Best Store-Bought Desserts
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Best Store-Bought Desserts From Costco

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Best Store-Bought Desserts
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Whether you're celebrating the holidays with your bubble or having a quiet night at home with your family, there are many reasons to buy dessert instead of making it. You'll save lots of time and effort, of course, and sometimes what you buy at stores is just as good as homemade and actually cheaper than if you made it yourself. Here are some of the best desserts you can buy from Costco based on customer reviews, blogger recommendations, and expert picks (Not a Costco member? You can apply here.)

Prices and availability are subject to change. Some items may be available in store at a lower sale price.

Related: 11 Ways to Stretch Your Holiday Budget at Costco, Sam's, and BJ's

Pumpkin Pie
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Chocolate Cake Filled With Chocolate Mousse
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Chocolate Cake Filled With Chocolate Mousse

$13

If you're craving chocolate, this cake is filled with chocolate mousse and coated in chocolate frosting. It's marked into 16 equal portions for easy cutting, too.

Tuxedo Chocolate Mousse Cake
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Sheet Cake
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Tiramisu Bar Cake
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Tiramisu Bar Cake

$16

I don't know if you've ever had to decide between cake and tiramisu, but you'll never have to again with this dessert. The tiramisu cake combines chocolate, coffee, and cream into a bar cake that's angelic, rich, and "as long as an average human's arm." Not quite, but close.

Cheesecake
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Cheesecake

$14

One of the best dessert buys at Costco in terms of price per ounce, the bakery's cheesecake weighs in at a whopping 4-and-a-half pounds. It gets a swirl of frosting for decoration but is otherwise a blank canvas. Instead of making a cheesecake yourself, keep it simple and gather a bunch of toppings such as fruit sauces, fudge, and berries, and let guests make their own creation.

Related: The Best Black Friday Deals at Costco 

Belgian Mini Cream Puffs
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Belgian Mini Cream Puffs

$10

A dessert practically made for a buffet, these mini cream puffs filled with vanilla whipped cream just need to be thawed and served. They've been called one of the best desserts at Costco, and they're hard to stop eating.

Gourmet Chocolate Chunk Cookies
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Gourmet Chocolate Chunk Cookies

$8

While just under $8 for cookies isn't exactly cheap, you do get 24 of them in this package. The cookies are large, so you only need one, and they don't skimp on the chocolate chunks like many popular store brands. These are a must for soft and chewy cookie lovers.

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