Aldi Is Selling This Luxe Christmas Dinner Favorite at an Unbeatable Price

published Dec 17, 2023
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If you’re hosting for the holidays this year and picking up all the essentials from Aldi, we don’t blame you. The German-owned discount supermarket has been a top pick for scouting out the best of the best items to have on the table and they always deliver at a great price. From hot cocoa rolls to gelato flights and gluten-free holiday donuts, dessert is covered. However, if you’re still searching for a main course, look no further than Aldi’s beef tenderloin — for a bargain, no less.

With beef tenderloin’s buttery texture, people tend to pay more for a cut of meat like this one, even upwards of over $100. While Sam’s Club is currently retailing their beef tenderloin for $17.98 per pound and Costco is selling their version for a whopping $200 for five pounds, you can snag Aldi’s for just $10.99 per pound.

Besides its lean cut, beef tenderloin tends to be more expensive because of its limited availability and high demand. Since the meat is derived from the tenderloin area of the cow, it only produces a small amount of meat (just a few portions worth). Treat yourself (and your guests) this year with some of the greatest rations money can buy. It’s the perfect special occasion meal, and what better special occasion than Christmas dinner?

Once you secure the meat, try out this salt-roasted beef tenderloin, this grilled beef tenderloin, or opt for the quick cleanup sheet pan beef tenderloin with mushrooms and Brussels sprouts. Serve your beef with a side of creamy mashed potatoes and skillet kale with lemon and garlic for a meal you won’t forget. Or, go for slow cooker creamed corn and collard greens. You really can’t go wrong.

If you were thinking about indulging this holiday season, this is your chance — and for a reasonable price. Hey, you deserve it.