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Addictive Costco Snacks You'll Be Happy You Bought in Bulk

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Bulk Up

Buying snacks in bulk makes sense when you consider that they usually have long shelf lives and let's face it — we all go through them pretty quickly anyway. So there's no need to worry about them going bad before you can eat them all, especially if you have kids or grandkids to feed. Costco has loads of crave-worthy snacks, both sweet and savory (and even for special diets), that let you load up for cheap. Here are some of the most delectable options, from pizza rolls to chocolate-covered, sea-salt caramels. 


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Busseto California Snackin' Salami and Provolone Snack Costco
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Busseto California Snackin' Salami and Provolone Snack

$12 for 8 3-ounce packages


Whether you're on a keto diet or not, it's hard to resist these bite-sized salami and cheese snacks. These are a great mid-afternoon pick-me-up without eating a bunch of empty carbs.


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Kirkland Signature Organic Chunky Guacamole Costco
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Kirkland Signature Organic Chunky Guacamole

$14 for 16 2.5-ounce packages


Guacamole is a great snack to have around, but it doesn't last for more than a day or two without turning brown. These individual cups are great for a single-serve treat or an easy lunchbox addition and at less than $1 each, too.


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Totino's Pepperoni Pizza Rolls
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Totino's Pepperoni Pizza Rolls

$10 for 160 rolls


Say what you will about pizza rolls and their uncanny ability to burn the skin off the roof of your mouth — if you've ever had to feed a pack of teenage boys, it's best to buy these tasty little pouches of molten lava in bulk. 


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Ore-Ida golden crinkles fries Costco
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Ore-Ida Golden Crinkles

$7 for 8 pounds


It's hard to find anything for under a dollar per pound nowadays, let alone something as crowd pleasing as French fries. Grab and handful or two of these Ore-Ida crinkle-cut fries and brown them in the oven or air fryer in no time.

Kirkland Signature Cheese, Fruit and Nut Packs Costco
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Kirkland Signature Cheese, Fruit, and Nut Packs

$11 for 16 1.4-ounce packs


Keep these snack packs in your fridge and you'll be able to have your own little charcuterie board without any effort whenever you want. Each pack includes cheddar cheese, almonds or cashews, and dried cranberries. 


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Pepperidge Farm Goldfish Crackers Costco
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Pepperidge Farm Goldfish Crackers

$11 for 66 ounces


If you have kids or grandkids, Goldfish crackers are indispensable. This huge 66-ounce box has three bags so they don't all go stale on you. They're 16 cents per ounce at Costco versus 27 cents per ounce at big box stores.

Pirate's Booty Costco
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Pirate's Booty

$11 for 40 bags


Like the Goldfish crackers, Pirate's Booty is a cheesy, salty snack that's low in calories. It comes in boxes of 40 lunchbox-sized bags, so even if you don't have kids, you won't be tempted to eat too much at once. 

Cretors Cheese and Caramel Mix Popcorn Costco
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Cretors Cheese and Caramel Mix Popcorn

$7 for 32 ounces


This sweet-and-salty combination of caramel and cheese popcorn all mixed together is a fan favorite. Just be sure to shake the bag or mix it up in a bowl for an even distribution since the heavier caramel corn sinks to the bottom. 

Snack Factory Pretzel Crisps Costco
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Snack Factory Pretzel Crisps

$8 for 28 ounces


Can't decide between chips or pretzels? These pretzel crisps are the best of both worlds. They are thin and chip-shaped for optimal crispness — and dunking ability — but they taste like a crunchy pretzel. 

Kirkland Signature Microwave Popcorn Costco
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Kirkland Signature Microwave Popcorn

$12 for 44 packages


If you've been having an unusually high amount of movie nights since the pandemic started, now's the time to start buying your microwave popcorn in bulk. There are 44 packs of movie theater butter-flavored popcorn in this box which equates to an impressive 9 pounds.

Kirkland Signature Peanut Butter Pretzels Costco
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Kirkland Signature Peanut Butter Pretzels

$10 for 55 ounces


You can find similar peanut butter-filled pretzel nuggets at a lot of stores nowadays, but they're still a bit pricey in small bags. Put them in an almost 3.5-pound plastic jar, however, and they're a bargain that will last a long time without going stale. 


Kirkland Signature Premium Extra Thick Steak Strips
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Kirkland Signature Premium Extra Thick Steak Strips

$11 for 12 ounces


This smoke-flavored beef jerky is tender and cut extra thick. For keto eaters trying to get their protein levels up, they’re a great choice. But note that there are 4 grams of sugar per strip, so if you’re being extra careful about your macros, don’t go too crazy. 


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Ruffles cheddar and sour cream potato chips Costco
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Ruffles Potato Chips

$7 for 27 ounces


There isn't much potato chip selection in big bags at Costco — you'll only see Ruffles in original and cheddar and sour cream flavors. But if your family goes through them quickly, they're a great deal. It's less than a quarter an ounce, but at least 35 cents per ounce at stores like Target.


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Kirkland Signature Extra Fancy Mixed Nuts Costco
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Kirkland Signature Extra Fancy Mixed Nuts

$16 for 40 ounces


Mixed nuts have always been on the pricey side, and with inflation, the price is only going up. So it makes sense to buy in bulk, especially when they come in an airtight jar like this one. This mix even includes macadamia nuts. 

Kirkland Signature Trail Mix Costco
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Kirkland Signature Trail Mix

$13 for 64 ounces


Trail mix has evolved beyond good old raisins and peanuts, though not by much. This 4-pound, resealable bag also includes almonds, cashews, and M&Ms for extra sweetness in all those salty nuts. 

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Kirkland Signature Ice Cream Bars Costco
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Kirkland Signature Ice Cream Bars

$9 for 18 bars


It doesn't have to be hot out to enjoy one of these ice cream bars. The creamy vanilla ice cream is coated with a crispy chocolate shell specked with roasted almonds for crunch. At 50 cents per bar, they're hard to beat.

Smucker's Uncrustables Costco
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Smucker's Uncrustables

$13 for 18 sandwiches


No matter the logic or lack thereof, an Uncrustable is always better than a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, especially when it's in a lunchbox. Since they're frozen at Costco, you can keep them around for a long time as a special treat for only 72 cents per sandwich. 


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Yoplait Go-Gurt Simple Yogurt Costco
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Yoplait Go-Gurt Simple Yogurt

$8 for 32 2.25-ounce tubes


Yogurt tubes made yogurt an on-the-go snack that's portable, easy to clean up, and requires no utensils — plus kids love eating them. This package comes with two flavors and a rip-off top so it stores neatly in your fridge.

Kellogg's Nutrigrain Bars Costco
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Kellogg's Nutrigrain Bars

$14 for 64 bars


Nutrigrain bars are easy to throw in a lunch box, but they're just as easy to grab when you didn't have time to eat breakfast before work. There are a whopping 64 bars in this box in three different flavors for variety, making them only 22 cents per bar.

Ocean Spray Craisins Costco
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Ocean Spray Craisins

$9 for 64 ounces


Raisins are old news; Craisins are the dried fruit snack of choice now. These sweetened dried cranberries are bright and tart and come in a 4-pound resealable bag. Mix them with lots of other goodies on this list and make your own trail mix.

Kirkland Signature Organic Animal Crackers Costco
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Kirkland Signature Organic Animal Crackers

$10 for 4 pounds


Seeing which animal you fish out of the tub is half the fun of these animal crackers with detailed designs. They're organic, and like everything in these plastic jars, stay fresh for a long time while keeping the pantry organized.

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M&Ms Peanut

$14 for 62 ounces


It's a lot easier to grab a handful of M&Ms when they're in a bulk jar like this one — though that may be a disadvantage, depending on your view. You'll get almost 4 pounds of the chocolate candy, and it's also available in plain M&Ms too.

Sanders Dark Chocolate Sea Salt Caramels Costco
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Sanders Dark Chocolate Sea Salt Caramels

$9 for 36 ounces


If you're someone who can have this jar of amazing dark chocolate-covered sea-salt caramels in your house for more than a couple days before it disappeared, congratulations. If not, maybe only keep a jar around for special occasions. 

Kirkland Signature Milk Chocolate Almonds Costco
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Kirkland Signature Milk Chocolate Almonds

$14 for 48 ounces


The almonds at the center of these candies are roasted, giving them a nuttiness that goes especially well with the creamy milk chocolate coating. This 3-pound tub will last a long time and is more convenient than a bag.

Fannie May S'mores Snack Mix Costco
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Fannie May S'mores Snack Mix

$10 for 18 ounces


It's hard to put down this bag of s'more snack mix from nostalgic candy maker Fannie May. It includes a mix of crunchy graham cracker squares and chewy marshmallows, all coated in rich milk chocolate. Though s'mores are usually a summertime treat, it's available year round.

Nature Valley Crunchy Granola Bars Costco
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Nature Valley Crunchy Granola Bars

$14 for 49 packs


Fans of crunchy snacks adore these Nature Valley oat and honey bars. They're crumbly and crisp in just the right way, and besides a snack on its own, they're great crumbled on top of yogurt or ice cream. For only 28 cents per pack, this deal is hard to pass up.

Kirkland Signature Soft and Chewy Granola Bars
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Kirkland Signature Soft and Chewy Granola Bars

$8 for 64 bars


If you're more the chewy granola bar type, then grab these chocolate chip bars from Costco's own brand. They're only 100 calories per bar, and only 13 cents each. 

Welch's Fruit Snacks Costco
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Welch's Fruit Snacks

$13 for 90 packs


As the box says, these fruit snacks are made with real fruit — and plenty of sugar, which is what makes them so good. But they're a great snack option for satisfying that sweet tooth, and it'll only cost 14 cents per pouch to do it.

Kirkland Signature Praline Pecans Costco
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Kirkland Signature Praline Pecans

$13 for 40 ounces


Buying plain pecans is not cheap, let alone candied pecans like these. But $13 for two-and-a-half pounds is a great deal, especially when you consider how good these are with their sweet, caramel-like praline coating.