Halloween-Themed Costco Ravioli Is Shaped Like Adorable Bats and Pumpkins

This spooky ravioli will drive you batty (in a good way).

Everyone knows Halloween is all about costumes and the candy haul. You’ll probably want to carb-load in preparation for a long night of trick-or-treating (or chaperoning). Here’s what you need: Costco Halloween ravioli!

The mix of orange pumpkin and black bat-shaped pasta is available in 32-ounce packs that will make more than enough for a whole family. That includes all the hungry ghouls and werewolves at your table. And there’s actually two 16-ounce packs inside, so if you want to divide ’em up and save some for later, you can do that too!

How to Eat Them

Don’t worry—no pumpkins or bats were harmed in the making of this product. In fact, there is nothing squash-like about them. The colorful pasta is stuffed with a palate-pleasing mixture of four cheeses (creamy ricotta, mozzarella, Parmesan and aged asiago) to be dressed up as you see fit for the holiday.

They are all but crying out for a creamy Alfredo sauce treatment or a simple sage and brown butter sauce. You could also use the ravioli as building blocks for a more substantial dish like ravioli lasagna (just add spaghetti sauce) or toast the pasta and serve them like hors d’oeuvres with marinara on the side for dipping.

Where to Find the Ravioli

Costco is good for more than just stocking up on pillowcase-sized bags of M&Ms and Snickers to hand out on October 31st. Although, there are plenty of spooky Costco Halloween candy options.

Instagram account @costcosisters has the details on the Costco Halloween ravioli, yes, they’re less than $10 per pack:


This isn’t the first time Costco has gone wild with holiday-themed pasta. Past ventures include red ravioli hearts for Valentine’s Day and green shamrocks for St. Patrick’s Day.

The ravioli is also available on Instacart, so it can be delivered right to your door, no warehouse membership required! Find more ways to shop at Costco without a membership.

Krista Garcia
Krista has had 20 years of media experience. For eight of them, she's been freelancing for various food and travel brands like Taste of Home, Eater, The Kitchn and Fodor's. As a writer for Taste of Home, Krista’s specialty has been sharing all the latest food news from new types of candy to restaurant updates to viral TikTok cooking hacks. A food blogger since the early 2000s, Krista founded the site Goodies First, although these days she's focused on the digital commerce space. At the same time her blogging days tapered off, Krista moved back to Oregon (where she grew up) after a long stint in New York City.