All the Best Aldi Food Finds Coming in March

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These March Aldi Food Finds are reminding us that spring (and Easter!) is just around the corner!

While many areas of the United States are still feeling that winter chill, we got a sneak peek of Aldi’s March food items to share with you — and there’s lots of spring to celebrate here.

march aldi food finds

From St. Patrick’s Day specialty foods to Easter candy, there’s plenty of good stuff to shop for!

Our list notes the ad date that these items should be in store. Keep in mind that some stores may stock shelves a day or two early in preparation for the ad, and other store stock later due to shipping delays.

>> Not sure which day of the week your local store’s ad starts? Read What Is the Best Day to Shop At Aldi? <<

Here’s our list of the best March Aldi Food Finds!

Available 3/2

Shamrock Shake inspired ice cream? Luck O’ The Cookie Dough? Count us in! Aldi is releasing two yummy ice cream pints in time for St. Patrick’s Day and we are here for it!

Emporium Selection Pesto Gouda, Sage Derby & Irish Porter – $3.99

Available 3/2

We can always count on Aldi to liven up our cheese boards with new, interesting flavors, and this month is no different. This cheddar cheese is flavored with Irish Porter beer. If beer cheese isn’t your thing, there’s also a Sage Derby and a Pesto Gouda in this cheese collection.

irish porter cheddar cheese at aldi

Bake Shop Irish Cream Cheesecake – $4.99

Available 3/2

Part of the St. Patrick’s Day-themed items coming to Aldi in March, this Irish Cream Cheesecake will definitely be a big hit. It is a marble cheesecake with an Irish Cream swirl, and for less than $5, it will be hard to go wrong with this one!

irish cream cheesecake

Cattlemen’s Ranch Corned Beef Reuben Bites – $7.99

Available 3/2

These fritters have all of your favorite St. Patrick’s Day flavors! They include corned beef, sauerkraut and provolone cheese, all in a bite-sized package. Dipping sauce is included with these frozen snacks.

reuben bites at aldi

Available 3/9

Blue Hill Bay Smoked Salmon Poke Bowl – $6.79

Available 3/9

This March Aldi Food Find is another repeat to Aldi stores, and we are thrilled these smoked salmon poke bowls are back! Check out our Aldi poke bowl review for more info.

aldi poke bowl

Available 3/9

Clancy’s Milk Chocolate Toffee Pretzels – $1.99

Available 3/16

These milk chocolate pretzels are sprinkled with crushed toffee pieces for an extra treat. This is one of those snacks that’s hard to put down once you start eating them!

march aldi food finds

Available 3/16

Cauliflower continues to turn up in more and more foods, and this gnocchi coming to Aldi in March has definitely piqued our interest. Beware, though, it still contains potatoes and the accompanying carbs, so check your macros on this one.

cauliflower gnocchi

 

Available 3/23

With Easter falling in early April this year, March is the month you’ll see Easter candy and other Easter basket fillers on Aldi shelves. These chocolate creme eggs with a spoon are a fun treat! — It’s a milk chocolate egg filled with either milk creme or cookies and creme that you eat with a little spoon!

Available 3/23

These Jar Joy Cheesecake Jars are the perfect size when you just want a little something sweet.

Available 3/30

Available 3/30

What do you think of this March Aldi Food Finds? This is just a sneak peek and there will be more to come– especially for St. Patrick’s Day and Easter! Let us know your faves on the Aisle of Shame Facebook community or Instagram.

6 Comments

  1. I am excited to try new products but in our area , NO MORE DELI PICKLES! Why?? Was told no more for at least two months!!!
    Can’t have corned beef without Aldi’s pickles

    • Call Aldi customer service and ask them! They are also helpful to find available items at surrounding Aldi stores 800-325-7894

    • Park Street Pickles – they are amazing! We’ve been out for weeks in Atlanta for awhile. (insert sad face)

  2. I like the Park street pickles except for the plastic hard to open container. If I can’t find them, I’ll buy Claussen pickles.

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