What are the top 10 foods that are actually cheaper at Costco? Well, before my separation I was always the supermarket shopper (and the cook) for the family. I enjoyed that role because I liked being in control of choosing quality ingredients and making healthy & nutritious meals for the family. My other half at the time didn’t really enjoy cooking (or supermarket shopping).
Since getting separated, it has been even more important to maximize every dollar when doing the food shopping for me and the kids. So, while I haven’t turned into a coupon clipping manic like some housewives on Extreme Couponing, I do admit to liking to save a few dollars, all while using the power of positive thinking.
So, here is my list of the top 10 foods that are actually cheaper at Costco…
2. 2. Greek Yogurt
I have gained much respect for plain, non-fat Greek yogurt. It is super high in protein and low in fat & carbs. I eat it mixed with protein powder and fruit (cherries or blueberries), as a substitute for sour cream on my famous homemade turkey chili, and I even mix it with hot sauce and use it as a healthy alternative to ketchup/mayonnaise as a condiment for my eggs, hamburgers, or grilled chicken. The average price elsewhere is $2.50/lb, with the cheapest at my local Shoprite for $2.20/lb. At Costco you can get organic, plain, non-fat Greek yogurt for $1.88/lb..