Aldi has brought back their sell-out £3.50 cookware – and they’re amazing dupes of Les Creuset’s range – The Sun
ALDI has brought back its sell-out cast iron cookware range – which is remarkably similar to Le Creuset’s expensive designs.
The supermarket is bringing back its popular pots and pans, with prices starting from just £3.49.
In comparison, luxury brand Le Creuset sells its cookware for triple figures.
The budget store is selling a shallow casserole dish for £24.99, a bargain when compared to Le Creuset’s signature version for £210.
And Aldi is selling two sizes of their classic round casserole dish, one for £19.99 and a slightly larger one for £24.99, but they’re a steal when compared to the £210 price tag for their pricey double.
The supermarket is also selling a cast iron skillet and saucepan for £14.99 each, and a roasting dish for £19.99.
- 20cm Small Cast Iron Dish, Aldi, £19.99 – buy now
In comparison, Le Creuset’s saucepan will set you back £150 alone.
The cheapest item in the supermarket’s range is a pair of mini casserole dishes for £3.29 – which works out to £1.74 each.
Le Creseut sells a similar sized dish – but theirs costs £180 just for one.
- Mini Casserole Stoneware 2 Pack, Aldi, £3.49 – buy now
Aldi’s cast-iron range comes in three colours, grey, red and blue, and goes on sale next week.
The cookware will be available to buy from September 15, but you can pre-order them now if you don’t want to miss out.
The supermarket is selling the colourful collection as part of its Specialbuys, so once they’re sold out they’re gone.
- Cast Iron Shallow Casserole Dish, Aldi, £24.99 – buy now
- Cast Iron Casserole Dish With Lid, Aldi, £24.99 – buy now
- Kirkton House Cast Iron Skillet, Aldi, £14.99 – buy now
- Kirkton House Cast Iron Saucepan, Aldi, £14.99 – buy now
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