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25 Organic, clean-eating, natural Costco products
Last year, my sister gave me a Costco membership. I had always been interested in a membership. I had checked out the store a couple of times, but I never did get a membership myself. After receiving one from my sister, I was hooked. I was completely stunned to find a great selection of organic, clean-eating, natural Costco products.
On that note, I have compiled a list of 25 organic, clean-eating, natural Costco products. For those of you that shop at Costco, you know they have some great deals. This list includes some of those great deals. This list is not exhaustive, but it is a good start.
Costco shopping list
Almond Breeze unsweetened original almond milk – This is my favorite brand of almond milk. I love it, not only for the taste, but also for the fact that it is unsweetened.
Basse organic sunflower seeds – I detest cracking sunflower seeds to get the tiny little seed inside. This huge bag of seeds is salted and pre-shelled…yay!
Chosen Foods avocado oil – I use this cold-pressed avocado oil for cooking and (sometimes) for baking (when I’m not using coconut oil) because it has a very high smoke point and, as a result, unlike olive oil, it is not carcinogenic when heated to high temperatures. Also, this is a steal of a deal!
Country Cuisine organic frozen strawberries – The best thing about these strawberries, besides the fact that they are organic, sweet and delicious, is that they are sliced. Thank you Country Cuisine, this is much easier on my blender when making smoothies.
Humm organic hummus – Delicious hummus, my son and I both love it with celery. Great healthy snack!
Kirkland baby wipes – These baby wipes are hypoallergenic. They have no chlorine, no alcohol, no dyes, no parabens and no phthalates. They do have aloe and chamomile. This is a huge box of baby wipes for a great price!
Kirkland organic beet juice – This beet juice is the bomb! It contains beet, tomato, apple, cucumber, celery, lemon and turmeric. What a super healthy combination! Read more about the benefits of turmeric.
Kirkland organic cane sugar – Typically, I don’t eat cane sugar. I recommend raw honey, maple syrup or stevia instead. However, my husband would still eat white sugar if I didn’t buy this kind instead.
Kirkland organic extra virgin olive oil – Although olive oil is no good for cooking, because it has a low smoke point, it is perfect for making homemade dressing or drizzling on salads as is. I also use it in my homemade shaving cream.
Kirkland organic ground Himalayan pink salt – There are many benefits to Himalayan salt and salt lamps. This is a huge container of Himalayan salt. You can also get a Himalayan salt grinder.
Kirkland organic juice boxes – These juice boxes are low in sugar; perfect with a mid-day snack.
Kirkland organic lemonade – This lemonade is very tasty. Plus, the bottles are great containers for my, very simple to make and cost-effective, homemade liquid laundry detergent.
Kirkland organic marinara sauce – I haven’t tried this because I don’t use marinara sauce but the Costco brand is usually pretty good, plus it’s organic.
Kirkland organic virgin coconut oil – I use a lot of coconut oil so I buy it in bulk. This is a large bucket at a great price!
Made Good organic granola bars and minis – I love these snacks! They are school-safe as they are free of nuts. Best of all, they snuck in some veggies in these tasty little snacks; your kids won’t even notice. They are definitely made good!
Mary’s Organic Crackers – These tasty crackers are organic and non-GMO. They are made with whole grain brown rice, quinoa, flax seeds and sesame seeds. My favorite is herb flavored but I would love to try onion flavored (not available at Costco though).
Mother Earth Vinegar apple cider vinegar – This is a huge bottle of unfiltered, unprocessed, non-GMO apple cider vinegar; again, for a great price. Learn about the benefits of apple cider vinegar.
Nature’s Touch organic frozen raspberries – Like the organic frozen strawberries, this is a huge bag of raspberries, great for making smoothies!
Prana organic chia seeds – These chia seeds are a great addition to your smoothies.
Rodelle organic baking cocoa – This baking cocoa is dutch-processed. Dutch-processed cocoa powder is less acidic than regular cocoa powder and therefore it doesn’t need to be paired with baking soda. Read more about acidic versus alkaline foods and the health effects of each.
Simply Natural organic pasta sauce – I love this pasta sauce. It tastes great and it is very low in sugar.
Sunmaid organic raisins – These little snack packs are perfect for your kid’s lunch.
Wholly organic guacamole – I haven’t tried this because I don’t care for guacamole. However, I love the fact that it is organic; certainly worth a try.
Yupik raw cashews – These are great for a snack or for making homemade non-dairy cream cheese.
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Be happy, stay healthy! 🙂