The Aldi Autumn Trail Mixes That Scream Fall

With fall nearly upon us, it's time to stock up on seasonal treats from your favorite grocery store. If that happens to be Aldi, fantastic, keep reading. If Aldi isn't your favorite store, what are you doing here? (We're kidding, you should check these snacks out, too.)

Currently, official Aldi Finds include apple crisp ground coffee, pumpkin and butternut squash risotto, sweet potato chips, and pumpkin spice Oreos. Of course, Aldi also sells countless other seasonal snacks, including irresistible fall cookies, fall-shaped pasta, and a variety of fun fall ice cream flavors.

Amid all these choices, one Aldi product, in particular, is getting a lot of attention on Instagram. Yes, that's right, we're talking about the Aldi Autumn trail mixes made by Southern Grove. The trail mixes come in three varieties, and they're all perfect for fall activities, whether you go for a walk through an apple orchard, a pumpkin patch, or a corn maze. 

Instagram can't get enough of these trail mixes

Southern Grove's three newest trail mixes sent Instagram into a tizzy after the popular account @adventuresinaldi posted a photo of the trio. Aldi already sells Southern Grove trail mixes in a dozen or so varieties including cranberry medley, Cajun, and fruit and nut, but shoppers can now pick up seasonal trail mixes, too.

Per the Instagram post, the Autumn trail mixes include a caramel apple mix, a pumpkin spice mix, and a peanut butter chocolate mix. Depending on the variety, the trail mixes feature little candies, cookie pieces, seeds, and nuts. Each bag sells for about $3.99, though the price may vary by location.

We already knew that these trail mixes were among the Aldi foods you need to try before you die, but Instagram took its love to a whole new level. Aldi shoppers commented that they had purchased one bag of each, with a few people already saying the caramel apple mix was their favorite. That makes sense, considering the post's caption mentions that "the caramel apple one is calling my name."