Aldi Low Carb: 25 Irresistible Finds

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Do you grocery shop at ALDI? If not, you’re missing out on a great shopping experience! This popular grocery store with a cult following is well-known for its affordable prices and unique products. They offer a wide range of groceries, snacks, fresh produce, and household goods at prices typically lower than many competitors. ALDI’s selection of low-carb and keto products is just as impressive as its competitors, if not better. Check out 25 of our top finds!

Cheese Crisps

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Aldi Cheese crisps are a great salty snack that combines the irresistible flavor of real cheese with a satisfyingly crunchy texture. They are available in parmesan and cheddar flavors.

Pork Rinds

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Aldi’s pork rinds are a crispy and savory snack that offers the perfect combination of flavorful crunch and indulgent satisfaction.

Keto Cookies

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Aldi’s mini keto cookies come in a variety of flavors with low-carb ingredients, making them the perfect treat.

Keto Bread

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Aldi has a popular keto white bread is great for people who want to eat fewer carbs and still enjoy a sandwich.

Keto Tortillas

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Low-carb tortillas allow you to enjoy your favorite wraps, tacos and quesadillas with fewer carbs. They’re also great for making pizzas!

Keto Buns

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Lettuce-wrapped burgers are great, but Aldi Keto-friendly buns are for those who want to put the bun back on their burger!

Organic Produce

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Aldi’s fresh produce section is filled with a wide variety of high-quality fruits and vegetables, providing shoppers with abundant options at great prices.

Almond Milk

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Aldi’s low-carb organic almond milk is dairy-free, made from organic almonds and tastes great.


Cheese isle at store.
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Aldi’s assortment of cheeses offers a wide range of flavors and textures to please cheese enthusiasts, and their better prices than competitors make them an irresistible choice for budget-conscious shoppers. It’s a great place to shop for your keto charcuterie board.

Prepackaged Foods

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Aldi provides a wide range of snack meats such as salami and pre-packaged snacks, that are perfect for those following a low-carb lifestyle.


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Aldi offers a range of high-quality meats at affordable prices, including chicken, hamburger, steak, pork chops, and wild-caught salmon.

Cheese Wraps

Cheese wraps at grocery store.
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Aldi’s Parmesan cheese wraps are a unique and flavorful alternative to traditional tortillas, offering a low-carb option for creating delicious and satisfying wraps or sandwiches. They can also be cooked in the microwave or oven until crisp for tostadas and taco salads.

Egg Wraps

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Egg wraps can be used in various ways, such as making wrap sandwiches or as a substitute for tortillas. You can also cut them into strips to use as a pasta alternative.

Keto Snack Bars

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Aldi offers a variety of protein and snack bars that provide a convenient low-carb option.

Cheese Fries

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Halloumi cheese, available pre-cut into sticks at Aldi, is perfect for frying due to its firm texture and high melting point. When cooked, it results in a deliciously crisp exterior and a gooey, flavorful center.

High-Quality Cooking Oils

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Aldi offers a variety of cooking oils, including options like olive oil, avocado oil, and coconut oil, providing versatile and high-quality choices.

Keto Crackers

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Aldi’s almond flour crackers are a delicious and gluten-free snack, perfect for those seeking a crunchy and flavorful option. They come in a variety of flavors.

Low Carb Dips

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A variety of low-carb dips are delicious paired with cheese crisps or almond flour crackers. If you’re a big dill pickles and dips fan, you must try this Dill Pickle Dip.


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Aldi has a wide variety of nuts at lower costs compared to other stores, making them a budget-friendly choice for nut lovers.

Sparkling Water

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Aldi has their own sparkling water brand, offering a fizzy and refreshing choice for those who enjoy carbonated drinks without added sugar.

Bread Cheese

Bread cheese on store shelf.
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One popular way to prepare Aldi’s bread cheese is by grilling or frying it. This results in a crunchy exterior and a soft, melted interior like a classic grilled cheese sandwich.

Frozen Vegetables

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Aldi offers a variety of high-quality frozen vegetables, including the popular low-carb option of riced cauliflower. Try it in this Big Mac Skillet recipe!

Keto Ice Cream

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Aldi has keto ice cream and is as good in quality and flavor as national grocery store brands.

Beef Jerky

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Aldi offers zero-sugar beef jerky and sticks, a delicious and protein-packed snack option without any added sugars.

The Middle Isle

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Although it’s unrelated to food, I must mention Aldi’s seasonal houseware and decor section, also known as the “aisle of shame.” This spot is highly frequented by shoppers for its variety of trendy home goods at affordable prices, making it an economical option for those wanting to spruce up their living areas without breaking the bank.

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Author: Natasha Newton (Natasha's Southern Flavor)
Natasha is the founder of Natasha’s Southern Flavor. She has a passion for sharing delicious family friendly low-carb recipes that are easy to make and use readily accessible ingredients. Natasha has published three bestselling cookbooks. Her books and recipes have been featured by CNET, Delish, Mindbodygreen, Parade and Women’s Health. She enjoys traveling and spending time with her husband, two adult children, and three furbabies.
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  1. I always wanted to try Aldis but my son won’t take me there I don’t drive, but I’m going to tell him I want to try Aldis or else. lol

  2. we just found out by accident the aldi`s in our town carried many Kato items it really helps to stay on track when following a low carb diet. we have been back to the store several times. thanks aldi’s

  3. Why don’t you put an Aldi outlet in the wheatbelt area? Specially Narrogin? We don’t have a choice but only Coles and IGA. Please please.

    1. [email protected],why do you not put an Aldi store in Delrio tx,78840?we have H‑E‑B and Walmart,we need an Aldi,We are 40,000, but our border town is about 250,000 in population,WE NEED AN ALDI.

  4. Don’t think the UK Aldi sells the low carb stuff.It’s so hard to get hold of in the supermarkets here☹️.

  5. I’m from the UK. I don’t see any thing like this in Aldi over here. Does anyone know if they will introduce similar here?

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