Supermarket Aldi has unveiled its mouth watering hot cross bun line up, including brand new flavours Jaffa and Biscoff inspired Caramelised Biscuit. With six types of buns set to hit shelves this Easter, there is something to suit everyone – and prices start from just 16p a bun!
Is it a cake or a biscuit? It’s neither! Aldi’s NEW Village Bakery Jaffa Hot Cross Buns (£1.29, pack of 6), are made with dark chocolate and a complimentary tang of orange to create a hot cross bun that will go perfectly with a cuppa. In stores from 16th March.
For an all-out Easter extravaganza, the NEW Specially Selected Salted Caramel Blondie Chocolate Hot Cross Buns (£1.19, 4 pack) are jam-packed with blonde chocolate chunks for the best of both milk and white chocolate, along with swirls of gooey salted caramel ribbons. In stores now.
Also NEW to shelves this year, Aldi’s Village Bakery Caramelised Biscuit Hot Cross Buns (£1.29, pack of 6) offer a sweet Biscoff inspired flavour – sure to satisfy any sweet tooth! In stores from 16th March.
A returning favourite, Aldi’s Specially Selected Apple & Cinnamon Hot Cross Buns (£1.19, pack of 4), are packed full of spicy Bramley apple chunks, succulent sultanas and fragrant spices. In stores now.
Shoppers will be rushing to stores to stock up on Aldi’s award-winning Specially Selected Luxury Fruited Hot Cross Buns (£1.19, pack of 4). Hand finished and packed with sultanas, currants, and mixed peel, these crowd-pleasing buns are in stores now.
Soft and lightly spiced, Aldi’s Village Bakery Fruited Hot Cross Buns (99p, 6 pack) are perfect toasted and lathered in butter for an indulgent treat. In stores now.
And finally, a perfect option for a Hot Cross Bun fix that won’t break the bank, Aldi’s traditional Everyday Essentials Hot Cross Buns cost just 16p a bun (65p, 4 pack). These perfectly sweet buns are infused with seasonal spices. In stores now.
Aldi’s Hot Cross range is available in stores and via Click and Collect.
Aldi is offering Greggs customers FREE hot cross buns after the bakery chain revealed the seasonal treat would not be appearing on menus this Easter.