Costco Shoppers Call New Food Court Item a 'Religious Experience' But It's Not Complete Without A Sweet Side Order

Costco enthusiasts are raving about the new seven-inch double chocolate chunk cookie. It's become an instant hit since its debut in the food court in January.

One customer shared on Reddit, "We finally tried the huge cookie at the food court today and it was nothing short of a religious experience." They found it incredibly delicious and large enough to share.

"And I feel God in this Costco tonight," another customer humorously added. A third Costco visitor now grabs one with every visit.

A devoted fan suggested an unbeatable combo: "Next time get a cookie and a cup of vanilla soft serve ice cream. Thank me later."

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This 750-calorie treat has taken the place of the churro. The change has sparked mixed reactions among the Costco crowd.

Some members are not impressed. Critiques range from "too sweet" to "just okay." Despite varying opinions, the buzz around it is undeniable.

Costco has implemented a new rule: only members can enjoy these food court delights. This move aims to preserve low prices amid rising inflation.

The food court has been a place of iconic deals, like the $1.50 hot dog and soda combo, unchanged since 1985. Costco's latest measures and offerings continue to stir conversation among its fans.