It’s a very Terry Christmas… Among the many flavours that spark joy over the festive season, the chocolate and orange combination is a beloved classic, and supermarket Aldi is right on hand with a brand-new dessert. The indulgent Specially Selected Chocolate Orange Bombe (£5.99, 540g) is an extravagant centrepiece sure to leave any sweet cravings feeling un-peel-ievably satisfied.
Available in stores from 25th October, this delicious bombe is made with Belgian chocolate that encases a luxurious chocolate mousse enriched with tangy orange flavouring. Perfect for sharing, the segmented showstopper serves up to 12 people and is kept in the freezer so it’s ready for the big day.
If that wasn’t enough, the Specially Selected Chocolate & Hazelnut Bombe (£5.99, 540g) is back! Voted best sharing dessert last Christmas by BBC Good Food, this dreamy pudding takes inspiration from the family favourite Ferrero Rocher. The melt-in-the-mouth mousse filling is wrapped in a hard-crack chocolate and hazelnut shell that shoppers are sure to go nuts for!
The Specially Selected Chocolate Bombes are both available in store and online from 25th October.
Visit https://www.aldipresscentre.co.uk/christmas/ for Aldi’s full range of Christmas desserts.
Aldi’s Specialbuys Summer Sale has just got even better with more products added, and now you can even shop the sale from your local middle aisle. Just popping in for a loaf of bread? Now you can also take bargain trampolines, tents and garden must-haves to the check out and make the most of savings with up to 50% off. Bargain hunters will need to be quick though, as with all Specialbuys once they’re gone, they’re gone.
As the cost of living crisis continues to affect the nation, new research has revealed that for over two thirds of pet owners1 the cost of looking after their furry friend has risen compared to last year.
With almost a fifth of pet owners worried about being able to feed their pets2, Aldi is showing dog-lovers and cat champions alike how they can save up to 67% on their pet needs by switching to its nutritious range of pet food.