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Costco’s Tiramisu Bar Cake Is Over 2 Pounds of Layered Perfection

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Costco Tiramisu

We’re sharing another sweet Costco deal with you – literally!

For a limited time, head in to your local Costco Warehouse where you’ll find this huge 38-ounce Tiramisu Bar Cake under its Kirkland Signature brand on sale for $15.99. While the Tiramisu has been available off and on at Costco for years, we haven’t seen it for a while so we’re more than a little bit excited to report that it’s now back!

Found in the refrigerated section of the warehouse’s bakery, this hefty delight is a reminder that everything is bigger at Costco, and desserts are no exception. Have you seen their enormous pumpkin pie?!


Costco tiramisu

Even though 38 ounces is a whole lot of tiramisu, it’s SO good that you probably won’t have to worry about what to do with your leftovers. If you do want to stock up and save some for a tiramisu emergency (which is a real thing that happens to people), this cake reportedly freezes very well. For best results, try slicing it prior to freezing so that you can just grab the number of slices you need when the time comes without having to defrost the whole thing.

Not a member of Costco yet? For a limited time, new Executive members get a $20 Costco Shop Card when they join, or become a Gold Star Member and get a $10 Costco Shop Card! Head on over here to sign up for a membership.


Make the most of your Costco membership with these shopping tips and deals!

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  1. Queenie

    Check hour email. I got a 10 off 10 coupon for Staples. This is my 4th in 4 weeks.

    • Qgirlfriend

      Thanks for mentioning that. I was thinking of trying this, but I also hate coffee 🙁

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Oh cool! Thanks for sharing! We’ll have to keep an eye out for that!

  2. Jennifer Morales

    I seriously thought that first picture was peppered bacon.

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      LOL!

  3. shop4mybabies

    i have had Tiramisu many times at restaurants and it’s always been made with run…i purchased this thinking it was made with rum, the 6 of us cut a slice and bit into it…it’s made with coffeee…5 of us hate coffee:) just FYI if you’re silly like me…if you don’t like coffee it is not the dessert for you

    • Jessica (Hip' Sidekick)

      Thanks for this info, it’ll be super helpful to the non-coffee drinkers!

    • Rae

      I always thought it was made with espresso/coffee and rum. I notice the more authentic places have less coffee flavor and more rum flavor. After trying grocery store tirimisue a few times I prefer homemade, or from a nice restaurant.

    • Sub

      I’m Italian. Tiramisu is made using both rum AND espresso in the ingredients- though non-alcoholic versions like this may leave the rum out entirely, but never the espresso. Espresso is what gives it the color and flavor that makes the dish. The kind that you’ve had at restaurants probably just has way more alcohol and less coffee in it lol

  4. DailyHealthNut

    I don’t consume any alcohol of any kind. Per previous comments, I’m assuming this doesn’t have any alcohol?

  5. Lexy

    I love t Tiramisu and I DO NOT DRINK COFFEE 😂 and I work every morning at 5

  6. peretz12

    They also have the little individual serving ones on sale now too. I think a 7 pack for $8? They come in little glass cups. I plan on going and picking up a cpl packs tmrw.

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Awesome! Thanks for the heads up on your find!

  7. melissazmich13

    Does anyone have a recipe for a rum drizzle?

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