Costco Shoppers Swear By This ‘Restaurant-Quality’ Comfort Food Freezer Find

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Time is a commodity we often take for granted until we have little to none left — and the holidays are no exception. From hosting an immaculate dinner to Christmas shopping and everything in between, finding an extra five minutes is virtually impossible.

As satisfying as making an entire meal from scratch can be, sometimes it’s easier (and less time-consuming) to focus on just a few dishes and let someone else do the rest of the leg work. If you happen to need a hand in getting dinner on the table this year, look no further than warehouse giant Costco.

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The bulk grocer, known for its upsized versions of fan-favorite products, is our go-to stop when we need a quick and easy dinner option that won’t compromise on taste. From Cannelloni with Butternut Squash to succulent rotisserie chicken, the choices for dinner are truly endless and infinitely delicious. It’s hard to top the already lengthy list of options, but fans on Reddit say the Kirkland Signature Sausage and Beef Lasagna might be just the “restaurant-quality” freezer find you’re looking for.

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Zesty Italian sausage mingles with beef, whole milk mozzarella and ricotta cheese and a vine-ripened tomato sauce to create the ultimate comfort food classic. The frozen dinner staple comes in a pack of two trays, each weighing a hefty 3-pounds. If you’re counting, that’s 6-pounds of cheesy pasta goodness. While prices may vary by location, the retailer’s website advertises the dish for $19.19, which works out to $3.20 per serving.

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If you need further evidence that this should be your next dinner-time go-to, OP, herelivenotacat posed the question of which frozen lasagna was the best at Costco and the responses were all but unanimous.

“I get the Sausage Lasagna every time I go there. I love it. Can’t live without it. It’s in the frozen section and comes in a two pack,” shared one die-hard fan. Another agreed that the “Kirkland sausage and beef is the only frozen lasagna we will buy.”

Glowing reviews aside, there’s nothing better than saving some time in the kitchen. If you’ve got dinner covered though, then you might want to check out this chocolatey dessert instead.

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