Costco Fans Can't Get Enough Of Bubbies Bread And Butter Snacking Pickles

When it comes to bread and butter pickles, it's hard to resist the perfectly sweet and tart balance of flavors. And apparently, Bubbies brand pickles are some of the best. A tempting standout among store-bought pickles, the brand even refers to them as "snacking" pickles.

Apart from their great flavor, there's more to love about Bubbies bread and butter snacking pickles. The brand is non-GMO, kosher, and gluten-free (via Bubbies). Another pro on your pickle checklist is that they're made with cane sugar instead of plain white refined sugar. It's the perfect way to temper the other spices, like peppers, onions, celery seed, mustard seed, and turmeric, that give the pickles their distinct taste. 

For many fans, a regular-sized jar just isn't enough. Fortunately for them, they can now get a huge Costco-sized jar from the big box retailer, according to a Reddit thread. If you've ever had a pickle craving and need a mega-sized serving, now's your chance. 

This is what fans are saying about Bubbies pickles

One Redditor posted a photo of a huge Costco jar of Bubbies bread and butter pickles on the social platform on March 22nd announcing that the fan-favorite product was back. The 66-fluid ounce jar, or two-quart jar, is more than four times the size of the regular jars, which hold one pint or 16 fluid ounces. So if you're a fan and a Costco member, it's definitely a buy you won't want to miss out on.

So far those who love the pickles have chimed in on the latest restocked product. One person wrote, "I had no idea Costco sold these! I buy these from the grocery store and just sit there and eat them with a fork, they are so good. I'm not mad at a Costco sized jar existing." Someone else said, "I hate when they don't carry the items across different Costco's. Please be there this week!" Another reply read, "I'm gonna go there tomorrow to look for these and be disappointed."

Someone else had a solution for those who don't see them in their local Costcos. They said, "If you can't find these at Costco, and you have a Whole Foods nearby you can probably get them there." Of course, it won't be the giant jar that Costco is carrying. So keep an eye out for them at your local store and keep your fingers crossed.