Aldi's $15 (and Under) Frozen Deals Will Help Make Dinner a Breeze This Week

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Updated July 18, 2024
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We all want delicious home-cooked meals without spending long hours in the kitchen — and Aldi has a solution. Its frozen deals make meals quick and easy without sacrificing flavor, and the rotating weekly specials focus on seasonal deals that keep your diet varied while being affordable, too.  

The weekly frozen deals in Aldi Finds complement the frozen staples regularly available in the store, and they're portioned well for families of any size. Here are the best deals this week that go from freezer to food in just minutes.

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Breakfast skillet

Courtesy of Aldi Brekky skillet

Price: $4.99

Start the day off right with a hearty breakfast skillet. Six eggs and a large skillet are all you need to turn one of these frozen bags into a meal for two, making it ideal for those who love a good scramble but don't want to spend time prepping all the ingredients. Available in either turkey sausage or Southwest options. 


Wood-fired pizza

Courtesy of Aldi Wood fired pizza

Price: $4.99

Mama Cozzi's always has a $5 pizza deal, and this week, it is a wood-fired five-mushroom pie with a hearty crust. Forget the foraging fad and go with the multiple mushroom option, ready to pop in the oven as pizza toppings. 

Spinach and cheese pastry

Courtesy of Aldi Spanakopita

Price: $4.49

Aldi has a great international selection and frequently offers foods not typically seen in the U.S. This week, it brings spanakopita, a Greek pastry that translates to "spinach cheese pie." The spinach and cheese are wrapped in a flaky phyllo dough and served in bite-size bits. Pop these in the oven for a few minutes, and you'll have an exciting new snack or appetizer that could be your new favorite. 

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Buttered baby Hasselback potatoes

Courtesy of Aldi Hasselback potatoes

Price: $4.79

Is there anything more delicious than a potato? Yes, a fancy potato. Hasselback potatoes are a style of baked potato in which the slices curl open like a fan with thin slices baked to a crispy golden brown. Aldi eliminates prep time with these frozen baby potatoes ready to pop in the oven and make the perfect side to any dish. 

Chicken nuggets

Courtesy of Aldi Dino nuggies

Price: $9.99

It's always good to have a box of chicken nuggets in the freezer for picky eaters. These are a go-to for many with limited food preferences because they offer a consistent experience with slight variation, which can be comforting for people who dislike trying new foods. Aldi's nuggets are all-natural, made with all breast meat, and dinosaur-shaped for extra fun. Using high-quality ingredients elevates these above other brands, so it's a relatively healthy option as far as nuggs go. 

Beef patties

Courtesy of Aldi Beef patties

Price: $8.49

Cattlemen's Ranch offers ready-to-go beef patties in either prime rib or pub style, so there will always be a burger ready to get tossed in some heat with no mess to clean up afterward. They come in packages of six, so it's perfect for dinner for the family or to make one at a time as a quick meal for one. 


Bottom line

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The weekly Aldi Finds add variety and seasonal flavors that keep meals feeling new and fresh for singles, couples, and families. Plus, all Aldi meals have high-quality ingredients and upscale choices at shockingly low prices

While many companies use low-quality, cheap filler foods to bulk their product and lower their prices, Aldi avoids stocking those products so you can trust you are getting the best ingredients at lower prices. This makes frozen meals taste home-cooked and healthy without wasting time and energy. 


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Cassandra Yorgey is a journalist with more than 15 years of experience covering a multitude of topics ranging from science-fiction and fantasy genre reviews to the impacts of sociological developments on the political landscape. She champions financial literacy and consumer protections that value human life over monetary profits. She has been featured in both online and print publications, including AOL, Examiner, MSN, Exemplore, Yellowbook, and Wealth of Geeks.