Aldi shoppers spot returning fall treat for $3.85 as fans say they are ‘addicted’ and ‘eat them too fast’

ALDI has brought back a seasonal treat and customers can’t stop eating it.

The discount grocer sells products under several different private label brands.

While some called the maple leaf cookies addictive, others said they were too sweet for their taste


While some called the maple leaf cookies addictive, others said they were too sweet for their tastePhoto credit: Aldi

One of the most popular snack lines is Benton’s.

Recently, shoppers on Reddit discovered that the brand’s maple leaf cream cookies are back for another fall season.

An Aldi customer asked: “Has anyone tried the maple leaf biscuit sandwiches? I think I want to try them.”

And several comments on the thread may have influenced the buyer’s decision.

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Aldi confirms the fan-favorite shopping event will return “in a few weeks”.

One fan wrote: “Yes they are good, my kids delete them every time I buy them.”

Another said: “I won’t buy them anymore because I eat them too quickly. They’re addictive.”

And a third wrote: “Last time I was there there wasn’t one, but last year I ate more than I would ever admit.”

Meanwhile, some complained that the maple leaf cream cookies contained far too much sugar for their taste.

According to Aldi, the leaf-shaped snack contains fresh maple syrup and maple shavings.

While prices may vary by location, an 11.4-ounce box costs $3.85 at a local location monitored by The US Sun.


But there’s a lot more candy this fall where it comes from.

Another offering from Aldi includes both the organic apple cinnamon and pumpkin spice coconut clusters.

Both contain a few grams of added sugar and natural flavors.

They are sold in 10-ounce bags for $6.29 each.

Costco fans recently discovered a new treat called Caramel Apple Mini Cake in the wholesaler’s bakery department.

“This fall treat features apple filling, caramel cake, sweet condensed milk frosting, and a drizzle of caramel,” Instagram fan account @costcobuys posted.

While prices vary by location, the item was available in a 48-ounce box of six for $8.99.

Additionally, Costco has brought back its iconic pumpkin pie.

Shoppers mostly know it for its great value, with the 58-ounce (3.63 pounds) item selling for just $5.99.

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For more related stories, McDonald’s has brought back a popular fall treat.

And Chips Ahoy! has discontinued a popular type of cookie.

Aila Slisco

Aila Slisco is a Dailynationtoday U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Aila Slisco joined Dailynationtoday in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing:

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