For consumers who enjoy all the deliciousness found in a Costco bakery, this may be the best news you've heard in a while—Costco pastries, cookies, croissants and other baked goods can be purchased by the box UNCOOKED! confirmed in a blog recently that you can buy pre-made dough for Costco's baked goods by the box uncooked. The dough comes already in balls so you don't have to do anything but put them on a baking sheet or pan and bake...that's it! And what you don't use you can freeze. All the work is done for you.

If you find the bakery items at Costco irresistible, now you and your family can have that delectable goodness in your home any day or night. All you have to do is inquire in the bakery section.

Plus, this is perfect for large family gatherings like Thanksgiving, Christmas, graduation or birthday parties. And you save money! For about $23 you get 120 balls of dough. That's 120 cookies! (Macadamia Nut is about $16 more.) You'll pay a lot more than that if you buy them in the store.

Costco cookies, croissants, pastries, etc. all waiting for you to take home to bake yourself and save money. Apparently, Costco has been offering their dough in bulk for years but they don't promote it.

This is big news for fans of Costco's bakery section. You can do it yourself and save a ton of money. Plus, you can bake the amount you need so, no waste!

The secret Costco probably didn't want you to know.

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