sure you've imagined a world where acai and chocolate could merge, because those two things are the best things of life, right? Today's your lucky day, friends, because these little flavored centers are basically that. Every bite tastes like an acai bowl topped with Nutella. Yes, you heard correctly, and no, you aren't dreaming. Best of both worlds!

9. Dark Chocolate Sea Salt Caramel Pretzels

Some people are sweet and salty people, and those people need these pretzels. I think these go perfectly in a huge bowl of trail mix, mixed with some M&Ms and nuts and seeds. Mmmm. The sea salt helps bring out the strong flavor of the dark chocolate, and makes them so addicting. 

10. Soft and Chewy Granola Bars

I don't know about you guys, but as a kid, I grew up on Quaker chocolate chip chewy bars. These are basically the exact same thing, but the pack is huge -- sixty bars! Perfect to have in the office when you're craving something sweet, and they're made with whole, rolled oats, giving them that fiber factor that will slow down the sugar absorption in the body. Win-win!

Run, don't walk, to Costco.


New at Costco! InnoFoods now has Organic Dark Chocolate Keto Nuggets at Costco! If you follow Keto then you know about the InnoFoods Coconut Keto Clusters at Costco because they are a keto fan favorite…well they now come in a dark chocolate version! Add this to your next Costco Keto Shopping List! Chocolate Keto Nuggets are also gluten free, preservative free and organic!

Our Review

Riding on the success of the original Coconut Clusters….the InnoFoods Dark Chocolate Keto Nuggets are another Costco Keto hit! And they are Organic! Featuring coconut, pumpkin seeds, quinoa and sunflower seeds, this keto crunchy granola drenched in dark chocolate is decidedly delish! You don’t have to love dark chocolate to love these.

I nosh on them whenever I need a sweet treat, usually snack or dessert and I eat them right out of the bag! Now, eating just a serving, that’s a challenge you’ll have to decide for yourself, lol! They are addicting…don’t say I didn’t warn you!

InnoFoods Dark Chocolate Keto Nuggets at Costco Product Features:

  • Premium Belgian Dark Chocolate
  • Organic
  • Keto
  • Gluten Free
  • Non-GMO Verified
  • Preservative Free
  • No Artificial Colors
  • No Artificial Flavors
  • No Emulsifiers
  • Raw Ingredients
  • 4 Grams of Net Carbs
  • 3 Grams of Protein
  • Low Sodium

Have you tried these new dark chocolate keto clusters at Costco? Give us your product review in the comments!

There are so many fun new keto foods coming into Costco every time I shop, I love seeing all the yummy, low carb, low glycemic index options! What are your go-to Keto products at Costco? We’d love to hear what other Keto food we need to try at Costco! See all our Keto Friendly Finds here!

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Keto Clusters Nutritional Panel

Each serving of Inno Foods Organic Dark Chocolate Keto Clusters at Costco contains 150 Calories and 4 Net Carbs. They also have 3 grams of protein and 6% DV of Iron. Note there are 2 grams of sugar alcohol.

Keto Nuggets at Costco

Costco Item Number and Price

Inno Foods Organic Dark Chocolate Keto Nuggets 16oz is Costco Item Number 1555940 and costs $9.59 in-store at Costco.

Each bag of Inno Foods Keto Clusters at Costco contains 16 servings, which shakes out to around $.60 per serving.

Product available in US and Canadian Costco stores. It is not currently available online


How many calories are in the Chocolate Keto Clusters at Costco?

Each serving of Inno Foods Organic Dark Chocolate Keto Clusters at Costco contains 150 Calories.

How many grams of carbs are in the InnoFoods Chocolate Keto Clusters at Costco?

Each serving of Inno Foods Organic Dark Chocolate Keto Clusters at Costco contains 4 Net Carbs.

Do the Keto Clusters at Costco contain sugar alcohol?

here are 2 grams of sugar alcohol in the Organic Dark Chocolate Keto Clusters.

Are the Keto Clusters at Costco gluten free?

Yes. Both the Coconut Keto Clusters and the Dark Chocolate Keto Clusters at Costco are Gluten Free.

Are the InnoFoods Chocolate Keto Clusters vegan friendly?

Yes, Chocolate Coconut Keto Cluster ingredients are vegan. The product is not labeled vegan due to possible cross-contamination in manufacturing.

More Information about Inno Food Products

You can find more product information about the Chocolate Keto Nuggets on the Inno Foods website. Please refer to Costco and the product manufacturer for all product information. As always, ingredients and allergens can change and you should refer to the product labeling on the actual package you purchase before consuming the products.

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If you weren’t told you wouldn’t know this is hummus!

Please note that this review was not paid for or sponsored by any third party. I purchased this product with my own money and the opinions in this review are strictly my own. I am not affiliated with Costco or any of its suppliers. I am just a fan of the company. I write these reviews to help my fellow shoppers.

I hope everyone who had a long weekend this past weekend had a nice time! How did you spend your Valentine’s Day?! I spent mine at Costco (no regrets, I had fun actually seeing new products). Sean and I tried a sample of this dark chocolate hummus and we were both shocked at how good it was.


The whole concept of chocolate hummus grossed me out to be honest. Hummus is a savory thing so how could it possibly be turned into something sweet and chocolatey? Costco was sampling this when we went on Friday and I somehow convinced my husband to try the sample with me. They were sampling the chocolate hummus with regular Tostito tortilla chips which is an interesting combination and definitely not how I would serve it but I have to say THIS IS DELICIOUS! It basically tastes like a thick, sweet, dark chocolate icing. If you really look for it, yes you’ll taste the slightest hint of chickpea flavor but there’s nothing at all savory about this hummus. It’s basically like a chocolate dip that’s extremely tasty. I find it pairs best with fruit such as strawberries or bananas. It’s even good just by itself on a spoon. I have to say I was really skeptical about this but it’s way better than I expected and actually quite yummy.


I bought the Fontaine Sante Dark Chocolate Hummus on sale for $4.99 which is two dollars off the regular $6.99 price. Not bad for two large tubs of hummus!


This is such a convenient snack or dessert! Basically you just open it up and dip. The best before date on the tubs of hummus is about two months from the date we purchased the two-pack. HOWEVER there is one big inconvenience! The packaging states the hummus should be consumed within three to five days from opening. For people like me who just want to have a little bit each day it’s a little inconvenient as I’ll probably be wasting some hummus.


Two tablespoons is 80 calories, five grams of fat, nine grams of carbohydrates, five grams of sugar, two grams of fibre, one gram of protein and 15 mg of sodium. The hummus is sweetened with date paste, agave syrup and brown sugar. The one less favorable ingredient is canola oil

As I write this review I’m actually really looking forward to going home and eating a banana with some of this hummus smothered on top for dessert! To me, it tastes ALMOST as good as thick chocolate cake icing so I love that it’s a bit of a healthier dessert option.

Taste: 8.5/10

Cost: 9/10

Convenience: 9/10

Nutrition: 7/10

Would you try this? Why or why not? How do you think you’d eat this? On fruit, toast, just plain or some other way?


Costco Fans Are Obsessed With These Vegan Dark Chocolate Coconut Candy Bars

Costco shoppers were so excited to see this vegan, low-sugar option on store shelves. The popular Instagram account @costcobuys couldn't wait to share the news with their followers, posting: "@unreal.snacks dark chocolate coconut minis look SO good! These are lower in sugar and are vegan! Get this 15oz bag for $9.49!"

Their followers were quick to celebrate the arrival of these chocolate bars. One follower raved: " They are amazing! I don't feel guilty eating them at all! And the peanut butter cups by them are amazing too!"

"These are the BEST little treat!" Instagram user @mindygodell agreed, while @nikki_flaucher replied: "These are my fave!! I'm eating one right now!"

So if you've been looking for a vegan treat to help satisfy your chocolate craving, are looking to cut back on sugar, or you just want to try out something new, now is the time to head to your local Costco and check out these Unreal bars for yourself.


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This Costco Product Is Being Pulled in 4 States After "Life-Threatening" Recall

On Wednesday, a manufacturer issued a recall of their grocery item that had been stocked in Costco stores across four states. The maker is advising the public that some customers may have "a life-threatening allergic reaction if they consume this product."

The Food and Drug Administration published a same-day product recall of organic chocolate blueberries that were sold in some Costco stores. The brand says: "This recall is due to possible undeclared allergen, almonds (tree nuts) present in Torn Ranch Organic Dark Chocolate Blueberries … People with tree nut allergies may have a life-threatening allergic reaction if they consume this product."

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The particular Torn Ranch Organic Dark Chocolate Blueberries that are being recalled were sold in 18-ounce resealable bags sold in Costco stores in the following states: Arkansas, Idaho, Oregon and Washington.

Torn Ranch states that the recalled Organic Dark Chocolate Bluberries bear the following information:

UPC code 036412020169

Lot code 1271

Marked Best by 05/07/2022. 

Torn Ranch says they have not received any report of illness to date, but they advise: "Consumers who have any remaining product should not consume it, but rather return it to place of purchase for a refund." They also urge consumers to contact Torn Ranch LLC's customer care line for any further information.

For information on how to keep yourself and your family safe against any potential food recalls and everyday bacteria that can live on surfaces, follow these two steps to sanitize your kitchen. Also, don't miss:

Krissy Gasbarre

Krissy is a senior news editor at <em>Eat This, Not That!</em>, managing morning and weekend news related to nutrition, wellness, restaurants and groceries (with a focus on beverages), and more. Read more

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