Aldi is selling a giant Ferrero Rocher inspired Christmas dessert

Aldi has launched their Christmas dessert range and one of the treats looks like a giant Ferrero Rocher.

The supermarket has created a dome with a chocolate and hazelnut coating, which makes us think of the delicious chocolates.

Ferrero has put out a statement to say that the dessert isn’t actually affiliated with them in any way so not to expect the exact experience.

It does include a lot of the same flavours – inside there’s a decadent milk chocolate and hazelnut mousse and cocoa sponge.

The dome costs £5.99 and it’s been well reviewed, even receiving a gold price at the BBC Good Food Christmas Taste Test.

Christmas might still be two months away but the domes have already hit stores and people were excited.

One said: ‘That thing would be gone in one bite if I get my hands on it.’

Another added: ‘If these sell out, we riot.’

Other desserts on the menu at the brand include two twists on the traditional puddings with the Damson Plum and Pink Gin Pudding and Golden Topped Pudding.

Each costs £8.99 and will be available from 1 November.

And if you don’t like dried fruit, they also have a Millionaire’s Pudding – a  soft sponge with Belgian chocolate chunks, pieces of fudge and a lustrous gold sparkle.

It costs £5.99 and will be available from 12 November.

The Golden Twist Sticky Toffee Pudding costs £5.99 and the Artic Roulade –  slow-baked meringue, filled with a cherry semifreddo and cherry compote and whole Italian Amarena cherries – costs £4.49.


For vegans, there’s a £2.99 Belgian Chocolate Orange Melt in the Middle Pudding –  chocolate pudding made with hidden orange compote, finished with a rich dark chocolate sauce and a gold shimmer.

Finally, the Sticky Toffee Bowl Dessert has layers of sticky toffee sauce, custard and white chocolate mousse, topped with chocolate and butterscotch pieces and costs £5.99. Sadly, you’ll have to wait until 23 December to try it out.

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