A woman has shown off her epic chocolate flutes using an Aldi Bavarian slice, dark chocolate and old plastic glasses, and hundreds are dubbing it the ultimate ‘faux fancy’ dessert.
The Australian woman, called Shelly, posted on Facebook where she said that she blended Aldi’s Bavarian slice with melted dark chocolate, before letting the mix set in the fridge for an hour.
‘Re-used our salted caramel flutes tonight,’ Shelly posted online.
‘I used chopped up pieces of frozen Bavarian slice and some melted dark chocolate. Let it thaw out in the fridge for an hour. Faux fancy!’
A woman has shown off her epic chocolate flutes using an Aldi Bavarian slice, dark chocolate and old plastic glasses (pictured)
To make the dessert, Shelly first emptied and cleaned out the Desserts in Flutes, which she bought from Aldi for $6.99.
She then melted $2.99 Choceur chocolate down and drizzled it over the Bavarian mixture, which she spooned into the glasses.
Shelly let the dessert set in the fridge for just one hour and served it topped with whipped cream and a fresh strawberry.
All up, the dessert and glasses cost under $15 and served two people.
To make the dessert, Shelly first emptied and cleaned out the Desserts in Flutes, which she bought from Aldi for $6.99 (pictured)
Hundreds who saw the delicious dessert online said they would try it for themselves:
‘Shut the front and back doors. That looks delicious,’ one person posted.
‘Love this idea. I want to do this too,’ another person added.
A third wrote: ‘Shelly, marry me!’
Previously, shoppers went wild when they discovered a new dessert called ‘Chocolopita’ in the freezer aisle (pictured)
This isn’t the first Aldi dessert to wow.
Previously, shoppers went wild when they discovered a new dessert called ‘Chocolopita’ in the freezer aisle.
The sweet filo pastries stuffed with Nutella-style chocolate are the dessert version of the supermarket’s sell-out spanakopita.
‘I was in Aldi and I found this, it’s new in the frozen section – Chocolopita. It’s made in Greece and I love the spanakopita so I thought let’s give this a go,’ one woman said.
‘Similar instructions as the spanakopita, so you pop it on to your tray, and into the oven, 30 minutes, 180 degrees fan forced or until it’s golden brown.’