The Aldi Thanksgiving Products Roundup

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This is our running post on everything Aldi has to help you pull off your big Thanksgiving meal this year. Look for turkeys, ham, mashed potatoes, stuffing, dinner rolls, pumpkin pie, and more. We’ll update this post as new items become available, so be sure to check back later. Also be aware that some of these items may not be available in your local store for the entire Thanksgiving shopping season, depending on where you live and whether items sell out.

Crofton Roasting Pan with Rack

Crofton Roasting Pan with Rack

Cost: $8.99

Thoughts: This pan is ideal for turkey or roasts up to 30 lbs. It is available in Speckled Black or Copper.

Crofton Digital Meat Thermometer

Crofton Digital Meat Thermometer

Cost: $12.99

Thoughts: This also features a clock, timer, and alarm. It takes 15-20 seconds to get a temperature reading, so this is not an instant-read thermometer. It does fine if you’re using it in an oven to track a turkey’s temperature, but it’s less ideal if you’re grilling. It also doesn’t come with a warranty.

Full review: here

Honeysuckle White Whole Turkey

Honeysuckle Whole Turkey

Cost: see store for price

Thoughts: This is sold frozen, with a limit of two per customer.

Shady Brook Farms Whole Turkey

Park Street Deli Traditional or Cornbread Stuffing

Cost: see store for price

Thoughts: This is sold frozen, with a limit of two per customer.

Never Any! Antibiotic Free Whole Turkey

NEVER ANY! Antibiotic Free Whole Turkey

Cost: $1.19 per lb.

Thoughts: This turkey is sold frozen, and no hormones or antibiotics were used while raising the turkey, which was fed a vegetarian diet. The Aldi ad notes that federal regulations prohibit the use of hormones in poultry. Hormones are routinely used in the production of beef, but they are not used in poultry.

Fully Cooked Smoked Turkey

Fully Cooked Smoked Turkey

Cost: $1.9 per lb.

Thoughts: This is a name brand Butterball turkey that is sold frozen. It’s available while supplies last.

SimplyNature Organic Turkey Gravy

SimplyNature Organic Turkey Gravy

Cost: $1.79

Thoughts: This heat-and-serve gravy comes in a 17-oz. container.

Park Street Deli Turkey Gravy

Park Street Deli Turkey Gravy

Cost: $3.49

Thoughts: This gravy is sold in a 16-oz. container.

Park Street Deli Cranberry Sauce or Cranberry Chianti Orange Relish

Park Street Deli Cranberry Sauce or Cranberry Chianti Orange Relish

Cost: $3.39

Thoughts: This is sold in a 16-oz. container.

Season’s Choice Sweet Potato Casserole

Season's Choice Sweet Potato Casserole

Cost: $3.69

Thoughts: This 22-oz. casserole features a praline topping.

SimplyNature Organic French Fried Onions

SimplyNature Organic French Fried Onions

Cost: $2.99

Thoughts: These are vegan and come in a 6-oz. container.

Park Street Deli Traditional or Cornbread Stuffing

Park Street Deli Traditional or Cornbread Stuffing

Cost: $4.49

Thoughts: This heat-and-serve stuffing is sold in an 18-oz. package.

Chef’s Cupboard Herb or Cornbread Bagged Stuffing

Chef's Cupboard Herb or Cornbread Bagged Stuffing

Cost: $1.99

Thoughts: This comes in a 14-oz. bag, and you can choose between Herb and Cornbread flavors.

Chef’s Cupboard Whole Wheat Turkey or Herbes de Provence Stuffing Mix

Chef’s Cupboard Whole Wheat Turkey or Herbes de Provence Stuffing Mix

Cost: $0.89

Thoughts: This comes in a 6-oz. box, and you can choose between Turkey or Herbes de Provence flavors.

Chef’s Cupboard Turkey or Herb Stuffing Mix

Chef's Cupboard Turkey or Herb Stuffing Mix

Cost: $0.69

Thoughts: This stuffing mix comes in a box and is available in Turkey or Herb flavors. It cooks in five minutes.

Chef’s Cupboard Classic or Sage & Onion Hawaiian Stuffing Mix

Chef's Cupboard Classic or Sage & Onion Hawaiian Stuffing Mix

Cost: $0.99

Thoughts: Choose between Classic or Sage and Onion flavors. This stuffing mix comes in a 6 oz. box, is made with Hawaiian bread, and cooks in five minutes. A customer I chatted with in the store said she tried this stuffing and loves it. She said she usually makes it homemade, but this is much easier and tastes very good.

Chef’s Cupboard Sour Cream & Chives or Butter & Herb Mashed Potatoes

Chef's Cupboard Sour Cream & Chives or Butter & Herb Mashed Potatoes

Cost: $0.99

Thoughts: This mashed potato mix is made of 100% real Idaho potatoes, comes in a 6.6-oz. box, and is available in Sour Cream & Chives or Butter & Herb flavors. The box includes two pouches for two meals.

Chef’s Cupboard Julienne or Cheesy Scalloped Potatoes

Chef's Cupboard Julienne or Cheesy Scalloped Potatoes

Cost: $0.79

Thoughts: Choose between Julienne and Cheesy Scalloped potatoes. Made from 100% real Idaho potatoes, and boxes range in size from 4.6 to 5 oz.

L’oven Fresh Brown & Serve Rolls

L’oven Fresh Brown & Serve Rolls

Cost: $0.99

Thoughts: This 11-oz. package contains 12 rolls.

Alpine Valley Organic Hawaiian Sweet Rolls

Alpine Valley Organic Hawaiian Sweet Rolls

Cost: $3.99

Thoughts: These rolls come in a 12-oz. package.

L’oven Fresh Split Top Potato Rolls

L'oven Fresh Split Top Potato Rolls

Cost: $2.29

Thoughts: These are sold in a 20-oz. package.

SimplyNature Sprouted 7-Grain Dinner Rolls

SimplyNature Sprouted 7-Grain Dinner Rolls

Cost: $2.99

Thoughts: This 13.5-oz. package includes nine rolls.

SimplyNature Organic Pumpkin

SimplyNature Organic Pumpkin

Cost: $1.49

Thoughts: This is 15 oz. and contains no preservatives.

Village Bakery Chocolate Pecan Pie

Village Bakery Chocolate Pecan Pie

Cost: $5.99

Thoughts: This pie is 20 oz.

Village Bakery Dutch Apple or Cherry Pie

Village Bakery Dutch Apple or Cherry Pie

Cost: $3.89

Thoughts: This pie is 24 oz.

Village Bakery Pecan Pie

Village Bakery Pecan Pie

Cost: $4.99

Thoughts: This pie is 23 oz.

Village Bakery Pumpkin Pie

Village Bakery Pumpkin Pie

Cost: $2.95 for 24 oz. or $5.99 for 40 oz.

Thoughts: This pie comes in two sizes.

Village Bakery Triple Berry Pie

Village Bakery Triple Berry Pie

Cost: $4.99

Thoughts: This 24-oz. pie was a 2018 National Pie Championship winner.

About Rachael

Rachael is the Senior Editor for Aldi Reviewer. She is also a freelance writer and editor. You can find her at www.rachaelsjohnston.com.

4 Comments

  1. Would you please review Gluten free stuff. I am going there in a week and I need those items. Thank you.

  2. The sweet potato casserole is incredible. Same praline topping my grandmother would use. Great sub if you don’t want to make it from scratch.

    Also, the cranberry orange Chianti relish is super delish. Try it with the turkey cranberry ravioli.

  3. The chef’s cupboard Hawaiian Sage and onion stuffing is fantastic!

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