The Unofficial ALDI Cookbook Giveaway - My WAHM Plan

The Unofficial ALDI Cookbook Giveaway

My family and I love shopping at our local Aldi grocery store. No other grocery offers me the same quality produce, meat, and dairy, plus a wide and varied selection of organic products all at affordable process. I can’t sing the praises of this store enough, so I was delighted when I was asked if I’d like to receive a copy of The Unofficial ALDI®  Cookbook to review and host a giveaway. Read on to learn about Aldi and enter the giveaway.


Aldi Store



About Aldi: 


Aldi Logo



According to their website, “For over 40 years, ALDI US has stuck to the same guiding principle: Great quality shouldn’t come at a high price; rather, great quality should come with everyday low prices.”


I agree wholeheartedly and am so very thankful I have two Aldi’s to shop at locally.



How Aldi Got It’s Start: 


Founded by the Albrecht family, the first ALDI store opened in 1961 in Germany, making ALDI the first discounter in the world. Headquartered in Batavia, Illinois, ALDI now has more than 2,000 stores across 36 states, employs over 25,000 people and has been steadily growing since opening its first US store in Iowa in 1976. If you’d like to find an Aldi grocery store near you, use the store locator here.

 

The no-frills grocery shopping experience focuses on customers first - delivering high quality food they’re proud to serve their family, responsive customer service, everyday low prices, and a quick-and-easy shopping experience with only four to five aisles and all the essentials. We carry the weekly must-haves and display them in their designed shipping boxes to help save time and resources to restock shelves. 





Shoppers will find more than 90 percent of the groceries we offer are under our ALDI exclusive brands, hand-selected by ALDI to ensure that our products meet or exceed the national brands on taste, quality and, of course, price. That means you don’t have to worry about which ketchup brand or Greek yogurt brand is best, because we’ve specially curated the best product for you and your family. We can’t promise you’ll find ten choices of the same item, but we can promise you’ll find the best one.



Additionally, we partner with a wide variety of growers – including some local farmers – to offer a wide variety of fresh, in-season produce, including organic fruits and vegetables. From USDA Choice meats to gluten-free and organic foods, we are committed to bringing our shoppers the highest quality products at low, low prices. 


Aldi Organic and weekly specials




The produce section can’t be beat, and I shop almost weekly because of it! Now that you have a better understanding of why I love this grocery store so much, it’s time to talk about the cookbook. 



In store look at Aldi Savers



About the Unofficial Aldi Cookbook by Jeanette Hurt from Ulysses Press:


The Unofficial Aldi Cookbook



It’s time to celebrate your love of the best-ever grocery store with a cookbook dedicated entirely to your favorite products. You’ll find creative, mouth- watering ideas that take simple, budget-friendly ALDI-brand ingredients and turn them into fantastic dishes. From healthy appetizers to restaurant-worthy comfort food classics and everything in between, you’ll be surprised at the amazing breakfasts, lunches, and dinners you can make after a shopping trip to your local ALDI®, including:


  • Baked French Toast with Berries
  • Breaded Chicken Parmigiana
  • Shrimp Scampi
  • Everything Bagel Dip


There are over 75 recipes with colored photos in five categories: 

  • Beverages
  • Sides, Appetizers and Soups
  • Breakfasts
  • Entrees
  • Desserts

I spied this delightful sounding Cannoli Dip on page 105 and immediately thought of how my family would love this on a hot summer’s night. 


Cannoli Dip from The Unofficial Aldi Cookbook



Here’s the Recipe Card from the cookbook:


Cannoli Dip Recipe from The Unofficial Aldo Cookbook


Whether you want to make a dessert dip like this one, a Tamale Pie, or put together a tasty cheese plate, this cookbook has you covered! I’ve flipped through it many times now and marked recipes I want to try. I’ve also left the cookbook on the kitchen table this weekend, which invited my family to give it a look and let me know which recipes they’d like to see added to the weekly menu. That’s the great thing about owning cookbooks- they are fantastic resource for the age- old question What’s for Dinner? Now, I’ll be able to quickly meal plan, write down my grocery list and get my weekly shopping done!

 


The Take-Away:


I hope that you are lucky enough to have a local Aldi to shop with, but if not, I think you’d be able to use this cookbook for it’s helpful, family friendly recipes and meal prep ideas! I’m a huge fan of The Unofficial Aldi Cookbook and invite you to go to Ulysses Press here to learn more about the book, the author Jeanette Hurt and where to purchase it. 


Win It:


The Unofficial Aldi Cookbook


Thanks to today’s sponsor, Ulysses Press one lucky reader will win a paperback copy of The Unofficial Aldi Cookbook. Please read the terms before entering. 


Terms:

No purchase is necessary to enter using the Rafflecopter form below.  My WAHM Plan is not responsible for prize fulfillment, sponsor is. Winners will be notified by email used on entry form and have 48 hours to respond or another winner will be chosen.  This giveaway is not associated with nor endorsed by Facebook, Twitter, or any other social channel. 

 

ALDI® is a registered trademark of ALDI® Company and is used here for informational purposes only. This book is independently authored and published and is not affiliated or associated with ALDI® Company in any way. ALDI® Company does not authorize, sponsor, or endorse this book or any of the information contained herein. * Photo Credit Aldi US and The Unofficial Aldi Cookbook.*


Good Luck!



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Please share in comments: Which recipe category would you read first if you won this cookbook?


17 comments

  1. We shopped at Aldi every week when we lived in Iowa but we don’t have one close by here in Arizona.

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    1. Hi Jeanna,
      I know you must be missing Aldi. Thanks for entering!

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  2. love Aldi and would love to check this out

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  3. I would start with Breakfasts. My family loves breakfast especially at dinnertime. We call that Brupper.

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    1. Hi Nancy,
      My family loves breakfasts for dinner too. I like your name for it!

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  4. I would look at the breakfast section first. We love breakfast in my house. We have it for dinner and we call it brupper.

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  5. I wish we had an Aldi near us, I have heard so many great things!

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    1. Hi Heidi,
      I wish you did too! I's a great store. Thanks for entering the giveaway.

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  6. Definitely would start with the desserts!

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    1. Hi Elisabeth,
      The dessert section of this cookbook has lots of goodies. Good luck!

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  7. I would check out dinner recipes first since that is my favorite meal of the day.

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  8. Would start with a dessert recipe.

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    1. Jeremy,
      There are so many great dessert recipes like the Cannoli dip. I think you'll enjoy this cookbook.

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  9. Darlene CarbajalMay 26, 2021 at 5:39 PM

    Gotta start with the desserts! Hahaha.

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