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Rip Van Wafels Minis

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Our family is a huge fan of Rip Van Wafels from Costco! These are a Costco fan favorite item, and return to stores every few months. In January, my Costco got back the Rip Van Wafel Minis – these are individually wrapped, and perfect for school lunches, office desk snacks or tucking into your bag for anytime on the go. They are really low in sugar, and delicious!

May 2022 Update: They came and went in a snap!! We bought a few bags, but we should have stocked up! We’ll let you know next time we see them! If you missed them while they were at Costco, they are also available on Amazon (and in more flavors there too).


They’re also a super bargain at Costco – with each package containing 32 individually wrapped 2-packs of wafel cookies! Definitely one of the lowest priced and lowest calorie snacks at Costco.

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Why We Like The Rip Van Wafels Minis at Costco

Our Review: We think these cookies are incredibly delicious for such a low sugar content- and – they don’t have fake or synthetic sugars in them! Both adults and kids in our house love these, and I stock up whenever they are back at Costco. One of the healthiest on-the-go sweet snack or dessert for sure!

If you’ve never had a Rip Van Wafels cookie – they are two super thin wafel cookies sandwiched by a layer of vanilla-caramel gooey goodness.

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We think these are an especially great Costco dessert option for anyone on a low sugar diet – they are pretty small, thin cookies…but they truly pack a lot of sweet tooth punch considering the low glycemic impact! They definitely don’t taste like a “diet” treat.

One of our kids trends ADHD and sugar treats at school when he needs to focus can be tricky – these are a great option for us to put a “cookie” in his lunch that doesn’t look or taste like he’s being denied a real treat like everyone else. And, My husband does triathlons and when he’s out training on his bike, he likes to takes some of these along – it’s a small push of sugar when he’s getting exhausted, but not so much it causes him up and downs. We’re fans, and definitely recommend!

Nutritional Highlights

Complete ingredients and nutritional panel are available on the Rip Van Wafels site. A few highlights:

  • 35 calories per cookie (or 70 calories per 2-pack)
  • 1 gram of sugar per cookie (or 2 grams of sugar per 2-pack)
  • 2 grams of fiber per cookie (or 4 grams of fiber per 2-pack)
  • 11 grams of carbs per 2-pack (or 7 net carbs per 2-pack)

Costco Item Number & Price

Rip Van Wafels Mini Wafels in Dutch Caramel and Vanilla, 32 Count Bag, is Costco Item #1507022 and costs $9.99 in-store. That shakes out to $0.31 for each 2-pack of wafel thins.

If you’re store doesn’t have these in-stock right now, you can buy Rip Van Wafels on Amazon too.

Where to Find Them In-Store at Costco

When they first return to the store you’ll often find them on an end cap around the snack or pantry products. After that, you’ll find the Rip Van Wafels at Costco in the snack aisle.

Online Availability

You can order Rip Van Wafels on Same Day Costco for $11.69 per bag of 32 when available in your region.

They are not currently available to order online at Costco.com.

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How much sugar are in Rip Van Wafels? Are they low in sugar?

Rip Van Wafels Minis at Costco - Low Sugar Cookies, Low Glycemic Index Snack

The Rip Van Wafels Minis at Costco have 1 gram of sugar per mini cookie – or 2 grams of sugar per 2-pack of individually wrapped cookies.

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