Costco Shoppers Are Warning Others To Stay Away From One Party Snack: 'Don't Serve This'

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There are a lot of great things to buy at Costco if you're not sure what to bring to your office holiday party or Christmas dinner. Still, there are some foods that don't get great reviews from customers.

Members of Costco have recently been very critical of a new product called ready-to-heat Tipiak Pull Apart Cheese Bread. This item comes from France and is filled with cheeses, garlic, and herbs, as stated on the packaging. 

When someone on Reddit said they were going to serve this cheese bread at a party and asked others to confirm that it was good, many people said the exact opposite. 

"NO. Why was it so sad? We were eagerly anticipating it, but it lacked cheese. One person on Reddit said, "Buy a loaf of sourdough and make it yourself." Someone else said, "Don't serve this."

"You don't even need to prepare melted cheese, make some butter with some garlic and diced parsley in it, brush it on the bread/inside the cuts, then get some nice cheddar cheese, and sprinkle in between the slices, wrap the bread and foil and bake," a person advised.

A few Reddit users also suggested using Costco's take-and-bake sourdough loaves in the thread's comments. One person said that these "keep for so long!"

This isn't the first time Tipiak's Pull Apart Cheese Bread has prompted negative reviews from customers. Last year, Costco fan account @costcobuys posted about the item on Instagram, calling it "delicious," only for shopper complaints to fill the post's comments section.


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