It’s not exactly a secret that Costco has extra large quantities of practically everything one could imagine buying. After all, you don’t go there unless you’re ready to stock up. But just how big can Costco go? We’ve taken probably a gazillion trips to Costco in our lifetime, and even we were surprised by these sizes.
Bulk Up, Baby! Ludicrously Giant Portions You Can Buy at Costco
Audubon Park Nature’s Blend Premium Wild Bird Food
We hope that’s for a lot of birds and not to feed one giant creature.
Whole Wheel Parmigiano Reggiano
Even Costco describes this cheese as “extravagant” — what else can you really say about buying that much cheese?
D'Artagnan 18-month Aged Boneless Spanish Serrano Ham
This ham is the size of a very big baby.
Plaza Osetra Kilo Caviar Pack
You can buy food for over a month … or you can buy this $1,300 tin of caviar.
Otis Spunkmeyer Chocolate Chunk Cookie Dough
That much cookie dough and yet you’re not supposed to eat out of the container? Pure torture.
Knorr Chicken Bouillon
If you’re buying this, you must really like soup. Like, a lot.
Godiva Assorted Chocolate Gold Collection Gift Box 36-pieces
We love chocolate so much, we might go through this huge box pretty fast, and that’s not a good thing.
Well, this many onions would certainly go well with the 8 lbs. of bouillon base.
D'Artagnan Whole ABF Pekin Duck, 6-pack
We get that this is probably aimed at restaurants, but if you wanted over 30 lbs. of duck for some reason, this is probably the best solution.
Tootie Pie 11" Huge Original Apple Pie
Costco has a number of extra large pies, like their hefty newish peanut butter pie, but this 4-inch tall pie may “take the cake” for size.