Aldi has unveiled its Christmas food menu for 2019 – and one item has sent the internet wild.
The supermarket is selling halloumi wrapped in bacon as part of its new festive range, which was revealed this week.
Instead of having traditional pigs in blankets, which is pork sausage wrapped in bacon, the bitesize treat features grilled halloumi wrapped in a streak of bacon.
You can’t get better than that, right?
Aldi has confirmed these bad boys will be available in stores from December 5, but the price hasn’t yet been released.
And the mouth-watering tasty treats don’t stop there as Aldi is also releasing a 6ft long pig in blanket.
The company says it’s the longest pig in blanket being sold in the UK.
According to OK! Magazine, the German chain have made the giant treat from 100% British meat and claims it’s “the ultimate pig in blanket” that can serve up to 10 people.
The supermarket also recently revealed they will be selling a giant Yorkshire pudding stuffed with an entire roast dinner for just £1.99.
The Yorkshire pudding is filled with roasted potatoes, chicken, pork and onion stuffing and a tasty chipolata sausage.
The meal is topped with gravy.
Meanwhile, Aldi is also selling a shimmery candy cane gin liqueur for the festive period.
The red bevvie shimmers when you shake the bottle and is flavoured with peppermint and hints of vanilla.
It’s priced at £9.99 and is available to buy in stores now.
Also included in the Christmas range is a vegan wreath centrepiece, salted caramel bombe, hot buttered rum bombe, pavlova stack, sticky toffee pudding and Ballycastle caramel and hazel cream.
They will also be selling their Christmas hampers again this year, which include a range of treats.
Aldi has created seven in total, ranging from an alcohol-free gift box at £19.99 to an Exquisite hamper priced at £99.99.
The hampers will be available to be delivered to households from November 13.
Aldi’s full Christmas range will be available across all UK stores soon.
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