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Alongside Costco’s popular pumpkin pies, the warehouse chain is offering another seasonal fall favorite: pumpkins and bats ravioli. The festive pasta pockets — filled with ricotta, mozzarella, parmesan, and asiago cheeses — include both pumpkin and bat-shaped ravioli, and cost $10 for two 16-ounce packages. And like Costco’s pies, they’re a hit among TikTokkers.

In one viral clip, which has received nearly 3 million views, Melinda Rose films herself cooking the Halloween-themed ravioli set to the popular “Capitalism really popped off today!” voiceover (It’s a TikTok thing.).

“Costco for the win!” Rose writes in the comments, adding that even her boyfriend enjoyed them.

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Superfans on Reddit are also discussing the fall treat, though opinions are mixed on the Costco subreddit.

While one Redditor said that they’re “actually really good,” another commenter gave them a “3/10.”

“I wouldn’t buy them again, but I wouldn’t recommend against them if someone was looking to try them,” they wrote.

Costco’s pumpkin pie is another fall treat that has the internet abuzz.

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Shoppers literally count down the days until the fall treat’s arrival, and when the pies finally arrived in October, hundreds of members descended on the bakery. That fall feeding frenzy is on display in a recent time-lapse video, which shows just how hype Costco pumpkin pies are.

The clip shows as shoppers snatch up hundreds of pies over the course of a day,  buying the bakery’s entire stock. The video received nearly 6 million views on TikTok and more than 21,000 upvotes on Reddit’s r/BeAmazed subreddit.

Although prices could vary, Costco’s pie sells for $6 in Los Angeles and measures around 11 inches in diameter, or 2 inches larger than a standard pie pan. It also weighs nearly 4 pounds.

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