Amanda Malamut
January 21, 2018 7:54 am
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If you’re craving something sweet and delicious over tangy and savory — hello, ranch dressing ice cream! — we have the perfect treat for you. Costco is selling a ginormous Cookie Butter Cheesecake made by Sweet Offerings Bake Shop, and it’s obviously what dessert dreams are made of.

This sounds like the perfect dessert for Valentine’s Day (or any day, for that matter). Because this delicacy is only available for a limited time, we need to find our nearest Costco, and fast.

The 3.4-pound concoction features Biscoff cookie crumble crust on the bottom, followed by a layer of New York-style cheesecake. The best part? The dessert is topped off with Biscoff cookie butter cheesecake. That’s three layers of mouth-watering deliciousness we can’t wait to get our hands (mouths?) on.

But hold that thought. Before you run out to Costco, make sure your local store is selling it. According to the Sweet Offerings website, the Cookie Butter Cheesecake can only be found in select Costco locations. If you don’t live near a store that has it in stock, maybe text a long-distance BFF and see if they can hook you up with the goods. Normally priced at $15, you can snag the treat for just $6.97. (Though let’s be honest, it’s totally worth $15.)

And if you don’t have any luck buying the premade Cookie Butter Cheesecake, you can try out this recipe for cookie butter cheesecake bites. They look like a good substitute, even if everything tastes better when someone else makes it.

A Twitter user named Matt Keller first made us aware of Cookie Butter Cheesecake. And the internet is super grateful.

If you don’t have a Costco membership, now’s a good time to get one.

Besides delectable treats like this one, the warehouse club offers a surprisingly vast array of luxe beauty products.

Plus, everyone needs to try Costco’s famous cheeseburger at least once in their lives.

Here’s hoping that by the power of the internet, Sweet Offerings will make its Cookie Butter Cheesecake available at more Costcos and other supermarkets. We’ll cross our fingers.

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