Costco is quite a magical store – a place where you can buy everything from toilet paper to chocolate in huge quantities and try unique foods from around the world. At first glance, it doesn’t seem very vegan-friendly. There seems to meat or cheese in almost every packaged meal. But if you’re lucky, your local warehouse might carry amazing vegan meals.
You wouldn’t know these potato, chutney, and spice-filled pastries were vegan unless you read the box. These samosas are Indian restaurant-quality and are perfect complements to a veggie curry over rice or as a meal by themselves.
These low-calorie flatbreads come in four delicious flavors: spinach, potato, lentil, and pumpkin. The all-vegan company also makes a variety of dipping sauces that pair quite well with the breads.
Perfect by itself or with quinoa, this tub of chickpea and bean salad can serve as several meals for those busy weeks when cooking is out of the question.
4. Kirkland Signature Stir-Fry Vegetable Blend
Just cook the veggies and eat, or add tofu. Easiest. Meal. Ever. Need more ideas? Check out our stir-fry recipe here.
5. Veggie Patch Falafel
Wrap ’em in a tortilla for a Middle Eastern burrito or just enjoy a plateful – either way, these make a great restaurant-quality meal.
Forget trying to find the perfect mix of produce. Just blend the contents of a pack, top with your favorite fresh fruits and vegan granola, and you will have a fancy homemade açaí bowl in minutes. Still need some inspiration? Check out our açaí bowl how-to guide.
Each 2-serving bag contains protein-packed blends of red and white quinoa, kale, garlic, olive oil, and salt and pepper for seasoning. Plus, all of the ingredients are certified organic. Can’t make it to Costco? Make your own quinoa salad at home.