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Looking for an easy shortcut for some Thanksgiving Dinner sides? Costco has tons of great holiday meal options, like these housemade fresh Costco sweet potatoes for Thanksgiving! These are a fan favorite, easy to prepare, and taste delicious! Much easier than peeling and mashing and cleaning up after it all!

These are fully mashed and prepped, with added pats of butter on top (you can remove if you’re aiming for a lower fat option), and you just heat and serve them! They are nicely sweetened with brown sugar, not overly sweet, but definitely sweet! Costco also offers premade traditional yukon gold mashed potatoes.


Although these Costco sweet potatoes aren’t labeled gluten free, from our reading of the ingredients, we think these are suitable for a gluten free diet. Please always check that yourself though!! Your store could make them different, recipes change, etc!

Heat & Serve

I usually transfer them to another dish and microwave them or baked them for a bit. They’re fully prepared, so any way you prefer to heat them up will work just fine.

Costco Sweet Potatoes Price & Item Number

Kirkland Signature Housemade Deli Mashed Sweet Potatoes are Costco item Number 14272 and cost $2.49 per pound. each package is about 5 lbs and will cost around $12-$13.

From the date they are packed on in the deli, they have a sell by of about 6 days. I would expect they’d stay good a few days longer, but that’s up to you to decide on 🙂

Fresh deli made sweet potatoes at Costco for Thanksgiving
Fresh House Made Kirkland Signature Sweet Potatoes in the Costco Deli for Thanksgiving

Where to Find Them

You’ll spot these in the open refrigerated cases near the deli area inside Costco.

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