Copycat Jujube Date and Walnut Recipe
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Copycat Jujube Date and Walnut Recipe

Our copycat recipe for Jujube Date and Walnut is not only better than the original, but gives you other options as well! The Jujube Date & Walnuts (basically walnut-stuffed dates) are very popular, particularly with the Vegan Costco crowd, but Costco is discontinuing them, so if you are missing your date & walnut fix, this Copycat Jujube date and walnut recipe is for you. It’s also for you if you would just like to make your own, and happily you can get both organic dates and organic walnuts at Costco (the Jujubes are not organic). Now, you might think that shoving a walnut into a date hardly qualifies as a recipe, and ordinarily you’d be right. However we do things with dates and walnuts that you may not have considered (yes, as we read that we realized that it could sound kind of naughty, but we’re ok with that. :~) ).

How to Check if an Item is Available at Your Local Costco Store
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How to Check if an Item is Available at Your Local Costco Store

If you are trying to figure out how to find out if your Costco has something in stock, we’re here to tell you! It would be nice if you could check Costco inventory online, like with an in-store items search, and while you can’t do that, exactly, there are ways to find out if your Costco has something that you want before you make a trip or place a delivery order.

Delicious Vegan Chocolate Cherry Truffles that are Also Good for You
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Delicious Vegan Chocolate Cherry Truffles that are Also Good for You!

Ready to have your mind blown? These amazing chocolate cherry truffles are not only not bad for you, they are positively good for you! And yet they are freakin’ delicious! They even have protein in them, in fact we thought about calling them ‘chocolate cherry protein truffles’ but we were afraid the name would scare people off before they tried them; they are literally vegan truffles that taste amazing, but just happen to also have protein and be good for you. They are the ultimate in guilt-free sweets! And they are easy to make and economical as well (in fact all of the ingredients are available at Costco)!

Copycat Blue Moose Cashew Queso Blanco
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Copycat Blue Moose Cashew Queso Blanco

Our copycat recipe for the Blue Moose Vegan Queso Blanco Cashew dip will make you especially happy if you have been looking for the Blue Moose cashew queso at Costco (try saying “cashew queso at Costco” three times fast!) and been unable to find it. This is majorly a vegan Costco recipe, as it’s not only a copycat of the Blue Moose cashew queso (a Vegan Costco group favorite) but one of the best places to get organic “raw” cashews is Costco!

homemade organic peanut butter recipe
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Missing Costco Peanut Butter? Make Your Own with Our 5-Minute Homemade Peanut Butter Recipe!

If you are mourning the disappearance of Costco’s all-natural organic peanut butter, take heart! It’s easier and, we think, better to make your own! And you can make it smooth or chunky! All you need is a food processor and organic peanuts, and you can use either raw peanuts or roasted peanuts!

How to Cook Pasta in Sauce in the Instant Pot
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How to Cook Pasta Directly in the Sauce in the Instant Pot

Here’s how to cook your pasta right in the sauce with your Instant Pot or other digital, electronic pressure cooker! With this method you can create a wonderful one-pot meal in no time, and with no fuss! It’s so easy, and it works for both regular and gluten-free pasta!

pumpkin tomato bisque
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Quick and Easy Pumpkin Tomato Bisque

Sometimes you want something a little exotic, but really easy to make. Sometimes you want to be able to open a few cans, throw them into a bowl or pot, and come up with something tasty. If this describes you, this is a recipe for you!