Are you shopping for Valentine’s Day snacks from Aldi? There are so many great options available right now. We even put together a little Valentine’s Day charcuterie board for our crew this week, and they gobbled it down. A few sweets, some crackers and cheese, and fruits…makes a perfect snack tray for everyone in the family. Enjoy this list of our favorites!
Favorite Aldi Cheeses for Valentine’s Day
There are so many great cheeses at Aldi – so easy and affordable to make a cheese tray! This time, we chose white cheddar and pepper jack Havarti (my husband’s favorite). These are perfect on their own or on a cracker. Some other popular choices we buy are their:
- White Cheddar
- smoked cheddar
- goat cheese
- Cheese Sticks
- cheddar and pepper jack sandwich cheese
Favorite Aldi Crackers for Valentine’s Day Snacks
If you have some cracker fans in your house, Aldi is the place for you. They have so many options, for every day snacking and special occasion. I love that they have so many affordable gluten free options as well. For our Valentine’s Day tray, we chose the gluten free multiseed snack crackers, the sea salt scalloped crackers, and the wheat rosemary and olive oil woven crackers. Soo delicious! Other options we enjoy are the wheat Ritz style crackers, their baked cheese snack crackers, and their “Penguin” crackers (Goldfish like crackers.)
Best Valentine’s Day Chocolates from Aldi
Oh my..a dangerous category! There are so many yummy chocolates at Aldi, especially this time of year. These sea salt almonds are delish! You could also try their chocolate bars, their chocolate cashews, or their chocolate wafer cookies. Nothing says Valentine’s Day like chocolate!
This year, my oldest daughter begged to try the chocolate cherry cheesecake hummus, so we are going to try dipping pretzel sticks and graham crackers in that for a yummy after school treat.
These are a delicious thin cookie option, if you need something for a gluten free or paleo diet.
Favorite Fruits and Nuts from Aldi
Aldi is also a great place to grab fruit to add to your Valentine’s Day snack tray. On this tray, I added some apple slices, but you could also add pears, oranges or any of their dried fruits to the tray. My kids especially love their dried cranberries and cherries.
Their nut selection is also awesome! I keep a bag of almonds, walnuts and cashews in the fridge for a quick protein boost snack for our whole family. That also would be perfect to add to your tray!
Valentine’s Day Snacks Budget
My favorite thing about Aldi is their budget prices. We made this Valentine’s Day snack tray with some great products at relatively lost cost. Here’s a breakdown of some of the prices.
- Gluten Free Multi-seed Crackers, $1.99
- Havarti Cheese, $2.99
- Chocolate Caramel Almonds, $3.99
- Sea Salt Scalloped Crackers, $1.49
- Aged White Cheddar, $2.65
- Dessert Hummus, $2.49
- Pretzel Sticks, $1.29
- Pink Lady Apples, $2.49/bag
- Coconut Cashew Crisps, $3.99
If you aren’t familiar with Aldi, jump to their site to read more. I hope this list of Valentine’s Day snacks from Aldi gives you some inspiration for your Valentine’s Day festivities. What’s your favorite Valentine Day treat? Stay well! For more ideas for Valentine’s Day snacks, hop to our favorite Valentine’s Day snack mix.