Summer is ending and now I can officially celebrate the beginning of the fall season, and that means enjoying pumpkin-flavored everything.


So what if it’s still 80-degrees+ outside? While I don’t want to be baking (at least quite not yet) with the hot weather, Costco once again has my back.

That’s because they have officially brought back a fan favorite: pumpkin streusel muffins, a beloved treat that flies off the shelves each and every fall.


And if you’ve never had the pleasure of trying them before, yes, they’re just as tasty and scrumptious as they sound.

This seasonal dessert — or breakfast, or mid-day snack (we don’t judge) — has everything I want in a fall pumpkin-flavored treat.


First off: they’re ooey-gooey moist from the top to the bottom. Secondly, they have just the right amount of topping: a crunchy, buttery, cinnamon streusel, which is pure joy in every single bite.

Just in case that’s not enough to send you running over to your local Costco warehouse, they also come six to a pack. But because we know six just isn’t quite enough, Costco is currently selling TWO packs of the Pumpkin Streusel Muffins for $7.99 total.

The Costco Connoisseur

That is a crazy good deal for 12 large muffins, even for the warehouse superstore. So now you can feel even better about not having to bake — because the ingredients alone would cost you more than that!


(That said, reading this and can’t find the muffins on the shelves anymore? Have no fear; here is a copycat muffin recipe for you to try at home!)

Now the only question is: how many six packs of Costco Pumpkin Streusel Muffins will you load up on today?

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  1. I didn’t really like these bc the top is dry & hard, & they’re not real sweet & moist. It appears that most customers here eat healthy, so maybe they would like them. I went to TJ Maxx & got some of the Torani ?? Syrup for $7.49 (the only one left), & poured it over the top. BAM! They were just fine! Gonna mix it with the vanilla ice cream from the food court & make a shake, next. ?

  2. Costco pumpkin muffins are by far the best, it would be great if they kept them around until the end of the year. Last year they were gone at the end of October.