As a Costco employee, there are quite a few things I recommend picking up this November.
Make some sweet treats with the Dash Mini Maker and Sharper Image s'mores kit.
Stock up on holiday flavors with the Kirkland Signature European cookies and pumpkin cheesecake.
I've worked at Costco for 18 years, so I know which products are going to fly off of the shelves each month.
Here are 10 of the best things I'm seeing at Costco this November.
Spice up breakfast with the Dash Mini Maker.
If you're looking for a fun new way to cook waffles, I recommend the Dash Mini Maker.
The mini waffle maker comes with seven 4-inch nonstick interchangeable plates for a range of seasons and holidays.
I love that the waffle maker is so compact that it can fit almost anywhere and that it comes with its own storage container.
The Dash Mini Maker is $30 at Costco.
The Starbucks sous-vide egg bites are perfect for a quick breakfast.
The Starbucks sous-vide egg bites with uncured bacon and Gruyere make a great grab-and-go breakfast.
Each box contains 10 bites (five servings) at 17 grams of protein per serving.
The egg bites, which come fully cooked, only need to be microwaved, air-fried, or toasted for a couple of minutes.
Each box of egg bites costs $14.80.
The Sharper Image s'mores maker is a great way to prepare the campfire snack even when it's cold.
You can make classic campfire treats without standing in the cold with the Sharper Image electric s'mores maker.
The s'mores kit features easy-to-clean parts including a built-in serving tray, a flameless electric roaster, and four skewers for marshmallows.
At $20, I think the Shaper Image s'mores maker would be a great gift or way to get the family together.
Choose from a variety of flavors with the Prime hydration sticks.
I first saw the Prime drinks on social media so I was pretty excited to see that my Costco carries a 30-pack of the brand's hydration sticks.
Each bag contains 10 each of strawberry-watermelon, blue-raspberry, and ice-pop flavors. A hydration stick is only 25 calories, contains no added sugar, and is a source of electrolytes.
The hydration packs normally cost around $28 but are on sale for $22 until November 26.
I'm a big fan of the Olipop drinks.
I like to get my soda fix with the strawberry-vanilla Olipops.
Each can of Olipop contains 9 grams of fiber, 3 grams of sugar, and no artificial sweeteners.
Personally, I like that Olipop is made with plant fiber to support the digestive system.
You can grab a pack of eight 12-ounce cans for $13, the best price I've come across at any grocery store.
Keep your pet warm with the 32 Degrees dog jacket.
The 32 Degrees dog jackets can help keep your furry pet warm during the colder months.
The jackets range from smaller sizes made for body lengths of 8 to 10 inches to extra large versions at 24 inches. The jacket features a leash hole, velcro fastener at the collar and center body areas, and a reflective strip.
They come in a variety of colors, including red, blue, pink, and orange.
You can find the 32 Degrees dog jackets for $15 each.
Get festive with the Kirkland Signature European cookies.
The Kirkland Signature European cookies are released during the holiday season so they won't be in stores for long.
The 15 varieties of cookies come packaged in layers of trays inside of a reusable tin and are made with Belgian white, semisweet, and milk chocolate.
You can find the Kirkland Signature European cookies for $15. Larger quantities of the cookies are also for sale online.
Decorate your home with the Brentwood Originals holiday pillows.
We just got the Brentwood Originals holiday decorative pillows in at my Costco, and I think they might be the cutest addition to a home.
The pillows come in a range of designs including snowflakes, snowmen, Christmas trees, and a plaid pattern.
Each 20-by-20-inch pillow retails for $10.
The Kirkland Signature pumpkin cheesecake is wonderful.
The Kirkland Signature pumpkin cheesecake has strong pumpkin flavors and a delicious graham-cracker crust without being overbearingly sweet.
The cheesecake comes with a border of spiced sour-cream icing for a perfect, tangy bite.
Each $19 cheesecake is almost 5 pounds and serves 16 people.
Prepare for holiday cooking with the Chefman warming tray.
The Chefman warming tray just hit the shelves for the holidays and has been selling out at my store.
Each tray features adjustable temperature control, a 21-by-16-inch black tempered-glass top, stainless-steel accents, and cool-touch handles.
According to the instructions, you can keep food warm all day by using a low setting or heat your appetizers by adjusting to a higher temperature.
You can find the Chefman warming tray for $45.
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