From plant-based snacks to vegan dinner staples, if you’re looking to fill your fridge with groceries that suit your meatless and dairy-free diet, look no further than bulk grocery retailer, Costco. We’ve rounded up the best vegan sweets, soups, and proteins that we’ve been eyeing.
GoGo Quinoa Vegan Mac and Cheese Elbows
If you grew up loving macaroni and cheese, but since have adopted a plant-based diet, we’ve got just the pantry staple for you. This 12-pack of boxed mac and cheese is just like the one from your childhood memories, creamy, bright orange and quick and simple to make. Amp it up by tossing in cut-up plant-based sausages or greens like spinach, broccoli and peas.
Kirkland Signature Organic Original Almond Beverage
One of our favourite non-dairy milk alternatives, almond milk contains plenty of vitamin E (for that glowing skin!) and is low in sugar. Available in original or vanilla-flavoured, this six-pack Kirkland brand organic almond milk is light, creamy and sugar- and lactose-free, making it appropriate for a variety of diets. It’s a smart item to stock up on since it’s shelf stable (and sure to be a vegan breakfast must-have).
Samira’s Kitchen Samosas Vegetable
Since India is the most vegetarian country in the world, many Indian dishes will naturally be appropriate for a plant-based diet. Samosas are a fast and satisfying Indian snack that will warm your belly with their spiced potato filling. Toss a few in your air fryer for a few minutes to crisp up and serve with chutney or sweet chili sauce for a quick vegan bite.
Hungry Buddha Chocolate Chip Bars
It can be difficult to find creamy vegan chocolate (especially if you’re not a huge fan of dark), so these plant-based granola bars are a real score. They’re free of all the major food allergens (gluten, soy, peanut, dairy) and packed with 10 grams of plant protein. The chewy texture and studding of chocolate chips make these a must-have for school lunches, or on-the-go adults needing a sweet snack.
Scoiattolo Organic Vegan Grilled Vegetable Ravioli
If you love pasta dinners but feel limited by a dairy-free diet, you need to try this new product from Costco. Switch it up from the same old vegan bolognese sauce and spaghetti and try these stuffed ravioli filled with eggplant, zucchini and red pepper. They’re super quick and convenient and pair well with a sugo sauce or pesto.
Healthy Crunch Dark Chocolate Superfoods Bundle Pack
Certified vegan and dairy-free, these snackable chocolate-covered superfoods come in three flavours: cherry, blueberry and golden berry. You get two 235 gram packages of each so you can try them all and get that sweet fix. These would also be great bulked out in a trail mix recipe with a variety of nuts, seeds and pretzels.
Rustica Foods Italian Bakery Style Pizza
It’s the perfect Friday night meal, made plant-based! This rustic, Italian-style pizza contains a short vegan-friendly ingredient list (though their website does note that it may contain traces of dairy, likely due to handling dairy on their premises). Bake it up and serve it as-is, or if you’re feeling funky, toss on some plant-based cheese, grilled veggies or vegan pepperoni.
Fontaine Sante Extra Firm Tofu
Sprague Organic Lentil Soup With Vegetables
For a quick and easy plant-based lunch that’s full of nutritious ingredients, pop open a can of this organic soup. Just heat and you’re ready to slurp up a hearty mix of lentils, potatoes, carrots and green beans. Comes in a pack of eight with convenient easy-open tabs.
Boursin Dairy-Free Garlic and Herbs Plant-Based Spread
Finally, a plant-based version of this classic garlic and herb spread and dip. Perfect for a vegan charcuterie board (we love it with these vegan Mary’s Crackers), now everyone can delight in snack boards that typically exclude those on a vegan diet.