Costco sells these Grillo’s brand pickles for $6.99. Scroll down for photos. This is another one of those staples we keep in our fridge. Our kiddo (3 years old) absolutely loves pickles. It’s an easy and healthy snack instead of chips or something sweet. These are crunchy, flavorful & have the perfect bite. As soon as you open the jar, you see the garlic and dill floating around the top. If you’ve never tried these pickles before, give them a shot, because they’re much better than your average store bought pickles. We usually like to take out half a dozen and slice them up real thin. We’ll either load them up on some turkey burgers, or just eat them plain. Costco use to sell these in the “chip” style cut, but went back to the spear. Here are a few more details about these Costco Grillo’s Pickles…….
- Brand: Grillo’s Pickles
- 52 Ounces, Spears
- Gluten Free
- Fat Free
- Certified Kosher
- 100 year old recipe: see photos
Costco Grillo’s Pickles Dill Spears, 52 Ounces
These can be found in the refrigerated section of Costco next to the other pre-made food items and cheeses. These are a staple at my Costco, but every once in a while they will be sold out. These are a great alternative for snacks instead of munching on chips or some other empty carb. They go great with many different meals, but we mainly eat them plain or with turkey burgers. They last for a long time in the refrigerator, so we never have to worry about them going bad. Only 5 calories per pickle too! My only suggestion would be to dump out some liquid when you open it because it spills everywhere =). If you can’t find these at Costco, make sure to check out some of these other HIGHLY RATED pickles……
- Bubbies, Pickles, Bread & Butter, 33 oz
- Happy Belly Kosher Baby Dill Pickles, 24 Ounce
- Claussen Kosher Dill Pickle Spears, 24 fl. oz. Jar
Price: $6.99, Item Number: 1241722
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2 thoughts on “Costco Pickles, Grillo’s Dill Spears, 52 Ounces”
These are SOOO good, but I struggle with opening the container!
FYI these pickles have passed the Bobby Approved test that you have mentioned in one of you past posts. (I believe it was the siete chips that is a very tasty chip.) The only healthier option was Bubbies (check link above) but I have not tried those before.