10 Delicious Costco Meals That Are Cheaper Than Takeout

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Del Real Foods Chicken In Red Sauce Tamales

Frozen tacos that you can heat up in the microwave are fine, but if you want something more filling and tasty, chicken tamales might be the way to go.


Nissin Top Ramen, Variety Pack

In America, ramen is considered a college-student staple that’s both cheap and fairly flavorless.


Nongshim Shin Ramyun Noodle Soup

If you like your instant ramen with a little more spice, Nongshim-brand Korean shin ramyun comes with a delicious beef-stock base and includes what might be the perfect amount of authentic heat.


Kellogg's Eggo Buttermilk Pancakes

A Costco-sized package of Krusteez pancake mix makes speedy pancakes, but Eggo Pancakes in the toaster make dinner even easier.


Marie Callender's Chicken Pot Pies

The only thing better than a hearty chicken pot pie might be an individual hand pie that you can eat on the go.


Morning Star Farms Frozen Chipotle Black Bean Veggie Burgers

Along with being healthier, the Costco choice is also cheaper. The cost of each burger in this 12-pack comes to just $1.66 per item.


Bibigo Korean-Style Crunchy Chicken with Sweet and Spicy Sauce

Bibigo is a Korean-based company that produces authentic, flavor-packed Korean food and ships it all over the world.


Authentic Motor City Pizza Co. Detroit-Style Deep Dish Pizza, Double Pepperoni

Don’t wait around for Domino’s to deliver an overpriced pizza. Just preheat your oven and pop in two pepperoni pizzas instead.


Ajinomoto Yakisoba with Vegetables

You don’t have to slice and dice your own carrots, zucchini, mushrooms, broccoli, beans, and peppers to create an authentic, flavorful yakisoba dinner.


Costco Rotisserie Chicken

Costco’s $5 rotisserie chicken is a favorite item for long-time fans.



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