Tuesday, 6 December 2016

DIY ALDI Christmas Hamper

At Christmas i think well thought out gifts like hampers are the best as they can be made to suit any budget. Aldi have set me the challenge of making my own Christmas hamper using Aldi own brands.

Hampers can be a great way of keeping your budget low and a creative way of giving to your friends or family this Christmas . A hamper can include anything and allows the gift to be tailor made for just 1 person or an entire family. The hamper that i have come up with is based on couples.
1) Ladies Snowman flannel pyjamas - £8.99
Most people at Christmas get brand new pj's to put on on Christmas Eve, for the past few years its been a tradition in our house. This pyjama set is lovely, can't wait to get these on on Christmas Eve.
2) Ballycastle Irish Creme set - £9.99
Irish creme is one of those drinks typically  consumed at Christmas. This set is great as it comes with 3 different flavours; salted Caramel, Chocolate orange and Chocolate mint.

3) Moser Roth Prosecco & Truffles - £4.99
Prosecco has become a popular tipple of choice. I haven't tried Prosecco before but i think this is a great gift and I'm excited to try it out.

4) Maple salt fudge - £1.29
Fudge pieces are a great alternative to chocolate and these Specially Selected fudge flavours are great. The maple syrup flavour is really nice and melts in your mouth.

5) Salted Caramel mince pies - £1.59
Mince pies are a staple food at Christmas. These specially selected Mince pies are lovely with the salted caramel layer and just crumble in your mouth. A little bit more expensive than yoour basic mince pies but well worth the extra money.

6) Gingerbread Latte Popcorn - 99p 
We love a bit of popcorn in our house. It's the perfect snack to snuggle up and watch a christmas film with. The Gingerbread flavoured popcorn is great and actually really tastes like gingerbread.

There are so many great Christmas gifts available at Aldi. If you're looking at a different way to give this Christmas try Aldi's ready made Christmas hampers ranging from £20 to £100.

Check out the DIY Aldi Christmas Hamper on YouTube aswell...

*I was given £30 worth of Aldi vouchers in order to buy products for this post. All thoughts and opinions 100% my own.

1 comment:

  1. I tried the Irish liqueurs and they were delicious.