Aldi shoppers lose it over $5 item: 'Game-changer'
If you’re stuck in lockdown and wouldn’t mind a sweet treat, Aldi fans have discovered a very exciting product.
Allen’s, known for their super tasty lollies, are now being sold in some Aldi stores but as mini ice cream ‘bites’.
“To the person who posted about these. What have you done. I’m addicted” wrote one person who posted a picture of the treats to a Facebook group.
The $5 packet contains six mini ice creams, in both banana and raspberry flavour.
Needless to say, people online couldn’t believe they hasn’t tried them before, while others who had waxed lyrical about how good they are.
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“The Raspberry ones are so yummy too. So creamy,” one person wrote, with another simply calling them “yum”.
“Game-changer,” another person said, with others saying they were rushing to their local Aldi to get their hands on the sweet treats.
“So good. They need to make bigger ones so i don't eat 3 at a time,” one fan of the ice creams wrote.
However, other said they weren’t all that impressed with the bites, with one person writing: “I went specifically to buy them and was pretty disappointed- so sweet I could barely finish one”.
Aldi products causing waves online
It comes after Aldi fans went nuts following the announcement the 'Strucket' would be available for $45 as part of the June 26 Special Buys.
In case you've never heard of a Strucket before - you wouldn't be the only one, don't worry - it's similar to a colander that fits inside a slightly bigger basket or bucket and it's used for soaking clothes and draining the water out easily as it even features a small tap on the bottom bucket.
The Strucket website describes the product as: "Perfect for sensitive skin, the Strucket allows you to easily soak, separate and drain with our patented, world-first interlocking strainer and plug system.
"Your hands never, ever touch dirty (or smelly) water!"
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