Happy fall, y’all. 🍂
Let’s be honest here—everyone loves fall, and if you don’t, you’re a liar. While you may not be looking forward to colder weather and longer nights, we can all agree that seasonal fall foods are delicious. You really can’t go wrong with some combination of cinnamon, sugar, and butter.
And while companies are releasing their limited-edition seasonal foods earlier and earlier, no one is really complaining at the idea of getting a Pumpkin Spice Latte at the end of summer. Costco is one of those places where you can already stock up on all your favorite fall foods, so we’ve picked the top 12 things you need to all to your shopping list.
1. Junior’s Apple Crumble Cheesecake
If you’ve ever wanted to eat apple pie and cheesecake at the same time, then this is the dessert for you. The famous Apple Crumble Cheesecake from Junior’s is back, available for $15.99. The 8-inch, three pound (!) New York-style cheesecake will get you in the fall mood in no time.
2. White Chocolate Hot Cocoa Bombs
September kicks off the beginning of spooky season, which is why these Halloween white hot chocolate bombs are already on the shelves. You’ll get a pack of 16 for $19.99, and they’re filled with mini-marshmallows. Perfect for sharing with friends!
3. Kirkland’s Signature Pumpkin Pie
If you’re already thinking about Thanksgiving (or just want to make sure you eat plenty of pie this season), Kirkland’s Signature Pumpkin Pie has already been spotted in Costco bakeries. The delicious pie is even $1 cheaper than last year, coming in at just $5.99.
4. Hallow-Boo Bark
Who says chocolate bark is only a holiday food? Costco is spooking up the delicious treat by making it Halloween-themed! It’s a milk chocolate bark topped with pretzel pieces, candy corn, sprinkles, and googly eyes (edible ones, of course). Grab a box for $8.69.
5. Kirkland’s Signature Pumpkin Streusel Muffins
Achieve your goal of eating pumpkin spice at every meal by buying a pack of these muffins during your next Costco haul. The pumpkin muffins are topped with a crunchy crumbly topping and dusted with powdered sugar. Costco sells all of their bakery muffins for $8.99 per dozen, and you can mix and match flavors.
6. Chocolate Halloween Houses
Give the traditional holiday gingerbread house a fall-themed makeover by grabbing a chocolate Halloween house! The houses are pre-built and ready to decorate and only cost $13.69 for the entire kit. There’s plenty of decorations inside, including cookies, candy, and icing.
7. JOJO’s Dark Chocolate Pumpkin Spice Bites
Dark chocolate and pumpkin spice is an underrated combination, so of course these pumpkin spice bites are delicious. They’re made with 70% dark chocolate, filled with Oat Haus’ pumpkin spice granola butter (yes, that’s a thing), and topped with gluten-free granola. The whole bag will only set you back $9.99.
8. Dare Maple Sandwich Creme Cookies
Don’t forget about maple being a fall flavor, too! If you want to munch on something that isn’t pumpkin-flavored, these sandwich cookies are the perfect option. This box will net you five trays of cookies, so you’ll be well-stocked all season long.
9. Creative Snack Co. Pumpkin Spice Pretzels
A fall staple, Costco’s Pumpkin Spice Yogurt Flavored Pretzels have officially returned to the aisles. The whole bag is $7.99, but we recommend getting more than one. These sweet and salty treats will disappear from the shelves (and your pantry) fast.
10. Chocodelice Premium Harvest Chocolates
These adorable little chocolates look like all kinds of different harvest foods, so they’re the perfect dessert to have on hand for your next autumn get-together. The chocolates are different flavors, ranging from white to dark, so there’s definitely a piece for everyone!
11. Welch’s Halloween Fruit Snacks
Whether you want to give out something a bit healthier to the trick-or-treaters, or you just want to stock up on snacks for yourself, you can’t miss these Halloween fruit snacks from Welch’s. You get a whopping 160 mini pouches for just $13.99! The flavors inside are grape, peach, orange, strawberry, and raspberry.
12. Kirkland’s Signature Braided Apple Strudel
More cinnamon sugar apple deliciousness? Yeah, sign us up. The Costco bakeries just rolled out these braided apple strudels that are seriously getting us ready to fall. The pack of eight pastries are flaky and delicious, and only cost $7.99. That’s basically a dollar per strudel!
Need even more fall foods in your life? Find out how you can make $350 tasting Pumpkin Spice Lattes! Or get paid over $1,000 to try autumn eats from Trader Joe’s!