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13 Costco Mothers Day Brunch Ideas

Costco Mother's Day Brunch Food Ideas

There are tons of great options to choose from for Mom’s big day! Costco Mothers Day Brunch options are almost unlimited but we’ve rounded up the best of the best here – both fan favorites and some new Costco Mother’s Day food finds – we hope you have a Happy Mother’s Day!

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Costco Mothers Day Brunch
Costco Mothers Day Brunch Ideas to Celebrate Mom for Mother’s Day!

Fresh Cut Jackfruit

Costco Fresh Cut Jackfruit

This week we found fresh cut Jackfruit at Costco. The Costco Jackfruit has no preservatives or additives. This was found in the Culver City Marina Del Rey Costco warehouse location. The fresh cut Jackfruit comes in a clamshell of 1.5 lb and it cost $8.99. Fresh cut Jackfruit is Costco item number 3533. That shakes out to about $5.99 per pound.

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Chocolate Covered Strawberries

The hand dipped long stem chocolate strawberries are back at Costco this year again for Mother’s Day. It’s kind of surprising how expensive chocolate covered strawberries are, but they are pretty expensive almost everywhere. Costco has a very good deal and you don’t have to buy a huge gigantic quantity. The Costco hand dipped strawberries are Costco item number 11500 and cost $12.99. That shakes out to about $0.65 per ounce. Each clamshell is approximately 1.25 lb and there are about eight strawberries in each one, give or take one to two.

Mini All American Chocolate MOM Cakes

Treat Mom….Treat yourself. These Costco fan-favorite mini All-American chocolate cakes iced with fudge icing have been reinvented this year to feature 3 cupcakes with an m o and an m. to spell Mom. Call them mini cakes or super size cupcakes, it’s in the eye of the beholder…one thing stands true…these are a Costco fan favorite and everybody loves them! They are chocolate cake with chocolate fudge icing. There are also traditional fudge iced mini cakes without the flowers and the mom cakes available too.

Mini All American cakes ice with fudge icing are Costco item number 156 180 3 and cost $7.99 for 6 mini cakes. 6 mini cakes weigh approximately 3 lb.

Dragon Fruit Nectar

Change up your traditional Mimosa with a Dragon Fruit Bellini this year! This Dragon Fruit Nectar is not from concentrate and is pressed from the whole fruit! The dragon fruit at Costco is a popular item, so we’re excited to see this!

Costco Cheesecake

Orange Creamsicle Bites

Costco has carried Play the Upper Crust Bakery lemon bites for years and years until we’re excited this year that they’ve changed it up and they are orange creamsicle bites this year! Perfect little bite dessert for Mother’s Day!

 We haven’t tried this yet but based on how good the lemon bites were we’re pretty sure these are going to be absolutely delicious. They are also absolutely adorable and look great on any type of dessert board, brunch tray or dessert buffet. The orange creamsicle bites from Upper Crust Bakery are made with orange zest and real orange juice. 

Upper Crust Bakery orange creamsicle bites 24-count package is Costco item number one 1561471 and cost $7.49. Each clamshell has 30 Oz. That shakes out to about $0.25 per ounce.

La Boulangerie Quiche at Costco

La Boulangerie San Francisco has their Quiche Monsieur at Costco this year, right on time for Mother’s Day Brunch! Topped with flaky and buttery croissant pieces, this quiche is made with fontal and gruyere egg custard with bacon bits, ham, roasted onion, roasted bell pepper and leeks. It’s made with cage free eggs and Cello brand premium cheeses. It also boasts 15 grams of protein per serving!

La boulangerie quiche Mansour 40 oz package is Costco item number 9988776 and costs $16.59. Each quiche has approximately 8 servings.

Island Way Sorbet in Real Fruit

To know me is to know that I’m a huge fan of the Island Way fruit sorbet at Costco. These are a Costco fan favorite and they come into stores only 1-2 times a year. Island Way sorbets come packed in a real fruit shell. These fruit sorbets are delicious and it’s a really fun and super unique presentation.

Cranberry Orange Bisconie

Mini cranberry orange bisconie 12-count package is Costco item number 1389984 and costs $5.99. that shakes out to about 50 cents each.

Crowd Pleaser Brunch Spread

Can’t decide what to serve this year for Mother’s Day brunch? If you had the Costco you can grab this spread of food for Mother’s Day brunch including Hippie Organics pre-sliced mango, Jones Canadian Bacon, Panera Bread Company Mac & Cheese, a 24-pack of pasture-raised organic Kirkland Signature eggs for scrambled eggs and the La Boulangerie Quiche Monsieur.

The Snitch Chardonnay from The Prisoner Wine Company

We’re yet to have a bad wine from The Prisoner Wine Co! We’re big fans, and we just saw these bottle of Chardonnay from The Prisoner at Costco this week!

The Prisoner Wine Company The Snitch Chardonnay is Costco Item Number 1279051 and costs $28.99 and is currently on sale for $10 off which shakes out to $18.99!

Cypress Grove Truffle Tremor Cheese

Cypress Grove is another of our favorite brands at Costco! And the Truffle Tremor doesn’t come around often (enough!). You can find more about Cypress Grove Cheeses at Costco here!

Organic Brunch Ideas at Costco

Does Mom prefer to eat mostly organic? No problem…you can find plenty of organic Costco Mothers Day Brunch foods – here’s an example of some brunch foods you can choose from! Kirkland Signature Organic Spinach and Cheese Ravioli, Kirkland Signature Pasture Raised Eggs, Aidells Organic Chicken Meatballs, and Hippie Organics Pre-Cut Mangos…all organic options available at Costco!

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