Aldi have announced they’ll be launching prosecco-infused cocktail sausages this Christmas, and sounds like our two favourite things have merged into one delicious starter.
First there was an extensive range of festive gin (including pink gin!) and the chocolate wine, then came the three litre bottle of prosecco and the sloe gin mince pies that belong in your Christmas table.
We were still lucky enough to be graced with the Christmas Yorkshire Burrito (yeah, it’s a thing), but just when we thought we hit peak of Christmas deliciousness, turns out Aldi still had another treat for us up their sleeves – and it’s a good one.
The budget retailer revealed they will be including prosecco-infused cocktail sausages in their Christmas range, so you have yet another way to indulge in what’s becoming the nation’s favourite tipple.
Aldi has launched an extensive range of boozy foods for the festive season, including sloe gin mince pies
Part of their Specially Selected range, the succulent sausages are made of outdoor bred British pork, and they’re infused with prosecco, cranberry and orange – essentially Christmas in one bite.
If you’re as excited as us to get a hold of the game-changing starter ahead of Christmas celebrations, we do have some not so good news.
The exciting new product will only be on sale in a few weeks, on 14th December, so you’ll have to wait some time to get your hands on the boozy sausages.
Aldi’s prosecco-infused cocktail sausages are also a fairly inexpensive item to add to your Christmas shopping list – a 300g pack will set you back a humble £1.99.
The modern twist on the party food classic is not the only new boozy addition to Aldi’s Christmas range.
The retailer has also announced the launch of a few boozy desserts and sweet treats for your celebrations, including a prosecco and apricot Panettone (£6.99), and a beautiful Christmas cake made with Aldi’s own champagne, the Veuve Monsigny Champagne Brut (£9.99). Fair to say it’ll be a popping Christmas… 🍾🍾
Are you excited to try any of this year’s boozy Christmas foods? Let us know in the comments!