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Summer is coming, and we can’t wait. We have already imagined menus for our summer meetings, but if there is one thing that is certain, it is that at least once a season we find ourselves with people who arrive unexpectedly, and don’t know what to cook. For those times, Costco is almost always the answer. You can always get a cheap rotisserie chicken at Costco, and the bakery section is legendary for its amazing desserts. But our newest obsession is truly perfect for summer get-togethers: Costco’s Ready-To-Use Beef Chili with Beans and Cheese.
We first heard the chilli was back in stores from the TikTok account Costco HotFinds.
@costcohotfindsNo Judgment 😅 Dinner of Champions♬ original sound – CostcoHotFinds
Each container holds about four pounds of chili, which is definitely enough to feed a crowd. It’s a great side dish to your other favorite barbecue dishes, like ribs and brisket, but it’s also delicious on its own, served with your favorite toppings like cheese, sour cream, salsa and garlic. attorney. It’s also an easy shortcut to making snacks like chili burgers, chili dogs and chili fries, or chili-topped nachos. You can even spice up the filling with some extra spices.
and use it to make tacos for a crowd.
Each container of chili is made with ground beef, red and pinto beans, and mild shredded cheddar cheese. It costs $3.49 per pound, although the price may vary by location. You should be able to find it in the deli section of your local Costco, and if you don’t have a Costco membership however, what are you waiting for?
Not only will you be able to stock up on last-minute summer meal ideas like this chili, but you can also decorate your home and yard with patio furniture, gardening tools, and even insulated wine glasses for so you can sip pretty all summer long.
Satisfy your sweet tooth with more awesome Costco bakery items seen in the gallery below.
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