If you live in Southern California or the Pacific Northwest, you are in luck! You can now buy Bulletproof Keto Coffee Creamer at Costco in-store! Original Bulletproof Creamer is made with grass-fed butter and MCT oil, and has 0 added sugar and 2 net carbs.
Costco is now carrying 22.7 oz tubs of Bulletproof Keto Coffee Creamer, which contains 46 servings.
Bulletproof coffee is a keto fan favorite known for its rich and creamy flavor, supporting sustained energy and fat burning. Bulletproof Keto Coffee Creamer at Costco has no added fillers, colors or sugar and offers high quality fatty acids and nutrients.
Check out these fun and creative Keto Candied Pecans recipe using Bulletproof Keto Coffee Creamer!
Bulletproof Original Coffee Creamer Features
- Keto and Paleo Friendly
- Gluten Free
- Soy Free
- No Added Sugars
- MCT Oil Sourced From Pure Coconuts
- Grass-Fed Butter
How to Make Bulletproof Keto Coffee
To make Bulletproof Coffee, aka butter coffee or keto coffee, add one scoop of Bulletproof Original Keto Coffee Creamer powder to 8 oz. of brewed coffee and stir until dissolved. Enjoy!
Tip: Try using a milk frother to mix your Bulletproof Keto Coffee Creamer at Costco into your coffee if you have one!
Costco Item Number & Price
Bulletproof Original Keto Creamer 22.7 Oz is Costco Item Number 1570630 and costs $24.99 or $0.54 per serving.
Currently Bulletproof Keto Coffee Creamer at Costco is only available in-store at Costco’s in Southern California and the Pacific Northwest Regions. We would expect to Bulletproof go nationwide and online at Costco.com soon though…keep your eye out!
Bulletproof Original Keto Creamer is also available directly from the manufacturer, and comes in additional flavors and product variations.
Original Bulletproof Keto Coffee Creamer at Costco has 100 calories, 10 grams of fat, 8 grams of saturated fat and 2 net carbs per 14 gram serving.
- 100 Calories
- 8 Grams Saturated Fat
- 0 Grams Added Sugars
- 2 Net Carbohydrates
- Source of Iron and Calcium
- Low Sodium
Grass-fed butter, MCT oil (caprylic and capric acid triglycerides from highly refined coconut oil), acacia gum.
About Bulletproof Coffee
RIGOROUSLY SELECTED: We only use high-quality, clean ingredients, not GMOs, soy or artificial fillers. We make no compromises when it comes to quality nutrition.
MIND-BODY NUTRITION: Our products have an impact that your mind and body will feel. That’s because our approach to nutrition prioritizes holistic health, from energy to mood.
SCIENCE-BACKED: We’re students of nutrition. We use traditional and science-backed ingredients to develop products you won’t find anywhere else.
Bulletproof Keto Coffee Creamer at Costco FAQs
Why Do People Drink Bulletproof Coffee?
Bulletproof Coffee is a combination of coffee with quality fats to help feel satisfied longer, stay more alert and focused, and sustain steady energy levels—without the crash.
Does Costco Sell Bulletproof Coffee?
Yes, Bulletproof Keto Coffee Creamer is now at Costco in-store.
How Much is Bulletproof Coffee at Costco?
A 22.7 Oz tub of Bulletproof Original Keto Coffee Creamer costs $24.99 in-store at Costco. That shakes out to about $0.54 per serving.
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