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Costco muffins are a fan favorite! And the pumpkin streusel muffins at the Costco bakery are back in-stock now and they’re absolutely delicious. They are one of my favorite fresh baked muffins to buy at Costco.  The pumpkin muffins at Costco are baked fresh in-house and like all the others they are super sized, and are a Costco fan favorite item. The fresh baked pumpkin muffins at Costco are a seasonal item.

You will find them in store in the Bakery department once a year in the fall. We see them hit the shelves in the very end of August or beginning of September each year. These are a breakfast, brunch and snack favorite for all the pumkin flavor food fans out there like the Costco Bat Shaped Pumpkin Ravioli!

What We Like About Costco Muffins

One package of six of these muffins weighs almost two and a half pounds – they are over a third of a pound each, they are huge! Add these to your pumpkin spice everything list!

I often slice them in half, bag them and freeze them and we can pull them out and zap them in the microwave to warm them up for a quick breakfast on the go, or a yummy snack on a cold day.

To serve the Costco muffins (applies to any variety) at a brunch or breakfast party, I would suggest removing the paper baking cup and slicing them into quarters so guests can grab a mix-and-match variety on their brunch plate.

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Where To Find Them In Store

Fan Favorite Costco Muffins are Now Available Again for Fall – Pumpkin Streusel is Back!

Costco Item Number

Pumpkin streusel muffins are Costco item number 24311 and cost $98.99 for 2 6-packs of muffins. Please note they are sold in 6 packs but you must buy 2 –  so if you grab muffins at Costco make sure that you get TWO packages.

You can mix and match them with the other types of muffins which include double chocolate muffins, blueberry muffins, and more. Generally the Chocolate muffins are available year-round, the others change throughout the year.

Tips on Buying Bakery Muffins at Costco

Tip: If you get all the way to the register and you only have one package of muffins they will NOT sell them to you. You’ll have to give them up or run and grab a second. Unlike a traditional grocery store that will often have items 2/$10 but if you buy one they charge $5…you won’t find that at Costco.

Tip: The fresh baked pumpkin muffins at Costco are a seasonal item. You will find them in-store in the bakery department in the fall. We see them hit the shelves in the very end of August or beginning of September each year.

Tip: Chocolate muffins are available year-round.

Costco Muffins
Costco Muffins are a Fan Favorite Item and are baked fresh daily in the Costco Bakery!

All About Fresh Baked Costco Muffins

Can I buy a single package of muffins at Costco?

Costco Muffins

No. Costco will not sell a single pack of muffins. You cannot buy one 6-pack of bakery muffins, you must purchase two of the muffin six packs.

Does Costco still make muffins?

Chocolate Muffins from Costco Bakery

Yes, Costco still makes muffins. You can find a variety of muffins in the Costco Bakery area year-round. The flavors change occasionally, but you’ll generally find double chocolate, blueberry, poppyseed, and seasonal flavors such as pumpkin.

What kind of muffins does Costco make?

Costco Muffins

Costco Bakery makes a variety of muffins. Costco always stocks double chocolate muffins, and you can find 2 more rotating flavors including blueberry, vanilla chocolate chunk, pumpkin streusel, cinnamon coffee cake, almond poppyseed, banana nut, raspberry lemon, and more.

Can you freeze Costco Muffins?

Yes! Simply place each muffin (slice in half if you like) into a ziplock bag and freeze them. You can defrost the muffins on the counter, or place in microwave for 30-60 seconds.

How can I make Costco muffins last longer?

If you wrap each muffin in plastic wrap, they will stay moist for longer. Placing them in the refrigerator or freezing them will also make them last longer.

Does Costco sell individually wrapped muffins?

The fan favorite Costco Bakery Muffins are not sold individually wrapped, however you can occasionally find pre-packaged individually wrapped muffins in the snack aisle or online.

Does Costco have mini muffins?

Occasionally you can find pre-packaged mini muffins in the snack aisle or online, however the fan favorite Costco fresh bakery muffins are only sold in a large muffin, about 1/3 of a lb per muffin.

Should I refrigerate Costco muffins?

Costco muffins can be stored room temperature, but the muffins will last longer if you refrigerate them. Consider placing them in an airtight package to store your muffins from Costco in the refrigerator.

How many calories are in a Costco muffin?

Chocolate Muffins from Costco Bakery

Each flavor will be slightly different, but on average you can expect between 600 and 700 calories per Costco muffin.

How many calories are in a Costco Pumpkin Streusel Muffin?

The Costco pumpkin streusel muffin has approximately 700 calories per muffin, or about 350 calories for a half-muffin serving.

Does Costco have the pumpkin streusel muffins now?

Yes, Costco has the pumpkin streusel muffins right now! You can expect to see the pumpkin streusel muffins hit Costco bakery right around September 1st each year.

Are Costco muffins good?

Costco Muffins

Costco’s Kirkland Signature fresh baked muffins are a fan favorite item. You can find them in-store year round, and although everyone has their favorite, generally speaking all the muffin flavors at Costco are delicious.

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