April’s Most Anticipated ALDI Finds: A Sneak Peek at the Top 10 New Groceries!

1. State of Brewing Dragonfruit Imperial Hard Seltzer, Price -> $8.99

  • Among the numerous hard seltzers I’ve tried, a dragon fruit flavor has always eluded me — until this moment! Starting April 5, these bubbly beverages elevate the fruitiness with added touches of pineapple and soursop, offering a unique taste experience.

2. Simply Nature Organic Pesto alla Genovese, Price -> $2.99

  • Jarred sauces are the saviors of weeknight dinners, turning meals into a reality. That’s why, starting April 12, you’ll want to grab this beloved pesto off the shelves. It’s perfect mixed into pasta, but don’t stop there—try it in dips, breads, salads, and beyond. Plus, as an added treat, Aldi is reintroducing Pesto Rossa, crafted with luscious sun-dried tomatoes, to its lineup!

3. Clancy’s Cinnamon Churros, Price -> $1.49

  • Aldi seems to have a special knack for items in red bags. These crunchy churros capture all the goodness of Taco Bell’s cinnamon twists in a convenient, multi-serving package. Look for this delightful sweet treat to return to shelves on April 26.

4. Southern Grove Gochujang Spiced Almonds, Price -> $5.69

  • Almonds have always been a go-to snack for any time of day, but Aldi is taking them up a notch by adding a sweet and spicy kick with gochujang. For those who love a bit of spice, this is one snack you won’t want to overlook when it arrives on April 19. They’re irresistibly snackable by the handful, so you might find yourself reaching for a second bag.

5. Earth Grown Vanilla with Chocolate Chip Cookies Non-Dairy Frozen Dessert Cookie Sandwiches, Price -> $4.29

  • On that note, these frozen cookie sandwiches could easily have their own catchy tune. Echoing the classic Chipwich, a favorite from the ice cream truck, these dairy-free delights will hit the freezer aisles on April 12, side by side with their cocoa cookie variants. My calendar is already marked for their arrival!

6. Fusia Asian Inspirations Shrimp Lo Mein, Price -> $4.99

  • Even with shrimp in the mix, there’s nothing diminutive about this lo mein. It’s brimming with a variety of vegetables including mushrooms, broccoli, carrots, sugar snap peas, red bell peppers, and onions — quite the medley! Ready in just 10 minutes, this dish, alongside Shrimp Fried Rice, will be available in the freezer section starting April 5.

7. Sundae Shoppe Strawberries and Cream Rose Cones, Price -> $3.99

  • As warmer days approach, The freezer aisle for some refreshing desserts! Picture layers of strawberry and vanilla cream, intertwined with strawberry sauce, all encased in charming chocolate cones. This beloved treat, making its comeback on April 26, competes with the finest offerings from any ice cream truck. Be sure to stock up on these when they hit the shelves.

8. Season’s Choice Egg Fried Riced Cauliflower, Price -> $2.79

  • Aldi’s freezer section has often been the subject of our praises, and this vegetable-centric dish is yet another highlight to mention. Starting April 19, the steam-in-bag riced cauliflowers, available in Egg Fried and Thai Green Curry flavors, are perfect for a fast and convenient meal at any time of day, whether it’s breakfast, lunch, or dinner.

9. Specially Selected Wood Fired Spinach & Goat Cheese Pizza, Price -> $4.49

  • The newest addition to Aldi’s frozen pizza selection is reminiscent of creamy spinach dip atop a crunchy wood-fired crust, and just thinking about it makes my mouth water. Set to arrive on April 5, I’m all for throwing a pizza party that evening in celebration.

10. Earth Grown Lemon Pepper Tofu Cubes, Price -> $3.59

The lemon pepper tofu cubes come already marinated and sliced, significantly cutting down on preparation time! We suggest reaching for your cornstarch and cast iron skillet to achieve a delightfully crispy exterior. Consider serving them alongside the riced cauliflower for a dish that feels even more substantial. Look for them in the refrigerator section starting April 12.

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