The Costco Deli Just Brought Back This Comfort Meal

The Costco deli has a large assortment of take-home meals that require limited preparation before serving, and it looks like there’s another one to add to the list, and it’s arrived just in time for cool autumn nights when a craving for comfort food hits.

Like the others, the Costco deli’s Chicken Pot Pie is huge—over 5 pounds huge. At $3.99 a pound each one comes out to be around $20, and since this savory pie can feed many people, it’s a pretty good deal that doesn’t involve any slicing, dicing, or mixing. It is made in-house with, you guessed it, rotisserie chicken also from the deli.

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Instagram account @costcohotfinds posted about its return recently and showed just how easy it is to pick up, take home, and cook. She says the “crust came out perfectly brown and the veggies were so good and soft in the middle” and that it’s “great for a grab and go dinner.”

Other Costco members in the comments mention how much they love this deli item, but many would love it if the pie was a different size.

“We love these!!” one said, adding they they “Just wish there was a way to split it and only cook half!” Another suggested Costco divide it up even more into four mini Chicken Pot Pies.

Some offered tips on how to make it less dry. “To help make the crust flaky and buttery use an egg/butter wash before baking to help prevent the top dough from drying out like that,” they said.

The instructions say to bake the Costco Chicken Pot Pie in the oven at 375 degrees Fahrenheit for one hour. Keep the oven on because there’s another pie back in stores—the ginormous Pumpkin Pie! And it’s only one of the fall-themed bakery items members will notice back in the bakery section in the next few weeks.

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