Costco Whole Earth Erythritol & Monk Fruit Sweetener Review

Costco Whole Earth Erythritol & Monk Fruit Sweetener

Michelle Keldgord

Taste: So good! Very impressed with the flavor.
Price: $8.49. A bit high.
Nutrition: Amazing – zero calories and sugar.!
Ease of Use/Store: Couldn’t be easier!

Summary

The Costco Whole Earth Erythritol & Monk Fruit Sweetener is a two-pound bag of plant-based sugar alternatives. There are zero calories and zero sugars, making it a healthy swap for traditional sugar. It can be used in a 1:1 ratio in all situations, from tea to baked treats.

I was pleasantly surprised by the Costco Whole Earth Erythritol & Monk Fruit Sweetener. It tasted exactly like regular sugar without all the calories, carbs, and harmful ingredients. I tried it in tea, cookies, and muffins, and it tasted incredible!

What I Like: Very sweet – just like sugar, resealable bag, two pounds, plant-based, keto-friendly, easy to use.

What I Don’t Like: Kind of pricey.

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As someone who bakes regularly, I use a lot of sugar. But, as most of us know, tossing back the sugar isn’t exactly *healthy.* 

That’s why I decided to give this Costco Whole Earth Erythritol & Monk Fruit Sweetener a try. 

I heard fantastic things about this plant-based, zero-calorie sweetener and wanted to see if it could be a suitable sugar substitute for my favorite treats.

Here’s what I found.

Detailed Review

So, should the Costco Whole Earth Erythritol & Monk Fruit Sweetener be added to your shopping list?

Get all the facts here:

Location in Costco Store

The Costco Whole Earth Erythritol & Monk Fruit Sweetener is with other baking products in the dried food section. As you can see, mine was easily found located next to sugar and other sugar substitutes.

The item number for Costco Whole Earth Erythritol & Monk Fruit Sweetener is 1555531.

Price

Costco Whole Earth Erythritol & Monk Fruit Sweetener costs $8.49.

And if you’re thinking this is a little steep, you’d be correct.

For example, you can get way more sugar for $5.99. 

However, in terms of “healthier” sugar substitutes, it fairs pretty well. As the image above shows, another popular swap – Stevia in the Raw – also hovers around $8.50.

You really have to think about why it has the higher price tag – then it’ll be worth the few extra dollars!

Ease of Use/Store

First, let’s talk about how easy it is to use Costco Whole Earth Erythritol & Monk Fruit Sweetener. 

It can be used in a 1:1 ratio with sugar, making it a simple swap for all your favorite recipes.

When you’re done using the Costco Whole Earth Erythritol & Monk Fruit Sweetener, you can simply reseal the bag and toss it into your pantry until you’re ready to use it again.

So simple, right? 

When stored correctly, the Costco Whole Earth Erythritol & Monk Fruit Sweetener can easily last up to two years.

Taste

I really wanted to get a good idea of how the Costco Whole Earth Erythritol & Monk Fruit Sweetener tasted, so I tried it in three separate applications. 

Let’s take a closer look:

Tea 5/5

I first tried adding the Costco Whole Earth Erythritol & Monk Fruit Sweetener to my cup of hot green tea. 

It was delicious!

I love how you could adjust the amount to your liking, and it wasn’t adding any unnecessary calories or sugars to my healthy tea options.

Cookies 5/5

Next, I whipped up a batch of cookies using the Costco Whole Earth Erythritol & Monk Fruit Sweetener instead of sugar.

I will admit that these aren’t my best-looking batch of cookies. But looks aren’t always everything. The cookies tasted insanely good. They were even kid-approved!

Whether this was from the Costco Whole Earth Erythritol & Monk Fruit Sweetener or not, I’m unsure. It could have been the fact that I was using a new recipe. Regardless, I highly recommend using this sugar substitute in your next batch of cookies. You won’t be able to tell the difference. 

Muffins 5/5

Finally, I made a batch of muffins using Costco Whole Earth Erythritol & Monk Fruit Sweetener. 

The result?

Delicious muffins that tasted precisely how they “usually” would if I used regular sugar.

All that said, the Costco Whole Earth Erythritol & Monk Fruit Sweetener is an excellent sugar substitute if you’re looking for something that tastes like the “real deal.” I highly recommend it!

Granules are slightly larger than regular sugar.
Pierce enjoying a cookie!
Adorable mini blueberry orange muffin!

Nutrition

When it comes to nutrition, there isn’t oodles to talk about. 

There are only two ingredients: monk fruit extract and erythritol.

Awesome.

This sugar substitute contains zero calories, zero sugars, and zero net carbs.

Basically, it’s the “unicorn” of sugar alternatives, if you ask me!

Final Verdict

Honestly, I give the Costco Whole Earth Erythritol & Monk Fruit Sweetener two thumbs up. It can be used for anything you typically use sugar for, including tea, muffins, cookies, etc. It tastes exactly like sugar and will make your goodies taste incredible!

Yes, it’s a *bit* pricey, but considering it has zero calories, carbs, or sugars, it’s worth every penny, in my opinion.

Have you tried the Costco Whole Earth Erythritol & Monk Fruit Sweetener? Do you prefer other sugar alternatives? Let’s talk about it below!

About Michelle

I have been a lover of sweets since day one. This led me on a self-taught baking journey starting at the age of 13. It’s been over 10 years since the start of my baking adventures, and I’ve learned a lot along the way. Now, people rave about my delectable treats, whether it’s a chocolate cake or a strawberry crepe.

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