Aldi fans flip out over new $4 snack: 'Next level amazing'

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Aldi has launched a new product that Aldi and air fryer fans alike a loving! Picture: Getty Images

There’s a new must-have air fryer snack being sold at Aldi and it's quickly flying off shelves.

Aldi’s new Mac & Cheese Crispbakes are the must-try snack shoppers are raving about and they’re proving to be just as popular as the supermarket's $4 mini doughnuts.

One shopper recently shared she'd found the crispy snack in store and asked who had tried it on Facebook.

Her question on the Aldi Mums Australia Facebook page set off a flurry of comments from Aldi fans who said they couldn’t get enough of the new tasty treat.

“Saw these on the shelf in Aldi Australia. New item. Has anyone tried these? Air fryer vs oven?” She asked.

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The new crispy snack from Aldi is flying off shelves. Image: Facebook

Other shoppers excitedly said they’d already tried them saying they were just as good as they looked.

“These are next level Amazing yum,” one shopper said.

“They are sooo good!! Highly recommend,” added another.


“Yes!! I got some for the first time this week and cooked them in the oven. I absolutely love them!”

The $4 crispy snack comes in a pack of two and can be found in the chilled section near the deli meats. But not all Aldi stores stock them.

“Ours doesn’t have them. I asked about them. I was told not all stores have them,” one shopper said.

Oven vs air fryer

Those who have been lucky enough to get their hands on them have already weighed in on whether they were better cooked in the oven - as directed on the packet - or in the air fryer.

“We’ve done them in both the air fryer and the oven and they were better in the air fryer but not by much,” one person said.

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Although the cooking instructions on the packet say oven cooking is best, Aldi shoppers have found they taste even better in the air fryer. Picture: Getty Images

“I liked them! I did it in the air fryer for 18min I think? My partner didn't like his, so I had two,” another woman said.

“I cooked mine in the oven and made my mac and cheese sauce and poured over the top. Gave a lot more flavour and everyone loved them,” added a third.

“These are so good in the air fryer!” Another person shared.

Looks like these are a must-buy for anyone who loves whipping up tasty snacks in the air fryer.

The best air fryers round up

If you’re yet to jump on the air fryer bandwagon, we've put together a round-up of five of the most popular models on the market. One of these will get you frying snacks, desserts or family differs in no time!

Kogan 12L 1800W Digital Air Fryer Oven - $99

This air fryer doubles as a rotisserie, oven and dehydrator. The all-in-one appliance can be used to whip up anything from pizza to roast chickens.

$99.99 at Kogan

Kogan 12L 1800W Digital Air Fryer Oven

Philips Airfryer Twin TurboStar Digital Black - $369

Using high-powered tornado-like hot air, this air fryer extracts fats from foods and cooks enough for a family of four, fast.

$369 at The Good Guys

Philips Airfryer Twin TurboStar Digital Black. Photo: The Good Guys

Ninja Air Fryer Max XL - $179

This air fryer has six roasting functions as well as six baking functions and it comes with a family-sized basket.

$179 at Bing Lee


Healthy Choice 8 Litre Digital Air Fryer - $109

With this easy-to-use air fryer option, you just set and forget. Set the timer, set the temperature and sit back while your food cooks with one of the eight cooking functions.

$109 at Kogan

Healthy Choice 8 Litre Digital Air Fryer. Photo: Kogan

Kitchen Couture 5L Digital Air Fryer - $84

This 5L air fryer comes with seven pre-built cooking modes, so you can easily whip up a small snack or family dinner fast.

$84 at

Kitchen Couture 5L Digital Air Fryer. Picture: Catch
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