I Tried the Crepini Cauliflower Egg Wraps at Costco (Not Good)

I bought a bag of  Crepini Egg Wraps with Cauliflower at Costco on a whim.  I wanted to see if I could use the zero carb wraps as a tasty and healthy part of my journey to shed 30 pounds.

It turns out that there are lots of things to dislike about these wraps and they will not be part of my shopping list going forward.

Keep reading to see if these wraps are right for you as well as my favorite way of using them.

Crepini Cauliflower Egg Wraps at Costco

Nutrition and Ingredients

Let’s take a closer look at what you get with these wraps.

Nutrition Facts

You get 14 wraps per package and one wrap is considered a single serving.

The nutritional facts for a single serving are:

  • Calories: 30
  • Fat: 1.5g (2% DV)
  • Cholesterol: 40mg (14% DV)
  • Sodium: 95mg (4% DV)
  • Carbohydrates: 0g (0% DV)
  • Protein: 3g

Egg Wrap with Cauliflower Nutrition

Ingredient List

The wraps have the following ingredients:

  • Egg whites
  • Whole eggs
  • Cauliflower powder
  • Olive oil
  • Salt
  • Xanthan gum
  • Spices
  • Citric acid

The product is labeled as Paleo and Keto Friendly as well as Gluten and Grain Free.

Taste Test!

The packaging states that you can eat these straight from the refrigerator, after warming in the microwave or crisping in a skillet.  I tried the wraps all three ways and cold was my favorite. The wraps have the most egg flavor when cold and get dried out when I crisped them is a skillet.

The overall flavor profile is “mildly eggy” and neutral.

My favorite way of using the wraps is to spread a couple tablespoons of hummus onto it and add some Siracha chili garlic sauce.  I rolled up the wrap and sliced it into a pile of savory and spicy bite sized pinwheels.

Egg Wrap with Hummus and Sauce

Problems with the Cauliflower Egg Wraps

The flavor of the egg wraps is fine but they have several problems that make me not able to recommend them.

These wraps have a large diameter, about the same as a tortilla that you would use for making burritos.  When I bought the wraps I had ideas of using them to make enchiladas and tacos or using as wraps for tuna salad.

Unfortunately the wraps are incredibly thin and tear easily. In order to actually use them as a wrap you would need to layer three of them together to have enough structural integrity to hold anything of substance.  And of course, as soon as you stack three of them you have tripled the calorie intake.

Egg Wrap Texture

The second problem is that it was incredibly frustrating trying to remove a single wrap from the pile.  The edges on these things are stuck together and it takes me about a minute to separate them and peel off a single wrap.  Frustration and hunger is not a pleasant combination.

The package is not resealable so the wraps start to dry out in the refrigerator.

The packaging says that you are supposed to consume all 14 wraps within 7 days of opening the package.  I’m sorry but, while the wraps taste okay, they are not tasty enough to make me want to eat two a day for seven days in a row.


The 14 count of wraps (9.86 oz) has a regular price of $7.67 at Costco which works out to a cost of $0.547 per wrap and $0.777 per ounce.

You can get a 1.5 ounce package of smaller sized wraps at Walmart for $2.96 which works out to a cost of $1.97 per ounce.

This means that you will save $1.20 per ounce (60%) when you buy the wraps at Costco.

Cost of egg wraps with cauliflower at Costco


Good morning and welcome to the site dedicated to helping you find great products at Costco and other stores! My name is David Somerville and these are hands on reviews of products that I have bought and used or am seriously considering purchasing. I do most of my shopping at the Costco in Baton Rouge, Louisiana but will check out any other Costco warehouses I find while travelling. Please get in touch with any questions and let me know of any great products that deserved to be featured in this blog!

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