These Aldi pumpkin dishes are an adorable addition to your fall tablescape!
Aldi has been pulling out all the stops with its fall home decor. Now that our front porches are fall-ready, it’s time to focus our attention inside.
We’re also excited about some of the food items for sale this week — like a big jar of ranch seasoning!
Here are your Aldi must-haves for the ad week starting Sept. 23 (Sept. 20 in stores with a Sunday ad switchover):
Crofton Mini Pumpkin Casserole Dish – $6.99
These cute dishes are available in orange or cream. They hold about 3 cups and can go in the oven or microwave. Don’t miss the cute fall kitchen towel sets that are also available this week!
Adventuridge Ladies’ Blanket Poncho – $12.99
These cute hooded ponchos have rain protection on the outside and a soft inner layer for warmth.
Cookery Complete Chicken Dippers – $2.99
These chicken dippers sets should make for a quick and easy lunch or snack on the go. They come in three flavors – barbecue, buffalo sauce, or buttermilk ranch.
Badia All-Purpose Ranch Seasoning – $2.99
Speaking of ranch, and you know Aldi fans like to talk about ranch … this 5-ounce jar of Ranch seasoning is going to be great to keep around to sprinkle on, well, everything that we aren’t putting Everything Bagel Seasoning on!
Easy Home 30-Pack Velvet Touch Hangers – $8.99
If you are a devotee to the “velvet touch” type hangers, then you know that this is a great price for them! These are available in black or gray.
Bremer Bistro Loaded Potato or Grilled Cheese Tomato Soup – $3.99
If you love the Bremer Bistro French Onion Soup like we do, then you’ll be excited to try these two new varieties – loaded potato or grilled cheese tomato. These soups come frozen in individual servings, with croutons and cheese on top. We’ve found they come out best when baked in the oven. Hooray for soup season! We’re wondering how these would work in the pumpkin dishes?
Heart to Tail Collapsible Pet Stairs – $14.99
These pet stairs fold down for easy storage, and the cover on them is washable. They are available in a choice of colors.
Never Any! Apple Bourbon Chicken Sausage – $3.29
As Aldi continues its roll-out of apple flavors for fall, we’re excited about these sausages, that fall more in the savory category than most of the sweet items. There is also an Andouille chicken sausage available this week.
Bake Shop Fall Scones – $2.99
These mini scones are available in two flavors — Orange Cranberry or Caramel Toffee. We’ll take one of each, please!
Crofton Meal Prep Containers – $4.99
If you use meal-prep containers at home, you are going to want to stock up on these because the price is so good. These packs contain 20, 3-compartment or 30, 2-compartment containers for 5 bucks. These are BPA-free, and can go in your freezer, dishwasher and microwave.
Mama Cozzi’s Gluten-Free Deli Pizza – $5.99
The Mama Cozzi’s Take & Bake Pizzas have won over many skeptical shoppers to Aldi’s wonderful ways. We love the ever-changing variety of them, and while they don’t make our must-have list every week, we know that many of you consider the gluten-free pizzas a must-have anytime they come around. These are available in cheese or pepperoni.
Simply Nature Lentil Lasagna Sheets – $3.29
While we have seen many alternate pastas at Aldi, we don’t ever recall seeing lasagna sheets before. This is an exciting development! These are available in green or yellow lentil.
SOHL Furniture Writing Desk – $69.99
This writing desk from Aldi’s furniture line has made appearances in the Aisle of Shame before, but we know that with this year’s trend toward working and schooling at home, there will be extra interest. We suggest trying to score this one early — it will probably sell out.
Petit Raspberry Wine Specialty – See Price in Store
This sweet concoction is great for sipping, or for using over ice cream or in (adult desserts). The price on alcohol varies by Aldi store, due to difference in local taxes and fees.
What is on your must-haves list this week? Are you planning on trying to score those pumpkin dishes, lining up early for the desk?
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