Aldi’s New Limited-Edition Cheeses for Halloween Are Scary Good

updated Oct 3, 2019
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If you go heart-eyed emoji for a block of cheese, you’re going to love these limited-edition Halloween cheeses Aldi has this season. Not only do they all sound delicious, but they’re also in festive packaging to get you revved up for Halloween parties this month. 

You can set up an amazing charcuterie board or just nosh on them at home when you’re craving some spooky cheese. There are four different cheeses to choose from this year: Scary Pumpkin Spice, Freaky Franken, No Rest for The Wicked, and Bat Knit Crazy.

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The Bat Knit Crazy is a cheddar that’s black. Yeah, you’re eating black cheese … weird. But I bet it’s delicious! If that’s not your cup of tea, though, don’t worry — not all the cheeses are scary. For example, the No Rest for The Wicked is made with strawberries and Prosecco. Ummmm, yum! And for any #PSL-lover, the Scary Pumpkin Spice isn’t scary one bit — it’s a Wensleydale cheese with all your favorite pumpkin spiced notes like cinnamon, ginger, and nutmeg. Lastly, Freaky Franken is a derby cheese with dried sage, which sounds super good. I especially love the Frankenstein packaging on this one!

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The cheeses will be in stores from October 16 until Halloween, where each cheese is $3.99. So if you want them, you should act fast and grab what you can, as they’ll only last on shelves for a few weeks. I know that I’ll be stocking up for sure.

This isn’t the first time Aldi has done a fun selection of cheeses for the holidays. I loved the boozy cheeses they did for St. Patrick’s Day (GREEN cheese!), and I hope they continue to do this for other holidays. Can you even imagine what Thanksgiving cheese would look like? Cheese that tastes like stuffing? Or maybe a cheese with pumpkin pie bits? On the possibilities.