Costco Keto Granola, Low Karb Keto Nut Granola


Costco sells this Low Karb Keto Nut Granola for $12.79. Scroll for photos. I was hesitant to buy it because this is a little expensive for a 22 ounce bag of granola. After reading the ingredient list, I realized it was mostly nuts & seeds which add to the cost, so I decided to give it a shot. Boy, was I glad I did. This stuff is good! It is light, crunchy & sweet. This granola contains Erythritol & Monk Fruit as the sweeteners, so I thought I might get that chemically sweet taste, but I did not. It was just the right amount. Now I’m not on the Keto Diet, but I always like trying new health foods. This is probably going to make it’s way into our regular rotation. I highly recommend it if you like Granola or are looking for Keto friendly foods. Here is a little more information about this Costco Keto Granola…….

  • Low Karb Keto Nut Granola, Blueberry Cinnamon
  • 5g protein, 16g healthy fats, 0g added sugar
  • Gluten Free, Grain Free, GMO Free
  • 3 grams Net Carbohydrates = Total Carbs (11g) – Dietary Fiber (4g) – Sugar Alcohol (3g). See back of the package
  • Add Almond Milk or Coconut Milk for Low Carb / Keto Diet
  • Contains: Tree Nuts, Milk

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Costco Low Karb Keto Nut Granola, 22 Ounces


I highly recommend giving this granola a try. It’s obviously different than your traditional granola because it contains no oats (hence the Keto friendly label). Check out the ingredients. It’s all nuts & seeds with some blueberries, cinnamon & sweetener. Yes, it’s a little pricey, but it should last you a little while as long as you don’t binge like me. Low Karb makes some great products (wish they made granola bars!). If you’re having trouble finding them, or your local Costco doesn’t carry this granola, make sure to check them out on Amazon (also check out the Livlo Granola!). They have some GREAT RATINGS & more options than just the granola. Check them out here……

Price: $12.79, Item Number: 1449725

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20 thoughts on “Costco Keto Granola, Low Karb Keto Nut Granola

  1. I purchased this in my Norfolk Virginia store about 3 months ago this stuff is amazing straight out of the bag by the handfuls, adding it to yogurt or pouring milk over it hot or cold.
    The problem is I have gotten my whole family hooked on this and now my local Costco no longer carries it !!
    Please bring it back thanks

    1. I’m so glad you were able to find it at your local Costco. It’s been in and out of my Costco for months now. Sometimes I see it on the shelves & sometimes it’s gone. I would wait and so or you could check with a Costco employee. Have them look up the item number and see if they will get more in or if they have them at your surrounding Costco’s.

  2. Found this in my local store before reading about it, not listed online. My expectations were medium until I tried it. It quickly became my popcorn like snack. This will get expensive real quick

    1. Right! It’s sooo good. I thought about that too, because the first time we purchased the Keto Granola I ate the bag in 2 days. At $12.79 this was going to be an expensive granola habit! I had to taper back a bit. Glad you found it & enjoy it. Thanks for stopping by

  3. Tried to order this product on-line. No way. “Not found” replies to all questions, asking my friendly Costco place or just generally Costco.

    1. Ya. Unfortunately Costco doesn’t sell a lot of food online. This product seems to be in select stores. We are fortunate enough to have it here in the Bay Area, CA. I’m not sure where you are located, but make sure to thoroughly check the breakfast aisle. That is where I have found it at several Costco’s. This Keto Granola is really good! I hope you end up finding it!

    1. Sorry to hear. I found this in the cereal aisle next to the other granola. This may be a local/regional thing. It’s been in and out of stock for the last couple months though. Maybe you just caught it when it was out of stock. Hopefully you end up finding it Andrew. If you do, let me know how you like it

        1. Glad you found it! How do you like it so far? It seems to be a really popular product that I hope they continue to stock!

    1. Yes….Amazon is almost ALWAYS priced higher. Usually by a lot. We are still purchasing this KETO granola cause it is really good. I’ve been trying to limit my servings so I don’t go through it so quickly.

    2. Keto Cinnamon Blueberry Granola from Costco is my go to breakfast.
      I eat it with unsweetened almond milk. I think the manufacturer makes some other flavors as well. Mary Overholt’s comment is correct. Amazon charges the same price for 11 oz. vs 22 oz. for what I get at Costco.

      1. That’s a great breakfast. I usually eat this as a post dinner treat. It keeps me away from the ice cream and cookies. I’d like to try the other flavors as well! You are right about the difference in price between Amazon and Costco. Problem is that Costco sells out sometimes or stops carrying for a while so there’s nowhere else to buy it. Thanks for the comment

    1. Oh no. Sorry to hear Nancy. We’ve bought this about a dozen times & ours have been twig-LESS. Sorry to hear. Hope that doesn’t deter you from future purchases. It is really good

  4. I regularly go to Costco (every 2 weeks the most) and rarely try things that are new to me unless somebody recommends. I’m trying to keep my A1c at a normal level to avoid medications as few of my sisters already are. I eat hot and cold cereal – low sugar oatmeal and regular cereal – so when I saw this I grabbed a bag after checking the ingredients which are so perfect. This will be my regular go-to cereal from now on. It’s kind of expensive for a small bag but for health purposes it’s all worth it.

    1. You are right about it being expensive, but it’s good. I find it very filling so you don’t need to eat quite as much. It’s still a lot cheaper than eating out & it’s much healthier too. Glad you enjoy it Margie!

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