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6 Costco Bakery Favorites You Can Get Right Now

But just because you can doesn't mean you should...

Come one, come all! The Costco bakery section is a circus of treats specially made in-store that are guaranteed to satisfy even the pickiest sweet tooth. But like the recent start of spring, the items come and go with the seasons.

This can make it difficult to plan your grocery list before your journey to your neighborhood warehouse. To make things easier, we've gathered intel about the bakery favorites that are available right now.

These cakes, cookies, and pastries may be loaded with sugars or other less than healthy ingredients, so remember to enjoy them in moderation. For more about what not to load your shopping cart up with on trips to the warehouse, here are Costco Foods You Should Always Avoid, According to Nutritionists.

Chocolate Chunk Cookies

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A 24-pack of this bakery favorite is on sale for just $6.49 right now at the Costco bakery. That comes out to about a quarter (yes, $0.25!) for each cookie. While these are a staple in this part of the warehouse, they aren't usually this cheap.

FYI: Since the ingredient list includes sugars, oils, and artificial flavors, we do recommend sharing.

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Raspberry Crumble Cookies

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The bakers at the warehouse have been busy this spring—and one of the season's most beloved treats has been spotted at select locations. Described as "grown-up Poptarts" by some, Costco's Raspberry Crumble Cookies are especially delish when heated up before serving.

A 12-pack of his bakery favorite is currently $8.99. As with the Chocolate Chunk Cookies, consider spreading the love. One cookie has 320 calories, 17 grams of fat, 40 grams of carbs, and 21 grams of sugar. That's about 5 teaspoons of sugar per cookie!

For more on seasonal Costco foods, here are the 7 Best Costco Food Deals For Spring.

Cinnamon Pull-A-Part

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The Costco bakery is the unofficial sponsor of breakfast pastries, and there's another one waiting for you at your local warehouse right now: the Cinnamon Pull-A-Part. Previously thought to have been discontinued last year, it's been spotted by multiple Costco Instagram accounts for only $6.99.

Combine a piece (there are 12 in one tin) with healthier breakfast foods that can help keep your blood sugar in check, because this combo of brown sugar, cream cheese icing, and sweet dough may cause a spike. Here are some good ideas: The 15 Best Tips for a Healthy Breakfast, According to Dietitians.

Assorted Cookies

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In addition to individual flavors, Costco is also serving up an assorted pack of cookies right now. Instagram user @costco_doesitagain spotted the $7.99 pack recently, and it contains the following cookies: Chocolate Chunk, Oatmeal Raisin, and Double Nut (with white chocolate). You know the drill though—finishing the pack slow and steady (or sharing it) wins the race!

Related: 17 Costco Facts You Never Knew

Lemon Cooler Cake

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If you explore the bakery section at Costco right now, you'll also find some new cakes! One is the Lemon Cooler Cake, which was recently spotted by Instagrammer @costcobuys. It only costs $10.99 but weighs in at a massive 64-ounces (that's 4 pounds!). Eat responsibly.

Tuxedo Chocolate Mousse Cake

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Another cake uncovered in the Costco bakery by @costcobuys is the Tuxedo Chocolate Mousse Cake—and it's currently on sale! Regularly $15.99, it's $2 off through April 11. This cake features four layers of chocolate and weighs more than 2.5 pounds. Not all chocolate is bad for you, but some of the ingredients in this cake aren't the healthiest. Enjoy a slice, but don't overdo it.

For more on what you can get at the warehouse soon, here are 10 Popular Products Coming Back to Costco This Year.

Amanda McDonald
Amanda has a master's degree in journalism from Northwestern University and a bachelor's degree in digital journalism from Loyola University Chicago. Read more about Amanda