…Are you a fan of Costco’s bakery?
Costco is one of the most popular grocery stores in the United States, and they’re especially known for selling in bulk. If you’re thinking of buying a can of soup, you’d better go to a grocery store in your neighborhood, but if you have a big family to feed, Costco is the perfect place for you to shop.
But what about the baked goods they sell? Are they good, you might ask? Well, let us tell you that they’re absolutely divine! However, keep in mind that they’re sold in large quantities as well, so you might want to make room in your freezer to store all of them.
Unfortunately, baked goods don’t stay fresh and moist for a long time, like paper products and canned foods do, but the good thing is that these products from Costco tend to freeze really well. As an added bonus, you can enjoy them for a longer period of time, which is always great!
Speaking of baked goods, they have a lot of croissants, muffins, and pastries that are absolutely divine, so make sure to try them next time you go food shopping at Costco! Here’s a look at the best things you can buy from Costco’s bakery!
5 thoughts on “Costco’s Bakery: 8 Things You Should Try ASAP!”
i loved all of these
i love all of these i will try some of these
A longtime favorite is the 2-loaf pack of Rosemary/Parmesan bread. Oh, so good….and not available at all Costcos. Tuxedo cake, pumpkin pie and all those refrigerated desserts are real treats.
These must be regional. The Costcos in the San Francisco bay area don’t have many of these items.
Have you ever considered using stevia, or monk fruit sweetener for people who need a low sugar diet?