- Aldi, a budget-friendly grocery chain, is offering an array of items this January for under $US5.
- The store is stocking vegan products, like Beyond Burgers and dairy-free mozzarella-style sticks.
- Prepare your game-day spreads with franks in a blanket, dips, and football-shaped pizzas.
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Aldi is ready to ring in the new year with plenty of items to help you meet your resolutions, cheer on your favourite team on game day, and get ready for Valentine’s Day.
From keto-friendly cookies to heart-shaped pizzas, here are some of the best things to get at Aldi this January for under $US5:
Kick off “veganuary” with products like the Earth Grown’s Empower burger.
To kick off the new year, Aldi is stocking several plant-based products to make Meatless Mondays or total veganism easier than ever.
Among the first to hit shelves is the Earth Grown Empower meat-less burger.
You can pick up two plant-based patties for $US4.49.
Make quick, plant-based meals with Season’s Choice eggplant cutlets.
Eggplant parmesan can be delicious, but most people don’t realise the preparation needed to keep the base from going rubbery.
Skip the extra steps with this premade package of eggplant cutlets that are already breaded and ready to go.
Pick them up this month for $US3.99 a pack.
Add vegan protein to any meal with the Earth Grown meatless beef crumbles or chicken-less strips.
Eating plant-based meals doesn’t have to be boring.
Spice up salads, wraps, tacos, and more with meatless, beef-like crumbles or chicken-alternative strips, for $US2.89 a box.
These Raised and Rooted nuggets may even deceive meat-eaters.
Craving fast food? Skip the lines and grab a box of these meatless nuggets for $US3.99.
They aren’t vegan (they contain egg whites), but they’re full of ingredients like bamboo fibre, pea protein, and golden flaxseed that can help round out a vegetarian diet.
The Earth Grown teriyaki baked tofu is a quick way to add protein to recipes.
When you’re hungry, you don’t want to wait around to press and marinate tofu. But if you skip these steps, you’re stuck with a mushy, flavourless protein that you won’t want to eat.
This teriyaki-flavored baked tofu is ready to go, so you can just chop it up and toss it into whatever you’re cooking.
Pick up a package for $US3.49.
Anyone can enjoy the Earth Grown dairy-free salad dressings.
Whether you’re vegan or just avoiding dairy, Aldi is making it easy to throw together a quick, tasty salad with these dairy-free Caesar and ranch dressings.
Each bottle goes for $US3.99.
Skip take-out and make this filling Loma Linda plant-based protein meal.
It’s easy to eat more plant-based foods when you can prepare them ahead of time. But if you’re in a rush, stick to your goals by heating up this quick, flavorful meal.
Each protein-packed “bowl” is just $US2.49.
Aldi is also carrying Beyond Meat plant-based patties.
Aldi is offering the wildly popular Beyond Meat burger patties for just $US3.99 per package.
They’re a delicious plant-based protein option, and even meat-eaters might be impressed by these “bleeding” burgers.
Satisfy those savoury-snack cravings with the Earth Grown vegan cheddar- or mozzarella-style sticks.
Aldi is making a name for itself in the vegan realm by stocking its freezer section with these vegan “cheddar” and “mozzarella” sticks.
With each box ringing up at $US3.49, these are the perfect appetizer to enjoy on game day.
The Breakfast Best protein buttermilk-and-vanilla waffles can help fuel your fitness goals.
If you’ve set fitness goals for the new year, Aldi can help you fuel your morning workouts with these protein buttermilk-and-vanilla frozen waffles.
Top them with fresh fruit or maple syrup for just $US2.99 per pack of 10 waffles.
There’s no excuse to skip breakfast with Whole and Simple’s salsa-verde and Mediterranean bowls.
No matter how busy your schedule is, these salsa-verde and Mediterranean breakfast bowls may be cheaper and healthier than grabbing something from your favourite coffee shop.
Pick up a bowl packed with simple, healthy ingredients, like egg whites and veggies, for $US2.49.
Keto-dieters can enjoy a little dessert with Benton’s chocolate-chip or snickerdoodle cookies.
If you’re trying the keto diet this year, don’t worry about cutting out dessert.
These chocolate-chip and snickerdoodle cookies are keto-friendly and can satisfy your sweet tooth for $US2.99.
Stick to your resolutions, even on game days, with the Park Street Deli reduced-calorie dips.
You don’t have to sabotage your 2021 goals or sacrifice delicious appetizers during the game.
These “skinny dips,” in zesty jalapeno or buffalo-style chicken flavours, are $US3.49 per container and perfect for dipping chips or fresh veggies.
Step up your chip game with Clancy’s kettle chips in flavours like Cuban sandwich and Nashville hot chicken.
Skip the basic flavours by opting for these kettle chips that are flavored like a Cuban sandwich or Nashville hot chicken. Each bag is $US1.89.
Cheer on your team with this Mama Cozzi’s Pizza Kitchen football-shaped pepperoni pizza.
Whether you’ll be watching the Super Bowl alone, with friends over Zoom, or with family, it’s never too early to start stocking up on fun game-day eats.
Pick up this football-shaped pepperoni deli pizza for $US4.99.
Indulge in Mama Cozzi’s Pizza Kitchen’s deep-dish pizzas.
If you’re craving a hot pizza in the cold winter months, you don’t have to travel to Chicago or make a mess in the kitchen.
Aldi has you covered with this deep-dish pizza in cheese or combination flavours for $US4.99 a pie.
Combine crowd favourites with Bremer’s loaded-potato or jalapeño-popper flavored mac and cheese.
These fully-loaded meals combine the comfort of mac and cheese with the fun flavours of loaded potato skins and jalapeño poppers.
Each three-serving box is $US4.99.
Game day isn’t complete without Appetitos franks in a blanket with everything seasoning.
These pigs in a blanket are elevated thanks to every bagel lover’s favourite flavour: everything seasoning.
Grab a box of 12 for just $US3.99.
Get a head start on Valentine’s Day gifts with Specially Selected’s chocolate truffle hearts.
Aldi is preparing for Valentine’s Day early this year with these tasty truffle hearts.
Treat your sweetie, or yourself, for $US3.49 a box.
Stock up on Reggano’s heart-shaped pasta to impress your Valentine.
Planning a fancy, homemade dinner for your significant other?
Grab this heart-shaped pasta for $US1.99 a bag.
Prepare for an epic Valentine’s Day cheese board with this Emporium Selection heart-shaped assortment.
Aldi makes it easy to step up your cheese board.
Create a fun and festive spread for Valentine’s Day with heart-shaped mature cheddar, Wensleydale with raspberries and white chocolate, or gin and rhubarb Wensleydale cheeses for $US3.99 each.
Celebrate the holiday with Mama Cozzi’s heart-shaped deli Pizza.
If the football-shaped deli pizza isn’t for you, shoppers can also pick up a festive heart-shaped variety for $US4.99.
Satisfy your sweet tooth with Benton’s red-velvet sandwich cookies.
No Valentine’s Day celebration is complete without at least one red-velvet-flavored dessert.
These red-hued sandwich cookies are available this month for just $US1.95 a pack.
Bee Happy’s card and gift sets are perfect for Valentine’s Day.
Basic cards adorned with heart-shaped candy tend to line store aisles this time of year, but Aldi is getting a little more creative.
These Valentines come with a brightly coloured rubber duck for $US1.49.
Stick to your goals with this Crofton hydration-tracker water bottle.
Drinking more water is a popular New Year’s resolution, and Aldi is here to help you meet your goal.
One side of this water bottle features markings that recommend how much you should be drinking throughout the day.
Each bottle costs $US4.99.