Costco is always changing and packed with healthy and fun options! There are many more but here are a few dietitian-approved options to look for at Costco that are tasty and diabetes-friendly. Add these with your favorite veggies for quick meals. Plus, two options that appear healthy, but are not the best choices for people with diabetes. Get more help with diabetes meal planning here.
Banza Pasta. Try with this Buttered Spaghetti recipe
Vicky’s Kitchen Organic Broccoli Cheddar Stuffed Chicken
Don Lee Farms Grilled Chicken Patties with G. Hughes Sugar Free Barbecue Sauce
Real Good Foods Chicken Enchiladas
Tattooed Chef Plant Based Beef Burrito Bowls
Morey’s Marinated Wild Alaskan Salmon
Trident Alsaka Salmon Burgers
Riced Cauliflower Stir Fry
Amylu Teriyaki Pineapple Chicken Meatballs
Amylu Kale and Mozzarella Chicken Burgers
Kevin’s Thai Style Coconut Chicken
Here are two items to avoid! The acai bowl would be better if served with a protein source like eggs or Greek yogurt. The cauliflower crust pizza isn’t much lower in carbohydrates than regular frozen pizzas. Check the nutrition facts labels or talk to a dietitian to learn how to carb count for better blood sugars.