Aldi must be reading my mind, because it is not that long ago that I sent a wish out in Cyberspace for Aldi Nutella, well an Aldi version of the Nutella brand. I knew it was possible, and sure enough today I found Aldi Berryhill hazelnut spread on the shelf at my local South Florida Aldi store.
At $1.99, the Aldi hazelnut spread is about $1 - $1.50 less than the Nutella brand, so this is definitely a bargain. My kids just tested the Aldi hazelnut spread this afternoon, and there was consensus. The Aldi Hazelnut Spread from Berryhill tastes just as great as the regular Nutella.
I know hazelnut spreads are not the healthiest thing in the world, and I am sure there will be someone out there in Cyberworld who will ask me how I can feed it to my kids. The answer is simple: My kids eat healthy, but once in a while they need a treat!
Hazelnut spread is great on wholewheat bagels, which is definitely our favorite way to eat hazelnut spread. Other favorite ways to eat hazelnut spread is on danske pandekager (Danish pancakes/crepes), homemade rye bread and on Aldi Graham Crackers.
Thank you Aldi! Thank you for listening and continuing to provide your fans with great tasting Aldi products at fabulous prices!
Aldi's Berryhbill Hazelnut Spread Ingredients:
Sugar, vegetable oil, hazelnuts (13%), fat reduced cocoa (8.5%), skimmed milk powder (7.5%), emulsifier, sunflower lecithin, flavoring.
Advisory: Contains nuts and milk, may contain traces of gluten and soy.
Will you try it, if you find it?