This popular breakfast pastry is back at Costco’s Bakery

Nothing gets Costco fans raving like this Warehouse baked goods. From cakes and cookies to muffins and tarts, there is something delicious for everyone.

Keeping its bakery offering as dynamic as ever, the members-only chain has just brought back the popular ham and cheese pastry, spotted by multiple social media accounts yesterday. the Bakery products, sold in packs of four for $8.99, have a flaky crust filled with ham, provolone cheese, and a béchamel sauce. They make a perfect breakfast as they freeze well and are perfectly reheated in an oven or air fryer.

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Costco ham and cheese pastries

Costco ham and cheese pastries

Social media users flocked to the comments section of Instagram and Reddit to rave about the savory pastry that made it first debut in 2021.

“Love love love them!!!” one Instagram user commented on a post by @costcohotfinds. “These are dangerously good lol,” added another person.

she knows called the baked goods a Starbucks “cheat” and reported that the breakfast pastries “tastes just like Starbucks ham and cheese croissants, but without the unappetizing Starbucks price tag.”

Amidst the social media chatter, several users also offered suggestions on how to eat the item, with @costcohotfinds writing, “I put mine in the air fryer at 350C for 8 minutes and it came out perfect!” Others recommended, to top the pastry with an egg, hot honey or Campari tomatoes.

However, not all Costco shoppers are welcoming the returned baked goods with open arms.

“You’re not all that 😢,” wrote one person The Instagram post by @costcobuys. reproducing a similar feeling someone else said on Reddit“Not a fan of it. We picked her up last trip and I couldn’t eat more than a few bites.”

Costco’s ham and cheese pastries aren’t the only cheesy products at Costco that’s causing a stir. Last week, Instagram users @costco_doesitagain announced that Beecher’s “World’s Best” Mac&Cheese is now available in several Costco locations. Despite its superlative title, the product is received mixed reviews from buyers.

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