Kirkland Signature Stir Fry Frozen Vegetables Review

Costco stir fry frozen vegetables are a quick and healthy meal option to get all your vegetables in for the day! I have been wanting to try the Kirkland Stir Fry Frozen Vegetables for awhile. 

These frozen stir fry vegetables are perfect to have on hand when you want to make a quick stir fry. They make eating healthy easy and convenient. 

costco stir fry vegetables


  • Costco Item number 1015237
  • Found in freezer section near the boxed frozen meals.
  • $8.49 USD. for the 5.5 pound bag

They are labeled as “Kirkland Signature Stir-Fry Vegetable Blend, Premium Frozen Vegetables”. It contains a mix of precut and ready to cook vegetables that includes the following.

  • Broccoli
  • Sugar Snap Peas
  • Green Beans
  • Orange Carrots
  • Yellow Carrots
  • White Mushrooms
  • Red Peppers
  • Water Chestnuts
  • Onions

What I loved

These vegetables are convenient and quick to prepare. You just simply store them in your freezer and pour some out when you are ready to cook your meal. They come pre-cut and ready to cook. I find this very easy as you don’t have to mess with buying fresh vegetables and cutting them up for your stir-fry. 

If you have a small freezer, storing the bag can be difficult as it is a pretty large bag. I really like that the bag comes with an easy to open tab that includes a ziplock for resealing. 

looking into bag of frozen vegetables

Cooking the Vegetables 

The frozen vegetables can be cooked in the microwave or on the stove top. Here are the cooking instructions that are shown on the bag. 

cooking instructions on bag

I choose to prepare mine on the stove top using a wok. I just added some olive oil spray to my wok and then added the vegetables. 

frozen vegetables in pan

Since these vegetables are a frozen stir-fry blend you can use them as a side dish to a regular meal, in a stir fry, or to include in a recipe. I choose to add in some pre-cooked white rice and pre-cooked grilled chicken from Costco to make a stir fry rice and chicken bowl. 

grilled chicken strips from costco

I first covered and heated up the frozen vegetables until they were about halfway cooked. Then I added in some of the pre-cooked chicken. I covered the chicken and vegetable blend and stirred frequently until the chicken was heated up. 

vegetables cooking

Then I just added in the rice, mixed it all together, and continued stirring until the rice was heated up. Total cooking time was only about 15 minutes, and I had a complete dinner that was easy, healthy and quick to prepare. It was really good too! 

adding rice to the vegetables


I am very picky about my vegetables. Some brands of frozen vegetables just don’t taste that good. Many have an earthy taste to them, so I was worried that I might not like these. 

We also don’t typically use vegetables such as the water chestnuts, yellow carrots, and sugar snap peas, so I was a bit worried that we wouldn’t like all the vegetables included in this blend. 

I was very surprised, as the vegetables tasted really good and I actually liked them all. I added some sauce onto mine. 

vegetables, rice, and chicken cooked and in a bowl


Here is the nutrition information for the Costco stir fry frozen vegetables. 

nutrition information for frozen vegetables

The ingredients are what you would expect to see in a bag of frozen vegetables, and since 1 cup contains only 35 calories, this makes these vegetables a great low calorie option. 

Final Thoughts 

If you’re looking for a quick and convenient option for vegetables as a side dish or as a stir-fry base, you should try this! I have been trying to make more low calorie healthy meal options for my family, and this is a great staple to have in the freezer. 

You could pair this with different sauces, meats, and rice. One of my favorite restaurants serves vegetable teriyaki bowls, and this meal I prepared using the Kirkland Stir-Fry Vegetable blend, tasted just as good and was cheaper and quicker to make at home. 

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