Costco Frozen Desserts That Should Be In Your Freezer Right Now

Costco customers have come to expect some pretty delicious, and oftentimes oversized, desserts. The retailer has many great desserts throughout the store, from the bakery to the refrigerated section. When it comes to stocking up on desserts that will stay good for a long time, head to the freezer section.

While you might believe that Costco's best frozen treats are likely various flavors of ice cream, there are several other options that are worth stocking up on. Sure, there are frozen desserts like a seven-pound cake, a two-pack of full-size cheesecake, and even a lemon tart that you can pick up from the freezer section (via Costco). But if you're looking for something to keep in the freezer and enjoy over time, you have lots of choices.

If you haven't already had the pleasure of encountering Pots & Co., then it's time to change that. This United Kingdom-based dessert company has a cult-like following thanks to its delicious products that come in their own reusable, collectible ceramic pots. Even better: They come in several flavors, including upside-down lemon cheesecake. One of the absolute standout flavors is the chocolate fudge lava cake. Fans claim the chocolate cakes are just as good — if not better — than eating an oozing chocolate cake at a restaurant. According to Insider, it only takes one minute in the microwave (or 12 minutes in the oven) to heat these up for some quick indulgence.

My/Mo mochi ice creams make a light dessert

There's a lot to love about My/Mo mochi for dessert. To start, Costco sells boxes of 18 mochis, with six mochis in each flavor, including ripe strawberry, vanilla bean, and sweet mango (via Romper), so you'll always have options while working your way through this frozen dessert. This dessert is only 110 calories per mochi, so you won't burn through too many calories by treating yourself, thanks to the pre-portioned bites. They're gluten-free, making them a safe option for those with the dietary restriction (via Insider). Mochi is a popular Japanese dessert that's actually a rice cake combined with ice cream, creating a really chewy treat in tons of flavors. This is a great way to try them without committing a lot of money or freezer space.

Next up: There are so many reasons to love Costco's Delizza Belgian mini cream puffs. The three-pound box contains 120 frozen cream puffs, which means that you'll have plenty of the dessert to serve — or eat yourself. You just might find it hard to stop reaching for them after you have sunk your teeth into the flaky pastry. The versatility of this dessert might be the best thing about it — treat yourself, or a large group. The cream puffs are plain on the outside, so you can top them — perhaps dipped in chocolate, topped with strawberry sauce, or even drizzled with caramel and candied nuts. The possibilities are endless.

Haagen-Daz ice cream bars that are adult-worthy

When you think of ice cream bars, it's understandable that you might immediately picture something that the kids might want to eat. But these ice cream bars from Haagen-Daz are adult-worthy, and since they're individually wrapped, they're perfect both as a snack or as a proportioned dessert. The premium ice cream brand you know and love for its pints has created a bar that still delivers all of the quality and flavors, like vanilla and chocolate, that you might expect. 

According to Romper, Costco sells big boxes which contain 15 of the Haagen-Daz ice cream bars. Each box contains vanilla ice cream bars coated in milk chocolate and almonds. So if you love a classic with an adult twist, these are for you. The best part of all might be the crunchy chocolate coating on the outside of the bars. Even better: They're priced to be less than a dollar per bar, making this quite a steal.

Melona fruit bars are perfect for a fruity treat

Melona fruit bars are another great option in frozen treats. The product isn't quite ice cream. These rectangular fruit popsicles-ish delights use all-natural flavors to deliver deliciously fruity tastes and creamy sensations for a sweet treat that isn't in fact too sweet. The tropical flavors — mango, melon, and coconut — are also a little different from other fruit bar flavors you might otherwise find. You might not have a trip to the tropics on your calendar just now, but these aren't a bad option in the meantime.

Costco sells boxes of 24 bars, and according to Romper, the box is priced so the bars cost only around 50 cents each. That's quite a deal to satisfy your sweet tooth with something a little on the exotic side. So, swing by the big-box store to grab a box and keep these in your freezer, too. Chances are that if you love fruit desserts, you'll be moving these to the top of your dessert list.