Aldi's Christmas baking range is just what you need for your festive recipes

Roshina Jowaheer
·2-min read
Photo credit: Matthew Lloyd - Getty Images
Photo credit: Matthew Lloyd - Getty Images

From Prima

Banana bread was the cake to bake during the first lockdown but Aldi is helping us take things up a notch for 'Lockdown 2' with its new collection of festive bakeware.

The low-cost supermarket has revealed a range of affordable cookware available from Sunday 15 November.

It includes storage tubs printed with gingerbread to store your desserts, plus festive cookie cutters and icing kits for a bargain £2.99.

For those looking to treat Father Christmas, there's a serving board with a space for a mince pie and milk (or whisky), plus a carrot for Rudolph, of course.

Photo credit: Aldi
Photo credit: Aldi

And for those looking for a special treat this winter, the collection includes churro makers for just £14.99.

Perfect for adding an international touch to your festive baking, you could add a gingerbread spice mix to the batter for a seasonal twist to the Spanish treat.

Photo credit: Lidl
Photo credit: Lidl

The range will be available online from Sunday, or you can pick up items during your supermarket shop.

Meanwhile, Lidl is launching a big bakeware collection on the same day, with stand mixers, baking mats and Christmas-themed scales.

Lidl's range includes cute oven gloves and Christmas-tree shaped chocolate moulds, plus Christmas table cloths.

Thinking about your festive menu already? Check out Prima's Christmas recipe section for a host of delicious treats.

Earlier this month, Aldi launched a new crafting range featuring everything you could ever need to ensure your craft cupboard is fully equipped this season.

It has everything a crafting enthusiast needs, whether you are a seasoned pro – or a novice who is looking to start a new hobby, from crocheting and knitting, personalising your own greeting cards, mastering the Japanese art of Amigurumi, and making your own bath bombs.

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