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Costco Just Brought Back 2 Beloved Holiday Bakery Items

Several holiday food items are already on shelves at Costco warehouses across the country. Now, the beloved bakery section is starting to get in on the fun.

What's popping up alongside the roster of fall favorites that includes apple crumb muffins, double-crust apple pie, and pumpkin streusel muffins? Not one but two holiday bakery items.

Members are taking to social media to alert others about the finds, and we've gathered all of the details. Without further ado, here's everything you need to know.

Related: Costco is Opening up New Warehouses in These Areas

The massive pumpkin cheesecake is back.

Costco pumpkin Cheesecake

Move over pumpkin pie, because pumpkin cheesecake is here for the season. Instagram user @costcohotfinds recently did a "happy dance" after they spotted them back on bakery shelves. The 4.88-pound whipped cream-topped treats cost $15.99.


This dessert is perfectly pre-portioned.

cutting cheesecake

A dessert that weighs 5 pounds likely has a lot of calories. According to MyFitnessPal, an entire pumpkin cheesecake has about 6,500 in total.

Thankfully, these cheesecakes come pre-cut into 16 slices, each of which has around 410 calories. Bonus: No guestimating is required when slicing into dessert after the turkey is done.

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If you're a fan of peppermint, you're also in luck.

Happy family are having dinner at home. Celebration holiday and togetherness near tree.

As Costco members learned earlier this year when fall-flavored bakery items popped up in August, it's never too early to start celebrating an upcoming holiday with huge treats. The second new item to hit warehouses is the beloved peppermint bark.

Members and moderators of several Costco Instagram accounts are posting about this find.

This Costco holiday bakery item is a time-saver.

Costco peppermint bark

You can get 14 servings of this festive findwhich is made with Belgian chocolate and all-natural peppermintfor only $9.99. Bark is meant to be broken up, meaning you can enjoy it without over-indulging. For more healthy holiday tips, here are the 15 Healthiest Holiday Food Swaps.

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