While it might seem a little excessive, Costco carries at least 24 different types of crackers just at their US stores. And while we haven’t tried every single one, we’re here to give you the full list of Costco cracker options, how much they cost, and which ones are the best to keep stashed around the house.
Types of Crackers at Costco
At my local Costco Warehouse, I found twelve different varieties of crackers…
- RW Garcia Organic Sweet Potato Corn Crackers – $10.49
- Crunchmaster Rice Crackers – $8.79
- La Panzanella Organic Mini Croccantini – $7.49
- Simple Mills Organic Seed Flour Garlic & Herb Crackers – $10.89
- Simple Mills Almond Flour Crackers – $10.89 ($12.99 online)
- Crunchmaster Baked Multi-Grain Crackers – $10.99 ($13.49 online)
- Wheat Thins – $9.49 ($11.49 online)
- Milton’s Organic Multi-Grain Crackers – $9.39
- Organic Triscuits – $11.69
- Ritz Crackers – $10.69 ($10.09 online)
- Pepperidge Farm Cheddar Goldfish – $12.59 ($14.99 online)
- Pepperidge Farm Cheddar Goldfish Packets (45 count) – $12.99 ($14.99 online)
- Annie’s Organic Bunny Snack Baked Crackers and Graham Snacks (36-count variety pack) – $16.99
(Fun fact: buying groceries in person at a Costco Warehouse generally saves you about $2 per item.)
Although I couldn’t find them at my local Costco, the following crackers are available for shipping and delivery on Costco.com if you live in the US…
- Lance Toasty Peanut Butter Cracker Sandwiches – $9.99
- Original Premium Saltine Crackers – $8.49
- Keebler Club Crackers – $11.49
- Happy Snacks Animal Crackers – $12.99
- Honey Maid Graham Crackers – $11.99
- Kirkland Signature Organic Animal Crackers – $13.49
- Cheez-Its – $11.99
- Cheez-It Snap’d Variety Pack – $16.49
- White Cheddar Cheez-Its – $14.69
- Amki Sesame Thins – $11.99
- Whisps Parmesan Cheese Crisps – $28.99
If you live in Canada or Australia, you’ll find a different selection of crackers at your local Costco store or online, such as these popular Mary’s Organic Crackers from Costco Canada.
Also, some Costco Warehouse locations might stock additional cracker varieties that I was not able to find locally or online.
The Best Crackers at Costco
To determine the best and most popular crackers at Costco, I analyzed customer ratings, product listing data, and input from reviewers online. I also turned to my own taste buds. Here’s what I came up with…
The Winner: Simple Mills Almond Flour Crackers
When looking at product ratings and product listing traffic on Costco.com, the only cracker that ended up towards the top of the list every time was Simple Mills Almond Flour Crackers.
These crackers are made with a simple recipe of almond flour, sunflower seed flour, flaxseed flour, tapioca starch, cassava flour, organic sunflower oil, sea salt, organic onion, organic garlic, and rosemary extract. That’s it!
They’re corn free, grain free, gluten free, paleo friendly, and vegan. They also contain several organic ingredients, and they’re non-GMO verified. What more could you want in a cracker?
In 17 of these crackers, you’ll be consuming 150 calories from 8 grams of fat, 230 mg of sodium, 18 grams of carbs, 2 grams of fiber, and 3 grams of protein. They contain zero sugar, which is always a plus in my book.
The Runner Up: Whisps Parmesan Cheese Crisps
Although they’re a bit on the spendy side, these cheesy crackers repeatedly get mentioned on lists of the best snacks at Costco. Made with just four ingredients, these crackers contain pasteurized part-skim milk, cheese cultures, salt, and enzymes.
Despite containing dairy, they’re advertised as lactose free. They’re also gluten free and keto friendly. Each serving of about 19 crisps contains 150 calories from 10 grams of fat, 30 mg of cholesterol, 350 mg of sodium, 1 gram of carbs, and 13 grams of protein.
If you’re sticking to a high protein, low carb diet, these crisps are a great choice.
Honorable Mention: Simple Mills Seed Flour Garlic & Herb Crackers
Although they’re not currently available on Costco.com, these are some of the most delicious (and healthy) crackers that you can buy in person at Costco, in my humble opinion.
They’re certified organic, non-GMO, and gluten free, and they only contain whole ingredients. I love that these are a minimally processed snack that still taste amazing.
They have a perfect crispy, yet thick texture and a rich, bold flavor. If you’re a fan of garlic and herb, then these crackers are definitely for you.
Because they’re made with seed flour instead of wheat flour, they have a delicious roasted nutty flavor that I absolutely love. I also appreciate that they’re relatively low in sodium, since so many packaged snacks fail in this area.
Try topping them with your favorite soft cheese or a little bit of avocado, and go to town. Yum! They’d also be perfect set out next to a charcuterie board, especially since they’re suitable for the majority of people’s dietary concerns. If you ask me, these are easily some of the best snacks available at Costco, and they’re only $10.89 for two large 10-ounce bags.
You can view the nutrition facts below…
A Different Type of Cracker Altogether
In case you ended up here by accident, we didn’t want to leave you hanging.
Around the holidays, Costco sells eight-count packs of festive Christmas crackers for $14.97 a box. (You know… those paper things you pull on and then they explode with confetti.) You can check them out on Costco.com, although they’re currently out of stock for the season.
Just don’t eat them!