Costco Acai Bowl Frozen Organic Treats!
March 2023 Update: Back in Stock! Have you had a Costco Acai Bowl? These frozen Ittella Organic Acai Bowls from the Tattooed Chef are DELICIOUS! Acai is also vegan, gluten free and low calorie. The bowl is a blend of açai with organic fruit, including: strawberries, blueberries, and bananas packing tons of great flavor, nutrients and antioxidants. It comes with a coconut granola topping or you can add your own! These Ittella frozen acai bowls from Costco make a delicious, easy snack or dessert for under 200 calories!
They taste great, are filling and satisfying. If you like acai definitely give them a try, I think you’ll be pleased with them considering how easy they are and cost around only $2 each! You can spot them on sale sometimes too, which is a great deal!!
Recently they were on sale and I’d stocked up on a bunch of them – they were a lifesaver when my kids got sick! The frozen acai is a great healthy alternative to ice cream, and it’s loaded with antioxidants and fiber and more – and has WAY less sugar!
Alternatives: If you can’t find these Acai Bowls at Costco, look for the Sambazon Organic Acai Bowls in the freezer at Costco, or you can buy this frozen acai on Amazon Fresh or at Costco and add your own toppings (see ideas below). Or mix up your own acai using this Organic Acai Powder.
Costco Pro Tip: This product tends to rotate in and out of Costco regularly. If you’re Costco doesn’t have it right now, there’s a good chance it’ll be back soon. I also recommend requesting it with your local store manager. And keep your eye out for it to go on sale – when you see it on sale in the Costco Members Only Sale it’s usually stocked nationwide during those sales.
If this is down your alley, make sure you check out the Costco Dragon Fruit, and our post on 8 Easy Ways to Use Costco Dragon Fruit! There is also an acai bowl in the Costco Food Court that’s worth a try!
What We Like About the Costco Acai Bowl:
- Gluten Free
- Dessert Under 200 Calories
- Source of Fiber
- Source of Potassium
- Source of Iron
- No Cholesterol
- Low Sodium Food
Can’t find the Acai Bowls at Costco? Try making your own with these recommended products!
Costco Frozen Acai Bowl Instructions
These Ittella frozen acai bowls are ready to eat right out of the freezer – just thaw and eat! The acai comes with a separate gluten free granola packet with unsweetened coconut chips. You can add as much or little as you want, and of course always add your own fresh fruit toppings (or not), nuts, carob chips or whatever other toppings you like on your “nice” cream!
Add Your Own Toppings
The Costco Acai bowl comes complete with separate acai bowls and a toppings packet so you can easily customize your bowl (or not). You can use the toppings and add fresh fruit. Or Just use the toppings (like I did) or you can ditch their toppings and add all your own.
Here are some toppings ideas that go great with acai bowls:
- Fresh Bananas
- Fresh Berries (Strawberries, Raspberries, Blueberries, Blackberries, etc)
- Sliced Almonds
- Chocolate Chips
- Diced Protein Bars
- Peanut Butter (look, I like peanut butter on everything, okay? lol)
Organic Ittella Acai Bowl Nutritional Panel
- Certified Organic by Quality Assurance International
Costco Item Number & Pricing
Ittella Tattooed Chef Organic Acai Bowls are Costco Item Number 1322060 and Retail for $12.99 for 6 bowls. That shakes out to around $2.16 each.
Tip: We’ve spotted them on sale for $3.60 off in the past! Keep your eye out since these stay good for awhile in the freezer!
Tattooed Chef Organic Acai Bowls Ingredients
Have you had the Organic Acai Bowls from Costco? Tell us what you think! We want to know! Please share your opinion with a star rating or in the comments below!
You can find more product information on this product from the manufacturer: Ittella Tattooed Chef Frozen Organic Acai Bowls.
Costco Acai Bowls from Tattooed Chef Microwave Instructions
These gluten free, vegan, organic acai bowls at Costco are delicious! I always remove everything from the box so that it stores in less space in the freezer but then I don't have the microwave directions...if you tossed your box and need to know how to zap these in the microwave...we've got you! You can always leave them on the counter for 40 minutes to thaw them, or if you don't want to wait you can definitely microwave them! Tattooed Chef Acai bowls at Costco are a fan favorite!
- 1 Tattooed Chef Organic Acai Bowl
- 1 Packet of Toppings
- Remove film from acai bowl
- Microwave for 30 seconds
- Microwave for 10 seconds
- Stir, add topping packet (optional) and enjoy!
Microwaves can vary in strength, you may need to add 10-20 more seconds of time in the microwave if still too frozen...but shouldn't take more than a minute to prep these quick, easy and healthy vegan "nice" creams! See ideas above for alternative acai bowl toppings.
Serving Size:1 bowl with topping packet
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 180Total Fat: 8gSaturated Fat: 4.5gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 0gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 15mgCarbohydrates: 29gFiber: 6gSugar: 12gProtein: 3g
These vegan Tattooed Chef Acai bowls are fantastic, so happy to see them back at Costco! I concur and recommend too!
Great review! It tastes really good and is yummy and quick alternative for a smoothie. However I would like to know if this has caffeine in it?
The packaging does not have any labeling at all on it for caffeine – and I don’t believe it contains any caffeine. I know some local acai shops add granola and other toppings that have caffeine, but I don’t believe the granola topping in the Costco acai bowls have any caffeine (from my reading of the ingredients list, at least). I’d ask the manufacturer if that’s an important feature though – I don’t have an official answer to that question…
These are delicious. I actually decided to try them this month when shopping at Costco. Now I am so addicted so was googling more about the product when I stumbled upon this blog post. I love how they are a healthy product too versus me just running for doughnuts in the morning. Thanks for sharing this and I love the blog…and Costco!