15 Desserts You Can Buy at Costco
Ah, Costco: the place where you can get a swimsuit, fresh milk and eggs, and a larger-than-life cake all in the same trip. There are many great Costco buys out there, but we're highlighting one of the best perks of the store: the desserts. From ice cream sundaes at the food court to frozen mochi and cheesecake, you never know what you'll find at Costco to satisfy your sweet tooth.
Here are some of the desserts we saw on a recent trip to Costco. They just might inspire your next shopping list!
Ice Cream Sundae
Stopping by the Costco food court for a slice of pizza after shopping? Grab an ice cream sundae, too! You can choose either strawberry or chocolate topping with vanilla soft serve. Yum!
Ticklebelly Desserts Edible Cookie Dough
If you've ever wanted safe-to-eat raw cookie dough at home, get to Costco ASAP! These refrigerated jars of edible cookie dough are too delicious to pass up.
Chocolate Chunk Cookies
If you're looking for the taste of homemade cookies without firing up the oven, pick up a 24-pack of cookies from Costco's bakery. They'll taste just as good!
Cookie Variety Pack
If 24 chocolate chunk cookies are too many, try the variety pack, which includes chocolate chunk, double nut, and oatmeal raisin cookies.
Mini Chocolate Chip Cookies
The Costco bakery really thought of everything! This adorable tub of mini cookies is $8.99 at Costco. They're the perfect accompaniment for our Chocolate Chip Cookie Dip.
Kedem Tea Biscuits
Is your afternoon not complete without a steaming cup of English Breakfast? These tea biscuits are the perfect pairing.
Sheila G's Brownie Brittle
One treat you can count on seeing at Costco is this bag of brownie brittle. When you don't feel like making a pan of brownies, this is the next best thing to those crunchy corner pieces.
Tate's Bake Shop Chocolate Chip Cookies
These thin, crunchy cookies are iconic for a reason. We don't blame you for picking them up on your Costco runs.
BarkThins Snacking Chocolate
BarkThins are delicious, they're portion-sized, and they come in a resealable bag. Need we say more about this chocolate treat?
Kinder Bueno Chocolate Bars
Kids of all ages will love these chocolate candies. With milk chocolate and a hazelnut filling, these are even better than eating Nutella with a spoon.
Pocky Biscuit Sticks
These thin cookie sticks are just plain fun. Use them to garnish ice cream or homemade milkshakes, or just eat them straight out of the box.
Ferrero Rocher Hazelnut Chocolates
If Kinder Bueno wasn't enough to satisfy your chocolate-hazelnut cravings, these individually wrapped chocolates are sure to do the trick.
Jacques Torres Fruit & Nut Clusters
If you've had hot chocolate or a fresh-baked cookie from Jacques Torres, you know how good this chocolate brand is. So if you see these fruit and nut clusters at your local Costco, they're worth a try, especially at the $7.97 price point.
Lindt Lindor Truffles
Do you keep a little bowl of chocolates on your countertop? If you're looking to spruce it up, you can't go wrong with a bag of these individually-wrapped, circular chocolates.
We can share all of the latest and greatest desserts here, but let's be honest: Few can hold up to the classic Oreo. This American staple is at Costco for all your snacking needs.
And for more Costco buys, check out these 30 Cheap Costco Buys That Make the Membership Worth It.