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Impossible Burger at Costco – Frozen Patties

Impossible Burger at Costco
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Right now in the freezer aisle, you can find a sleeve of 10 frozen patties of Impossible Burger at Costco for a super good deal!! Impossible burger really made a name for itself with the launch of the Impossible Whopper at Burger King a few years back, and we’re big fans! These plant based burger patties are low carb, gluten free, vegan and you pretty much just cook them like you would a burger – toss on a grill or in a skillet or however you like yours cooked!

Our Review

We buy the Impossible Burger Patties and love them! Occasionally we get the brick of Impossible Burger too, but we find that it’s just as easy to break up a couple patties as using the brick, so a sleeve of the burger patties serves both purposes for us – as a “veggie burger” and to use crumbled in chili, sloppy joes, etc.

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Impossible Burger at Costco
Impossible Burgers at Costco – Review

For veggie burger lovers, these are a no brainer. For those who are really meat eaters, I think these taste best when there is a lot of flavor in all the things around them – because they don’t have their own flavor like beef (well, not nearly as much, anyway…) and the texture is a little different of course. We think it’s great in chili – even my meat loving 8 year old will eat it in chili! It takes some getting used to, I definitely suggest really doctoring them up to start, and as you get used to the texture change you can play around with preparing them without so much spice/sauce.

The Impossible Whopper is another good example – that has a generous helping of special sauce, onions, and a lot of flavor added to it. I love the impossible burger at BK! That said, they catch a lot of slack because the burger [may or may not be] is cooked on the same grill as the beef – for me personally – I like eating meat free food, but I am not vegan, so I can overlook that…but mentioning in case it’s not okay with you…know before you go, right!?

impossible burger at Costco
Plant Based Impossible Burgers at Costco

Did you buy Impossible Burger at Costco? We’d love to hear your thoughts, how you cooked them, your review, and what you made with them! Drop us your thoughts in the comments!

Impossible Burger Patties Feature:

  • Vegan
  • Kosher Parve
  • 19g protein (comparable to 80/20 ground beef)
  • 0 mg cholesterol
  • 13g total fat
  • No animal hormones or antibiotics

Costco Price & Item Number

Impossible Plant Based Burger Patties 10-Pack, Frozen, is Costco item number 1665919 and costs $15.99 in-store. That shakes out to $1.60 per patty.

ProTip: Keep your eye out for these to go on sale, you can save as much as $5.00 on this item when it’s in the Costco Coupon Book…that’s $1.10 each!

January 2023: This item is on sale in the January 2023 Costco Coupon Book!

Costco.com & Same Day Costco Availability

You can also order these Impossible Burger patties from Same Day Costco for $17.86 or through the Costco.com Cold & Frozen Delivery program for $19.99.

Price Comparison

When you buy a 6-patty sleeve of Impossible Burgers from Amazon Fresh, you’ll pay $16.29 or $2.71 each – that’s almost 2x the Costco price!

Impossible Burger at Costco - Frozen Patties - CostContessa
Impossible Burgers from Costco – Vegan, Keto, Gluten Free Plant Based Burger Option – Sold Frozen

Where To Find Impossible Plant Burgers In-Store at Costco

You will find the 10-pack sleeve of vegan Impossible Burgers in the freezer aisle, near chicken nuggets and Salmon burger patties.

Nutritional Panel

Impossible vegan “burger” patties have 230 calories, 4 net carbs and 19g of protein.

Impossible Burger Calories Carbs Fat - Nutritional Panel
Impossible Burger Nutrition Facts

Impossible Burger is also way better for the planet — it uses 96% less land, 92% less water, and generates 91% less GHG emissions than beef from a cow. 

~Impossible Burger

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