ALDI’S NEW HOME BAKER RANGE RETURNS AS BRITS CARRY ON BAKING
Brits have gone baking mad as lockdown habits have stuck and more than half of the population now claims to bake at least once a week – and they’re showing no signs of stopping. Budding bakers can continue to brush up on their skills with Aldi’s top-quality baking must haves, available online from 19th September and in stores from 23rd September at unbeatablylow prices. But they better be quick, as with all Specialbuys, once they’re gone, they’re gone!
Whip up everything from bakes to fresh ice cream with Aldi’s home baking gadgets. Start with the NEW Tefal Cake Factory (£149.99, online only) for perfect results every time. It boasts fantastic features like intelligent heat control and easy to use baking programmes for everything from layered cakes to fluffy muffins. Try it out with Aldi’s colourful Rainbow Cake Mix (£3.49), which once baked can be decorated with Writing Icing Pens (£1.29) and Aldi’s Icing kit (£2.19). The stellar appliance also comes with a vast range of baking moulds and over 200 recipes.
Or try the best-selling Classic Stand Mixer (£49.99) which is available in a rose pink for the first time. It has eight different speed levels plus a pulse function, and this cake makers dream is suitable for mixing, kneading and stirring. Get mini bakers involved, by gifting them with the Kids Beginner Baking Set (£9.99), which is full to the brim with everything little ones need to make their first masterpiece.
Keep it cool with the ultimate kitchen must have, Aldi’s NEW Digital Ice Cream Maker (£34.99, online only) to help ice cream fanatics make the most delicious frozen treats at home. Designed with a transparent lid and easily accessible opening to effortlessly add ingredients, this ice cream maker creates mouth-wateringly good results with each mix.
Aldi’s Home Baker range is available to pre-order online from Sunday 19th September and in stores from Thursday 23rd September.
Ahead of British Food Fortnight (18th September – 3rd October), new research from supermarket Aldi reveals that British classics, such as Bangers and Mash, Toad in the Hole and Scotch Eggs, are at risk of being confined to history books - with many millennials not knowing what they are and even doubting they exist.
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