Costco Is Selling a Dupe for These Wildly Popular Cookies
Costco fans like myself are well aware of the chain’s craveable confections but they just might have hit the ball out of the park with what a Reddit commenter is calling a Tate’s “dupe”. The Kirkland Signature Thin & Crispy Chocolate Chip Cookies have been giving the high-end, Hamptons-based brand a run for its money in both online forums and social media posts where fans have been declaring their love for the treats.
The Costco version of the cookies has a few advantages over its bougie rivals. First, they’re mini, so if you ignore the serving suggestions like I do, you won’t feel bad about eating five or six at a time. Second, they come in a 24-ounce bag as opposed to Tate’s 7-ounce size, meaning more cookie for your hard-earned dough.
Lastly, you’ll be glad to know that when you buy the KS Thin & Crispy Chocolate Chip Cookies you’re purchasing from a company ranked one of the best to work for in the country.
All else aside though, the cookies are just damn good and join a long list of craveable Costco finds that have dedicated followings, like their Kirkland Signature Sriracha Seasoning or their Chocolate Chip Ricotta dessert cheese. I tip my hat to the geniuses at Costco who keep coming up with these viral snacks and flavor combinations, and these KS Thin & Crispy Chocolate Chip Cookies are one “dupe” that really are better than the original.