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Hannah Organic Tzatziki at Costco

Hannah Organic Tzatziki at Costco

New and perfect for a Greek Brunch Board! Just found this Hannah Organic Tzatziki at Costco and it’s delicious! I bought this to serve at a brunch this weekend, love that it’s organic, keto friendly, made from greek yogurt which has natural probiotics, calcium and only 40 calories per serving. It’s a cool, light and refreshing cucumber greek style yogurt dip which is perfect these hot summer months (although really I love it in all weather, any month!) with crisp fresh summer veggies, salad, bbq or anything that could use a little sauce!

I’m going to be honest, I love Tzatziki…creamy greek yogurt, cucumber, dill…it’s like guacamole to Mexican food for me…it might be the best part! It’s a must have with greek food (which I also do really love)…so this is a winner for me! I enjoyed it, and I’d buy it again. I ate it with the Hannah Foods falafel, as well as hummus and greek salad. I thoroughly enjoyed it! Nice, light yogurt, I think most kids will eat this too.

New at Costco! Organic Tzatziki Cucumber Greek Yogurt Dip from Hannah Foods

Serving Ideas for Hannah Organic Tzatziki at Costco:

Greek Board using any of the following more traditional Greek Foods:

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  • Chicken or Koobideh Skewers
  • Falafel
  • Pita
  • Greek Salad
  • Rice PIlaf
  • Hummus
  • Fresh Sliced Cucumbers and Tomatoes
  • Tabouli
  • Baba Ganoush
  • Dolma

We also love to eat our Tzatziki with:

  • Grilled Chicken
  • Grilled Fish
  • Sandwiches
  • Salads
  • Crudite Platter

Basically, think of Tzatziki like a mayo/dressing substitute…so anything you might put a creamy dressing or mayo on is fair game for Tzatziki! I know, the Hannah organic tzatziki at Costco looks huge at 30oz…but it’s so good, it goes FAST in our house!

Tzatziki Nutritional Panel

Hannah Organic Tzatziki at Costco has 40 Calories per serving and 3 grams of fat.

  • 40 Calories
  • 3g Fat
  • 2g Carbs
  • 0g Sugars
  • 1g Protein
  • 4% DV Calcium
Hannah Foods Organic Tzatziki at Costco has:
40 Calories
3g Fat
2g Carbs
0g Sugars
1g Protein
4% DV Calcium

Mom Tip

Tzatziki contains 0 Sugar…so if your kids do like tzatziki it’s a REALLY SUPER DUPER healthy swap for ranch dressing! In fact, I’d suggest trying to start kids who need a little saucy sauce to get them eat veggies on tzatziki instead of ranch (if it’s not too late already)…and if it is it’s really worth trying to swap because it has that same nice cold creamy-ness with a light herbiness…just sans all the sugar, plus it’s made from yogurt so it has the probiotics and calcium. Nothing to lose, it’s most definitely worth a try! My picky eater is a ketchup-a-holic not a ranch-a-holic but if you’ve got a ranch-addict it’s a great way to reduce some sugar!

Costco Item Number and Price Info

Hannah Foods Organic Tzatziki Yogurt Dip 30oz is Costco Item Number 994595 and Costs $7.49.

What is Tzatziki

Tzatziki is a dip or sauce found in the cuisines of Southeast Europe and the Middle East. It is made using yogurt, cucumbers, garlic, salt, olive oil, sometimes with vinegar or lemon juice, and herbs such as dill, mint, parsley and thyme. It is most often served as a side dish with meals, and sometimes also a cold appetizer before a meal.


New Organic Tzatziki at Costco - Nutritional Panel - Greek style cucumber yogurt with natural probiotics, calcium, low in carbs, 40 calories

More information about Hannah Foods Organic Tzatziki at Costco can be found on the manufacturer’s website here.

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    1. Yes, it comes and goes – it will be back (I would expect) at some point – fingers crossed! I haven’t seen this brand at my regular grocery store, but most grocery stores where I live do carry some brand of tzatziki. If you have any greek restaurants locally (or lebanese, persian, or similar) you can often get fresh tzatziki. I’ve never made it, but I bet it’s not that hard to make? I hope you find it, or it comes back soon!!

    2. I love Hanna’s Tzatziki from Cosco, but once again they stopped carrying it a couple of weeks ago. It is”cancelled” according to their computer list. I have been told it is “seasonal” but who knows.
      Are there any other stores that sell it, or can it be ordered on line?


      1. I’ve never found it anywhere else – it seems to come and go – keep your eye out I’m would expect it will come back at some point. I’ll let you know if I find it at any other stores!

      2. I just saw on their website that possibly you can find it at Roche Bros (which I realize is regional…not sure where you live but if you happen to have Roche bros I’d try there!).

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