These 6 Costco Foods are Coming Back Soon — Eat This Not That

You’ll want to stock up on these seasonal @Costco picks.

1/21/2022 6:00:00 AM

You’ll want to stock up on these seasonal Costco picks.

Items leave the Costco warehouse and website all the time, but several fan-favorite foods are making their grand return soon.

It's easy to see that this was a hit with customers. Commenters onRedditwere abuzz with excitement when they found the highly anticipated treat back in stock eight months ago.While there's no word yet on when they'll make a reappearance, so keep your eyes peeled. If you do get your hands on them, most agree that crisping them up in the toaster oven melds all the sweetness together for the best bite.

6Kirkland Côtes de Provence RoséSince 2016, this cult-favorite has come back each year to rave reviews and sells out within weeks. And for good reason, since members say the quality of the Kirkland Côtes de Provence Rosé ranks among the upper echelon of Costco wines. Lifestyle blog

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picked up the 6-count of buttery, flakey pastries infused with strawberry jelly for $7.99 in May. It's easy to see that this was a hit with customers. Commenters on Reddit were abuzz with excitement when they found the highly anticipated treat back in stock eight months ago. While there's no word yet on when they'll make a reappearance, so keep your eyes peeled. If you do get your hands on them, most agree that crisping them up in the toaster oven melds all the sweetness together for the best bite. 6 Kirkland Côtes de Provence Rosé Since 2016, this cult-favorite has come back each year to rave reviews and sells out within weeks. And for good reason, since members say the quality of the Kirkland Côtes de Provence Rosé ranks among the upper echelon of Costco wines. Lifestyle blog describes it as"well balanced and very smooth. It has a fruity flavor, hints of melon, and no oaky taste as if it was aged in metal barrels." Instagram account @thecostcopro last spotted the pink French blend back in July for $9.99, just in time for lounging in the summer sun. When it hits warehouses this summer, buy a few bottles (or cases) to enjoy in a chilled glass on the patio. For more info about what's happening at the warehouse in your area, read these next: