Costco Is Selling a Cauliflower Queso Dip and It’s Actually AMAZING
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No one can get enough of Costco's cauliflower queso dip.
If you’re anything like us, you just can’t get enough of Costco. It’s the go-to bulk good store that sells literally everything, from 27-pound vats of mac and cheese to buckets of Nutella bigger than your head. Even if you’re not on the hunt for a comically large snack, Costco has what you’re looking for.
Costco shoppers are singing the praises of this queso dip made entirely out of cauliflower (and some other earthy ingredients). Here’s why you need to get your hands on Costco’s cauliflower queso dip.
It’s Queso—Without the Cheese
What makes this queso stand out is it’s totally vegan, so there’s no actual cheese included. The dip is a blend of cauliflower, red bell peppers, almonds, water, almond butter, apple cider vinegar, red onions, lemon juice, garlic, sea salt, nutritional yeast, chia protein, ground cumin, ground turmeric and cayenne.
This cauliflower queso contains only 45 calories per two tablespoons, meaning you can indulge as much as you want guilt-free.
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Snap up This Snack ASAP
If you want a taste of Costco’s cauliflower queso dip, get your hands on a container as soon as you see it. The reviews rave about the dip’s taste and quality. Here’s what one happy customer had to say: “This stuff is absolutely delicious! I love how it tasted chilled. I paired it with some tortilla chips!”
A 24-ounce tub will only cost you $7.79 at Costco. If you don’t have a Costco membership, don’t sweat! This dip is also available in a smaller size at Target for $4.99. Still, a Costco membership is worth the fee, especially if it means swiping as much of this creamy queso as you can.