Twice a year Aldi have gluten free special buys and this year is no exception, with a range of gluten free option in their latest special buys at bargain prices we suggest you stock up on some treats while you can.
Yet again Aldi have gluten free special buys in for August. For the last few years during May and August they have had free from special buys, they obviously haven't got the memo that us Coeliacs are gluten free for 12 months of the year yet, but we won't complain too much because when they do have the special buys in they have some cracking products at fab prices.
Some of the products that have hit the shelves this time are ones that have been there for pretty much every gluten free special buys event but there are a few new ones in there this time too!
Here is the products we have found in our two local stores, stores will vary and some will only have a few of these products but Aldi are usually pretty consistent across the board so hopefully all of these will be in the majority of their stores. If I know the price I have included it however some of the products didn't have prices for me to check.
Eat Real Hummus Chips 99p
Eat Real Multi Pack Crisps £1.49
Gluten Free Ginger Cookies £1.19
Gluten Free Chocolate Chip Cookies £1.19
Gluten Free Jammy Rings Biscuits £1.09
Gluten Free White Chocolate and Cranberry Cookies £1.29
Gluten Free Quadruple Chocolate Cookies £1.29
Tilda Peri Peri and Firecracker Rice
Seabrooks Crisps Multipacks 99p
Yoshoi Inclusions Chickpea Snacks 99p
Indian Curry Kits (Goan and Keralan) £1.69
Free From Pesto (Basil and Tomato) £1.25
BFree Pitta Breads £2.25
Betty Crocker Gluten Free Chocolate Fudge Brownie Mix £1.99
Betty Crocker Gluten Free Devils Food Cake Mix £1.99
Quinoa Bars £1.69
PBfit Peanut Butter Powder and Chocolate Powder £3.45
A nice variety available, most of it is sweet like normal though, you'd think by now they'd do a few more bread type options when they have these special buys.
These products will no doubt be in until at least the end of August and then will drift off, they do only tend to stay in a few weeks then drift into "while stocks last".