Last Updated on October 9, 2020
Aldi has everything you need to celebrate Halloween, from decorations to candy.
This is a look at some of Aldi’s other Halloween food products.
Keep in mind that these are ALDI Finds (Special Buys), so all products may not be available all season. See our other post about Aldi’s Halloween non-food products at this link. You can also view some of our favorite products in the Aldi fall catalog here.
We’ll update throughout the season, so check back later for updates.
Mama Cozzi’s Halloween Pumpkin Shaped Pizza
Cost: $3.99 for an 8.11-oz. pizza
Thoughts: This cheesy pizza is from Italy and features a butternut squash sauce in place of traditional pizza sauce.
Full review: here
Emporium Selection Halloween Cheese Assortment
Cost: $3.99 each
Thoughts: Flavors include Bat Knit Crazy (a black aged Cheddar), No Rest for the Wicked (a strawberry- and Prosecco-flavored Wensleydale cheese), Freaky Franken (a mild Derby cheese with dried sage), and Scary Pumpkin Spice (a Wensleydale cheese with cinnamon, nutmeg, and ginger).
Lofthouse Halloween Sugar Cookie Platter
Thoughts: 16.6 ounces of cookie goodness.
Benton’s Chocolate Haunted House Cookie Kit
Thoughts: This comes in a 39.2-oz. box and looks like a Christmas gingerbread house but is for Halloween instead.
Full review: here
In the Mix Halloween Skulls or Eyeball Cookie Kit
Cost: $2.49 for 9.2-9.68 oz.
Thoughts: These sugar cookie kits contain everything you need to make some creepy, spooky cookies. Each kit makes 12 cookies.
Barissimo Halloween Coffee
Cost: $3.99 for 10 oz.
Thoughts: Choose Raven’s Roast, which is an Ethiopia Single Origin coffee, or Sleepy Hollow Blend, which is a Kyungwe Forest Single Origin coffee.
Reggano Halloween Pasta
Cost: $1.99 for 17.6 oz.
Thoughts: This uncooked pasta comes in Halloween shapes such as bats and spiders. Serve it cooked with your favorite sauce.
Benton’s Skeleton Cookie Kit
Thoughts: This 10-oz. box includes a complete Skeleton Chocolate Cookie Kit with cookies, icing, and decorating candies.
Two Bite Halloween Brownie Platter
Cost: $4.99 for 14 oz.
Thoughts: These tiny chocolate brownies feature colorful orange Halloween-themed frosting.
Snyder’s of Hanover Halloween Pretzel Snack Packs
Cost: $2.99 for 12 oz.
Thoughts: This includes 24 0.5-oz. bags of pretzels and is a good non-candy option for parties.
Kellogg’s Rice Krispies Treat Kit
Thoughts: Choose a ghost or pumpkin kit. Boxes are between 8.18 and 8.86 oz.
Kellogg’s Pop Tarts
Thoughts: Flavors include Frosted Chocolate Fudge and Pumpkin Pie. Boxes range from 21.1 to 22 oz.
General Mills Monsters Cereal
Thoughts: These cereals come in the classic assorted flavors, including Boo Berry, Count Chocula, and Frank Berry. Boxes are 9.6 to 10.4 oz.
Kellogg’s Halloween Apple Jacks or Frosted Flakes
Thoughts: Boxes are 10.5 to 13.7 oz.
SimplyNature Halloween Fruit Squeezies
Thoughts: One box contains 24 3.2-oz. pouches in apple cinnamon flavor. These are made with real fruit with no high fructose corn syrup, and they’re nut and dairy free. I sometimes pack the regular, non-Halloween version of these fruit pouches in my kids’ school lunches. Read my review of the regular fruit pouches at this link.
Bake House Creations Halloween Sugar Cookie Dough
Cost: $1.99 for 18 oz.
Thoughts: These slice-and-bake sugar cookies come in jack-o-lantern or ghost varieties.
Lunch Buddies Halloween Fruit-Flavored Snacks
Thoughts: This is a 25.6 oz. box that includes 32 pouches of fruit flavored snacks. My kids often end up with a few packs of these fruit snacks in their trick-or-treat bags, and they’re a nice alternative to regular candy. They’re also good for school parties.
Dannon Danimals Halloween Smoothies
Cost: $1.99 for 18.6 oz.
Thoughts: These are orange cream-flavored and come in a pack of six.
Hostess Halloween Twinkies
Thoughts: A 13.58-oz. box contains 10 individually wrapped Twinkies with “S’CREAM” filling.
Kellogg’s Halloween Rice Krispies Treats
Cost: $6.98 for 23.2 oz.
Thoughts: These come in a box with 60 individually wrapped mini bars.