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It’s officially September now, and that means soup season is here! This week we found the the Kirkland Signature Chicken Tortilla soup back in stock at Costco and we’re reviewing it for you here today. This fall soup is a Costco fan favorite item and is available seasonally and the specialty aisles of Costco. It comes refrigerated in a two-pack and is a heat and serve soup. 

Costco Tortilla Soup - Made with White Meat Chicken
Kirkland Signature Chicken Tortilla Soup at Costco is Back!

Why We Like It

This KS Chicken Tortilla Soup from Costco is a delicious soup! Super flavorful without being spicy, quality chicken pieces (no weird icky bites) and for 120 calories per serving, this is a great quick lunch. 

We heated ours on the stovetop, which is the recommended preparation. However, you can certainly microwave it if you’re looking to make this at the office or just don’t want to clean the pot lol.

Our entire family likes it, even our suuuuuuuper picky 9 year old (who hates everything) ate half a bowl today! Half a bowl might not sound like much, but for him, that’s HUGE!

Kirkland Signature Chicken Tortilla Soup from Costco – Review

Product features

  •  made with all white meat chicken
  •  no artificial flavors
  •  vegetarian fed chicken
  •  120 calories per serving
  •  11 grams of protein per serving
  •  fully cooked – just heat and serve

What We Didn’t Like

It’s high in sodium like many prepared foods. For our family’s needs, this is okay on occasion…but if youre on a low sodium diet or it disagrees with you, note the sodium content.

chicken tortilla soup
Kirkland Signature Chicken Tortilla Soup at Costco – Serving Suggestion

Chicken Tortilla Soup Serving Suggestions

Top your soup with:

  • avocado slices
  • shredded cheese
  • crushed or sliced tortilla strips
  • fresh cilantro
  • sour cream or crema
  • diced onions
  • jalapenos
Tortilla Soup at Costco from Kirkland Signature
We Like to Top our Costco Tortilla Soup with Fresh Avocado and Shredded Cheese

Serve your soup with some yummy sides, here are our ideas:

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  • tortilla chips
  • guacamole
  • salsa
  • tacos
  • pinto beans
  • Mexican rice

Cooking Instructions

ProTip: Heat soup on the stovetop for best results.

SAUCEPAN: cook on medium high heat, stirring frequently until hot.


MICROWAVE: Remove lid and peel back plastic film about 1/2″ to vent or move soup to microwave safe bowl. Microwave on high for 5 minutes. Let stand in microwave for 1 minute. CAÚTION: CONTAINER AND
SOUP WILL BE HOT. Carefully grasp container on sides with potholders when removing from the microwave. Stir thoroughly for even soup temperature. Microwave ovens vary. Time is approximate. Uneven heating may cause popping, movement of container, or splattering.

Nutritional Panel

Costco Chicken Tortilla Soup has 120 calories per serving
Costco Chicken Tortilla Soup Nutritional Panel

Costco Item Number & Price

Kirkland Signature Chicken Tortilla Soup 2 32oz Containers is Costco Item Number 9929 and costs $9.99.

Find the Costco Tortilla Soup annually each fall in the refrigerated specialty aisles. This item is sold in store and may be available for delivery via Same Day Costco.

Have you tried the Kirkland Signature Chicken Tortilla Soup at Costco? What did you think? We’d love to hear whether you liked it (or not!)! Drop your thoughts on it in the comments below!

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FAQs

Is the Kirkland Signature Tortilla Soup from Costco Healthy?

Costco Chicken Tortilla Soup

Overall, the Kirkland Chicken Tortilla Soup is relatively healthy. It has 120 calories per serving and 11 grams of fat. Those who require low sodium foods should note the high sodium content.

How many calories does Costco Chicken Tortilla Soup have?

There are 120 calories per serving of the Kirkland Signature Chicken Tortilla Soup from Costco.

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