From refreshing drinks to delicious desserts, Aldi has got everything you need this May.
Make dinner in minutes with ramen kits and plant-based bowls.
Enjoy drinks by the pool, such as sangria, sparkling wine, or flavored wine seltzer.
You can celebrate any occasion with these Deutsche Küche cakes.
Enjoy these German cookies to celebrate the end of the school year, a new job promotion, or just Monday.
Choose from bienenstich – vanilla-almond cake – or donauwelle – chocolate-cherry.
A box of four slices costs $3.79.
Refresh your breakfast with L’oven Fresh’s pretzel bag.
Pretzel bagels are surprisingly versatile.
Add them to the brunch table with different cheeses and toppings or use them as buns for hamburgers and breakfast sandwiches.
Get a six-pack for $2.29.
Sip on these peach-flavored wine seltzers at Pacific Fruit Vineyards by the pool.
These canned wine seltzers are easy to bring to a picnic, pool day, dinner, or brunch.
Get a four-pack of peach-flavored wine seltzers for $5.99.
For an easy meal, make a bag of ramen from In Real Life Food.
If you’re looking for a quick lunch or dinner, try these simple kits that have everything you need to make a bowl of ramen. You can update the diet with six-minute eggs and your favorite vegetables.
Each bag — available in flavors like spicy chicken or veggie miso — is just $4.49.
Enjoy a special dessert with Specially Selected crème brûlée.
Cracking the torch can be intimidating, so these individual crème brûlées make it easy to enjoy a delicious dessert at home.
A two-pack costs $5.49.
Make cocktails or mocktails with Nature’s Nectar sparkling soda.
Whether you need a bubbly mixer for cocktails or want to make refreshing mocktails, these sparkling sodas with apple cider vinegar will do the trick.
Choose flavors like lemon ginger or lemonade for $3.99.
Mama Cozzi’s Italian-sausage ravioli is a crowd favorite.
This toasted ravioli is a unique dish that you can serve with a warm marinara sauce for dipping.
Fry them or toss them in the fryer for a crispy exterior.
A 1-pound box of this Italian sausage ravioli is $3.99.
Toast to spring with Giambellino’s Raspberry Bellini.
There are hardly any drinks more refreshing than the Bellini, a cocktail made with peach puree or juice and sparkling wine.
This month, Aldi is selling berries in a classic drink that’s perfect for weekend brunch.
Only $5.99 a bottle.
Give cookouts the star treatment with Wahlburgers’ cured beef hot dogs.
If you can’t make it to Wahlburgers — owned by actors Mark and Donnie Wahlberg and their brother, chef Paul Wahlberg — you can make a Wahlberg-worthy hot dog on your own grill.
Get a hot pack of corned beef for $4.99.
Satisfy your sweet tooth with Freshley’s Reese’s Peanut Butter Cookies.
These individually wrapped, Reese’s Peanut Butter Cookies are the perfect snack to pack in a lunch box or picnic basket.
Chocolate chip cookies have a peanut butter filling and frosting, with chocolate drizzle and sprinkles on top.
A box of six cookies costs $3.28.
Reduce your meat intake with Earth Grown’s meal bowls.
Anyone looking for a plant-based diet should keep these bowls on their radar.
Choose from Korean-barbecue beef or sweet chili chicken for $3.79 a plate.
Enjoy the taste of spring with Vistosa’s white or red sangria.
Sip a glass of red or white sangria while dining al-fresco or lounging by the pool.
Try one or two options for $5.99 a bottle.
You can bring herr’s cheese curls to cookouts.
If you want a tasty offering for your cookout, you can top these cheese dips with flavors like jalapeño poppers or Buffalo blue cheese.
Each bag is $2.19.
The chicken salad at Park Street Deli is a must on any picnic.
Available in regular or lemon flavor, this chicken salad is perfect for an afternoon picnic in the park. Enjoy with crackers or a baguette.
Each container of pre-made chicken salad costs $4.59.
Serve these seasonal choices with burgers and hotdogs.
Tater tots are already delicious as they are, but Aldi is making them even better by offering full or cheesy-jalapeño options for $3.99 per box.
They will complement any grilled meat, but you can also enjoy them on their own.
Chill with Diana’s Frozen Chocolate Dipped Bananas.
Between frozen bananas and chocolate, these dipped fruit halves are the perfect sweet treat.
Each banana is covered in chocolate, but you can still choose from flavors like salted caramel or peanut butter.
A box of five “baby bananas” costs $4.49.
Pair with watermelon or blue wine from Pacific Fruit Vineyards.
If you’re looking for an affordable wine, these juiced or blueberry options scream spring and won’t break the bank.
Try each flavor for $3.99 per bottle.
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