Costco Is Selling a HUGE Tres Leches Bar Cake, and We’re Drooling Over Here

It's perfect for a small gathering of friends... or one hungry person.

Whether or not you have a Costco membership, there’s a good chance that if you’re reading this article, you love Costco. And there’s a good reason for that affection. This mystical warehouse offers everything from color-changing cups to giant, ready-to-drink strawberry margaritas.

In fact, “giant” is a good way to describe most things sold at Costco.

Keeping the trend going is this HUGE tres leches bar cake, which we’ve been craving since the moment we first saw it! It’s perfect for a small, socially distanced gathering. Or one hungry person. We’re not here to judge.

Three Milks, One Glorious Dessert

If you love caramel as much as we do, you’ll love this rich dessert (if you’re curious, the name means “three milks,” after the heavy cream, evaporated milk and condensed milk used to make it). It must’ve taken plenty of milk to soak this thing, because it’s massive. This Costco tres leches cake weighs almost three pounds, so it’s a dream come true for dessert fans everywhere.

See what an authentic tres leches cake looks like.

Where Can I Buy One?

Thankfully, this drool-worthy confection won’t break the bank. If you’re looking to bring one home, it’ll cost you only $14.99—a small price for such great bliss.

While you’re at Costco, you’ll be happy to know certain aspects of shopping at the warehouse are returning to normal. In some areas, Costco is going to be offering samples again, but it won’t be the same—here’s what you can expect. The stores are also reopening food courts, so you’ll be able to get your favorite hot dogs and pizza slices.

Next: Learn how to make this shortcut tres leches cake at home.

Emily Hannemann
Emily adores both food and writing, so combining those passions as a writer for Taste of Home makes perfect sense. Her work has also appeared in Birds & Blooms and on TV Insider. When she’s not eating peanut butter straight from the jar, you'll find her running or birdwatching. Emily is currently a journalism graduate student at the University of Missouri.