14+ Cult Favorites You Should Be Buying From Costco

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Costco is a truly marvellous place. The last time I went, I got a double-pack of giant olive oil bottles, a freezer full of meat, and six containers of almond milk for an extremely low price. If you’re a Costco shopper, you probably already have a few key items you buy each and every time. However, be sure you know about these Costco cult favorites that are reasonably priced, high quality, and worth adding to your next shopping list!

1. Olive Oil

As I just mentioned, you can get two huge bottles of olive oil at Costco for a fraction of the price as one small one costs in a regular grocery store. Plus, this brand is high-quality and totally chef-approved.

2. Frozen Burgers

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Costco’s bulk frozen burgers are super cheap considering the quality of the meat. The Kirkland brand also carries veggie burgers and turkey burgers, so there really is something for everyone.

3. Almonds

Almonds are something you definitely want to be buying in bulk, and Costco almonds are always a great price.

4. Bacon

Costco bacon is inexpensive, delicious, and perfect for people with big, breakfast-loving families!

5. Organic Eggs

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Farm-fresh, certified organic eggs are always on my list when I visit Costco. My family eats a whole lot of eggs, and the 24-carton is seriously helpful.

6. Frozen Berries

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Costco’s Organic Triple Berry Blend is the perfect bag of fruit to have in the freezer. Use them in cereal, oatmeal, smoothies, and more!

7. Maple Syrup

If your family eats a lot of waffles or pancakes, Costco maple syrup is something you need in your fridge.

8. Hot Dogs

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If you love the Costco hot dogs they sell near the checkout lanes, why not take a bulk box of them home to enjoy?

9. Bacon Crumbles

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I’ve never been a fan of those pre-cooked bacon bits, but Costco’s are made from 100% real bacon and taste absolutely amazing. They’re perfect for salads, omelettes, and more.

10. Peanut Butter

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Costco peanut butter comes in a double-pack and is always a great deal. There’s also a double-pack of natural peanut butter available.

11. Sandwich Rolls

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Having a party, office lunch, or need to feed a lot of people in a time crunch? Costco sandwich roll platters are the solution.

12. Rotisserie Chicken

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Costco rotisserie chicken is $4.99 and it’s pretty darn great. If you don’t have time to cook but want to feed your family some high-quality, good-tasting chicken, this is a seriously good buy.

13. Basil Pesto

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Costco pesto is actually quite good, and it’s a fraction of the price as a small jar at a regular grocery store would be.

14. Bake-At-Home Bread

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Costco’s line of Bake-At-Home Bread is so good, you’ll convince everyone you’ve made rolls, baguettes, and loaves from scratch.

15. Frozen Pizza

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If you’ve had Kirkland’s frozen pizza before, you don’t need me to tell you how good they are. Plus, they come in four-packs – because who doesn’t love pizza?!