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Family Christmas Pajamas — including some for the dog — are sure to be in high demand at Aldi this week!
The first big wave of Christmas decor arrives at Aldi, this week, and we’re ready. With Thanksgiving happening as late as it possibly can in 2019, we know many people are defying tradition and starting their Christmas decorating early.
As usual, Aldi’s got you!
Family Christmas Pajamas
You can dress up everyone in the house, including the dog, with the family Christmas pajamas hitting shelves this week in the Aisle of Shame. There are three themes — Christmas lights on a royal blue, red and green stripe, and red buffalo check. The pajamas are available in men’s, women’s and children’s sizes in union suit versions or 2-piece pajama sets. The pajamas range from $4.99 – $14.99.
A new batch of seasonal coffees has arrived at Aldi. The Barissimo varieties include Mocha Mint, White Chocolate. Gingerbread, Creme Brulee, and Caramel Macchiato.
Huntington Home Flannel Sheets
People are raving about the Huntington Home Flannel Sheets that hit Aldi stores last week. These sheet sets available in holiday-ready prints come in twin-king sizes for prices of just $16.99-$18.99 per set. They’re going to look great with your new family Christmas pajamas!
Tip: Wash with fabric softener before making up that guest room bed. The more you wash these sheets. the softer they will become.
Season’s Choice Riced Cauliflower Stuffing
Aldi is fully stocked with stuffing choices for your Thanksgiving table. If you or any of your guests are following a low-carb diet, you may want to pick up this riced cauliflower stuffing in the freezer case. While it is not strictly keto, it will reduce the carbs on your plate. We also recommend this Chef’s Cupboard Hawaiian Stuffing Mix.
Holiday Coir Mats
One of the most difficult decisions we face each season at Aldi is deciding on which of the cute designs to choose for our door mat. These Merry Moments Coir Mats measure 18″ x 30″, and they are priced at $6.99. Besides the Season’s Greetings and Snowman designs shown here, there is a red buffalo check design, one with winter cardinals, and a green design with snowflakes.
Port Salut French Cheese
At this time of year, imported cheese choices abound at Aldi. We took notice of this mild, semi-soft cheese imported from France because we don’t remember seeing it before. It will be a great addition to add variety to any charcuterie board.
Serra Ladies Boots
Aldi’s boot game has been so strong this fall, and the latest batch of Serra Ladies Boots did not disappoint. If you missed them last week, be sure to see if they’re still lurking in your Aisle of Shame. At just $17.99, you will surely get your money’s worth this fall and winter!
Specially Selected Truffle Mac and Cheese
It’s pretty well know at this point that we’re huge truffle fans. We can’t get enough of the earthy flavor, and that’s why we were so excited to see the return of this Specially Selected boxed macaroni and cheese. We found it on an end cap at our store with other Specially Selected holiday selections.
Mama Cozzi’s BBQ Recipe Chicken Pizza
We always, ALWAYS, take a look at the ever changing selection of frozen pizzas in the Aldi Finds freezer case. and we suggest you do the same. (We don’t want to miss any changes at buying the breakfast pizza, after all.) We were happy this week to see the return of the BBQ chicken pizza. We especially like its crispy thin crust and the mix of cheeses, which includes smoked gouda.
Ceramic Christmas Trees
These 14-inch, $24.99, versions of the craze are battery operated. The Aldi ceramic Christmas trees bring you all the nostalgia you’re craving, but they are way less than prices we have seen at other stores!
Imported Swiss Fondue Cheese
OK, we really do try to limit our Aldi cheese obsession to one purchase a week, but it’s impossible at this time of year! We want you to be sure to pick up these cheeses imported from Switzerland when you see them, because they won’t last long in stores. A New Year’s Eve fondue party sounds like a plan to us!