COSTCO has brought back a popular treat that brings joy into the lives of its customers.
The retailer continues to update its range for fall.
While this is happening, Costco fans have spotted the return of pumpkin spice bread for another season.
One was posted in a thread on Reddit with a picture showing an entire shelf of the treat in the bakery section.
This led to some euphoric reactions.
For example, one said: “This is the best day of my life.”
Another said: “Yay!”
However, there were some mixed reactions, with one customer describing the pumpkin spice batch as “mid-range.”
Another said: “It needs to be baked properly or it will be too dry. Or some people hate the ‘cream cheese’ frosting that Costco uses. I like the combination of the Costco cream cheese frosting and the pumpkin pie.”
Although prices may vary by location, the bread was listed for $9.99.
Also note that availability may vary by Costco store.
But there are even more new items in Costco’s bakery section, which is where these came from.
For example, the warehouse chain has brought back its iconic pumpkin pie.
Shoppers mostly know it for its excellent value, with the 58-ounce (3.63 pounds) item selling for just $5.99.
As for brand new items, Costco has launched the Caramel Apple Mini Pies.
“This fall treat features apple filling, caramel cake, sweet condensed milk frosting and a drizzle of caramel,” Instagram fan account @costcobuys said in a post.
Additionally, Costco has introduced cherry pastries, available in 18-ounce packages.
A local Costco employee confirmed to The US Sun that customers will have to buy two for the price of one, which is $11.99.
Additionally, the warehouse chain recently launched Green Chili Cornbread, which comes with roasted jalapeno and poblano peppers.
One fan of the article said: “I just bought a loaf of bread. Delicious. A mix of savory and sweet. I can’t wait to buy a new one.”
A local Costco employee told The US Sun that the cornbread sold for $6.99, which cost about 23 cents an ounce.
As for other fall treats, Baskin Robbins has brought back a 58-year-old favorite.
McDonald’s has brought back a popular fall treat.
And Aldi has launched 17 new wines and cheeses starting at $4.