The one with the Aldi Challenge (Part 1)

Aldi believe that little changes can make a big difference and I would have to agree with them. So this week I am going to be taking part in the Aldi Challenge and (hopefully!) showing you how swapping to Aldi doesn’t mean that you have to sacrifice on quality, it just means that you will save some money. They have provided me with some shopping vouchers for my challenge and reckon that I can fill my trolley and feed my family for the week for just £70.

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Now I must admit that I am a bit of an Aldi convert already. So many friends recommended it to me that I just had to try it out for myself and I honestly couldn’t believe the savings that I could make every week. Now any regular followers of my blog will know that I love my food. I mean really love my food!  So for me this challenge isn’t just about seeing if I can do a whole weeks shop for just £70 because I already think from my previous experience of shopping there that I can. I tend to normally shop at Aldi on the weeks that we need a smaller shop if that makes sense? But of course this week I will be buying a ‘big shop’ as it were and in the interest of fairness, I will try and make it as ‘normal’ as possible buying all the things that we normally would. This challenge will be more about me showing you how shopping there does not mean sacrificing on quality though. I want to show you that you can do a whole weeks shop for less in Aldi but more importantly, just how well we eat every day as a family. Cutting costs does not mean cutting quality!

I’ll be reporting back here in one weeks time to let you know how we got on but in the meantime, you can read more about the #AldiChallenge here. I will be sharing photos of some of the meals that we eat this week over on Instagram too (nothing new there then) but please do follow along!

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Disclaimer: I have been provided with shopping vouchers in order to take part in the #AldiChallenge but all words and opinions are of course my own 

 

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