It’s Lobster season! And Costco Lobster Claws & Arms are available frozen in 2lb bags! If you like Costco King Crab Legs, check out this wild caught Maine Lobster in the shell! Lobster meat is a lean protein and great for Keto, Paleo, Gluten Free and Pescatarian diets! The pieces are fully cooked and scored to make preparation and eating it a bit easier. Lobster tails are generally available at Costco year round but these are a special summer treat!

Lobster bibs optional 🙂

Of course Lobster is a rather gourmet shellfish – but whether it’s a special occasion, or just whenever depending on what your budget allows, enjoying some Main lobster while it’s in season is a must for lobster fans!

The frozen Maine Lobster at Costco is fully cooked which makes a super easy but delicious meal! Just thaw the amount of lobster you want in the refrigerator or under cold water for some lobster cocktail…or thaw and quick steam to reheat and serve with butter or grass fed ghee! Chef’s choice.

I grew up in New England and now living in Southern California, I miss all the fresh live Maine lobster we used to be able get on Cape Cod!

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Costco Lobster Claws & Arms – Maine Lobster Fully Cooked

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Costco Item Number and Price

Wild Cooked Lobster Claws Frozen are Costco Item Number 36854 and cost $28 per 2lb bag or $14/lb.

Each package of frozen lobster contains 3-7 pieces. Most of the bags at my Costco contained at least 5. The claws tended to be on the smaller side…but still looked good to me!

Costco Lobster Nutritional Panel

Lobster meat has a low glycemic index and is a good source of Vitamin B12! You’ll also find lobster meat can be a source of Niacin, Vitamin E, Selenium, Copper, Zinc, Phosphorus and Potassium. Lobster does tend to be high and sodium though…those on low sodium diets should take note of the sodium content.

  • 38 Calories per 3oz Serving
  • Half a gram of Carbs
  • Virtually fat free
  • 10 grams of protein
  • Source of Calcium
Frozen Fresh Maine Lobster Claws and Arms at Costco - Fully Cooked and Scored - In the Freezer Section next to King Crab Legs!

Keto Lobster Preparation Ideas

Lobster Scampi (Keto, Paleo and Whole30): This simple Lobster Scampi with “Pasta” is Keto, Whole30, Paleo and Dairy Free. Using hearts of palm veggie noodles (can substitute for Healthy Noodle) with ghee, garlic, shallots, lemon juice, fresh parsley and salt/pepper.

Keto Lobster Salad:  This authentic (as possible) traditional lobster salad uses mayonnaise, dijon mustard, fresh lemon, salt and pepper. Serve it atop some fresh butter lettuce or on a Keto roll!

Keto Lobster Fritters: This recipe uses pork rind crumbs and almond flour alongside the classic ingredients like red bell pepper, parsley, scallion, Old Bay seasoning, lemon juice, and Worcestershire sauce. These fritters are so delicious even your non-keto friends will love them!

We recommend enjoying Costco Lobster with a glass of La Mura Organic Pinot Grigio or Conundrum!

You Might also like these fun lobster themed accessories!

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How Much is Lobster at Costco?

Costco Lobster

Wild Cooked Lobster Claws and Legs (Frozen) are Costco Item Number 36854 and cost $28 per 2lb bag or $14/lb.