Aldi is selling Lindt bunny inspired chocolates for just 49p

Aldi's latest price bargain is perfect for chocolate lovers!

Easter is just around the corner and if you have plenty of little ones to treat this year, you'll be pleased to hear that Aldi has  slashed the price of its Dairyfine Milk Chocolate Bunny from 79p to just 49p.

The offers starts today, so if you're keen to stock up in time for Easter, then we recommend that you head down to your closest store soon to avoid disappointment.

This money-saving deal means that you can get five Aldi bunnies for the price of one 100g Lindt bunny at Sainsbury's - and still be left with change!


For anyone who can't resist giving into temptation and tucking into some of the Easter chocolate (before it's actually Easter), this deal provides the perfect way to make up for lost chocolate.

This isn't the only exciting bargain that Aldi is offering this Easter, as it has also just launched a new 'Ruby chocolate' Easter egg that is made from ruby cocoa beans and has a distinctive berry-like flavour.

Read more: The best cheap Easter eggs to buy for £5 and under

The unusual egg costs £12.99 and will be stocked in UK stores from Thursday 28 March. And if you're not bowled over by all this talk of chocolate eggs, Aldi has also released five new hot cross bun flavours too!

Offering flavours such as Rhubarb & Custard, Very Berry, Salted Caramel & Belgian Chocolate and Apple & Cinnamon, these buns provide for the perfect afternoon treat that'll make you feel all warm and fuzzy on the inside.

From delicious chocolate bunnies, to Berry flavoured Easter eggs and a huge selection of different hot cross bun flavours, Aldi certainly has our backs this Easter when it comes to treating our loved ones.

What Aldi Easter offering are you most excited about this year? Head over to our Facebook page and let us know your thoughts!

Freelance Lifestyle Writer

Niamh McCollum is a freelance lifestyle writer who has written for Future titles GoodTo and Marie Claire UK, plus the Irish Independent. The Dublin-based journalist specialises in stories 

affecting families - from health updates, to the freshest parenting debates and celebrity announcements.