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Every year, the Easter bunny hops along to deliver Easter baskets for all of the kids who celebrate, but this year, we’re going to help the bunny out. That’s because, thanks to the Instagram account @AldiFavoriteFinds, we discovered that Aldi has some of the most unique, cutest, and best-tasting Easter candy around. If you or your kids are tired of eating the same old Easter candy year after year, then you’ve got to head to Aldi to see some of the extremely adorable chocolates and candies they’re selling for Easter this year.
There were a lot of tasty treats spotted in the video, but these are a few of our favorites.
We spied a round container of Choceur mini bunnies, chicks, or lambs, selling for just $2.99. Each container is filled with adorable foil-wrapped Choceur milk chocolates
that can fit right in an Easter basket, or be distributed in some plastic Easter eggs. We tried the Christmas version of these chocolates, and they were a hit.
The Specially Selected Chocolate Truffle Eggs, at $3.99, also look divine. We’ve tried other Specially Selected truffles in the past, and they all were amazing, especially considering the reasonable price. We’re also obsessed with how cute the Choceur Easter Hollow Chocolate Characters, which come in lamb, pig, chick, and bear shapes, are.
Aldi of course has a selection of classic milk chocolate bunnies, also from Choceur. The bunnies are wrapped in gold foil and each one has a little blue bow around its neck (it’s giving Peter Rabbit). They’re just $2.69.
One unique treat we haven’t seen anywhere else are the Choceur Vanilla & Cocoa Wafer Eggs. Each egg is comprised of a filled wafer cookie that’s then coated in milk or dark chocolate, and a bag is just $1.99.
You can buy mixed bags of solid or hollow Easter chocolates in fun designs for $1.69, and they have bags of mini foil wrapped eggs, chocolate coins, filled mini chocolate bunnies, and classics like jelly beans and Peeps marshmallows
Almost everything is under $5, so if you’re looking to fill up an Easter basket on a budget with chocolates people will actually enjoy eating (no shade to those crusty dollar store circus peanuts and hard-as-a-rock jelly beans), then head to Aldi and see what your store has in stock.
Before you go, check out the gallery below:
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