Costco is stocking its shelves with delicious bakery, stylish decor, and cozy clothing this January.
Stay warm and cozy with the Danskin half-zip pullover.
Check the bakery for the cream pie and Kirkland Signature banana-nut loaf.
As a longtime Costco employee, I'm always on the lookout for eye-catching items at the store.
Here are 10 of the best things at Costco right now.
Prices may vary by location.
Say hello to the chocolate-chip cookies in the food court.
Costco recently replaced its food court's churros with a chocolate-chip cookie.
The cookie, which is served warm, is made with bittersweet and semisweet chocolate.
It has the perfect crunchy exterior with a soft, fluffy center.
The cookie is $2.50 at Costco's food court.
If you have a sweet tooth, check out the triple-chocolate cream pie.
The triple-chocolate cream pie is a new item in Costco's bakery.
It has a graham-cracker crust, chocolate-custard, fudge-brownie, and whipped-cream layers, and a chocolate-shaving topping.
It's a delicious must-try for chocolate lovers.
A 4-pound pie costs $20 at my store.
Kirkland Signature daily multivitamins come with 500 tablets.
Kirkland Signature daily multivitamins are one of my store's top-selling supplements.
The tablets contain calcium and vitamin D to support bones and teeth.
My location sells a container of 500 tablets for $16.
The Simply Fuel protein balls make a great snack.
If you're looking for a grab-and-go snack, pick up a pack of the Simply Fuel protein balls on your next Costco trip.
The gluten-free chocolate-coconut-peanut-butter balls contain probiotics and 8 grams of protein per serving.
My store sells the Simply Fuel protein balls for about $12 per pouch.
Stay stylish and warm with the Danskin cozy half-zip pullover.
Danskin came out with a popular ladies' cozy half-zip pullover.
The sweatshirt features kangaroo front pockets and thumb holes and comes in tan, blue, and green.
Sizes in-store range from extra small to XXL, but larger sizes can be found on Costco's website.
The Danskin pullover costs $20 but is currently on sale for $16.
Store your belongings on the go with the Lolë belt bag.
The Lolë belt bag is a lower-priced dupe of versions from luxury brands.
The adjustable belt bag features a large compartment with mesh pockets and a zipper pocket with a key clip.
It comes in black and tan.
The Lolë belt bag retails for $15 at my location.
Refresh your hair with the OGX renewing argan oil of Morocco.
I love the idea of having smoother, shinier hair, so I was happy to see the OGX renewing argan oil of Morocco at Costco.
The oil can be applied alongside conditioner, used as an overnight hair mask, or rubbed on dry hair to enhance its shine.
A pack of two bottles of OGX hair oil retails for $12.50.
The Ravena floor mirror is popular for a reason.
We sold out of the Ravena floor mirror within five hours of having it in-store.
It's been trending online, and we often receive calls asking if it's back in stock.
The mirror, which comes in silver or gold, features beveled glass, a cast-iron metal frame, and scrollwork detail.
The Ravena floor mirror costs $150.
The Kirkland Signature banana-nut loaf is crunchy and delicious.
The new Kirkland Signature banana-nut loaf is a must-try. It's made fresh in the bakery daily and is so delicious.
The bread is perfectly soft, not too sweet or dry, and topped with walnuts for that soft crunch.
A 2-pound loaf costs $7.
The four-drawer rolling cart can store almost anything.
If you're looking for a new way to organize your home, you might want to check out the four-drawer rolling cart.
The steel-frame rolling carts have been selling quickly at my Costo, so check your location for the $60 organizer.
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