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A warehouse club probably isn’t the first place that comes to mind when shopping for romantic treats. If you’re a Costco member, however, you should know that America’s third-largest retailer is ready to capitalize on any holiday. Valentine’s Day is no exception.
In addition to jewelry and Forever Roses, your local warehouse has a number of snack and meal ideas to incorporate into your holiday plans as well. Candies and chocolates are plentiful, yes, but there are also unique Valentine’s Day-themed food items to buy.
Whether you’re doing it all for a loved one this year, or want to celebrate Galentine’s Day with your BFFs, or just want to show off some self-love this February, Costco is once again your one-stop destination for all. for your Valentine’s Day needs.
Nothing says Valentine’s Day better than heart-shaped food, and Costco has no shortage of options. Members can keep their eyes peeled for boxes of 20 heart-shaped macarons that @costco_doesitagain shared on Instagram. The pink and white macaroons, priced at $10.99, come with two fillings: chocolate ganache and raspberry and vanilla.
Valentine’s Day treats don’t have to be sweet to get the message across. There are also salty options at Costco. An easy dinner at home idea for Valentine’s Day could be the four-cheese heart-shaped Italian ravioli shared by @costcobuys on Instagram. Filled with ricotta, mozzarella, parmesan and aged asiago, these red and white ravioli come in packs of two and cost $9.99.
Last month, @costcodeals and @costcodealsonline on Instagram spotted the return of Costco’s Red Velvet mini cakes. The six-pack is $9.99 and comes with cream cheese frosting. You definitely won’t need to come up with dessert ideas for the week after picking up a packet.
If your loved one is passionate about sweets, they will fall head over heels in love with the Happy Valentine’s Day Crate from Mrs. Fields at Costco. It comes with 24 bite-size cookies, 24 brownie bites, and two heart-shaped frosted cookies, perfect for sharing (or enjoying on their own, we won’t judge). The whole thing comes packaged in a festive box decorated with hearts, priced at $39.99 online.
The only thing that could make a fresh strawberry better is dipping it in chocolate. Luckily, Costco is selling a pack of 6 Chocolate Covered Belgian Strawberries and 6 Mini Belgian Cheese Lollies, priced at $49.99 online through February 8. The strawberries and cheese popsicles come with white, milk, and dark chocolate varieties.
Finding something for your Valentine doesn’t have to be too complicated. If you know what they like, just shower them with their favorite candies. Example: Costco is selling bags of 65 Reese’s Hearts, according to Instagram’s @costcohotfinds. Reese’s is America’s best-selling candy for a reason: its chocolate-covered peanut butter cups are a classic treat. The seasonal heart shape makes it more festive.
Valentine’s Day isn’t just for romantic partners; it’s a day that celebrates the love we share with everyone around us. If you have several people on your list to send a small gift of appreciation this Valentine’s Day, Costco is selling a pack of 24 Mini Valentine’s Day Conversation Cones from Popcornopolis, for $29.99 online until to February 8. You can write little notes on the package to send to your friends or loved one 24 times.
For the perfect Valentine’s Day treat, you can find the Austin Cake Ball Valentine’s Day Collection for $49.99 online at Costco. The package includes 12 birthday cake flavored cake balls with unique decorations on each. The item description claims it can feed four to six people, but if you ask us, these bite-sized treats can easily be enjoyed without any sharing.
Carly Terzigni is a freelance writer specializing in all things food, travel, Disney and theme parks. Learn more about Carly
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