CRUMPETS have been given a seasonal makeover at Aldi – and the new version is perfect for Easter.
The discounter is launching crumpets shaped as bunnies, and they’ll set you back 85p for a pack of four.
Aldi The crumpets will hit Aldi store shelves on April 14
Each crumpet has a little rabbit face on, and you just pop them into your toaster for a yummy breakfast or snack.
The treats will be available in Aldi stores only from April 14, but they’re part of its Specialbuys, so you’ll need to be quick.
The 85p price tag is quite expensive considering the discounter usually sells a pack of six regular crumpets for 35p.
The Easter-themed treats are also nothing new, but they’re the cheapest options currently around.
Asda’s been selling bunny crumpets for the past two years for £1 for a pack of four, and they’ll come back this year too, the supermarket told The Sun.
But they’re currently not available on the supermarket’s website, and Asda hasn’t yet told us when they’ll stock up either.
Yet shoppers are spoilt for choice as Iceland and Morrisons are also selling packs of four bunny crumpets, but they’re more expensive than Aldi’s at £1.
If you’re looking for something special for Mother’s Day, Asda’s currently selling crumpets in the shape of hearts.
These also come in packs of four, and cost the same as the bunny-shaped ones.
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