Current mood: Feeling grateful that Aldi has rolled out a serious of tasty, tasty new products that support our winter hibernation, from eggplant parm and gnocchi to French onion soup and mashed potatoes. (Oh yeah, and St. Patrick’s Day is on the horizon…)
18 New Foods to Try at Aldi This February
Millville Chocolate Puffs
Bring on that chocolate cereal milk.
Season's Choice Elote Style Corn
Pile it on tortilla chips or eat it straight with a spoon.
Mama Cozzi's Pizza Kitchen Taco Seasoned Pizza
What’s that noise? Oh, it’s just the sound of your kids cheering in the background.
Priano Eggplant Parmigiana
Don’t mind if we do.
Carlini Extra Light Olive Oil
Ideal for cooking in high heat.
Priano Mushroom Risotto
Because DIY means stirring nonstop for 20 minutes.
Sundae Shoppe Pistachio Biscotti
They taste like they were made by an Italian grandma.
Priano Spinach Gnocchi
Low-quality frozen gnocchi can taste metallic, but this buttery pick is anything but.
Aren’t you classy?
Appleton Farms Diced Pancetta
Normally, we can only find this at our local butcher.
Park Street Deli Mashed Potatoes
Why save them for Thanksgiving?
Connellys Mint Chocolate Country Cream
Just in time for spiking our coffee on St. Patrick’s Day.
Happy Farms Preferred Irish Cheese Truckle Assortment
Including Irish Cheddar with Beer, Irish Cheddar with Whiskey, and Aged Irish Cheddar. Swoon.
Bremer Spinach White Cheddar Pierogies
Hello, dream appetizers.
Bremer Bistro French Onion Soup
We’re so into sweater weather.
Village Bakery Irish Cream Cheesecake
This. Is. Brilliant.
L'oven Fresh Irish Soda Bread
Slather each slice with melted butter.
Specially Selected Maple French Toast Bagels
Our favorite two breakfast treats just had a baby.