Aldi is now selling a giant Yorkshire pudding filled with a roast dinner

Aldi is now selling a giant Yorkshire pudding filled with a roast dinner

Aldi really is operating on a whole new level this year. The specialbuys truly have been special, and their festive lineup has got mouths watering.

We've already had news of a new candy cane gin liqueur from the grocery chain, as well as a giant two-metre long pig in blanket to keep you going over the twelve days of Christmas (or less, depending on your restraint).

Check out this leaked Aldi employee training video:

They are also pulling out all the stops with their other products, too, such as this heated clothes airer to make drying your clothes easier in the cold winter months. Here's Aldi's very own description of the gadget;

"Make doing the laundry less of a chore with this heated clothes airer. Dry your clothes quickly without the need of a tumble dryer with this indoor heated clothes airer. You don't even need to worry about the British weather because we've all been there, you put the washing out on the line and then it starts to rain, and you've got that sudden rush to get it all back in, before it has to dry again. This clothes dryer can be easily folded away so you don't need to worry about it taking up extra space in your home."

And now, as if that all wasn't enough to be getting on with, it has been announced that the retailer is now selling a giant Yorkshire pudding filled with an entire roast dinner. And the best part? It's just £1.99.

Credit: Aldi

The delicious looking meal is part of Aldi's new winter seasonal range, and is reportedly already for sale in stores across the country.

The big Yorkshire pudding 'plate' is filled with roast potatoes, chicken, pork and onion stuffing and even a chipolata sausage. This dish follows the success of a similar item from last year's collection, but is even cheaper this year at just £1.99, compared to the £2.49 it reportedly set you back last year.

Well, that's me off to the local Aldi for the tenth time this week. They just keep pulling it out of the bag, don't they?