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Costco Crossaints

  • Aug 15, 2009
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I pretty much love all things Costco. How can you argue with a place that will sell you a two year supply of toilet paper for 15 dollars. But, one of the best things about Costco is those Crossaints. As you can see below, these are not exactly what you would call healthy eating. The reason I decided to write this review is so I could share my tip on how to enjoy Costco crossaints without becoming fat and eating them all the first week you get them.

Energy 339 kcal Protein 6.98 g Total lipid (fat) 16.96 g Carbohydrate, by difference 35.9 g Fiber, total dietary 2 g Sugars, total 4.99 g Sodium, Na 339 mg Fatty acids, total saturated 11.968 g Cholesterol 50 mg
IF you get some ziplocs you can freeze these crossaints, and then you can keep them for months. You also don't end up eating 6000 calories in one week just so you can finish them before they go bad.

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August 15, 2009
Costco croissants are a bit dry for my taste, but you sure do get the most bang for your buck!  I miss the days when they made chocolate ones (like, 15 years ago?), but now, I just pop 'em in a toaster oven either with ham and cheese, or nutella spread on it and it's pretty good!  Thanks for the tip for how to eat them without loading on the pounds! :)
 
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review by . December 31, 2010
Last week, I had to rush all of my Christmas shopping right at the very last minute. When I say last minute, I mean hurrying after work before Costco closes so I can pick something up on the way to my friend's gift exchange that same night. I get pretty stressed about getting people gifts, and so I'm usually not one to jump on the chance to do some holiday shopping. Thankfully, Costco saves the day in a lot of ways. Here is why:       Value packs, FTW! I'm …
review by . July 10, 2009
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review by . July 01, 2010
It's all about the BANG for the BUCK........ Love IT !  I think I'll go there now  :)
Quick Tip by . July 09, 2010
Always on my Costco shopping list: brownie mix, wine, TP, paper towels. The downside of Costco? The parking lot. No matter what city you're in, the Costco parking lot is a place to practice your patience.
Quick Tip by . July 01, 2010
my jury's still out on costco... there's a lot to like, but I recently came across some disturbing info about the fish they purchase (questionable corporate responsibility practices), and also question the value of the membership for what we really get out of it.
review by . December 24, 2008
I dont know why but I cannot walk through Costco without spending anything less than $300. I golf about twice a year so do I really need 10 pairs of golfing gloves? You bet I do!     Its so hard not to wanna scoop up all the great deals Costco provides and you dont have to have a large family to enjoy these savings. Unless you are having a party, buying food or beverages at Costco for a couple people doesnt really make sense. Im not big into storing food for an extended period …
review by . April 23, 2009
Tony Curtis loves Costco
When I lived in England, there was no Costco and when I visited friends in Texas, I saw one for the first time and my consumer virginity was instantly taken. Shopping in England is a bland experience devoid of consumerism, whereas shopping here is part of the fabric of the American Dream. When Costco announced they were opening their first store in the UK in the mid-90s, I was literally hammering down their door - my membership number was 0000000006.  Ever since then, I'd sworn never to …
Quick Tip by . August 23, 2009
I'm a Cost-Ho. Need I really say more? Well, if I must, three words: $1.50 hot dogs.
review by . December 30, 2008
I go to Costco for books and toilet paper, sometimes shampoo...or if I'm feeling particularly adventurous, a 10 lb. wheel of cheese. Pretty much anything you're looking for, this place has it. In bulk.    The positives:   Books, music, and movies usually for less than you'd find anywhere else.   They are a huge chain which makes it very easy to find a location near you. It's like how I wish my iPhone battery would work. Once fully charged, you only have to …
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Costco is a wholesale retailer which originated in Kirkland, Washington (thus why all Costco brand items are Kirkland Signature brand).  It is the fourth largest general retailer in the United States behind 1)Walmart 2)The Home Depot and 3)Kroger. 

The reason why Costco is so cheap is because they send in bulk, at wholesale price. Furthermore, Costco does not always carry different options for similar products (as you would find at most grocery stores).  Costco really gives you the bare bones - the product (and only one option at that), and no to carry your purchases out.

Currently, the Costco annual membership fee is $50 which includes two membership cards.  Costco only accepts checks, debit cards and American Express.
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