Here’s the thing about the Costco® bakery - some items offer better savings than others. So, knowing what to purchase is important if you want to save some money. That’s why we’ve listed a few surprising Costco® bakery hacks that you’ve just got to use:
1. Buy the 12-pack muffins
Did you know that Costco’s® muffins freeze great? So, even if you don’t eat a lot of muffins, just buy the 12-pack and keep it in your freezer. When you crave one, just pop one out and microwave it - it’ll taste fresh and buttery, just like it was on the day you bought it. Given how well they’re priced, it makes sense to do this. At least, you won’t have to spend on single muffins anymore.
2. Get the pies
If you like eating pies, there’s no reason for you to buy one anywhere other than Costco®. The bakery’s pies are so well priced and they are huge! So, if you are looking to feed a large group on a budget, just head to Costco® and pick up one or two pies.
3. Shop bread at Costco®
We know there are a lot of places you can bread from, but it’s hard to beat Costco’s® unit price on French bread, sandwich rolls, sliced whole wheat bread, and hamburger rolls. You get great value for your money and the bread tastes great. Just ensure you freeze some, so it doesn’t go bad.
4. Sheet cakes are an awesome bargain
If you’ve watched viral videos of people creating wedding cakes by assembling two or more Costco® sheet cakes, you already know how well the sheet cakes are priced. They’re easy to customize as well, so you can buy a simple sheet cake from Costco® and deck it up the way you want. The results are amazing and you’ll save a lot of money. It’s also a fun project to do, especially if you have someone to help you.
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