Aldi's Famous Holiday Cookie Cutters Have Already Been Spotted

There are a lot of stores that go all out for the holidays, but one of the places to score the most affordable deals is Aldi. There were so many Aldi fall items we couldn't wait to try this year, from donut sticks to pumpkin bread. But now that the winter holidays are approaching, the discount grocery chain is adding even more exciting seasonal items — and the return of its peppermint mocha creamer is just the beginning.

Fans of the store on Instagram are often eager to share the best Aldi finds and deals, and one account, Aldi Favorite Finds, recently shared a bunch of new and returning holiday products found at stores. Returning this year are baking brie, an easy holiday appetizer, as are cranberries, pomegranates, and holiday-themed plastic storage containers for giving away treats or saving party leftovers. But one super affordable baking accessory stood out from the crowd: Aldi's holiday cookie cutters. And they're priced so low, it's okay if you bought some last year too.

Aldi cookie cutters for less than $2

Aldi's three pack of Merry Moments cookie cutters might not be the fanciest or feel like the most durable, but for those who only bake during the winter holidays, it's an unbeatable deal at just $1.39 (via Instagram). This year's selection features a trio of classic shapes: a snowflake, a stocking, and a Christmas tree (via Aldi). Prices may vary depending on your location, but chances are they'll still be cheaper than what you'd find at another grocery or retail store.

This isn't Aldi's first rodeo when it comes to holiday cookie cutters. In the past, Aldi shoppers got excited over a set of giant cookie cutters, which could cut out 20 to 21 cookies at a time, and people couldn't wait to try the chain's adorable holiday sweater cookie kits, which included cookie mix, cookie cutters, and decorations. 

It may still be early in the season, but we'd be surprised if the chain offered up a better deal on baking accessories than this three pack of holiday cookie cutters. And for holiday bakers without an Aldi nearby and no cookie cutters, you can try out this hack from Martha Stewart for sugar cookies without cookie cutters.