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The Best &#; Worst Costco Bakery Items—Ranked!

The bakery aisle at Costco is a place of plentitude: bread, pastries, cookies, cakes, muffins . . . they're all at your disposal. But with that comes a myriad of nutritional pitfalls, too, as our hungry eyes can guide us to some unreasonable choices when faced with such temptation. Baked goods usually come with an excess of sugar and fat, so making healthy choices at the Costco bakery is difficult.

"Avoiding excessive sugar intake in baked goods can be easy by choosing baked products with five grams or less sugar per serving," says nutritionist and the owner of Camelback Nutrition & Wellness in Phoenix, Ariz. Kristen Carli. But that can be easier said than done.

To try to keep things as healthy as can be when browsing among the muffins, cinnamon rolls, bagels, and more, Carli adds: "It's always a good idea to find a whole grain product so you will benefit from the added fiber."

Today we are ranking Costo bakery items not in terms of taste—that's an entirely subjective measure that is up to each and every person's palate. Rather we are judging the baked goods in terms of calories, sugar, fats, and sodium per serving. Once you're armed with that information, it's up to you to make the best possible nutrition choices.

We are going by the serving sizes used by Costco, which do vary. Here are the Costco bakery items on the healthier end of the spectrum, all the way down to the worst possible item you can buy. For more, check out 4 Major Side Effects of Eating Costco Bakery Items.

kirkland signature baguette

Per serving: calories, 0 g fat, 0 g saturated fat, 1 g sugar

This classic French-style baguette is fat-free, it has one gram of sugar per serving, and the calorie count is minute. It's finally a bakery item from Costco you can dig into without concern for anything other than how it tastes.

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cinnamon raisin bagel

Per serving: calories, 1 g fat, 0 g saturated fat, 14 g sugar

A Costco bakery cinnamon raisin bagel has just one gram of fat and no saturated fat at all, so the only thing to worry about are the sugars. As for the calorie count, it's right on the money for a breakfast item.

rosemary parmesan bread

Per serving: calories, 3 g fat, 1 g saturated fat, 0 g sugar

This bread is the only item on this list that is free of sugars. It's also low in fat and low in saturated fat and yet still big on taste, thanks to the two ingredients that are right there in the name: the rosemary and the parmesan.

corn muffin

Per serving: calories, 9 g fat, g saturated fat, 20 g sugar

Costco bakery's corn muffins are a good choice if you are watching your intake of saturated fat. They're also not that high in calories compared to many other options, but they still have a fair amount of added sugars—19 of the total 20 grams.

white chunk double nut cookie

Per serving: calories, 12 grams of fat, 5 grams saturated fat, 17 grams of sugar

The fact that many Costco cookies are healthier than the store's muffins is illustrative of just how skewed the perception can be when it comes to healthy eating. These cookies are a better bet than many other bakery items you likely consider a standard breakfast food.

blueberry muffins

Per serving: calories, 15 g fat, g saturated fat, 17 g sugar

If the idea of blueberries in a muffin makes it seem healthier, unfortunately, it's just an illusion. The fact is that blueberries add taste but don't make it a nutritious treat. Though not so bad on the calories or saturated fat, these muffins are still a treat type of food, not a health food.

almond poppy muffin

Per serving: calories, 18 g fat, 4 g saturated fat, 18 g sugar

Rather high in total fat content, but the sugars aren't really so bad, for an American sensibility, and the saturated fat is rather low. Also, the calorie count isn't a shocker.

costco coffee cake muffi

Per serving: calories, 15 gfat, 9 g saturated fat, 26 g sugar

This is a muffin you could eat regularly without too much guilt or health impact. Hardly healthy, to be clear, it enters the realm of "not so bad," as long as you stick to the serving size, which is 87 g, aka half of one muffin.

cherry pie

Per serving: calories, 19 g fat, 5 g saturated fat, 44 g sugar

How does Costco's Cherry Pie manage to be notably lower than many of its bakery offerings when it comes to fats—particularly saturated fat—but so much higher in terms of calories? That's largely due to the fact that it's weighed down by sugars.

cookies cream cupcakes

Per serving: calories, 20 g fat, 9 g saturated fat, 27 g sugar

While pretty high in sugars, these cupcakes aren't flagrant offenders when it comes to saturated fat or calories. And refreshingly, the serving here is on a per cupcake basis, so the guesswork of carving out just the right portion for the nutrition stats is removed.

tuxedo chocolate mousse bar cake

Per serving: calories, 23 g fat, 11 g saturated fat, 20 g sugar

With a name like "Tuxedo Chocolate Mousse Bar Cake" it's actually rather impressive that this bakery item is so much lower in sugar and calories than many other options, though it's still sky-high in terms of fats.

braided apple strudel

Per serving: calories, 26 g fat, 11 g saturated fat, 26 g sugar

A lot of the flavor in this pastry comes from apples, so while there is a lot of added sugar, there is a lot less saturated fat than you'll find in a bakery item that's heavier on ingredients like dairy.

decadent fudge brownies

Per serving: calories, 25 g fat, 14 g saturated fat, 42 g sugar

The name says it all here, especially the "decadent" part. And the fudge part. These brownies are laden with fat and saturated fat and filled with sugar, though they have less fat and calories than many other items on the list. (But more sugar.)

guava cheesecake

Per serving: calories, 26 g fat, 16 g saturated fat, 41 g sugar

A little higher than the plain cheesecake in calories, and a lot higher in sugar, this guava cheesecake from Costco has a bit less fat and a bit less saturated fat than the OG version. Plus it has the unique guava flavor.

cheesecake

Per serving: calories, 29 g fat, 18 g saturated fat, 27 g sugar

No one is pretending cheesecake is a healthy food, so it's probably little surprise that, on a gram-to-gram basis, this cheesecake is even worse than some of the earlier inclusions. Per serving, however, it earns this spot.

lemon raspberry muffin

Per serving: calories, 30 g fat, 6 g saturated fat, 41 g sugar

These Lemon Raspberry muffins have a bit less fat than the Mantecada muffins, but they are comparable in terms of calories. And they have even more sugar.

cream cheese filled danish

Per serving: calories, 34 g fat, 22 g saturated fat, 29 g sugar

While much higher in saturated fat than the Mantecada muffin, per serving this Danish is a bit lower in calories, overall fat, and sugar content. It's still a no-no for healthy eating, of course.

mantacada muffin

Per serving: calories, 38 g fat, 7 g saturated fat, 33 g sugar

If you were to eat two of Costco's Mantecada muffins, you would be two grams away from your entire daily recommended allotment of fats and well over your daily recommended sugars. Granted, the serving size is larger than with most Costco bakery goods at grams, but this is still a nutritional nightmare.

almond cream filled danish

Per serving: calories, 47 g fat, 23 g saturated fat, 33 g sugar

Eating an Almond Cream Filled Danish from Costco is almost an inexcusable act for anyone who cares about reaching old age. There is more saturated fat in each one of these pastries than an adult male should consume in an entire day.

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8 Bakery Items that Make a Costco Membership Worth It

Our family has fallen in love, like fallen head over heels in love with the Costco bakery.  Have you discovered it yet? If not, I have all the glorious details for you today.

First, let me start by explaining, we do not buy bakery goods very often. Yes, fresh bread and rolls occasionally, but I am talking about the muffins, cakes, and treat-type items.

We see them, we exclaim how yummy they look, but we pass. Unless we are celebrating, treats are not part of the budget.

My husband and I had this wonderful day where we got to go to Costco, just the two of us. If you are a parent, you know what I am talking about.

No kids, the entire freedom of the store to explore, it was like an adventure from our early years. I knew what I wanted, and it was one of those cheese danishes!

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I had been dying to try one ever since I walked into the club. I cried silently every time the sample lady failed to have them.

Costco bakery items fill up the table after it table. They have a ton of bakery items available year-round and bring in new delicious goodies as well.


I suppose every Costco carries different bakery items. Here is what I found at ours in Wisconsin.

DANISH


Here they are. A four-pack of these girls cost $ Our Costco routinely has cheese and cherry for flavor options. These are melt in your mouth delish and worth every one of your hard-earned pennies.

CROISSANT

Believe it or not, I had never had a croissant before until I attended a bridal shower a few years ago. They served egg salad on top of this flaky golden brown goodness. A package at Costco costs $

MUFFINS

I know you have either already fallen in love with these, or you have walked by them several times. But, first, they are enormous. A six-pack is $ and will easily curb that sugar craving.

They come in a bunch of different flavors. These were perfect for a woman’s event I recently helped put together. We cut them in half, and they were so moist and flavorful.

CINNAMON ROLLS

On I can tell by looking at them they are amazing. So pay $ and skip the hours of prep to make your own at home. If you have tried these, leave us a comment at the bottom of this article.

BUTTER SUGAR COOKIE

Hubby snuck these in the cart on a shopping trip when they were on sale. The normal price is $ for 24 cookies.

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PIE

apple pie at costco

These pies weigh almost 5 lbs. They are a great size for gatherings and crowds. Depending on the season, they will also have pumpkin pies. This apple pie was the last one on the shelf—$

BAGELS

Our family loves bagels. We typically buy our bagels at Aldis, but honestly, we had never tried fresh bagels from a bakery. Then one day, they got us at the sample stand.

The cheese bagels were incredible; we ended up going home with several bags. A 12 count bag is $

Check out our favorite Breakfast items to score at Costco here.

CAKES

Costco is known for its cakes. They have circle and sheet cakes available right in the club. They will personalize them for you on the spot, or you can make special orders.

We have had their cakes several times, and everyone is always raving. Not only do they taste good, but other retailers can not beat their prices. For example, you can get a half-sheet cake for only $

You can’t place a cake order online. You need to go to your local club and fill out an order form. It would help if you gave a 2-day notice.

If you want more tips on things you should know before ordering a Costco cake, check out this article.

Are you drooling over all these pictures?

The Costco bakery alone is worth your membership. Not only will you save on large portions, but you’re also getting an excellent product.

Check out this post if you want to see what other items we think are worth a Costco membership.

With any of their baked goods, you can call ahead to pre-order large quantities. Do not be afraid to be specific with your requests; Costco has amazing customer service.

You are going to want to make sure you try everything in your Costco bakery ASAP.

Let us know what you find? We have yet to find anything that was less than amazing.

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Costco&#;s Bakery Section Is Severely Underrated — Here Are the Items You Need to Try

The intoxicating scent of the fresh-baked bread, the variety of sweets just begging to be placed into your cart, a decadent inch cheesecake that tastes as great as it&#;s priced: These are our favorite things — and they all just so happen to exist in one place: Costco&#;s bakery section.

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Simply put, if your trips to Costco don&#;t include a visit to the wholesale retailer&#;s bakery, then you&#;ve been doing it all wrong. Not only do they have some of the best seasonal treats in this section, like that 2-lb. Easter Egg cake they sold this year, but the bakery also consistently offers year-round favorites, including their sheet cake, muffins, and croissants.

Whether you&#;re looking to satiate a sweet tooth or embark on a guilt-free carb-load, Costco&#;s bakery has a wide selection of must-haves. Ahead, we&#;ve gathered our 13 favorites.

Our mission at SheKnows is to empower and inspire women, and we only feature products we think you’ll love as much as we do. Please note that if you purchase something by clicking on a link within this story, we may receive a small commission of the sale. 

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The Worst Costco Bakery Items to Buy This Fall

Though Costco's bakery department is laden with sugar and carbs, it doesn't mean that you can't actually enjoy the fall-themed foods the warehouse has rolled out for the season. Because it's Costco, you know the cakes, pies, muffins, and pastries are going to be as big as the largest pumpkin in the patch, which is why the most important thing you can do to healthily enjoy these snacks is to know the nutrition information before diving in.

If you want to be even more cautious of how much you're consuming, you can even cut the standard portion sizes down even more. (Many of Costco's baked goods actually have smaller serving sizes than you may realize—the serving size of a muffin is half, not the whole thing!)

"For pies, rather than cutting a pie into 6 pieces try cutting it into eight or 10," says Trista Best, MPH, RD, LD, of Balance One Nutrition. "This allows you to cut down on the size and calories and still get to enjoy your favorite pie."

Rachel Fine, RDN, supports still enjoying these delicious fall-themed foods, especially because they only come around during certain times of the year and are tied to happy gatherings with friends and family.

"Placing external restrictions upon these more indulgent choices can lead to an overall binge and restrict cycle," she says while recommending people eat the treats they want to eat, just in moderation. In the end, let "dessert be dessert" and enjoy yourself responsibly, she says.

With all that being said, while we're calling these the worst items you can pick up in the Costco bakery this fall, that's only based on the nutrition label. Each of them is a delicious addition to your autumn gatherings, and there's no harm in having a slice of pumpkin pie alongside a healthy meal!

(For more info on what to get and what to skip at the warehouse, here are The Best & Worst Bulk Buys at Costco—Ranked!)

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