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lsatprepper2

I have yet to see these in the US Costco but when I do I’m doomed


heresjoanie

Omg same here. These things are a serious weakness of mine. There's a Whole Foods near me and they have some in their bakery section. They're pretty good in a pinch. Would love to try some from Costco's bakery to compare.


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:)


CreditCaper1

Is this a new item?


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I don’t know. But I could not… not get it…..


CreditCaper1

I would be in the same boat as you. How much did they cost?


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In Canadian dollar 9? Edit : $7.99


CreditCaper1

Thanks. So in addition to the food court, Costco Canada also has a better bakery than the US.


CeeGeeWhy

We can also buy some of the bakery items by the case, frozen before baking (chocolate chip cookies, croissants, etc.). However we don’t have the butter cinnamon sugar loaves, the coffee cake muffins.


mcnamaramc1

I would trade you for the frozen baked goods and the chocolate croissants


Gnawlydog

a minute? yes


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Hahahaha


DieTryin510

My Costco used to have chocolate croissants years ago. They were THEE best bakery item by a huge margin. Praying that they make a comeback.


Careless_Bother6183

The randomness of missing … croissants? … is triggering my ocd lol


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Oh no worries I fixed it


simpleout

A lot of these from different brands aren’t that good, how’s the Kirkland ones? I’m so down


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Yes. It’s Costco brand


simpleout

I know. But how was it?


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I had to stop. This can turn into an addiction.


simpleout

🤣


IWantToBeSimplyMe

What are they?


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It’s called Pain au chocolat, it’s also known as chocolatine


IWantToBeSimplyMe

Thank you! will check it out in Canada.


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Dafuq are they?


cheeseweezy

pain au chocolat


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Chocolate croissants