Aldi Shoppers Are Raving About Its Almond Butter Snack

Are you tired of eating the same old foods over and over again? Let's be real, who isn't? Many who are big fans of peanut butter might be among those who find they're reaching for the same snack or sandwich daily. But, who can blame you? That creamy or crunchy concoction made from ground roasted peanuts can satisfy the sweet and salty taste buds and can be spread on many favorite foods. Statista reports that in 2020, "299.34 million Americans consumed peanut butter."  

Typically used in PB&J sandwiches, this popular spread can also be added to other foods like cookies, rice cakes, chocolate, and candy bars. You can also make a peanut butter sandwich with some things that aren't jelly.

If you're tired of peanut butter, you can always try almond butter, which is made from ground almonds. Almond butter has numerous health benefits, is packed with protein, and contains many vitamins, minerals, and healthy fats. It's often added to bread, cookies, smoothies, and salad dressings (per Spiceography). And now, almond butter found its way into the world of snacks, and you can find these new almond butter snacks in Aldi.

Aldi shoppers have been waiting for these

If you enjoy Trader Joe's Almond Butter Filled Pretzel Nuggets and you're in need of something else that's crunchy, creamy, salty, and sweet, you're probably going to like Aldi's Simply Nature Almond Butter Filled Pretzels. A bag of these snacks will leave your wallet lighter for about $4.99 per this Instagram post by @aldiforpresident, but your tummy will be thankful. Aldi shoppers are already raving about the snack taking to social media to share their delight.

Instagram users were quick to comment, replying to @aldifavoritefinds post, "These are my absolute favorite" and "The pretzels are great, wish they'd be year-round." One commenter accentuated that she has a peanut allergy, so she's thrilled that Aldi has these almond butter-filled pretzels, while another mused on inflation and high food prices. In any case, those craving a new treat will be happy to see this on Aldi shelves. For the best experience, it's recommended to pair this kind of snack with "a crisp lager, hot tea, or cold glass of lemonade" (via Trader Joe's).