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Island Way Sorbet at Costco Review

Island Way Sorbet at Costco - Tropical Fruit Flavored Sorbet Uniquely Served on a half "shell" of fruit!

This sorbet at Costco is a really fun dessert and a Costco fan favorite! We recently spotted them back in-store and if you haven’t tried the Island Way Sorbet at Costco, I highly recommend these! You’ll find them available in the frozen dessert section of Costco a few times a year, keep your eye out for them because not only are super fun and come served in a real fruit shell/skin, but they are delicious!

The variety packs of sorbet come all individually wrapped in 4 flavors, 3 of each flavor. These would be great for a kids party where you want single-serve/packaged food, a kids birthday, would look great styled on a baby or bridal shower dessert table and of course you don’t need an excuse to eat delicious sorbet in the summer…we ate them just because!

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Island Way Fruit Sorbet is a great frozen dessert idea for anyone who likes fruit flavored popsicles, sherbert, ice cream, gelato, acai, frozen yogurt, frozen custard or Italian ice. The presentation is SO UNIQUE, they’re worth trying just for that IMO!

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4 Sorbet in the Fruit Shell Flavors at Costco

Each box of the Costco Island Way Fruit Shell Sorbets come with 3 of each flavor:

  • Heavenly Coconut
  • Ruby Red Berry
  • Passionate Mango
  • Zesty Pomegranate

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Review of Island Way Sorbet at Costco - Tropical Fruit Flavored Sorbet Uniquely Served on a half "shell" of fruit!
Costco Island Way Fruit Sorbet Served in a Real Half Lemon Shell

Review of Costco Island Way Sorbet at Costco

The Island Way tropical fruit sorbets come ready-to-serve in a REAL half-shell coconut, lemon, grapefruit or orange – and they taste good (not just adorably packaged!). Even my picky hates all fruit 8-year old gobbled it up. I know this doesn’t sound like a huge win, but I’m telling you, if he eats it, its goooood.

It’s not the healthiest sorbet around, but it’s far from the worst. It’s dessert, so with that said, we approve and recommend! They are really a fun presentation and a fan favorite for a good reason! Presentation on these is an A+

They come individually wrapped in plastic, so these are good for any event where you want to hand out a dessert individually packaged. They also don’t contain preservatives or artificial coloring!

We Love the berry, mango and pomegranate flavors. I like the coconut, but my kids are a pass on it. I do wish the combo pack came with less coconut flavor – but in the end, they’re really delicious and I highly recommend trying them!

Keep your eye out for them to go on sale at Costco, too…they taste even better when they cost less, lol!

Note: Each one is a different size, which can get a little murky with my kids (“his is bigger than mine!”) so if your kids are the same way you may want to manage that by suggesting everyone taste the same flavor one at a time.

Sorbet in a real half lemon shell! Island Way Sorbet at Costco - Tropical Fruit Flavored Sorbet Uniquely Served on a half "shell" of real fruit!
Island Way Fruit Sorbet at Costco Served in a Real Half Orange Shell

Features

  • Gluten Free
  • Non-GMO
  • MILCHIK Approved
  • Under 200 Calories Each
  • Low Sodium
  • Fruit “Shell”
  • Individually packed
Coconut Sorbet in a Real Half Coconut Shell from Costco! Island Way Fruit Sorbet is now at Costco in the Frozen Desserts!

Nutritional Panel

The Island Way Sorbet at Costco serving size is 1 fruit shell sorbet. There are about 12 servings per container. There is a range from 70 to 190 calories per serving (coconut flavor being the highest).

Note: I was worried when I saw this panel that the individual fruit sorbets would appear visually to be very different in size and that the kids would fight over the larger ones – but the servings look somewhat similar – none of the kids noticed any were larger or smaller than others.

Island Way Sorbet at Costco - Tropical Fruit Flavored Sorbet Uniquely Served on a real half "shell" of fruit!
Island Way Fruit Sorbet Nutritional Panel – Gluten Free, Non-GMO

2022 Costco Item Number and Pricing

Island Way Fruit Sorbets are Costco Item Number 502616 and Retail for $14.99 for 12 CT.

2021 Costco Item Number and Pricing

Island Way Fruit Sorbets are Costco Item Number 502616 and Retail for $14.49 for 12 CT.

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Allergy Info

Island Way Sorbet at Costco contains dairy from cow’s milk. The product is also processed on equipment that has processed egg, wheat, milk, and tree nuts (including coconut). Please refer further questions about allergies directly to the manufacturer, information is below.

More Info on Island Way Fruit Sorbets

You can find more product info from the manufacturer here.

Have you had Island Way Fruit Sorbets? Tell us what you think! We want to know your thoughts! Drop a star rating or comment below!

FAQs

Does Costco Sell Island Way Fruit Sorbet?

Island Way Sorbet at Costco - Tropical Fruit Flavored Sorbet Uniquely Served on a half "shell" of fruit!

Costco carries 12 count variety packs of Island Way Fruit Sorbet a few times a year. Keep your eye out for it in the frozen dessert section.

How much is Island Way Fruit Sorbet at Costco?

Island Way Sorbet at Costco - Tropical Fruit Flavored Sorbet Uniquely Served on a half "shell" of fruit!

A 12 Count variety pack of Island Way Fruit Sorbet at Costco is $14.99 or $1.25 each.

Is Island Way Fruit Sorbet Good?

Island Way Sorbet at Costco - Tropical Fruit Flavored Sorbet Uniquely Served on a half "shell" of fruit!

Yes, Island Way Fruit Sorbet is delicious! Of course it’s presentation in a real half fruit “shell” or “skin” is very unique, but the actual sorbet really is good – we recommend!

All opinions expressed on CostContessa are our own. Product features and nutrition information provided on our site is provided to us by third parties, and we do not independently verify its accuracy. Consumers should verify all information. Our content is not intended as a substitute for medical counseling or reading packaging yourself. Please always see actual package information yourself (it can and does change!) and consult your doctor with all questions.

3 Comments

  1. Hi you guys changed the flavors around I really liked the simple original fruit flavors that are in the original fruit shells

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