Thursday, March 21, 2024

Coscto Faves Part 3

I'm back and sharing more of our FAVES From Costco... things that we love and purchase on repeat either because they're a bargain, EXTRA tasty or both ;)

If you missed it you can find Part One HERE and Part Two HERE.

First up is this fully cooked bacon.  I was a total skeptic at first but Sharon convinced me to try it while we were in Big Bend and it's DELISH!  When we were camping we ate it cold straight out of the package (#campinglife) but at home we put a couple of pieces on a paper towel, microwave for 30 seconds or so to heat it through and ENJOY! You can easily heat it in a pan and then cook your eggs in the grease if that's more your speed but it really is delicious and you get 4 dozen pieces in the package which I feel like makes it a bargain too.

I can't find these every time I'm there but if you can find them in stock they're a MUST!  A MUST!!! They're so crispy and aren't overly coconutty.  They're a dessert of choice for me!

I'm fully convinced that the organic Caesar salad kit is the best Caesar you can buy.  The dressing, the cheese, the croutons... it's PERFECT!! The bag is huge and it's a hit every single time.  

This turkey breast has become a staple at our house.  It's great on sandwiches or by itself when you need a little somethin' in the afternoon and literally tastes like delicious leftover Thanksgiving turkey ;) We love the thick slices and this is a steal compared to other deli meats.

These aren't the cheapest or healthiest side option BUT if you're in a pinch for a meal pair these with a rotisserie chicken and some Caesar salad and you're GOLD.   

Who doesn't love a Ritz cracker?  These are SO MUCH CHEAPER at Costco than the grocery store and my kids never get tired of them.  With meat and cheese for a quick lunch, dipped in PB and Nutella for an after-school treat or just straight from the sleeve ;)

My kids LOVE the chicken alfredo with penne pasta (in the pre-made section) and I can't object with the convenience on a school night.  It's enough to feed my whole family (which is a rarity) and the amount of chicken is HEFTY so it's extra filling.  I'll serve it with some sourdough and the bagged Caesar I can't stop raving about and dinner is done!

Hoping you found this helpful with trying out something new or planning a meal or two for your family!  If you have a Costco fave leave it in the comments!

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