Costco Kirkland Signature Mac and Cheese Review

By: arektablog.com

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Costco Kirkland Signature Mac and Cheese Review

Many Costco pre-made meals are comfort foods. Kirkland Signature Mac & Cheese fits that bill. Some say macaroni and cheese isn't a meal, thus this may be a side. When all is said and done, what matters is quality! Is it?

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Location in Store

This is in Costco's pre-made meal section beside quinoa salad, chicken tacos, and enchilada bake. It was from Costco in Kalispell, Montana.

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Taste

Rich, velvety cheddar blankets tender macaroni in soothing, nostalgic comfort. Smooth and creamy without being heavy or greasy.

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Cost

This huge side dish feeds 8-10! Costco sells $12–14 packets of mac & cheese for $3.49 per pound. Not cheap, but worth it.

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Convenience

Refrigerate the meal until its best-before date, four days after purchasing. Preheat the oven to 400°F, remove the plastic top, and foil the pan to bake the mac and cheese.

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Nutrition

The Costco Kirkland Signature Mac and Cheese typically has around 330 calories, 14g of fat, 39g of carbs, and 12g of protein per serving.

Ingredients

Costco Kirkland Signature Mac and Cheese Ingredients: 1. Enriched macaroni 2. Cheddar cheese 3. Whey protein concentrate 4. Butter 5. Skim milk powder 6. Natural flavors 7. Annatto extract (for color)