Costco Main Street Bistro Scalloped Potatoes


These Costco scalloped potatoes are such a good deal! You get 40 oz, or 2.5 pounds, of scalloped potatoes for only $6.99. My wife makes some fantastic scalloped potatoes & I always prefer them over the pre-made stuff, but here’s the deal…….it takes a lot to slice the potatoes, grate the cheese, layer the potatoes & clean up. It’s a lot of work for something that can be ready in 8 minutes! Not to mention, you can’t even buy half the ingredients for the price of these Costco scalloped potatoes! It’s only $6.99, which is less the $1 per serving. This is an automatic buy for Thanksgiving, hosting a dinner party, or you just feel like eating scalloped potatoes.

For a ready made food item, this stuff is tasty. I don’t recommend cooking it in the microwave like it says. Just throw it in the oven for 20-25 minutes for a nice even cook. Here are a few more details about these Costco scalloped potatoes……..

  • Made in the USA
  • No artificial colors, flavors or preservatives
  • Made with real cheddar cheese & fresh potatoes
  • Fully baked. Just needs to be warmed (oven recommended)
  • Serves 8

Price: $6.99, Item: 577943

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Now if you’re looking for those Betty Crocker potatoes that come in a box and can be stored dry, check these out on Amazon. Otherwise, I highly recommend the Costco scalloped potatoes…..

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14 thoughts on “Costco Main Street Bistro Scalloped Potatoes

    1. This product is not frozen when you cook it, so yes I would thaw it before cooking. If you don’t have time, I’m sure you can cook it frozen, but it will take longer. I would cover it with foil for a while because you wouldn’t want the top to brown over and it’s still frozen on the inside. Let me know how it works out

    1. I am located in the Bay Area, CA. I was at Costco a few times last week & they were in stock. I’ll check again this week & I’m sure they will be there. Hopefully you end up getting them back again

    2. Just picked them up at Costco in Cedar Park Tx. They also have them at Costco in Austin Tx. Good luck!

      1. Thanks for the heads up Mia. Glad you were able to find them. They still keep them stocked at my Costco as well. How do you like them?

    1. That’s unfortunate. I’ve heard that about plenty of other products & I still see said products on the shelves. I was at Costco today & they were still on the shelves, so that’s good news. Hopefully they don’t stop carrying these. I’ll keep an eye on them each time I go. Thanks for the info

  1. I LOVE LOVE LOVE this product!! Went to Costco’s yesterday, specifically to purchase the escallooed potatoes and could NOT find them!!. PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE DON’T STOP carrying this product!!!! I did buy an alternative product- oven roasted potatoes and will NEVER buy again…they could NEVER replace the escalloped potatoes!!!

    1. Glad to hear how much you like these Peggy! They really are tasty. It’s such an easy & affordable side dish to have when having dinner. Glad you enjoy them. Hopefully Costco never stops carrying these! I agree with you on the oven roasted potatoes. Those are good, but not as good as these. Maybe it’s all the cheese =). Thanks for the comment

  2. I opened a package of Reser’s Main Street Bistro last night (40 oz.), and there was mold all over one end. Expiration date is today. Would like replacement. Company needs to use shorter expiration periods as I was very aware of date and planned to prepare it for my dinner last night.

    1. Sorry to hear Joyce. I think that’s probably happened to all of us with other products. It happened to me with the organic hummus before. The nice thing is you can just return it. Get your money back or get it exchanged. Hopefully you get to enjoy the scalloped potatoes soon!

    1. I would freeze the section I’m not eating. Since they are already cooked you wouldn’t want to heat them up & then freeze them because you would be warming/cooling the Costco Scalloped Potatoes 3 times (1 by company, 2 by you). That may be 1 too many times. I see no problem bring the potatoes home & freezing them in servings appropriate for you.

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