Choceur Peanuts & Cornflakes Milk Chocolate Bar

Last Updated on August 3, 2023

For a discount grocer, Aldi has surprisingly good chocolate. Their milk chocolate bar with hazelnut paste is my family’s favorite chocolate bar for making s’mores. We also pick up several of the different chocolate Advent calendars each holiday season, and Aldi sells various chocolate treats during the Easter and fall seasons. Much of the Aldi chocolate line is produced in Europe, in countries such as Belgium, Austria, or Germany. It’s good stuff.

While browsing the Aldi chocolate aisle recently, I noticed some products that were advertised as new, including a milk chocolate bar with peanuts and — of all things — cornflakes. I couldn’t resist trying such a novel combination.

Choceur Peanuts & Cornflakes Milk Chocolate Bar

The Choceur Peanuts & Cornflakes Milk Chocolate Bar cost $2.49 for a 7.05-ounce bar at the time of publication. That comes out to about 35 cents per ounce. This is a product of Germany.

The package states: “This smooth European milk chocolate, with roasted peanuts and crispy cornflakes, is an indulgent treat for all milk chocolate and peanut lovers.” The package also states this features “smooth & creamy European chocolate.”

This bar is similar to some other brands, which I haven’t had the opportunity to try yet. In terms of name brands, these might be comparable to Ritter Sport milk chocolate with cornflakes, which I can find at Walmart and Amazon for considerably more money per ounce than the Aldi chocolate. Trader Joe’s also occasionally sells a limited-edition milk chocolate bar with cornflakes that goes for about 47 cents per ounce when it’s in stock, which is still a higher price than the Aldi bar.

This is a Regular Buy, so you should be able to find it any time of year at Aldi.

Choceur Peanuts & Cornflakes Milk Chocolate Bar

Nutrition information and ingredients. (Click to enlarge.)

Ingredients are milk chocolate (sugar, dry whole milk, cocoa butter, chocolate, lactose, soy lecithin, and natural vanilla flavor), peanuts, corn, dry buttermilk, and less than 2% of rapeseed oil, salt, sugar, and malted barley extract.

The cocoa is Rain Forest Alliance certified.

If you’re looking out for allergens, this contains milk, soy, and peanuts. It may contain hazelnuts, almonds, coconut, and other tree nuts.

One package contains about seven servings. One serving has 160 calories, 9 grams of total fat (12% DV), 4.5 grams of saturated fat (23% DV), 65 mg of sodium (3% DV), 16 grams of total carbohydrates (6% DV), less than 1 gram of dietary fiber (3% DV), 13 grams of total sugars, 10 grams of added sugars (20% DV), and 3 grams of protein.

Choceur Peanuts & Cornflakes Milk Chocolate Bar

This chocolate comes scored into seven smaller bars that you can break off, more or less, to make single portions.

I wasn’t sure about cornflakes and chocolate together, but as soon as I tasted this bar, I realized just how good of a combination this is. The chocolate is smooth, creamy, and melt-in-your-mouth delicious. The cornflakes add just the right amount of crunch, similar to a Nestle Crunch bar, but also different. The peanuts also add some nice texture and a bit of crunch.

This is unexpectedly good and I’m glad I tried it. My family also gave their approval, and this didn’t last long when I set it out on my kitchen counter.

The Verdict:

The Choceur Peanuts & Cornflakes Milk Chocolate Bar features creamy German milk chocolate with peanuts and cornflakes. It’s somewhat similar to a Ritter Sport chocolate bar or to a chocolate bar Trader Joe’s sometimes sells. The cornflakes add a nice crunch, while the peanuts give the chocolate bar additional texture. This is an excellent chocolate bar and well worth trying.

About Rachael

Rachael is the Co-founder of Aldi Reviewer. When she isn't busy shopping at Aldi, she enjoys cooking, gardening, writing gothic romance, and collecting more houseplants than she probably should. You can learn more about her at


  1. Evidently this is kind of a “thing” – Ina Garten has a recipe for chocolate-covered cornflakes, which I’ve made a couple of times for potlucks – they’re fantastic! And of course I used cornflakes and chocolate from Aldi to make them!! Glad to see they’re now selling cornflake-covered bars there!

  2. Oh I hope to find these next Wednesday when I head to Aldi.

  3. antoinette berkshire

    Choceur chocolate bars are good in other flavors, too. Those with peanuts and cornflakes are in a side aisle, near the front of the store, in Crofton location.

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