Diabetes-Friendly Snacks at Costco: A Complete Guide by a Dietitian with Diabetes
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Shopping at Costco can be a great way to save money on groceries and household essentials. But, this massive retail store can be quite intimidating if you don’t know exactly what to look for. This blog post compiles a list of some of my favorite diabetes-friendly snacks that are available at Costco so you know exactly what products to keep an eye out for during your next shopping trip.
The Best High Protein Snacks at Costco
Tired of the same old meat sticks and string cheese? Costco has a variety of nonperishable, high protein snacks- like nuts, seeds, and clusters. You can choose between buying in a jumbo sized bag or choosing individually wrapped packs for an easy grab-and-go option for your pantry. Either way, make sure you check out this section in Costco!
Diabetes-Friendly Trail Mix at Costco
If you are looking for a bit more variety to your nut and seed collection, you should definitely check out the boxed trial mixes at Costco. Whether you prefer a trail mix that is sweet or salty, you are likely going to find a mix that is suitable for you!
Diabetes-Friendly Protein Bars at Costco
Protein bars are always a necessity in my household because they are a convenient way to get carbs, protein, and fat whenever I am in a time crunch. Here are some of my personal favorites from Costco:
Diabetes-friendly Crackers, Chips, and Pretzels from Costco
If you are looking to stock your pantry with your favorite snacks, here are some of my favorite crackers, chips and pretzels that are available at Costco.
Low Snacks at Costco for Diabetes
With diabetes, you always have to be prepared in case you have a low blood sugar. Costco has a variety of products available that can be used during hypoglycemic episodes like fruit leather, stingers, and applesauce pouches.
If you found this blog post helpful, head on over my blog posts for Trader Joe’s and Walmart for more grocery shopping tips and diabetes-friendly products to be on the lookout for.