Discover Aldi's Christmas food range 2021

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Photo credit: Aldi
Photo credit: Aldi

Pigs in Blankets are pretty much a perfect food and an integral part of Christmas for many of us.

However, Aldi has decided to add a new spin on the traditional treat.

The discounter’s new Pigs in Beds contains two pork piglets on an apple & honey sausage meat bed, all tucked up in oak smoked bacon blankets with cranberry pillows.

The extra meaty new take on the traditional family favourite will be available in stores from 19th December and cost £3.99 for a pack of 456g.

It's part of the supermarket innovative festive food range which scooped several wins at the Quality Food and Drink Awards (QFA), while Aldi was crowned Christmas retailer of the year for a second year in the row.

More than 400 judges from the food industry tasted hundreds of products for the QFA, which recognises products leading the way in their sector.

Photo credit: Aldi
Photo credit: Aldi
Photo credit: Aldi
Photo credit: Aldi

While Aldi's Pigs in Beds were named as Best Pigs in Blankets, the range is also full of sweet treats including the Raspberry and White Christmas Tree, which costs £7.99 and was named best Centrepiece Dessert.

Photo credit: Aldi
Photo credit: Aldi

The white chocolate and vanilla mousse Christmas tree serves six and is filled with layers of sponge cake, topped with raspberry inclusions, a praline feuillantine and raspberry crumb decorations. It will be available to buy from 15th November.

The discount retailer also picked up the sought-after title of Christmas Product of the Year for its Exquisite Belgian Caramel Thins, which cost £3.99 for a 180g pack and will be available from 2nd December.

Chocoholics will also rejoice at Aldi’s highly commended Honeycomb Cracker Cake, which costs £5.49 and will be on sale from 10th December.

We can't wait for the festive season to start!

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