11 Healthy and Delicious Items Coming to Aldi in July

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Hurry up, these items are only here for a limited time!

We love Aldi for so many reasons, including their great wine selection, inexpensive prices, and fun seasonal items (like frozen sangria kits). But something we love to scope out every month is their “Aldi Finds.” That's the section where you find items that are only available for a limited time. They're often real steals—or seasonal foods that are extra tasty (and sometimes even healthy)!

Here are our 11 favorite healthy items coming to Aldi stores nationwide in July. Just hurry up and scoop them up, ‘cause there’s no telling how long they’ll last once they arrive!

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Available July 3

Season’s Choice Yellow or Red Frozen Fruit Cubes

Perfect for blending into a smoothie or a frozen margarita, these frozen fruit cubes are sure to be a refreshing summertime treat. The pineapple flavor comes with frozen pineapple, coconut milk, mango, and agave syrup. The raspberry flavor comes with frozen raspberries, blueberries, strawberries, and agave syrup. Bonus: each 16-ounce bag is only $3.99 (way cheaper than a smoothie you’d buy at your local juice bar)!

Never Any! Chicken Sausage

Chicken sausage isn’t anything new, but these flavors sure are: Habanero-Tequila and Tequila-Lime will bring a hit of spice and zing to your next cookout. We love that these are raised without hormones or antibiotics, and are free of nitrates and nitrites. Each link is just 100 calories, has less than 1.5g of sat fat, 560mg of sodium, and less than 1g of sugar. These packs include four links and retail for $2.99 each.

Available July 10

Simply Nature Lentil Chips

Craving the salt and crunch of potato chips, but want to be a little healthier? Reach for these lentil chips. They come in three flavors—Sea Salt, Southwestern, and Creamy Dill—and have less than 140 calories, 380mg of sodium, and no sat fat per one-ounce serving. Plus, we’re betting they pack a little extra fiber from the lentils. Each 4 oz. bag costs $1.99.

Earthly Grains

If you're looking for a more delicious way to eat whole grains, Aldi has you covered. Pick up a bag of Barley with Mediterranean Herbs and Spices, Farro with Cheese and Spinach, or Spelt with Pesto. Each serving has under 270 calories and 1.5g of sat fat, but is a bit high in sodium (the flavors range from 580-650mg), so you may want to keep the rest of your meal low in salt.

Fresh Sweet Bourbon Atlantic Salmon on a Cedar Plank

Cedar plank salmon that won’t cost an arm and a leg? Sign us up! This pre-marinated fish is just $9.99 per pound, and we can’t wait to grill some this summer. Be sure to scoop some up ASAP when they're available. They won't last!

Simply Nature Knock Your Sprouts Off Wraps

Upgrade your turkey sammie with these sprouted 7-grain wraps. Each wrap has 100 calories, 4g of protein, 4g of fiber, and 15 net carbs—perfect for those on low-carb diets! Each bag is just $2.99.

Tuscan Garden Greek Yogurt Dressing

We love creamy dressings, but they can often be high in calories and fat. These ones, however, are made with Greek yogurt, so you’ll get the tang and creaminess you love for just 60 calories! They come in three tempting flavors: Caesar, Cucumber-Dill, and Ranch. And each is just $1.99 per bottle.

Available July 17

Earth Grown Meatless Burgers

This month, plant-based eaters will be lining up in front of Aldi! The store is selling a ton of burger options, including Vegan BBQ Chickenless Patties and Vegan Buffalo Chickenless Patties ($3.49); Vegan Southwest Quinoa Crunch Veggie Burgers ($3.59); and Lentil Veggie Burgers and Vegan Mushroom Risotto Veggie Burgers ($3.79).

Earth Grown Vegan Sour Cream

Aldi really seems to be catering to vegans this month—especially with this new, dairy-free sour cream! Each serving has just 90 calories and no cholesterol. Plus, each 12-ounce container is just $2.39!

Available July 24

Happy Farms Preferred English Cheddar or White Stilton with Mango & Ginger

Aldi’s cheese selection is pretty dang impressive, and we’ll definitely be trying these delicious picks, (especially since each block is just $3.49!)

Available July 31

Season’s Choice Frozen Avocado Chunks

Before you dismiss frozen avocado, you should know that it makes avocado pudding or green smoothies super creamy. These bags won't be in stores until the very end of the month, but at just $2.99 per bag they may not even last until August (so snag several while you can!)

11 Healthy Foods Coming to Aldi This June

Just like when we shop at Target, most of Team EatingWell can never quite stick to our lists at Aldi. Wait, a patio-perfect fire pit for less than $130 and a fiddle leaf fig tree for $13? Need!

While we'll probably always end up with a few extra items in our cart we didn't exactly set out to buy, we're pretty delighted by the new crop of products Aldi just revealed will be released this month. Just in time for summer, the retailer is launching new protein-rich snacks, thirst-quenching French rosé, vacation-inspired seafood dinners and more.

We combed through the June 2021 "Aldi Finds" list to hand-pick the best of the best in seasonal and healthy-ish food and drinks. Here's what we'll be buying on our next Aldi run (along with a few other things…).

The 13 Healthiest Foods To Buy At Aldi

But yeah, that's pretty much what it's like at Aldi. Just like Trader Joe&rsquos, Aldi even has its own lineup of exclusive brands&mdashmany of which are actually super healthy.

But what do you get when each Aldi aisle is a mile long? Let this nutritionist-approved grocery list guide the way.

Amy Shapiro, R.D., founder of Real Nutrition, opts for kefir because it&rsquos 99 percent lactose-free and contains the healthy gut bacteria you need to fight disease and stay regular. She eats it in smoothies, alone, or on top of granola and oatmeal.

Per 1-cup serving: 140 cal, 2 g fat (1.5 g sat), 20 g carbs, 20 g sugar, 125 mg sodium, 0 g fiber, 11 g protein.

Shapiro&rsquos handy tip: &ldquoIf you bake this gluten-free product instead of frying, you have a high-protein and crunchy meal void of hormones and preservatives,&rdquo she says.

Per 1 slice serving: 60 cal, 0 g fat (0 g sat), 11 g carbs, 1 g sugar, 140 mg sodium, 2 g fiber, 3 g protein.

One-pot dish, FTW. Shapiro says this makes a solid side dish paired with the lean protein of your choice and veggies. Or use it as a main and top it with some extra greens and some avocado for a superfood-filled meal. &ldquoIt&rsquos gluten-free and chock-full of plant-based nutrition,&rdquo she says.

Per 1 pouch serving: 70 cal, 0 g fat (0 g sat), 16 g carbs, 10 g sugar, 5 mg sodium, 1 g fiber, 0 g protein.

What Shapiro loves about this this bread is that it&rsquos 100 percent whole grain and non-GMO. She recommends sprouted grains to her clients because &ldquothey&rsquore easier to digest and our bodies can absorb the nutrients from them more efficiently, causing less distress or stomach trouble,&rdquo she says. Toast a slice and top it with nut butter or avocado.

Per 1 slice serving: 60 cal, 0 g fat (0 g sat), 11 g carbs, 1 g sugar, 140 mg sodium, 2 g fiber, 3 g protein.

These clean, travel-friendly snacks are an easy way to sneak a serving of fruit into kids&rsquo diets, , Shapiro says&mdashbut they taste great even if you're a grow-ass woman.

Per 1 pouch serving: 70 cal, 0 g fat (0 g sat), 16 g carbs, 10 g sugar, 5 mg sodium, 1 g fiber, 0 g protein.

High in protein and low in calories, Shapiro says this a great deli meat option since it&rsquos free of nitrates, hormones and preservatives. Roll it up with veggies for a healthy snack or add it to sandwiches for lunch on the go.

Per 2-oz serving: 50 cal, 0.5 g fat (0 g sat), 2 g carbs, 1 g sugar, 450 mg sodium, 0 g fiber, 10 g protein.

&ldquoWhenever I recommend beef, I always state that, if possible, it should be grass-fed and organic,&rdquo Shapiro says. Free of hormones and antibiotics, this product is high in protein, iron, zinc, and omega-3 fatty acids, which are heart- and brain-protective, she adds.

Per 4-oz serving: 240 cal, 18 g fat (8 g sat), 0 g carbs, 0 g sugar, 65 mg sodium, 0 g fiber, 22 g protein.

Mid-day hanger is so real. Shapiro says that while nuts are calorie-dense, they&rsquore an easy and clean grab-and-go snack full of healthy fats, vitamins, minerals, and fiber. &ldquoThese 100-calorie packs help satisfy cravings without going overboard,&rdquo she says. &ldquoI am constantly telling my clients to travel with snacks or to have snacks in their desk drawers, bags, or briefcases.&rdquo

Per package: 100 cal, 9 g fat (0.5 g sat), 3 g carbs, 1 g sugar, 0 mg sodium, 2 g fiber, 3 g protein.

Because of its fiber and vitamin E content, Amy Goodson, R.D., says almond and peanut butters are her go-to for quick protein and healthy fat at breakfast. Mix it into oatmeal or spread on toast.

Per 2-tbsp serving: 190 cal, 17 g fat (1 g sat), 7 g carbs, 2 g sugar, 0 mg sodium, 3 g fiber, 6 g protein.

Goodson sings this product&rsquos praises for its high fiber and vitamin B content. Pair it with a lean protein and veggie at dinner, or mix it with beans for a vegetarian dish.

Per ¼-cup dry serving: 170 cal, 1 g fat (0 g sat), 33 g carbs, 1 g sugar, 0 mg sodium, 2 g fiber, 4 g protein.

With up to 11 vegetables per patty, Goodson says this is a great way to hop on the plant-based eating lifestyle. Low in calories, meatless, and certified vegan, sandwich it between a whole-grain bun with avocado or put it on top of a salad with veggies, nuts, and dried fruit.

Per 1-patty serving: 120 cal, 6 g fat (0.5 g sat), 14 g carbs, 1 g sugar, 210 mg sodium, 1 g fiber, 2 g protein.

Thanks to its helping of heart-healthy flax, Margie Saidel, R.D., vice president of nutrition and sustainability at Chartwells K12, says this source of plant protein will keep your hunger pangs at bay. Top it with lean turkey, lettuce and tomato, or hummus and roasted vegetables for a delicious and nutritious meal or snack.

Per flatbread: 120 cal, 2.5 g fat (0 g sat), 23 g carbs, 1 g sugar, 210 mg sodium, 8 g fiber, 8 g protein.

Sprinkling this salt-free seasoning on a salmon filet or sautéed chicken breast punches up the flavor without packing on unnecessary calories, Saidel says.

Note from ALDI: No nutritional information available. Ingredients include: Onion, spices (including black pepper, celery seed, marjoram, basil, mustard, cayenne pepper, and parsley), garlic, carrot, citric acid and oil of lemon.

29 Healthy Comfort Food Recipes

We enjoyed a warm and sunny weekend here in Kansas City, but we’re expecting more snow tomorrow. So, I’m sharing some veggie-packed comfort food recipes to help carry us through to springtime.

I find that the most enjoyable way to eat well during short winter days is to focus on loading up on vegetables, rather than denying myself the cheesy, carb-heavy meals that I’m craving. Here are 29 delicious dinners that are lightened up with fresh and nutritious ingredients. Sneaky!

Want to add a side salad to any of the following? For the meals with an Asian spin, try my carrot-ginger dressing. For the others, try my green goddess dressing, creamy sunshine (honey mustard) dressing or perhaps a simple vinaigrette.

1) Black Bean Sweet Potato Enchiladas

“Yet another winner! My husband said, why do we even ever eat meat when vegetarian tastes like this?” – Karen

2) Pasta e Fagioli (Italian Pasta and Beans)

“This soup is awesome, very flavourful, tastes just like it’s come out of a fancy Italian restaurant kitchen. Definitely making again!” – Joanne

3) Extra Vegetable Fried Rice

“With more mouths to feed than usual over the holidays, I made this twice in the last 10 days! Both times, I followed the recipe exactly, and it was a huge hit! I used snow peas and red pepper for the 2 cups of extra veggies. Everyone gobbled it up and asked for seconds. Thanks, Kate!” – Emily

4) Lentil Baked Ziti

“Amazing! I honestly like this better than traditional baked ziti or lasagna! My 17 and 21 year old picky eaters devoured it. I almost didn’t make it because the thought of lentils in my pasta was a little scary. You’d never know they were there unless someone told you! Thank you for making the transition to vegetarian eating fun and delicious.” – Sherry

5) Vegan Spaghetti alla Puttanesca

“I made this once before- it’s super easy to make and tastes delicious. I just tossed in some store bought spiralized zucchini and let the sauce heat up the noodles. This is great for a quick mid-week meal. I’m going to make it again tomorrow night and the best part is I already have almost all of the ingredients on hand!” – Allison

6) Thai Red Curry with Vegetables

“This dish was delicious. I have been craving Thai food, and after making this dish, my craving was satisfied. The kids loved it too!! I always enjoy making your dishes. Can’t wait till 2017 for the cookbook!!” – Reese

7) Kale Pesto Pizza

“This was delicious! I had a bunch of baby Tuscan Kale from my CSA to use up. I love that the pesto didn’t have a bunch of added Parmesan. Can’t wait to tell my friends about it and make it again! Thank you.” – Angela

8) Broccoli, Cheddar & Quinoa Gratin

“I’ve made this three times now and I think I love it more each time I make it! Thank you for such an awesome recipe – this delicious casserole has become a regular dinner at my house. And I love the picture of Cookie eating the broccoli stem – my dog loves it too! Looking forward to trying more of your recipes.” – Sara

9) Roasted Butternut Squash Risotto

“This is quite possibly the best recipe I’ve made this year! I’d eat this for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert. I left out the white wine (I drank it instead ) ) and added about 2 generous handfuls of spinach with the butternut squash at the end. The wilted greens, creamy rice, and nutty squash made the absolute perfect meal. Usually, I’m not satisfied with a one-bowl dinner, but this required no sides. Perfect on its own. Thanks!” – Alyssa

10) Epic Vegetarian Tacos

“Kate, these tacos are AMAZING. I feel like you could run a really successful taco truck with your taco recipes. I’ll quit my job and run it for you, lol. We are having them for next week’s dinner too because they’re that good. So many of your recipes are stables in our household. Thank you so much for the meal inspiration and easy go to recipes =)” – Cat

11) Spicy Black Bean Soup

“This soup is amazing! It will definitely be put in our weekly rotation this winter. This was quick to put together, healthy, and there are so many ways to add on ingredients like the avocado, radishes, cheese, Greek yogurt, etc for extra tastiness. Thank you…your recipes are quickly becoming favorites in this house!” – Martha

12) Balsamic Roasted Broccoli and Red Pepper Grilled Cheese

“Fantastic flavor and lovely in the sandwich grill press. I subbed veggie broth for the oil and vegan cheese in keeping with my choice of a vegan lowfat diet (I have done this with many recipes here and they always turn out better than good). Tasted sublime and roasted tomato soup would be a great accompaniment.” – Christy

13) Vegetable Paella

“I made this last night. So delicious and beautiful. Roasting the vegetables brought out their color. On a cold December night, this was a warm, filling and simple dish to prepare.” – Nancy

14) Italian Eggplant Parmesan

“I made your eggplant parmesan last week and it is the best eggplant parmesan I’ve ever made or ever had! And so easy. I never liked breading with my eggplant so this is the perfect recipe. Delicious! Thank you!” – Sabrina

15) Mujadara (Lentils and Rice with Caramelized Onions)

“This mujadara recipe is amazing! I followed the directions exactly and it turned out wonderfully. My entire family devoured it, commenting on the perfectly cooked rice and lentils and the flavorful carmelized onions. My dad said he could eat meatless if all vegetarian entrees tasted this good…” – Lydia

16) Homemade Vegetarian Chili

“I absolutely LOVE this chile recipe! I have made it several times and I still can’t get enough of it. Especially now since it is so cold where I live! I even got a bunch of meat eaters to love it! Thanks for the great recipe :)” – Stephanie

17) Roasted Veggie Enchilada Casserole

“The Roasted vegetable enchiladas were delicious! Even family members who claim to not be fans of veggies ate this and had seconds. Score one for plant based goodness!!” – Erin

18) Spinach Stuffed Shells

“My husband told me this is the best vegetarian meal I’ve ever made for him (and that’s out of a LOT of meals I’ve made for him, so big praise)! Our local grocery was out of the Rao’s marinara, so we used their Tomato Basil sauce instead. He had the leftovers for lunch today and has texted me several times raving about how he just can’t get over how good they were. Thanks for the great recipe!” – Jordan

19) Thai Pineapple Fried Rice

“I absolutely LOVE this recipe. I have made it time and time again. I had friends from Philadelphia visit last week. They prefer vegetarian meals, so I pulled this recipe out. It was a hit with them. They are now hooked on your site as well.” – Kathy

20) Roasted Cauliflower and Lentil Tacos with Creamy Chipotle Sauce

“Kate, I have to admit that when I first saw this I was bit scared to make it. Of course, based on how delicious your other recipes are, I should have known better. Well, no need to fear….this is soooo delicious. Another winner for sure, even my non-vegan family loved this.” – Tanya

21) Spinach Artichoke Enchiladas

“This was phenomenal. My kids loved it, and my six year old asked if we could have it every night! Bravo!” – Nicole

22) Spaghetti Squash “Pizza” Bowls

This recipe starts with golden and tender cooked spaghetti squash.

“Delicious and fun! I had never prepared or eaten spaghetti squash before so it was really cool to pull apart the “spaghetti” after roasting the squash. This was easy to prepare, tasted great, and one half of a squash was definitely filling. Thank you, not only for another terrific recipe, but for encouraging me to try a new food!” – Karen

23) Fresh Huevos Rancheros

“I LOVED this!! I added a chopped jalapeno to the pico and left off the salsa completely, because for one I didn’t have any and also I thought the pico was enough! Used the optional avocado and feta :) So delicious!” – Michelle

24) Best Vegetable Lasagna

“I just made this for a special family dinner. We ALL voted it by far the best lasagna ever! Everyone went back for seconds. :) Thank you so much for this delicious recipe! I followed your directions exactly and even doubled it for extras this week. I’m so glad I did! I will definitely be making this often for friends and family.” – Lee Anne and the Laskey Crew

25) Vegan Mac and Cheese

“This is delicious! You know it’s good when both kids ask to have leftovers for lunch at school. One daughter is gluten & dairy free (the rest of us are not) and we all loved it! Really nice to have a healthier version of mac and cheese – thank you!!” – Lucy

26) Baked Ziti with Roasted Vegetables

“We had this recipe just tonight and wow! It was absolutely wonderful! The perfect balance of cheese, sauce, and vegetables. Thank you so very much, we will be sure to try many more of your amazing recipes in the future!” – Zoe

27) The Best Lentil Soup

“Made this today on a very wet, wintry evening. It was absolutely delicious. Great simple recipe with just a little oomph in it. Putting the kale in for the final 5 minutes was the perfect touch. This is now on my “the weather is crappy what shall I make” list. Thank you.” – Dave

28) Roasted Brussels Sprouts and Crispy Baked Tofu with Honey-Sesame Glaze

“This is delicious! It came together easily and without too much effort. (I didn’t have enough brussels sprouts, so I did a combination of brussels and broccoli, which worked great). I’ll definitely make this again! Thank you!” – Kathy

29) Hearty Spaghetti with Lentils & Marinara Sauce

“I never thought of lentils and marinara together, or lentils and pasta, but the combination is delightful! I used my go-to marinara recipe and will absolutely be making this dish again. And the lentils were so tasty even before being mixed in with the sauce that I may make them separately for salads, etc. Thank you for another wonderful, easy weeknight recipe!” – Alex

If you like these recipes, please pin them for reference! If you make any of these soups at home, please post a picture on Instagram and tag it #cookieandkate so I can go check it out! I love it when that happens. ♥

16 of the best items to get at Aldi this month for under $5

Aldi has stocked up on great items to help you celebrate the May holidays and weather.

You can snag a Mother's Day tulip bouquet or mason-jar succulent for under $5.

The vegan dumplings and pretzel-crust pizzas make weeknight dinners easy.

Grab liveGfree's gluten-free donuts for an easy snack or dessert.

Shoppers who follow a gluten-free diet can enjoy a pack of donuts that caters to their needs.

Aldi is stocking up on liveGfree's chocolate-frosted and glazed donuts the first week of May, and each box costs $4.49.

Utopia Market's quinoa puffs can make snack time more exciting.

If you're in a snack rut, you can snag a bag of these wholesome quinoa puffs in unique flavor combinations like African curry or yogurt cucumber.

Bake Shop's seven-layer bars make serving delicious dessert easier than ever.

The weather is finally starting to heat up, but that means turning on the oven to make baked goods is less likely to happen.

Luckily, these seven-layer bars taste homemade without the effort, and each container sells for just $3.99.

Specially Selected's crème brûlée is a versatile dessert.

Whether you have a date night planned or want to deliver a special treat for Mother's Day, this option makes it easier than ever to enjoy this upscale dessert without breaking the bank.

Each box of two costs $4.99.

Aldi is stocking up on My/Mochi ice cream in assorted flavors.

Starting May 12, Aldi customers can pick up mochi ice cream in a variety of flavors like s'mores, cookies and cream, and banana-chocolate cream.

This refreshing treat comes in a box of six that sells for $4.88.

Take a picnic lunch with Little Salad Bar's pasta.

Perfect for a quick weekday lunch or to pack for a sunny picnic, these pasta salads come in fresh flavors like rotini with red and green peppers and Caprese.

Each 25-ounce grab-and-go container costs $4.99.

Get the vitamins and nutrients you need with VitaLife's refreshing cold-pressed juices.

With temperatures on the rise, spring's the perfect time to enjoy fresh, cold-pressed juice.

Stay hydrated on a budget with these VitaLife juices — available in flavors like Mega Roots and Pick Me Up Green— for $2.89 a bottle.

Give your usual salad a tasty makeover with Briannas' dressings.

Salad season is here, and toppings and dressings can make all the difference.

Coming in both poppy-seed and cilantro-lime varieties, Briannas' dressings cost $2.99 per bottle and highlight vibrant, seasonal flavors to elevate your lunch.

You'll want to dip everything in Park Street Deli's spicy fruit salsas.

Fruit is a great way to mix up traditional salsa, so Aldi is offering a variety of sweet-and-spicy options, like raspberry Chipotle and pineapple habanero, starting May 19.

This two-bite patriotic brownie platter is perfect for Memorial Day.

This platter of red, white, and blue brownie bites will likely be a hit on Memorial Day weekend.

Earth Grown's vegan dumplings make it easy to celebrate meatless Mondays.

Plant-based foodies will likely love this quick, flavorful meal option.

The vegan tofu-and-vegetable or Thai-basil dumplings sell for $3.99 per box.

You won't want to miss Mama Cozzi's pretzel-crust pizzas.

Topped with hot-honey pepperoni or chicken, Mama Cozzi's unique take on pizza is an easy way to spice up your weeknight dinners on a budget.

Try both flavors for just $4.99 each.

Celebrate the warm weather and sunshine with Moiselle Couture Collection's sangria.

The days are longer, so you can enjoy warm evenings with a glass of Moiselle Couture Collection's sangria — available in red or white — for $4.99 a bottle.

For a special touch, you can add the wine to a pitcher with fresh, seasonal fruit.

You can snag a 10-stem tulip bouquet for Mother's Day.

If you're planning on gifting your mom a bouquet of fresh flowers, Aldi has you covered with this 10-stem bundle of tulips in a variety of spring colors.

These bouquets are available starting May 5 and cost $4.89.

These mason-jar succulents are another sweet gift idea for moms who lack a green thumb.

For a lower-maintenance plant gift, consider these succulents, which come in cute, farmhouse-chic jars.

Each potted plant sells for $3.99.

Sustainably sip refreshing drinks this summer with Crofton's reusable straws.

As summer approaches, so does the season of ice-cold teas, juices, and milkshakes, which you can enjoy with reusable straws instead of disposable, plastic ones.

Snag an entire pack at Aldi for $3.99.

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Kickoff Summer with ALDI Food and Recipes

Summertime fun is on its way. While the kickoff to summer may look different this year, it can still be special – and tasty. ALDI has all your summer spread essentials you love for less.

I’ve teamed up with ALDI on this delicious food spread to help keep you fed in a festive way—all of the food and drinks you see here came from my neighborhood ALDI!

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Build-Your-Own Burger Bar

You know that I’m all about easy, but impressive spreads. While many of us had fun building charcuterie boards in the past, keep the fun going this summer with a burger board! Members of your household can all come together to enjoy this special meal. These at-home activities are fun and produce delicious results.

If you’re not able to celebrate the kickoff to summer or upcoming Memorial Day holiday as usual with your family and friends, consider hosting a virtual BBQ with your loved ones. Participants can even make the same recipes, so you feel like you’re all together in these uncertain times.

Grill up burgers with ground beef and add some Simply Nature Organic Uncured Beef Hot Dogs on for good measure—my kids love those. If you don’t have ground beef, you can substitute with whatever you have in your fridge or freezer. Or maybe try some meat alternative options from the expansive Earth Grown line from ALDI, including a variety of vegan, vegetarian and plant-based options, like these Earth Grown Kale Veggie Burgers and vegan shredded cheese.

For toppings, ALDI offers amazing cheeses that won the 2020 Product of the Year award, and still at a great value. Like Happy Farms Deli Sliced Cheese, in your favorite varieties, like Swiss, Muenster, Pepper Jack and Medium Cheddar. In fact, 1 in 3 ALDI-exclusive products is award-winning. (As of 1/29/2020, based on an audit of everyday, nationally distributed ALDI-exclusive branded products.) Tuck those dogs and patties into baked goods, like brioche hot dog buns and hamburger buns.

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And what’s summer without guacamole. This Park Street Deli Guacamole is one of my favorites! So good.

Summertime Desserts and Drinks for the Whole Family

For drinks, you’ll also find an awesome selection of award-winning ALDI wines, many under $10. And beer, too! ALDI works with wineries around the world to curate top-quality varieties that bring connoisseurs and casual drinkers alike to ALDI.

  • Espritza Sparkling Rosé Wine Cans, which are now on my summer staple list!
  • Giambellino Peach Bellini
  • Velata Premium Sangria
  • Wild Range IPA, a premium-tasting beer

My kids love mocktails. Try some made with Simply Nature Pomegranate Plum 100% Juice, garnished with fresh berries.

These Backwards S’more Bars are total crowd pleasers. Make recipes that get the whole family involved—my girls love to bake with me. To prepare, you bake a box of Baker’s Corner Brownie Mix in two pans. Then you layer the brownies with marshmallows and graham crackers. And you have ooey, gooey s’mores bars! Yum.

Safety and Security First

ALDI is focused on keeping stores clean and stocked and have made a number of changes to further promote health and safety, for both employees and customers, within stores. This includes the installation of protective barriers at checkout, intensified store cleaning practices, continuous cart disinfection, social distance reminder signage, store occupancy limits, one-way aisles and requiring all employees to wear face masks or face coverings during their shifts.

The ALDI shopping experience is designed to save people money and who doesn’t want more money in their pocket? I know I do! Thankfully for us, ALDI operates more than 21 stores in the Indianapolis area, providing us convenient access to fresh, high-quality groceries at unbeatable prices.

Visit aldi.us to take advantage of more recipe ideas to make at home with your family. For more fun info and tips, “Like” ALDI USA on Facebook and follow @ALDIUSA on Instagram and Twitter.

Michelle Dudash, RDN, is a registered dietitian nutritionist, Cordon Bleu-Certified chef, and author of Clean Eating for Busy Families.

Recipe Roundups

Friendsgiving is here! It’s that time of year where you gather your closest friends (or fr-amily) around the table to eat, drink and give thanks for each other. What better way to celebrate some of the most important people in your life than with a meal that will leave everyone’s&hellip

This easy, delicious S’mores Mug Cake can be whipped up quick with help from your local ALDI.

Fall is the apple of our eye. It’s that time of year when the best flavors become more readily available: pumpkin, maple and of course apple!

With kids back in school and schedules hectic, we know you are hungry for fast-and-simple meals.

Back-to-school season is in full swing which means plenty of lunch prepping. In our last blog post, we shared planning tips and dietitian-approved Simple Back-to-School Recipes to help you save time and money when sending the family back to class. For even more Lunchbox Love ideas, we teamed-up with three&hellip

Summer is winding down but that doesn’t stop the fun! These tips will help you send your kids back-to-school with smiles on their faces, all while saving you time. Whole grain rolled oats are healthy and versatile. Making the Most of Oats Getting everyone out of bed, packed for school&hellip

25 Must Buy Items at ALDI

I’ve told you before how much I LOVE shopping at ALDI. Now I want to share some of our MUST BUY items from ALDI. These are the things that are always on my list or radar as I know they are the best price at ALDI without ever having to clip a coupon. I buy 75% of my groceries at ALDI so there isn’t much that we don’t like from ALDI.

My Must Buy ALDI Items

**Note: Prices and selection may vary across the regions.**

1. Milk. I find the lowest prices on milk at Aldi.

2. Eggs. ALDI always has a competitive local price on eggs.

3. Almond Milk. I love the unsweetened regular variety and it’s just $2.49 for a half gallon at my ALDI.

4. Butter. Butter is another one that I always find the most competitive price without coupons at ALDI.

5. Moo Tubes. My kids take these yogurts in their lunches almost every day. They are nice to have on hand for afternoon snacks too. Priced around $1.79.

6. Spices. .99 for the popular spices like cinnamon, Italian seasoning, cumin, etc. You can’t beat this price. They are also a little larger than most name brand sizes. Last time I shopped, I noticed some specialty spices that were just a little more than the popular spice prices but still way cheaper than my grocery store.

7. Baking supplies. You will find great deals on sugar, flour, baking soda, etc. at ALDI. I just purchased my almond extract for just $1.99.

8. Cereal. My kids love all the cereals I bring home from ALDI. I watch for weekly sales and can usually find a couple of different varieties each week for under $1.49.

9. Produce. It is extremely hard to beat ALDI’s produce prices. One time they were out of the $1.99 bags of grapes and I had to purchase elsewhere where they weren’t on sale. It was almost 4x the cost at another grocery store. OUCH! I try to buy all my fresh produce at ALDI unless they don’t carry the item I need. This is a rare occasion as they usually have 99% of the fresh produce I need for the week.

10. Canned Good Items. ALDI has the best deals on canned goods. I stock up on my beans, canned tomatoes, and more. For example, I recently purchased cans of black beans for just .59!

11. Pasta& Sauces. My family loves the alfredo sauce. Pastas are around a $1 everyday.

12. Boneless Roasting Turkeys. These are one of my family’s favorite. I cook this Seasoned Boneless Roasted Turkey and my family gobbles it right up! It makes for a great meal or sliced thinly to use as lunch meat.

13. Whole Grain Frozen Waffles. It’s cheaper to make these yourself but I like to have some on hand for easy breakfast in the morning. Just $1.29 for a package of 8.

14. Coffee. I buy a bag of vanilla coffee for just $4.99!

15. Bread. For just .89, I can get a basic loaf of white bread at my store. Pay a little more for specialty breads.

16. Special Buys. These are items available for a limited time only at a deep discount. These are large bulk purchases for ALDI to save you money. For example, here is a photo of the gardening supplies that I found at ALDI this spring!

17. Wine. The wines are very reasonable priced, think $4.99 for a Landshut Riesling. And they are good! I remember during the Switch & Save Test Taste, I picked the ALDI brand over the name brand for the wine. Availability will vary across the stores depending on state laws.

18. Cheese. I buy quite a bit of cheese from ALDI. The kids love the string cheese. I like the deal on the Parmesan and the Asiago – just $3.69 compared to around $7 for similar cheese at my grocery store.

19. Condiments. You can buy Burman’s mustard for around .69. Oldest son says Burman’s is the best. Salad dressings, ketchup, syrup, etc. They also sell Agave Nectar and Pure Maple Honey at a deep discount!

20. Gum. I buy the 3 packs of gum for just .99. It is great to have several packages of these on hand.

21. These rolls. They are usually in stores in the fall around Thanksgiving and Christmas and are the best L’oven rolls around!

22. Vegetable Broth. I love the ALDI brand vegetable broth and I’m happy the store carries it! As a vegetarian, I use it in place of beef or chicken broth.

23. Salmon. I find the best deal on their frozen salmon.

24. Salmon Patties. The guys eat these for dinner often! They like them and they are a fraction of the price of the Schwan’s brand.

25. ALDI discount bin. Look for deals and deeply discounted seasonal items in the discount bin at your store.

Maybe the better question is what don’t I buy at ALDI? I think that list would be much shorter!

What are your favorite items to buy at ALDI?

Be sure to check out this post: 10 Reasons I Love Shopping at ALDI and view all the ALDI recipes I have posted! You can also find out how to stretch your grocery budget at ALDI with the Favado App! Read about my ALDI Switch & Save Trip here.

Recipes Using Ingredients Found at ALDI:

Did you enjoy this post? Find more money saving tips here.

If you love ALDI, check out this easy to assemble chicken freezer meal plan with 8 delicious recipes made with ingredients found at ALDI. When you shop at ALDI, you will pay around $70 for the ingredients you need (not included in this price are commonly found household pantry items!).


I am from Germany and we have regularly themed weeks. For example greed food, american food, mexican an so on. I must say, Aldi might be a discounter, but the quality of their products can be measured with the products of the competitors.

beware i was a very loyal aldi fan, convincing many folks to shop there. now i find they are raising prices, mis-pricing or not pricing man items, and under weights on produce. always purchaed their bolgna at .99 a pond all of a sudden its 1.19 no other store raised their pricing on this item. their otato chips etc were 1.29 9.5 or 10 ounch now at 1.79 close to name brand pricing thieir pizzaa were 1.99 now 2.39 they now have lots of natural meats and prouce much higher but can you trust them to actually be organic or just a way to charge much more. not happy with alldis. will do a little more at our local discount store Save a lot Aldi’s sucked us in with great prices and then “got us’ even their ice dream was 1/2 gal now only 3 pnts not 4 explanation from office was jute to be commpetitive .

We have shopped at Aldi’s for over 25 years. As with any grocery store, you like somethings and some you don’t.Our favorites:
sprouted bread, sandwich thins, little cheese crackers (better than cheesit), fresh produce, milk (right now $1.02 a gallon), eggs (38 cents), almond milk, butter, chips, mayo, cheddar brats, chicken strips, German noodles, oyster crackers, peanuts, and more and more.

We bought a slow cooker there for $22.00 NEW and in Macy’s they are $47. I love the basics, cheeses, butter, bacons, yogurts, half&half, milk, eggs, and the non-wilting vegetables (wish they would refrigerate some stuff). The laundry detergent is good and so are the paper products. One bad thing, which I wish some old German baker would improve on is the Swill Rolls. Bad outside of Aldi’s and bad inside Aldi’s. How can we forget the cheap but delicious Potato Chips for $1.50. It is a pet peeve of mine to stroll down the aisle of an Expensive Grocery Store and see Chips for over $5.00 per bag. Come ON… Every time I buy $100.00 worth of groceries at Aldi’s I feel that I have 6 bags of good stuff at 1970s prices. Keep up the Good work Aldi’s. Oh by the way, a bit of snobbery on the IPhone SIRi is that it is very difficult to SIRI search for ALDIs. The big grocers must have a BLOCK agreement with Apple. Try a SIRI search … you will see…!

I misspelled SWISS ROLLS….aka HOHO’s.. I want an authentic natural recipe for these …

I make a hoho cupcake. For the filling I use the frozen coconut whipped topping Cocowhip that (you can find at Whole Foods ) whipped with 1 bar of cream cheese and. 1/2-3/4 cup powdered sugar and 1 tsp vanilla extract. For the fudge icing I make ganache using equal parts dark chocolate and heavy cream. Then use your favorite from scratch chocolate cake recipe or a box mix with butter instead of oil, 4 eggs, 1 tsp vanilla extract, 1 package of chocolate pudding, and 1 cup of buttermilk.

I also bought the slow cooker. I was hesitant at first. I had bought what i though was a trusted brand (crock pot) a year or 2 ago. It cooked way too hot! Everything burned or was over done…even on low. I used it twice. It is now at peace in my crawl space under the house. RIP..lol..I thought I was done with slow cookers. I cant tell you how ecstatic I am that I took that leap and bought an off brand….at that price…at aldi. Dont get me wrong, I LOVE LOVE LOVE aldi. Just had never bought anything electrical. I have used the slow cooker SEVERAL times in the last couple months. I LOVE LOVE LOVE this slow cooker!! LOL. The fact that it was a limited item…and I HAVE IT…at THAT price I almost fee guilty! LOL. On the other hand I now have an addiction..lol. I am very good with my finances. But occasionally i find myself kicking myself in the rear for NOT getting something when i see it. My bf just told me today he wanted to get a deep fryer.Just so happened.. Last week aldi had one ($25?) I wanted it, but passed it up not thinking we REALLY needed it. They are gone now. Time to kick myself again…LOL.

Aldi is my go to first store, I check the ads online to help make a list. Prices are very good, the almond milk there does not have the bad chemicals and across the board they eliminate bad chemicals. Their tuna is by far the best, chunk not mush and cheap, produce is super, Aldi is a cheap Trader Joe’s. This company must be run by health food nuts. I love them. FYI I am a vegan who loves his feta cheese but my family does eat meat.

I’m a FREEGAN and I love ALDI due to lack compactors.

I totally agree about their tuna being the best. At my store it is $1.09, pure white chunk meat in water. I buy 10 cans at a time and won’t buy any other brand! I can also highly recommend the Happy Farms sliced cheese, smoked white cheddar. It’s $2.49 and delicious!

$1.09, pure white chunk meat in water. best tuna

Aldi’s raisin bran is the best. None of the name brands are nearly as good. Surprisingly, it’s not the raisin count that’s so outstanding, which it is by the way, but the bran flakes are best tasting of any I’ve eaten before Aldi’s.

Warning from one vegetarian to another :)! Be careful to check labels on their canned biscuits (like the Pilsbury type ones that pop). I got a surprise after buying three cans that they contain beef tallow :( Luckily I was able to give them to a meat-eater family member though so they didn’t go to waste. I can’t remember the brand but they’re in a blue tube.

Milk Chocolate with almond bars

The chocolate is awesome and they left out the salad dressings. However, the produce sucks wilt and old and the bread goes stale faster than it should.

TOTALLY agree. We are a gluten-free, dairy-free family and Aldi is a hidden gem for those needing gluten-free products at inexpensive prices. We are able to purchase gluten-free rotini (and two other shapes) for $1.25!! They have organic for just a little more. We also love their GF mixes and snacks. Just can’t beat their prices on GF stuffs.

That’s the go to place for GF foods. My son’s girl friend is GF so I keep a stock of thing and I love Aldis prices.

I like the gluten free also. A lot cheaper than other stores and is good b

I love the produce, I have stuff I bought 2 weeks ago that is still good, way better than the 3 days the produce from other grocery stores lasts

Unfortunately produce is the one thing I don’t buy at Aldi’s unless it’s that day or the next. Refrigerated or not, it will not last. The produce from the other stores I shop at will.

I love the produce and bread maybe cause my family of seven it never sits around long enough to wilt or go stale. Lol!

you’re a vegetarian who eats turkey, chicken and pepperoni? um, no. you are not a vegetarian, you are someone who doesn’t eat red meat. please stop calling yourself a vegetarian

LOL. I don’t PERSONALLY eat this stuff but I have people in my household that eat it. Thanks for being the vegetarian police today though! That really amuses me.

I too have a vegetarian in my home, and Aldis veggie broth is the best. I love to use it in place of water when I Make rice and add carrots and frozen peas. My “vegetarian” also loves Aldis their veggie burgers and Chipotle bean burgers, which are quite tasty. I think many forget that not everyone in a household maybe a vegetarians me are pescatarian, some are vegan and some are just plan meat eaters …doesn’t give anyone the right to judge. Yeesh.

you are a very good sport and handled that very well.

I recently sampled a Gino’s East Of Chicago pizza being sold at Aldi. I live in the Southeast where there aren’t many Chicago style pizzas to choose from in our little section of frozen foods land. One is offered at Trader Joe’s and a Pizzeria Uno variety can occasionally be found at Costco. Deep-dish pizzas such as the ones produced by Red Baron don’t even hit the target.

The first thing that impressed me about the Gino’s product was the ingredients label, specifically the items that didn’t make the list. No cheap, heartburn inducing soybean oil, no added sugar, no preservatives or artificial colors. There’s dough conditioner present but one can’t expect everything. At under $6.00 for two pounds of pie it’s quite an admirable value. Compare this to what you’d pay for a similar product in a Chicago pizza restaurant or an inferior commercial variety of thin crust frozen pizza.

The verdict: While the frozen stuff doesn’t compare to freshly made Chicago deep-dish pizzas, it’s probably the next best thing. It is certainly superior to nearly any pizza in your grocer’s freezer and at a better price per ounce.

Baking the pie however, can be a tricky proposition. During my very first attempt, I followed the instructions for a product that starts out frozen solid. Big mistake. The crust was hard as a cinderblock and the middle resembled lukewarm, slightly watery Brie. On the next attempt I made certain to defrost the pie thoroughly. This yielded far better results although finding the ideal balance between a gooey middle and a properly baked crust is still a matter of trial and error, temperature and time. On my third try I am going to coat the crust with olive oil prior to baking. Perhaps I’ll knock down the oven temperature to 350 degrees from the called for 400.

I buy fresh toppings such as flavor intense baby bella mushrooms, tangy green peppers and sweet onions to customize an already very respectable product. Get these pizzas while their available. Knowing Aldi, I suspect that’ll only be until the holidays are over, if not sooner.

I ordered Pan Pizza from Dominoes and it was a MUFFIN PIZZA. Horrible. Aldi’s frozen pizzas are very good and cheap. Their frozen seafood is tasty and remarkably fresh too.

I love that I can recognize most of the ingredients on their labels. In addition to the prices, I feel like I’m placing healthier meals on the table.

20 Summer Potluck Recipes

My mom’s side of the family gets together every Fourth of July for a family reunion. Each year, we meet up at our cousins’ lake house for some totally classic Independence Day activities. The lake community holds an egg toss competition, turtle race and a talent show when the sun goes down, no less.

One of my favorite aspects of the day, other than hanging out with some of my favorite people, is the potluck spread inside the cabin. Everyone brings something to share. Potluck dishes cover the table and overflow onto the kitchen island. I fill my plate with homemade salads and find some room for potato chips—it’s the one day a year that I gorge myself on potato chips. America!

This year, my family is headed East to my cousin’s wedding in Florida, and I’m going South for my best friend’s wedding shower (I’m the maid of honor). I’m already feeling sentimental about the lake, so here are twenty fresh, healthy, potluck-appropriate recipes to bookmark for the summer.

1) Simple Seedy Slaw

“Made this for our super bowl party and it was a big hit, especially for my son who dislikes mayonnaise. I didn’t change a thing on the recipe and it was really good! Thank you!” – Leslie

2) Sun-Dried Tomato, Spinach and Quinoa Salad

“Just made this for a family BBQ and it’s so tasty I might not share it. Thank you so much for creating this (and sharing it)!” – Rachel

3) Lemony Lentil and Chickpea Salad with Radish and Herbs

“Hi again! Thanks so much for this one! I made it for my husband and I and we loved it so much we made it for a recent housewarming and everyone went wild… Sent this one to a few guests who had requested a copy! Thanks!” — Krystal

4) Herbed Red Potato Salad (no mayo!)

“Great recipe! It appeared on the Huffington Post yesterday, so thought I’d give it a whirl today. My husband and I are impressed with the results! We are not mayo people and are happy to have this flavorful option. I think our dinner guests tonight will be quite happy, as well (if there is any left for them!). The bonus tip of cutting the potatoes up before boiling was a great tip with perfect results! Thank you so much.” – Elaine

5) Greek Broccoli Salad

Easily vegan and gluten free

“I love this salad! The first time I made it, I will say the strong lemon scent of the dressing made me nervous, but it is delicious! I’ve made it 3 or 4 times since. It’s great to make for company: it looks fancy, but is quick to make and put together ahead of time.” – Stacy

6) Soba Noodle & Raw Veggie Salad

“This is one of my favorite dishes of all time, and is now a staple in our house since I found it about a year ago. Even my 10 year old likes it!! Just saw your brussel sprout & peanut soba noodle slaw recipes. Can’t wait to try them out!” — Kristen

7) Green Goddess Hummus

“My grocery store didn’t have tarragon so I used basil instead. Soooooo good! Thanks for the recipe.” – Nes

8) Greek Chickpea Salad

“I’ve just eaten the whole bowl of it.. Delicious!” — Karolina

9) Summertime Pasta Salad

Easily vegan and easily gluten free (see notes)

“I made this last night to pack for lunches this week. Easy ingredients, simple to pull together, incredibly delicious, and so beautiful! I’ll definitely be bringing this as a side to summer cookouts!” – Lauren

10) Fresh Mango Salsa

“I made this today for a Memorial Day picnic. Love the bright colors and the taste is delicious!” – Lori

11) Quinoa Tabouli

“Kate – I made this quinoa tabouli for a church pot luck in the SOUTH. Guess what? It was gone! I am sure that is not a surprise to you, but among the BBQ chicken, hot dogs, cheesy cheesy mac and cheese and taste-less salads (I am sure you can envision this…), this “red-seed-looking-things -and-vegetables” was a huge hit… — Callen

12) Cowboy Caviar

“I’ve made this twice in the past week! My husband loves it, I love it! I’m 8 months pregnant and am craving fresh, bright flavors so this is perfect. We’ve had it as a side salad, once with chips, once without. We also put it in quesadillas which was fantastic. Thanks for a great recipe!” – Ali

13) Arugula, Dried Cherry and Wild Rice Salad with a Zippy Lemon Dressing

Easily vegan and gluten free

“I was looking for a good salad for sack lunches. Stumbled across this one and the rest is history. I now call it the “crack salad” — I’m completely addicted! Not only does it hold up well in the fridge, it actually tastes better the next day. So awesome, Kate! Thanks for making salad my first choice. :)” – Richelle

14) Peanut-Sesame Slaw with Soba Noodles

Vegan (gluten free with substitutions)

“Made this to take to the office for lunch today and wow – new favorite right here! It also works if you prep the night before.” — Dini

15) Kale Guacamole

I need your feedback on this one! :)

16) Black Bean Salsa

“The last time I made [your black bean soup] I had enough leftovers for lunch the next day. I used it as the insides of a burrito with your best salsa ever [this salsa] and one of your avocado/jalepeño/cilantro sauces (I think the one from the sweet potato tacos). It was great. Thank you!” — Krystal (Again! Thanks, Krystal!)

17) Mediterranean Pasta Salad with Raw Squash and Feta

“I made this two nights ago. The verdict: absolutely delicious and so full of colour. It tasted even better on day 2. We’ll definitely be having this one again and again. Thank you!” — Simone

18) Simple Caprese Skewers with Balsamic Dipping Sauce

“I made these skewers last night for a dinner party and they were beautiful as well as tasty! They were a huge hit and I would definitely make them again!” – Jody

19) Lebanese Lemon-Parsley Bean Salad

“Thank you, thank you, thank you for this salad recipe! I am going to be living on this all summer long! It is exactly what I was looking for. Love your blog Kate!” — Karen

20) Peanut Dipping Sauce

Easily vegan and easily gluten free

“Already made this twice this week. It’s the best peanut sauce in existence!” – Emily

70 Best Summer Recipes to Make for Your Next Cookout

Summertime means different things to different people. For some, it's a chance to get outside and stretch our legs with family and friends. For others, it's an opportunity to run around at the beach and build sand castles. And for others still, summer's just about relaxing. But no matter who you are or what you enjoy doing, odds are you look forward to one particular aspect of summer all year long: the food! Here are some of Ree's best summer recipes, including delicious sides, desserts, and grilling recipes to get you even more excited to dig into your favorite dishes out there.

Included in the list are upgraded versions of picnic recipe classics, like a spicy Dr. Pepper-infused pulled pork sandwich and a peach-ginger hand pie, and all of it will have your neighbors calling you up to ask for the recipe. There are also plenty of bbq sides, like Ree's green goddess potato salad (the perfect Fourth of July appetizer!), barbecue chicken, sliders, coleslaw, and more will leave you wondering why you never thought to add this or that ingredient in the first place. Oh, and don't miss out on the chance to try her loaded corn casserole, which&mdashbelieve it or not&mdashcomes together with just four ingredients.

Get ready to dig into some seriously tasty dishes&mdashand craft one heck of a Fourth of July menu too.

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