Get a Giant Bag of HILO LIFE Keto Chips for ONLY $7.99 at Costco!

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Step up your keto snack game and save! 🤤

We know finding easy, convenient, delicious, and inexpensive store-bought snacks while sticking to keto can sometimes be difficult. However, if you’re a BIG fan of crunching on some delicious chips every once in a while, we’ve found chips that not only taste better than the real thing but they’re also low carb, keto-friendly, and not super expensive (retailing for $7.99, however prices may vary at different Costco regions)! Check out Hilo Life’s store locator to find out which locations carry their chips.

Get ready to curb that snack tooth BIG TIME!

hand holding large bag of hilo chips on kitchen counter next to smaller bags

You likely already caught me raving about HILO LIFE tortilla style chips before.

They’re low carb (3g net carbs per serving!), high in protein (9g per serving 😱), have zero added sugar, and best of all they’re packed with real, bold flavors that will totally have your taste buds thinking you’re not even eating keto! 🤩

Best of all, they’re now available in a GIANT bag at Costco in Texas and Northeast regions starting at $7.99 (prices may vary in different regions)!

large and small bags of keto chips on granite counter spilling into clear bowls

Eat your hearts out, keto friends – this bag offers so much bang for your buck! In fact, compared to the 12-count 1 oz. bags on Amazon that will run you $19.99 when you’re lucky enough to find them in stock (yup, these sell out quickly because they’re that good!), their new 12 oz. size Costco bag is around TWELVE WHOLE DOLLARS CHEAPER and offers the same amount of chips (again, these prices may vary depending on your region). 🤩

That means you can buy 2 Costco-sized bags & still spend less than the 12-count snack bags. That’s TWICE the chips for less! 👏 👏

*Note that these keto chips are currently not available online, but available in Costco locations in Texas and the Northeast Regions. Check out their store locator to find out which location carries their chips.

hand holding a bag of costco sized hilo chips

These chips have the same flavor and same ingredients as their snack-sized variety packs, and still pack a punch with bold flavor & incredible crunchy texture. YUM! 

HILO LIFE Nacho Cheese Tortilla Style Chips nutrition: 

Serving Size 1 oz. | 150 Calories | 10g Fat | 5g Total Carbs | 2g Fiber | 1g Sugar | 9g Protein | 3g Net Carbs

woman holding both sizes of hilo life chips

So why would one need a giant Costco-sized bag of HILO LIFE Tortilla Style Chips?!

Well, the real question in my opinion is why not?! And when you think outside the box of just snacking on some good ol’ chips, the options are truly endless with this bag of chips… because well, they’re nacho average chips! 😍

hand holding a nacho chip over sheet pan

You may have recently caught yourself drooling over our keto sheet pan nacho recipe which is an entire meal in itself!

If you’re looking to throw together an easy lunch, party appetizer, or even a quick dinner, you simply cannot go wrong with grabbing a bag of the all-new HILO LIFE chips the next time you head to your nearest Costco!

close up of orange chips spilling out of bag


Sara is a self-taught blogger and photographer with 5 years of experience having work featured in various building, travel, and fashion publications, most notably Bassett Furniture and Fossil.


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  1. Kris

    I want to let everyone in Southern California know these are on order at almost all the la region stores. Should arrive in August.

    • Jennifer (Hip Sidekick)

      Thank you, Kris!

    • anapr22

      Thank you

    • Denise Decker

      These great alternative chips were given the “death star” at Costco September 2021 in the twin cities , Minnesota area. Have not seen them since. Maybe they will return just as the Keto ice cream bars did.
      Fingers crossed !!!!!

  2. Dana

    I’m curious how these compare taste-wise to Quest chips… better? Based on the size of the bag and price they certainly look like bargain! Thanks!

    • Sara

      Hey, Dana! Unfortunately, I have never tried the Quest chips to know how they compare to Hilo. I will reach out to the rest of our keto team to find out if anyone else has tried both and I will certainly let you know if I have any information for you! But yes, it certainly is a great price (and well worth it) regardless! If you try them, please let me know what you think!

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      I think they are both good. I do think the Hilo Life chips hold up better to dips. The Quest chips are pretty thin and break easily. Hope that helps!

    • KayleighW

      These are WAY better than Quest chips! IMO Quest chips have a nasty protein taste. Hilo Life chips don’t!

  3. jo santos

    how many chips in 1 serving

    • Jennifer (Hip Sidekick)

      One ounce is a serving and that is about 15 Dorito sized chips.

  4. Wang

    picked these up a Costco and LOVE them. Call them our “Keto Doritos”. Have tried a lot of Keto products with about a 50% success rate, and these are at the top of the list.

    • Jennifer (Hip Sidekick)

      That’s awesome! I absolutely LOVE these!

  5. Sandra Laird

    These chips are really hard to find. I got them at the Costco in Duncanville TX, but the last two times I have been back, they didn’t have them in stock.

    • Jennifer (Hip Sidekick)

      It’s because they taste so good!

  6. Kira

    They are the best keto snack I’ve tasted, but in San Antonio, TX, Costco said they won’t have them in stock again till Oct. 😥

    • Jennifer (Hip Sidekick)

      They are very popular! I love these, too!

  7. Roxanne Hart

    Is Costco in Dallas Texas still selling these? If so, I can’t find them.

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Hi there! When checking for these through their store locator they do list the Costco in Dallas, Tx. It looks like you may also find them at Sprouts or CVS. Hoping this is helpful!

  8. David

    Just tried my first bag and they’re good! As a type-2 diabetic, I appreciate having an option to satisfy my craving for chips. I hope someday they’ll be more price competitive with traditional chips. Until then, I’ll eat sparingly…lol.

    • Jennifer (Hip Sidekick)

      These are really good! I’m glad you can have them!

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