When you need something that’s a relatively carb-conscious treat and not too expensive, these Kirkland Nut Bars are delicious!

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I should probably apologize to everyone who’s not lucky enough to live near Costco, because it seems like so many of the products I recommend for Kalyn’s Kitchen Picks come from there. It’s true, I am a huge Costco fan, and these Kirkland Nut Bars are my latest Costco discovery.

And of course many of the things I love from Costco are especially appealing because of the price! At my Costco these Nut Bars are $14.99 for a package of 30 bars! In fact they’ve even gotten less expensive since the first time I bought them, and that doesn’t happen too often.

Are the Costco Nut Bars Low in Carbs?

For me these bars are something I eat occasionally as a treat, and they have 17 carbs and 8 grams of fiber for 9 net carbs. And for relatively healthy grab-and-go treat, they’re delicious!

Complete Nutritional Info for Costco Nut Bars:

Here’s the complete nutritional info for the Costco Nut Bars if you want to see whether it’s something you’d want to have in your pantry. These amounts are for one bar.

  • 200 calories 
  • 15 grams fat
  • 0 cholesterol
  • 125 mg. sodium
  • 17 total carbs
  • 8 grams fiber
  • 6 grams of sugar
  • 5 grams of protein. 

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All products featured here for Kalyn’s Kitchen Picks are things I use in my own kitchen that I buy myself and would happily purchase over and over, and these companies have no idea I am featuring their product. Because I want readers to trust my recommendations, I stopped accepting sample products to review back in the early days of my blog. You can see all the products I’ve recommended by checking out the category for Kalyn’s Kitchen Picks.

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