Healthy Costco Food Finds: Sous-Vide Steak, Smoked Salmon Dip & Snack Bars

Apr 21 2021
It's time for another Costco haul! We tried a slew of Costco goodies on this week’s Hungry Girl: Chew the Right Thing! podcast, and these three are among our top picks…

Cuisine Solutions Sous Vide Sliced Grass-Fed Beef Sirloin

3 oz.: 120 calories, 4.5g total fat (2g sat. fat), 300mg sodium, 1g carbs, 0g fiber, 1g sugars, 18g protein — SmartPoints® value 3*

This might be one of the easiest and most delicious ways to get some lean beef into your meal rotation. The premium filet comes pre-cooked, pre-sliced, and packed in juices for tender steak that’s ready to heat 'n eat. So juicy, so flavorful… Who's up for an impromptu steak salad? Cuisine Solutions products are also sold at BJ’s, Wegmans, and Whole Foods.

Goldberg's Fine Foods Smoked Salmon Dip and Spread with Everything Bagel Seasoning

2 tbsp.: 80 calories, 7g total fat (4g sat. fat), 135mg sodium, 2g carbs, 0g fiber, 1g sugars, 2g protein — SmartPoints® value 3*

WOW! Goldberg's Fine Foods is a well-known NY-style deli chain in Atlanta, but you can score this find without shelling out for cross-country delivery by visiting Costco. The flavor is perfect, and the spread isn't too heavy — just fluffy and delicious. We’re bursting with ideas for how we’ll enjoy it: in omelettes, on cucumber slices, in hard-boiled egg whites, on crackers… YUM.

Tosi SuperBites in Almond and Cashew

1-oz. piece: 110 calories, 9–11g total fat (1–1.5g sat. fat), 35mg sodium, 8–10g carbs, 3g fiber, 4g sugars, 5g protein — SmartPoints® value 4*

These snacks are called "bites", but don’t let that fool you: They're actually sizable snack bars packed with plant-based nutrition! They’re perfectly crunchy, totally satisfying, and completely unique — we LOVE the sesame seeds. The combo pack we picked up at Costco contains the Almond and Cashew varieties, but there are more flavors out there (as well as larger 2.4-oz. portions). Click to find them near you, or order from Amazon.

Hungry for More Costco Finds? Tune in to This Week's Podcast!

Lisa, Jamie, and Mikey tried a bunch of great stuff on the air from a recent Costco run. The mega store can be a little overwhelming, so it's always good to have a few items to look out for (and get a heads-up on which ones to avoid). Before you make your shopping list, listen as the gang discusses…

⭑ the secret meanings hidden in Costco prices
⭑ time-saving heat & eat ratatouille (YUM!)
⭑ jerky made from watermelon
… and so much more.

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