These 6 Costco Foods Are Coming Soon – Eat This Not That
It’s no secret that Costco has a voracious clientele. Those without a local warehouse club are clamoring for openings, while discerning loyalists are still keeping tabs on all the latest menu changes in the beloved food court, noticing new bakery items and crying. the infamous “death star” on discontinued products.
There are hundreds of food and drink deals rotating throughout the year, and fans eagerly await the limited return of their favorites, with some even buying in bulk to hold out until the next release. (Costco style). With 2022 kicking off, we’re excited to share six highly-loved products you’re likely to see on warehouse shelves over the next few months.
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After a successful but temporary debut in frozen aisles in May of last year, this plant-based crispy chicken dupe returns for a limited time. Alpha Foods will add the Crispy Chik’n and Sizzlin’ Spicy Chicken Patties at the recovery range on January 18. This ready-to-bake meatless option is lower in fat than regular chicken sandwiches and each patty contains 10 grams of protein per serving. Last year the Costco size came with 10 patties for $9.99.
Reducing your meat intake has measurable health benefits, and restaurants and food companies that offer vegetarian alternatives are gaining popularity among health-conscious people.
Costco’s number one keto snack in July 2021, Whisps Asiago and Pepper Jack Crisps saw a 374% increase in sales last spring, according to instagram.
Now, cheese lovers can welcome a brand new product from Whisps and Costco to their kitchen – a 13-gram protein, low-carb Parmesan Substitute to replace your container of breadcrumbs made entirely of aged Parmesan cheese. It comes in two varieties, a Spicy Buffalo and a Spicy Italian Cheese Herb, in packs of $6.99 for 3 ounces or $8.99 for 8 ounces.
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Costco fans went wild over the news that the store’s organic creamy peanut butter would be temporarily discontinued last summer. Costco issued a statement to Eat this, not that! saying that “Kirkland Signature Organic Peanut Butter will be back in stock around November or December 2021.”
People buy more in case the product disappears again. Reddit user u/form said: “I had come down to my last two jars wondering how I was going to carry on when they were gone. Insta-bought four cases (12×4 two-packs). Taking no chances!”
Many note the only downside to organic peanut butter – the oil that sits at the top of the jar. Reviewers recommend stirring the mixture slowly with a butter knife before storing the peanut butter in the fridge for your next sandwich spread.
This indulgent treat was on the list of top items members wished Costco would bring back, and this year, their wish was granted. The Cinnamon Pull-A-Part has returned in time for the holidays, according to the Instagram account @costcobuys.
For $6.99, you can get this container of 12 pieces of deep-fried monkey bread, coated in cinnamon and brown sugar and topped with cream cheese frosting to snack on all week long, if it lasts that long. However, this amount of sugar and butter is a lot, so we suggest you share this one with your family and friends.
This fruity, pink baked good might be back just in time to start Valentine’s Day celebrations. This seasonal item first dropped in 2019, and last year’s Instagram account @thecostcopro picked up the 6 Strawberry Jelly Infused Buttery Puff Pastries for $7.99 in May.
It’s easy to see that it’s been a hit with customers. Commentators on Reddit were abuzz when they found the highly anticipated treat back in stock eight months ago.
While there’s no word yet on when they’ll reappear, so keep your eyes peeled. If you get your hands on them, most agree that crisping them in the toaster oven fuses all the sweetness together for the best bite.
Since 2016, this cult favorite has been coming back to rave reviews every year and selling out within weeks. And for good reason, since members claim that the quality of Kirkland Côtes de Provence Rosé ranks among the highest echelons of Costco wines. lifestyle blog laylita.com describes it as “well balanced and very smooth. It has a fruity flavor, notes of melon and no oaky taste as if it had been aged in metal casks”.
Instagram account @thecostcopro last spotted the Pink French Blend in July for $9.99, just in time to bask in the summer sun. When it hits warehouses this summer, pick up a few bottles (or cases) to enjoy in a chilled glass on the patio.
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