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Costco’s Pumpkin and Bat Ravioli Should Be Part of Your Next Pasta Night

A bag of bat and pumpkin shaped pasta is held up for a better view.
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When it comes to fall foods, your brain may immediately go to pumpkin spice flavored anything. But Costco’s pumpkin and bat ravioli is the perfect way to embrace autumnal foods without involving pumpkin.

While you can certainly grab some pumpkin-filled ravioli from Trader Joe’s, If you want to skip the pumpkin-flavored everything trend, Costco has you covered. According to Instagram user @Costco_Empties, the big-box retailer is selling bat and pumpkins shaped ravioli, and nope, it’s not pumpkin flavored. Instead, the pasta is filled with a classic four-cheese blend then cut into its subsequent shapes that also just happen to be orange and black for Halloween. Plus, the pasta retails for just 8.79 for two pounds!

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If you’re stumped regarding what to do with the cheesy dish, the packaging offers the recipe for a brown butter sage sauce and a suggested wine pairing.

For those feeling like embracing the Halloween season but averse to eating another pumpkin-flavored thing, Costco’s ravioli may be a good bet.

[Via Delish]

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Shea Simmons is an Atlanta-based writer who has written about everything from whether Crisco is a good moisturizer to how to KonMari your space. Her work has appeared in Bustle, My First Apartment, and Make It Grateful. Read Full Bio »

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