For additional questions regarding delivery, please visit Business Center​​ Customer Service​ ​or call 1-800-788-9968. I have also read reviews suggesting they be eaten with hummus and I am interested in trying this combination. ( Log Out /  I know that a lot of vegetarians and vegans opt to eat veggie-or soy-based burgers that are more reminiscent of meat products because, although they do not eat meat for health or ethical reasons, they enjoy the taste and texture of meat. I think they go well with a honey mustard sauce or a sweet salad dressing. They are both wider and thicker, making for a heartier and more satisfying meal. They were sold in large packs but my brother told me that he would eat them if I did not like them (as a side note: the fact that my meat-loving brother would be willing to eat a veggie burger says a lot about the quality of these burgers), I gave them a try. Change ), You are commenting using your Twitter account. They are good in the toaster oven, although they take far longer than the time on the package–maybe because they are very thick. But…today I stopped in Avon after going to IKEA and there they were! I find that the microwave tastes just as good and takes a lot less time, although you do have to be careful not to cook it too long, as then it becomes extremely dry and difficult to cut (and then becomes something just to pick up and bite!). I recently posted about the summer organic sale at Costco (It’s “organic time” at Costco) and was happy to find that one of the items included in the sale–and now available at Waltham–were the Dr. Praeger’s organic harvest veggie burgers. I hope they come back. I did not eat meat at school so veggie burgers were my option at the rather frequent “cookouts” or “picnics” at school events. Therefore, I appreciate that these veggie burgers are what they claim to be—veggie burgers. And of course was disappointed when, like so many other products, they no longer carried them (It’s Gone? Change ), The best place for savings on your cravings, Product Review: Dr. Praeger’s harvest veggie burgers, (Product Review: Kirkland Ancient Grains granola, (Product Review: Dr.Praeger’s spinach cakes, Product Review x3: Meal Mart Passover kugels | Cruising Costco, (Slightly) different veggie burgers now offered | Cruising Costco, Product Review: 32 Degrees Heat Cozy Plus Sleep Lounger, Who makes Kirkland products? Just as college was the first time that I ate granola (Product Review: Kirkland Ancient Grains granola) and really started enjoying yogurt (Product Review: Kirkland Greek Yogurt), it was also when I had my first veggie burger. I do not like nonmeat that is masquerading at meat. (Part 1 of 3). Change ), You are commenting using your Google account. I’m glad I read and tried this suggestion from other reviews. I actually enjoyed them quite a bit, although not enough to choose them over other foods when not at school. They are also stuffed with vegetables, making them feel healthy and balanced with the starchier chickpeas and lentils added to add bulk and grain to the burger. And of course…I called two locations (Dedham and Avon) after Waltham stopped carrying them and neither have them either. They are filling, and I eat one as a side dish for fish along with a salad but two if they are serving as the main course along with a salad and maybe a side of fruit. Type and press the down arrow to browse search suggestions, Printers, Copiers, Scanners & Fax Machines. Tobacco products cannot be returned to Costco Business Delivery or any Costco warehouse. I know they have a few Morningstar varieties but I was under the assumption that Morningstar products are meant to represent meat vs. focus on the vegetables (I do not like the texture or taste of fake meat). Because they are a little dry on their own, the hummus adds some flavor and texture. ( Log Out /  Dr. Praeger’s Sensible Foods ® signature California Veggie Burgers have been our #1 seller for 25 years! Not quite as good as the old ones but definitely not bad! Mine took a long time to even get hot inside and even then were not crispy. New update: I *thought* I had got the organic harvest veggie burgers but they are actually Organic california veggie burgers. Slightly different. Pingback: (Slightly) different veggie burgers now offered | Cruising Costco. What a surprise…every time I like an item, it is gone! This is an exception to Costco's return policy. Dr. Praeger's Organic California Burgers, 3.55 oz, 12 ct. Costco Business Delivery can only accept orders for this item from retailers holding a Costco Business membership with a valid tobacco resale license on file. A friend has also recommended cutting the veggie burgers and putting the pieces on a salad. (Part 2 of 3), Who makes Kirkland products? (Part 3 of 3), Who makes Kirkland products? Discontinued Products). I was looking forward to buying them again as this was the time last year that they had them on sale for their August “organic sale.” Anyone know of a good alternative? Dr. Praeger's Organic California Burgers, 3.55 oz, 12 ct . I eat them plain but I know others eat them a roll like traditional burgers. The have a good flavor with vegetables and spices but are not overpowering. Consistent with Costco-sized products, these burgers are larger than the ones sold in the typical packs sold in the grocery stores at 4 oz./burger vs. 2.5. Price changes, if any, will be reflected on your order confirmation. Change ), You are commenting using your Facebook account. ( Log Out /  They are both wider and thicker, making for a heartier and more satisfying meal. The idea is just bizarre to me (side story: in college I went out for vegan Chinese food with some friends for the first time. Product availability and pricing are subject to change without notice. Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: You are commenting using your account. Therefore, I appreciate that these veggie burgers are what they claim to be—veggie burgers. Some people also add a slice of cheese to them. That is not the best Costco but it came through with the veggie burgers! I have now tried them with hummus and they are delicious. All prices listed are delivered prices from Costco Business Center. We decided on the “chicken.” Having grown up seeing my dad ask whether the chicken in Asian restaurants was white meat, I proceeded to ask the same question to the waiter. California Veggie Burgers are Non-GMO Project verified and vegan, plus they’re only 130 calories per serving. Pingback: Attracting millenials | Cruising Costco, Pingback: Product Review x3: Meal Mart Passover kugels | Cruising Costco. ( Log Out /  Consistent with Costco-sized products, these burgers are larger than the ones sold in the typical packs sold in the grocery stores at 4 oz./burger vs. 2.5. I will review them soon. Costco dr. Praegers Organic California Veggie Burgers Nutrition Nutrition One burger is 190 calories, eight grams of fat, seven grams of protein, two grams of fibre, one gram of sugar, 350 mg of sodium and 21 grams of carbohydrates. I had basically given up on finding them at Costco again as they have not been in Waltham or Dedham in almost a year (and not in Avon when I called in the summer). He gave me a strange look and said, “It’s not chicken…” Yeah…Anyway, the “chicken” was pretty good but fake meat is still not something I would choose over other options). Enter your email to receive great offers from Costco Business Delivery. Do you prefer veggie burgers that taste more like vegetables or meat? Costco Business Center products can be returned to any of our more than 700 Costco warehouses worldwide. However, after discovering that I liked Dr. Praeger’s products (Product Review: Dr.Praeger’s spinach cakes), I decided to try the veggie burgers when I saw them at the Dedham Costco. Carrots, peas, zucchini, onion and spinach are just a few of the veggies in this classic plant-based veggie burger recipe that tastes as good on its own as it does in a salad, bowl or wrap. The directions suggest cooking them in a toaster oven, in a skillet, or in the microwave.