Costco Has Good News For Cheesecake Factory Fans

There's no getting around it: the holidays are going to be different this year. While not getting to see loved ones and missing out on beloved traditions are at the top of the list of reasons why, there are also smaller, more specific little things you might be missing during these typically joyous times, like not having a reason to cook or buy all the festive foods you love. While the pandemic has made it harder to find certain foods, like baking supplies, canned soups, and sodas, luckily, it's still safe to enjoy small, sweet holiday indulgences.

Well, Costco has a solution to our holiday conundrum. In addition to their gigantic portion sizes (think: an entire wheel of Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese!), Costco also has good deals on more reasonably-sized items that even households of one or two can finish before they go bad, and Instagrammer @costco_doesitagain just spotted another one: Cheesecake Factory cheesecake bites.

Everything you need to know about these Cheesecake Factory bites

You might associate both Costco and the Cheesecake Factory with the exact opposite of reasonable portion sizes, which is what makes this new launch so interesting. Each box contains 54 cheesecake bites of three different, classic Cheesecake Factory flavors: caramel swirl, raspberry swirl, and chocolate swirl. Each box costs $13.49, which might sound like a lot, but keep in mind: the total amount of cheesecake contained inside weighs two pounds (via

Larger households will still be able to buy the full-sized Cheesecake Factory cakes from Costco, but these individually portioned versions are perfect for smaller families or individuals who still want to partake in some cheesecake this holiday season. Instagram seemed very excited by the prospect, posting comments on @costco_doesitagain's post like: "A true Christmas miracle" and "I neeeeeed." However, one commenter pointed out a potential issue with this seemingly perfect package: "This is dangerous. I'm just having 5 bites of cheesecake... x10." We say it's not a bug but a feature.