Aldi Is Releasing a Fresh New Line of Floral Cookware

We'll take one of each, please!

Aldi is well-known for low-cost grocery staples, but have you heard about Aldi Finds? Every Wednesday, Aldi releases special buys that are only available for a limited time—including grocery items, clothing, housewares and outdoor gear.

In less than a week, Aldi will be releasing their new floral cookware line, and we are absolutely smitten! (Are you a new Aldi shopper? Here are five things you should know before shopping at Aldi.)

What Cookware Should I Look For?

If you are fan of the Pioneer Woman’s floral housewares line at Walmart, you are really going to love the new Crofton flower-emblazoned cookware pieces set to debut on April 17. These new items feature bright floral designs in cheery shades of red, yellow and blue.

The new releases include:

  • 4-quart porcelain enamel casserole dish ($15)
  • 12-quart porcelain enamel stockpot ($20)
  • 2.3-quart porcelain tea kettle ($20)

The eye-catching and whimsical pieces would add the perfect touch of spring-inspired flair to any kitchen. And, not only do these pieces have a similar look to the Pioneer Woman’s signature cookware line, but they also have a less expensive price tag.

Don’t Wait Too Long!

Love the look of this collection? Then you’re definitely going to want to head to your local Aldi on April 17 when they are officially released. These special buys are only available for a limited time, and once they’re gone from the shelves, they’re gone for good. While you’re there, here are the other things you should always buy at Aldi.

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Susan Bronson
Susan is a food and wine writer and editor based in northern Wisconsin. In 2010, she created the food blog A Less Processed Life, which features made-from-scratch recipes that highlight locally grown ingredients. As a contributor for Taste of Home, Susan has written about twists on classic cocktails like apple cider sangria and maple old-fashioneds. She also shares tried-and-true cooking techniques and re-creates and reviews recipes from notable chefs, including Julia Child and Ina Garten. She lives on a small family farm with her husband and son, and loves tasting all that the Upper Midwest’s culinary landscape has to offer.