This Wildly Popular Snack Is Coming Soon to Costco Warehouses
Costco is a big place with thousands of items. As the year goes on, some get discontinued while others make their debut. Later this month a new treat will be added to Costco warehouses — HighKey Mini Cookies. (Related: Costco Foods You Should Always Avoid, According to Nutritionists.)
High Key Mini Cookies are coming to every Costco location later in June.
You may have spotted the blue bags of these cookies at your local Costco before, but the 12-ounce bags have only been at select locations so far. Starting June 18 they will be at all 500+ warehouses for $12.99, HighKey tells Eat This, Not That!.
The nearly 1-pound Costco bag is bigger than the jumbo value size bag sold on HighKey's website for $19.99. If you want to take advantage of the warehouse chain's deal you'll have to act fast, because the cookies will only be available until June 27.
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What's different about these cookies?
Keto-certified and low-carb, these chocolate chip cookies have only 1 gram of net carbs per serving, which is about seven cookies. This amount also has 130 calories, 13 grams of fat, 105 milligrams of sodium, 2 grams of fiber, 0 grams of sugar, 9 grams of Erythritol, and 3 grams of protein. (The fiber and Erythritol subtract from the carb amount, which is why the cookies come in at 1 gram of net carbs.)
They've been wildly popular lately.
"My kids love these, and I don't feel bad about letting them have it," he said, per People. "Also, in fairness, it occupies them for about 15 minutes, which is always lovely."
Keto dieters also have discussed the cookies on Reddit:
(As for the price, the Costco HighKey Mini Cookies version is a better deal than others, even on Amazon.)
In addition to the HighKey Mini Cookies, other things are coming to a Costco near you soon, too!
The cookies aren't the only new things you'll see at your local warehouse this summer. The company has announced the return of multiple pre-pandemic perks like indoor food court seating, churros, samples, and no mask-wearing.
But one thing you may not see anytime soon? Curbside pickup…and the CFO says this is the reason why.