Coscto's Cranberry Cinnamon Cheese Is A Holiday Must-Have

Whether you're hosting family and friends for a holiday party or simply like a tasty treat while you're snuggling up on the couch watching Christmas movies on the Hallmark Channel, there are plenty of seasonal snacks available at Costco right now. For starters, there's the famous Kirkland wine that you can buy for as little as $7 a bottle. Then there's the new Stuff'd cake that combines vanilla butter cake, caramel apple cheesecake, and pumpkin pie. And who could overlook the beloved peppermint bark that's finally back on Costco shelves?

Recently, another fan-favorite seasonal food returned to the massive retailer just in time for the holiday season. On Instagram, shoppers are clamoring about the cranberry cinnamon goat cheese that was just spotted at a Costco. According to fans, it's a big hit among everyone this time of year and might be worth adding to your own cart the next time you make a Costco run.

People on Instagram are dying to get their hands on the seasonal cheese

Costco fan account @costcobuys posted a picture on Instagram of the cranberry cinnamon goat cheese, which they found at their local store. According to the post, they bought the same cheese last year and loved it so much, they had to buy it again for the 2021 holidays. Made by the brand Celebrity, it costs $6.99 for a 16-ounce package. Many Costco shoppers have taken to social media to share their love of this seasonal cheese. Many say that they stock up whenever it's available. One user says she likes to serve it with pretzel crackers for a sweet and salty treat. And yet another commenter claims her friend "who doesn't like goat cheese loved this" fruity, spicy version.

The bloggers behind Costco Couple have been obsessed with the holiday charcuterie must-have for years. "It's one of our favorites and normally available during the holiday season. We don't generally eat much cheese but we make an exception for this," they explained in 2015. "It's soft, creamy goat cheese coated in cranberries and sprinkled with cinnamon. What's not to love?"