Costco Just Brought Back a “Very Yummy” Holiday Treat and It’s Already Flying Off Shelves

published Nov 2, 2023
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It’s about to be the season for all things peppermint — in our blended espresso beverages, desserts, and cocktails. Because when it comes to the holiday season, we use any excuse to be festive. So why not have that include our favorite crunchy snacks?

Costco fans are going wild now over the return of their holiday-themed Snack Factory Pretzel Crisps. These thin and crunchy crisps, which are available in a White Crème & Peppermint variety, are selling for under $10 and are dipped in a creamy white chocolate coating before being sprinkled with peppermint candy pieces.

These seasonal treats have been seen at Costco before, and shoppers are really excited to see they are back for the holidays. After Costco-loving Instagram user posted the news, shoppers commented “I look forward to these every year!” and “They are so good!” Apparently, this is one seasonal treat at the warehouse store with a lot of fans.

These are pretty popular, so if you can’t manage to find them in stock at your nearest Costco location, there are some other options. They are also on Amazon (albeit at a higher price of $20), and at Big Lots in smaller snack-sized bags for $4. They can also be found on third-party shopping apps, such as Instacart in stores like Kroger, so you may just come across them in a grocery store near you as well.

Once you get your hands on them, the possibilities are pretty much endless. While they make for a great snack, these pretzel crisps could be a really fun garnish on desserts, such as seasonal brownies and ice cream sundaes. But, really, they look so tasty that they’ll be the perfect snack to eat while you’re wrapping gifts or decorating the tree!

We simply can’t get enough minty freshness this holiday season.