Introducing Costco’s New Frozen Yogurt and Churro Dessert

This scrumptious dessert can be found at the Costco food court for just $2.35.

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Costco’s food court is already legendary for its quick, cheap bites, but the menu just got even sweeter. The new Frozen Yogurt and Churro dessert cup combines two of Costco’s tastiest sweets for the ultimate indulgence, and it’ll only cost you $2.35.

A Costco frozen yogurt typically sells for $1.35, while the twisted churros are $1 each. But the new $2.35 combo includes two yogurt-dipped churros with every order, so you get more bang for your buck. Plus, you don’t even have to dip the churros yourself.

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You need to be a Costco member if you’re hoping to dine at the Costco food court, and that membership will cost you $60 or $120 annually depending on the membership tier you choose.

That might seem like a lot just to indulge in a cheap dessert, but there are plenty of other ways to save at Costco.

Additionally, we regularly see discounts and special offers on Costco membership costs that could bring the price down further. Set a Deal Alert with us to stay informed of the latest sales and promos from Costco.

Also, remember that Costco will refund membership costs at any time if you decide you no longer want to be a member. You just have to ask yourself if losing access to that sweet, sweet Frozen Yogurt and Churro treat is worth it.

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Eric Vega

Eric Vega is a Puerto Rican writer and filmmaker working out of Burbank, California. He has covered a plethora of topics in his writing including the looming threat of invasive species, the true spirit of the Juggalos, and why space travel will always be a carnival of nightmares.

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