Costco’s Bakery Section Is Severely Underrated — Here Are the Items You Need to Try

Raspberry Crumble Cookies

These can be a little tricky to find because only select stores carry them, but if you see them, grab them! You won’t regret it. Costco fan accounts on Instagram have been raving about them for months and we’ve literally never seen anyone say a single bad word about them.

Coffee Cake Muffins

Store-bought coffee cake can be dry and flavorless but that is not the case with Costco’s coffee cake muffins. They are moist and full of cinnamon flavor.

Kirkland Signature artisan rolls

Our favorite thing to make with these ready-to-eat artisan rolls? Slather the outsides with a little bit of butter and grill up some ham-and-cheese sammies. The best.

Kirkland Signature variety cookies

This variety pack comes with eight chocolate chunk, eight oatmeal raisin, and eight white chocolate cookies — pleasing even the pickiest of cookie-eaters.

Kirkland Signature 12-inch cheesecake

Costco’s cheesecake is a hit during the holidays. Why? It’s a 12-inch cake that serves 16 and costs less than $20. Oh, right, and it tastes incredible.

Kirkland Signature tuxedo chocolate mousse cake

They say don’t judge a book by it’s cover. But when it comes to this tuxedo chocolate mousse cake with its dark chocolate ganache at Costco, it definitely tastes as great as it looks.

Sheet cake

For around $20, you can feed 48 people — and it doesn’t get any better than that.

Kirkland Signature butter croissants

Made with real butter and baked daily, you won’t find a fresher, more intoxicating batch of croissants anywhere else.

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