Choceur Peanut Butter Cups

Choceur Peanut Butter Cups are selling like hotcakes at Aldi stores. Read on to find out why Aldi peanut butter cups are so popular.

Choceur Peanut Butter Cups

Aldi Peanut Butter Cups

Choceur Milk Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups are sold at Aldi in a 12-ounce bag under the Aldi private label Choceur.

These delectable candy treats are a miniature peanut butter cup, and they are not individually wrapped. The bag is resealable, but we challenge you to actually NEED to seal it back up without emptying it! There are approximately 32 peanut butter cups per bag.

Where do you find Choceur Peanut Butter Cups?

We found these nuggets of sweet goodness in the candy section, which is in the same aisle as cookies and crackers at our store. They cost $2.69 and are an Aldi regular buy – the price may vary by location.

Are Aldi Peanut Butter Cups good?

Aldi recently updated the packaging on these Choceur Milk Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups and since then, the internet is buzzing with discussions of how they are now better than the Reese’s Miniature Peanut Butter Cups they are comparable to.

Our verdict is that we must agree— Aldi Peanut Butter Cups are better than Reese’s! 

What makes them so great is that Aldi chocolate is very high quality. Aldi chocolate under the Choceur brand is made with the finest quality European ingredients. And the peanut butter filling inside has a much creamier texture than Reese’s filling, which we would describe as more crumbly than creamy.

How do you use Aldi Peanut Butter Cups?

I have sent a couple of Aldi Choceur Peanut Butter Cups in my daughter’s lunch box as a sweet treat. Since they are resealable, they are easy to take on the go or slide into your snack drawer at the office.

Be careful with these chocolate peanut butter cups in warm climates, they melt easily. Try sticking the bag in the freezer for a chilly dessert.

Aldi Peanut Butter Cups will definitely be a regular purchase at our house. They are the perfect size to satisfy your sweet tooth without overdoing it. And we love Aldi chocolate products in general because the chocolate is fair-trade certified, making this indulgence a little more guilt-free!

Have you tried Aldi Peanut Butter Cups?


  1. Aldi has advised me (via response to my email to their Customer Service people) that they’ve discontinued the Choceur Peanut butter cups. Aaargh! They were one of the few reasons I shopped there. Now I’ve considered never going back.

    • I use to buy 3- bags every week. Don’t know why they discontinued them, they were the best they had!!!!! One of the main reasons I went shopping there every week also. Don’t go there as often now that they no longer have the peanut butter cups!

  2. Are you going to continue selling Choceur peanut butter cups & if so, when? If discontinued where else can they be purchased?

  3. Love, love, love them! My store was out for a couple of months, but they came back a few weeks ago. So happy! I bought three bags! Now I wish they had a dark chocolate version. That would be amazing!

  4. Why in the world did you discontinue the Choceur peanut butter cups? Don’t you know a good seller from a bad one? That’s the main reason I go to Aldi, then I end up filling my cart with a lot of groceries. Please re-consider bringing them back, for pete’s sake.

  5. For what its worth, i live in Miami FL and i just bought them for the first time this week. They were so good i went back and bought two more. I didnt know it was an Akdi brand they only sell so i was looking for wholesale. Thats how i found this forum. They are amazing, and ill be heading back to buy more if they are available.

    Point being maybe they are back so check your stores.

  6. Have you had the Trader Joe’s peanut butter cups? These taste the exact same. The two companies are brother companies and I think a lot of thier products are the same, just repackaged for that particular store. These are to die for and I’m happy Aldi Has them because I don’t have to go all the way Trader Joe’s!

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