Aldi’s Newest Fall Treat Is Almost Too Cute to Eat

published Oct 17, 2023
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Wilmington, DE/USA - April 6, 2019: Aldi grocery store.
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The beginning of fall brings all things pumpkin spice- and apple-flavored. Of course, we’ve already gotten our hands on a warm pumpkin spice latte, but when has that ever been enough? Luckily, our love of autumnal ingredients is more than satisfied by all the pumpkin-flavored and pumpkin-shaped treats in stores.

The latest fall-inspired item to hit the shelves at Aldi? Adorable packs of assorted chocolate pumpkins and chocolate apples for under $3 a box.

Aldi’s Chocolate Pumpkins and Chocolate Apples Are the Ideal Fall Treat

While these charming chocolates from Aldi aren’t pumpkin spice- or apple-flavored, they’re still perfect for celebrating the season. Under Aldi’s Choceur label, they’re European-made, just like much of the store’s wide (and delicious!) chocolate selection. The Belgian chocolate pumpkins come in a pack of nine in a variety of colors and flavors, including dark chocolate cream, crispy milk chocolate cream, salted caramel, coffee ganache, and vanilla cream. The Belgian chocolate apples also come in a pack of nine with three different flavors and colors including almond cream, chocolate mousse, and cookie dough. We can’t get over how cute they are! And even better? They’re just $2.99. We’re grabbing at least one pack of each!

If you want a few packs of these fall-themed Aldi chocolates, don’t wait to get your hands on them. Because they’re a seasonal item, there’s no telling how long they’ll be around. Definitely stock up on a few boxes now. Putting together a sweet or savory fall charcuterie board? Add a few mini pumpkins or apples to dress it up. We’re also planning to bake our favorite pumpkin cake with cream cheese frosting, and we can’t imagine anything better than these sweet little pumpkins as decoration!

This article originally published on The Kitchn. See it there: Aldi’s Newest Fall Treat Is Almost Too Cute to Eat