This food-court dog-toy pack lets your pup join in on the Costco fun.
It includes fun twists on all of your favorite Costco food-court treats, including "pupperoni pizza," "all squeak hot dog," "soda pup," and the "good dog member card."
The soda pup happens to be our dog's go-to toy.
It's from the makers of BarkBox and costs $14.99 in stores.
Chicken street-taco kits make for a delicious dinner in a snap.
It wouldn't be a normal Costco trip for me if I didn't grab one of these taco kits. They're a huge hit with my family.
Each one includes 12 flour tortillas, grilled chicken, Mexican-blend cheddar cheese, shredded veggies, lime slices, salsa, and the delicious cilantro-lime crema for $4.99 per pound.
It's perfect for those days you don't feel like cooking, and each kit feeds roughly three to four people.
Adorable Squishmallows are perfect for kids or adults.
My kids go wild for Squishmallows, and I don't blame them. They're ridiculously comfy, adorable, and come in many fun colors.
Costco frequently stocks the plush toys, and right now it has these 16-inch ones for only $9.99 each.
I haven't seen them cheaper anywhere else.
The cinnamon pull-a-parts from the Costco bakery are dangerously good.
These cinnamon pull-a-parts might be my favorite bakery item Costco carries.
Be warned, these are highly addictive, I tend to eat too much every time.
They're made with sweet dough, brown sugar, cinnamon, and cream-cheese icing, and you get 12 pieces for only $6.99.
I love to microwave these for 20 seconds to give them a nice melty feel.
This kitchen bin set can help keep your refrigerator organized.
I've always had a habit of mindlessly throwing things in the fridge, leading to clutter and disorganization.
Thankfully this four-piece bin set has saved me so much hassle.
It's $19.99, BPA-free, and also freezer-safe. I even bought a second set for my pantry.
Just Bare chicken chunks are my favorite Chick-fil-A dupes
We always make sure to have a bag of these chicken chunks in the freezer. They're loved by both the children and adults in my house.
These are very similar in taste and texture to Chick-fil-A's nuggets and cost just $13.99 for 4 pounds.
We usually throw these in the air fryer and they come out so crispy and delicious. You can't go wrong putting these on a salad either.
These frozen organic dragon fruit cubes are one of my smoothie staples.
I frequently make smoothies, and I love using this organic dragon fruit when I do.
It goes well with pretty much every smoothie ingredient and, as an added bonus, it turns my smoothies pink.
I usually throw these in with a banana and some almond milk, but it also goes great in margaritas.
The 3-pound pack costs $9.99.
Mexican-style street corn is the perfect side dish.
With roasted corn off the cob and a tasty sauce made from sour cream, chili powder, and lime, this street corn is perfect for summer barbecues.
It can either be prepared in a skillet or the microwave, and it also includes a pack of cotija cheese to top it off.
This amazing side dish is found in the freezer section and comes with 56 ounces for $10.99.
Melona creamy fruit bars are one of my all-time favorite Costco finds.
These creamy fruit bars are basically gelato on a stick.
The box comes with melon, mango, and coconut flavors, and they're the perfect combination of sweet and creamy.
These always hit shelves near the middle of spring and sell out quickly. Whenever I spot them, I always make sure to stock up on as many as I can. They're that good.
Each pack has 24 bars for $11.99.
Red's keto-friendly egg'wiches are my go-to breakfast.
I love these egg'wiches as a tasty breakfast option. They use egg patties instead of bread and also include turkey sausage and cheese.
In addition to being keto-friendly, these are packed with 17 grams of protein per serving and come in a pack of eight for $12.99.
They take only about a minute and a half to microwave and another minute to cool, making them the perfect quick breakfast or snack.
These dark-chocolate, toasted-coconut cashews are my favorite sweet snack.
These cashews are layered in a vanilla créme and dark chocolate and rolled in toasted coconut.
They're dangerously delicious. If I eat them straight out of the container, I always grab too many.
For $8.49, you get almost 29 ounces, which sounds like a lot, but they'll be gone fast.
Costco's everything-bagel seasoning is actually everything.
The everything-bagel seasoning from Costco is my favorite version of this popular blend.
It's less salty than other brands I've tried, but it tastes just as good.
I love using it on avocado toast, but it's also great with snack mixes, salads, breading, and more.
Each bottle comes with over 11 ounces for just $4.49.