Costco Is Selling Bacon-Wrapped Chicken—and It’s Stuffed with Cheese

This bacon-wrapped chicken is a dream dinner.

We all love Costco for its bakery items—like the famous two-pound tiramisu cake, enormous raspberry lemon muffins and, of course, the triple boxes of Annie’s cinnamon rolls.

But it’s not all about the oversized sweets. Costco is also a great source for decadent main dishes, like this new bacon-wrapped stuffed chicken. How good does this look?!

It’s Three Great Foods in One Bite

Costco had us at bacon-wrapped, but that’s not all this dish has going for it. The chicken is also stuffed with three different cheeses! Inside the cutlets you’ll find a gooey blend of creamy mozzarella, aged Parmesan and nutty fontina. The boxes come with six pieces of stuffed chicken that are ready to throw in the oven, microwave or air fryer for a quick and easy dinner.

@costcobuys shared all of the delicious details on Instagram.

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Even better, the chicken is antibiotic-free, the bacon is thick-cut and everything is grain-free, gluten-free and low sugar. Clearly, the cutlets are ideal for anyone who’s adhering to a low-carb, high-protein diet, but should appeal to anyone who loves bacon, chicken and cheese.

Psst: Whether you follow a keto diet or simply eat low-carb, we have recipes and meal plans to keep you on track.

How Much Is Each Box?

Each six-pack is available for $12.89, which equals about $2 per serving, a bargain in our book! According to the Instagram post, Realgood Foods also makes bacon-wrapped, stuffed jalapenos that are sold in some Southern California and Pacific Northwest Costcos, as well as chicken enchiladas that can be found around Texas, so keep your eyes open for other offerings.

If your local Costco carries the bacon-wrapped stuffed chicken, it’s also likely that you can buy them via Instacart, for just a few dollars more. After all, grocery delivery is the ultimate convenience!

Krista Garcia
Writer, blogger, content creator. I specialize in food and travel, plus digital commerce and the retail industry. Based in Portland, Oregon after a very long time spent in NYC.