Proving why Aldi is one of the best supermarkets around, the budget giant is releasing an ingenious pizza stand that lets you cook three at once. Let’s be honest, just one pizza is never enough to satisfy all those carb cravings, so why not have three?
Perfect for parties, the three-tier pizza stand takes all the hassle out of cooking pizza. You can now pre-order the pizza stand — complete with trays — for just £9.99. Aldi confirms that the trays have a non-stick coating and each one is 32cm wide by 0.4mm high.
Although similar ones can be found on the likes of eBay and Amazon, it looks like Aldi’s is the cheapest around.
Aldi recently unveiled is own pizza oven that only set customers back £39. For those who fancied UPPING their BBQ in the most ultimate style, Aldi brought back its cheap — yet brilliant pizza oven — just in time for the hottest months.
Yes, you can dine al-fresco with your pals, and maybe even have a little bit of fun creating your own pizzas before putting them inside your new fancy pizza oven – and better yet, it’ll only set you back £39. If that isn’t a bargain, I don’t know what is.
So what are you going to cook first? Well, rival store Marks & Spencer has you covered. While M&S is on the other end of the spectrum compared to Aldi, the two shops have some bloody great buys. Marks & Spencer has just unveiled a meat-loaded pizza that replaces its traditional base with actual meat.
Guys. @marksandspencer "has replaced pizza’s traditional dough base with 100% British outdoor-bred British pork and made it completely gluten free – providing a no-carb twist on one of the nation’s favourite foods." I don't know how to feel about this. #meatzza pic.twitter.com/E2Okgbi0gW— Rachel Hosie (@rachel_hosie) May 28, 2019
Known as the meat’zza (which is a mouthful in itself), the sacred dough base has been swapped with pork. There are two options, priced at £4 or 3 for £10. The Margherita has marinated tomato, mozzarella and basil. If you want even more meat, the Spicy Pepperoni is loaded with mozzarella, pepperoni, and jalapeno. All toppings sit on a foundation of pork.
Why not buy three and test them out on Aldi’s new pizza rack?
[Featured Image: Aldi/