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    May Must-Haves: 3 New Costco Finds You’ll Want to Stock Up On!

    One of the best parts of wandering the aisles of Costco weekly is the thrill of discovering new gems, and May has been packed with amazing finds. From new additions to the ever-changing array of salad kits to a new dip we can’t get enough of, the warehouse has been hitting it out of the ballpark. 

    We estimate we tried more than 15 new products this month, and read on for the ones we can’t wait to buy again (one we’ve already repurchased.) So grab these on your next trip because you never know when the dreaded Death Star will yank them off the shelves. 

    Here are three new Costco products we’re eager to stock up on again.

    Toom Garlic Dip — $6.99

    Toom Garlic Dip From Costco

    We’ve sampled every dip Costco offers, and while some are hits, others miss the mark. Toom Garlic Dip? Absolutely top-tier. Its lemony tang and whipped texture make it versatile and delicious.

    Toom is a version of the Lebanese dip Toum. For those unfamiliar, it’s similar to an aioli but has a lighter texture and more of a garlic punch. We’ve been using it as a salad dressing and a dip and swapped it for our beloved Tzatziki on chicken pitas. The shelf life is long, but it’s so versatile that you won’t need to check the best-by date. If you’re a garlic lover, this is a must-try!

    Taylor Farms Everything Chopped Salad Kit — $8.99

    We recently read that cold plates are the go-to dinner for summer, and this new Costco salad kit fits right in. We’ve always loved Costco’s variety of greens, but Taylor Farms Everything Chopped Salad Kit stands out with its crunchy texture, tasty ranch dressing, and croutons reminiscent of Texas Toast. The flavors aren’t anything new, but that’s what’s great about them—they are comforting and familiar. 

    If you are looking for a simple weekday lunch, this is it! Add chickpeas or shredded rotisserie chicken, and you will have several days prepped in minutes. 

    We’ve bought it twice this month.

    Don Pancha Cilantro Lime Crema — $7.99

    Why did we wait so long to buy this Costco sauce fans have raved about for years? We blame the seasonality of the product (it’s only available in the late Spring), but the truth is, we are kicking ourselves. It’s that good!

    Don Pancha Cilantro Lime Crema from Costco is the same sauce the warehouse serves with its popular street tacos. It’s flavorful and tangy, made from cilantro, lime juice, and sour cream. We had reservations about using both bottles of this Costco Mexican-inspired sauce, so we froze the second bottle since its shelf life is only a few weeks. 

    We quickly went through the first bottle and are happy to report that the second one froze and defrosted without any noticeable taste or texture degradation. The crema will be gone in a flash, so stock up. 

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