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Holiday Hors d’Oeuvre

Holiday entertaining is always easier when you plan a finger food menu instead of a big, complicated sit-down meal. Everyone will find something they like and eat as little or as much as they want, all while mingling and drinking. For a diverse but fruitful menu of appetizers, dipping sauces, party platters, treats, and snacks, grab some of Costco’s top-rated party food. Here are the 19 best Costco appetizers for the holidays, Super Bowl, and beyond. Not a Costco member? Apply here.

Note: For those items that are available from Instacart or Costco.com, we’ve included shopping links for an even more stress-free holiday.

Prices and availability are subject to change. Prices may be lower in stores.

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Kirkland Signature Shrimp Cocktail

$9 per pound ($18 online, final weight)

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No holiday gathering is complete without shrimp cocktail. Costco does all the work for you with its deli-made version. It even comes with cocktail sauce and lemon wedges.

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Fratelli Beretta Uncured Antipasto

$14 ($17 online)

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Assemble your own grazing board and feed a crowd with this uncured antipasto set. It comes with Italian cured meats including prosciutto, coppa, Milano salami, and soppressata.

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Bibigo Mini Chicken Wontons Costco

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Bibigo Mini Chicken Wontons

$11 ($14 online)

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These fully cooked wontons are filled with chicken and cilantro. They just need a few minutes in a pan or steamer, and the mini size makes them perfect for finger food.

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Kirkland Signature Roasted Chicken Swiss Roller Tray

$7 per pound ($18 online, final weight)

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For a more substantial finger food there are these popular roller sandwiches. Deli meat, cheese, vegetables, and spreads are rolled in a tortilla-like flatbread that’s filling and delicious.

Costco's Cuisine Adventures Mini Quiche

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Cuisine Adventures Mini Quiche

$18 ($22 online)

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Who says you can’t have finger foods for brunch? Pull these Florentine and three-cheese mini quiche out on Christmas morning — your house guests will love them.

Foster Farms Buffalo Crispy Wings

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Foster Farms Buffalo Chicken Wings

$19 ($24 online)

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Chicken wings are expensive right now, which makes these fully cooked wings a steal for around $19 for four pounds. But beyond saving money, these wings taste great and are easy to prepare, coming fully cooked and with buffalo sauce. A Sweet Chipotle BBQ flavor is also available.

La Terra Fina Artichokes &  Jalapeno Dip

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La Terra Fina Artichoke and Jalapeno Spread

$10 ($12 online)

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While gooey artichoke dip is something you usually find in restaurants, you can treat friends and family at home with this version, which can be served hot or cold.

Kirkland Signature Tempura Shrimp

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Kirkland Signature Tempura Shrimp

$20 ($24 online)

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Hidden in the frozen food aisle, you’ll find Japanese-style fried shrimp, which you can cook crispy in the oven, deep fryer, or air fryer. Dip them in cocktail sauce, or try the included soy-based sauce.

Kirkland Signature Spanish queen olives filled with pimiento peppers

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Kirkland Signature Spanish Queen Olives

$16 ($20 online)

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You can’t throw a party without a bowl of fancy olives. Costco sells these Spanish olives, which come pitted and stuffed with pimiento peppers — not to mention they’re a great deal.

Ferrero Rocher Hazelnut Chocolates

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Ferrero Rocher Hazelnut Chocolates

$15 ($19 online)

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Ferrero Rocher candy makes a great gift, but why not set the little gold-wrapped chocolates out for your guests? For some people, it doesn’t feel like Christmas without them.

Kirkland Signature peppermint bark

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Kirkland Signature Peppermint Bark

$12 ($15 online)

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Peppermint bark is a classic holiday treat. Give it an upgrade from your usual brand with these Kirkland Signature squares. The package includes 14 servings of dark and white chocolate peppermint bark squares.

Kirkland Signature Croissant Sandwich Platter

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Kirkland Signature Croissant Sandwich Platter

$40

If you’re entertaining guests but short on time, this sandwich platter will serve more than a dozen gifts. And given the quality of Costco appetizers and croissants, these chicken, roast beef, and ham sandwiches are sure to be a hit.

FarmRich Breaded Mozzarella Sticks

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Farm Rich Breaded Mozzarella Sticks

$13

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Mozzarella sticks are a guaranteed crowd pleaser. Pair them with a marinara dip, and you’ve got all the ingredients for a mouthwatering appetizer: salt, fat, acid and heat.

Royal Asia Vegetable Spring Rolls

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Royal Asia Vegetable Spring Rolls

$11 ($14 online)

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Throw these in the air fryer or bake them in the oven for an easy, vegetarian appetizer. Don’t worry about furnishing a dip, as these vegetable spring rolls come with a pre-packaged soy ginger sauce.

Tipiak Pull-Apart Cheese Bread from Costco

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Tipiak Pull-Apart Cheese Bread

$11 ($16 online)

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Heat this cheese bread — or pain au fromage, if you’re feeling fancy — for an easy, cheesy appetizer that pairs nicely with soup or dip.

Oberto Charcuterie Platters

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Oberto Charcuterie Platters

$12

Oberto’s charcuterie sampler comes with everything you need for a small communal feast: provolone cheese, green olives and two types of Italian salami. Since everything is sourced from Italy, you know this is the good stuff.

Costco Rotisserie Chicken

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Kirkland Signature Rotisserie Chicken

$5 ($6 online)

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If you have extra time to prepare your hors d’oeuvres and are particularly frugal, consider picking up one of Costco’s famous rotisserie chickens. From no-bake pizza to rotisserie chicken salad, there are plenty of quick, easy, and cheap appetizers that make use of this year-round deal.

Marin Petite Cheese Variety Pack

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Marin Petite Cheese Variety Pack

$16 ($17 online)

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Enjoy premium French-style cheeses while supporting domestic farmers with this cheese variety pack from Marin French Cheese Co. Founded in 1865, this small artisanal creamery won a prestigious award in 2005 for its brie at the World Cheese Awards in London, the first time a US company has won in a European competition.

Phillips Foods Crab Cake Minis

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Phillips Foods Mini Crab Cakes

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People love crab cakes, but they’re expensive and don’t fit into a finger food setting. Both of those problems are solved with these mini crab cakes that come 36 in a package. Set out some tartar sauce or remoulade for dipping.

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