Indulge in Comfort Food with Crofton Ceramic Ramen Noodle Bowls at Aldi

Last Updated on July 3, 2023

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When I was a kid, I had a few favorite things I loved eating at home for lunch. On days when I wasn’t at school and relegated to eating cafeteria fare, I often enjoyed a bowl of Campbell’s tomato soup or New England clam chowder. Or, as unhealthy as it was, I loved eating ramen noodles. I preferred the shrimp flavor, even if it doesn’t really taste much like shrimp.

I still like ramen, and so does my entire family. We don’t eat it often, but it’s nice to keep some packages in the pantry, especially for times when we’re sick and the noodles and hot broth with steam are comforting. Ramen is also good to keep around in case of power outages because we can prepare it on our gas stove or even make it outdoors on our portable camp stove.

We usually eat our ramen in regular soup or cereal bowls, and that works fine. However, the latest Aldi ad indicates the grocer is selling specialty ceramic ramen noodle bowls made just for serving this popular comfort food. Aldi sold the ramen bowls alongside a variety of other kitchen products with an Asian theme, including a bamboo electric grill, a stir fry wok, a bamboo steamer, a rice cooker and steamer, a Teppanyaki grill plate, and an Asian knife assortment. At the same time, Aldi also sold a stone serveware tray with a pattern matching the ramen bowls.

These cute little ramen bowls include chopsticks and feature a custom hole in the upper rim designed to hold the chopsticks when they aren’t in use. Keep reading for more information about the bowls.

What We Know:

Crofton Ceramic Ramen Noodle Bowl

The Crofton Ceramic Ramen Noodle Bowl (Product Code: 703046) cost $4.99 each in February of 2023. That’s cheaper than ramen bowls I found on Amazon at the time of writing. The designs and colors on these bowls rival some more expensive ramen bowls I found on Wayfair as well.

This bowl is an Aldi Find, so it’s only in stores for a short time. Each store receives one shipment, and after that sells out, they’re gone unless Aldi decides to bring them back at some point. Aldi does not offer online ordering for products that are not in stock at your local store.

Crofton is not a company. It’s the private label Aldi uses for all kinds of kitchen products such as serving trays, filtration pitchers, barware sets, and more.

Here’s more information about the ceramic ramen bowls, according to Aldi:

  • Includes a ceramic bowl with bamboo chopsticks
  • Bowl has a 21-oz. capacity
  • Available in White Noodle Bowl, Blue Flower, or Green Speckled designs
  • Bowls match stone serveware and trays that are sold separately

What We Don’t Know:

We haven’t tried these ramen noodle bowls yet, so we don’t know how well they work or how durable they are. We write open threads so readers can talk about Aldi products.

Have you bought these Crofton Ceramic Ramen Noodle Bowls? Tell us what you think of them in the comments below. 

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. Just bought two of the blue flower Ramen bowls and a pack of the four small condiment dishes. They seem well made. However the condiment dishes (also priced at $4.99) seem a bit pricy. My wife complained because I bought these specialized bowls when we already have a ton of other bowls. But she’s already used one for a big bowl of cereal!

    • Been using these bowls for a couple of weeks now for pho and ramen. The only issues that I have are that the bowls are rather deep but don’t seem to hold as much of the soup that I typically make for lunch. If I fill it with all the soup liquid, it’s close to the chop stick hole in the side of the bowl. They might be better if they were and inch or two wider because it seems difficult to fully empty the bowls and I even have special 6.5″ long pho/ramen spoons.

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