Now You Can Cook Three Pizzas At Once With Aldi's New Pizza Tray
It's the little things that count in life. Some little things just annoy you, like having people round for food and the match - but not being able to cook multiple pizzas at the same time. Then there are other little things that solve problems like these, such as Aldi's new three-tier pizza cooking tray.
To be honest, it's much a simple solution that we're genuinely amazed that nobody has tried it before.
"Perfect for families and entertaining guests, you will no longer have to juggle the shelves in your oven and move things around to get everything cooked at the same time."
Aldi is also flogging a pizza oven that attaches to your barbecue, so you can even get an idea of that wood-burned pizza taste in the comfort of your own home.
Of course, once you've got your outside pizza barbecue extension and your indoor three-tier multiple pizza solution, you're going to need some frozen pizzas to throw on them, and at the risk of this ending up reading like an Aldi advert (which it isn't, but if you want to send us some gear Aldi, you know where we are), they're even doing a range of 67p frozen pizzas that are, by all accounts, actually really good.
"I've never posted before, but I thought this needs a shout out - I am so impressed with Aldi's 67p pizza;" wrote one person in the Reduce Your Supermarket Spend Facebook group, a veritable goldmine of cheap shopping tips. They added that it's "not like your normal basic pizza where it comes with no cheese and a paper feel base."
Another person wrote: "They look amazing for that price... usually the cheaper ones from shops the base is like cardboard and toppings very thin."
Naturally, it's not possible to talk about frozen pizzas and the various methods of cooking them without giving you a stern lecture on why maybe they aren't the sort of thing that you should be eating all the time.
The aforementioned cheese and tomato pizza contains 720 calories in its 288g, which is a fair old whack in fairness, but then maybe pizza isn't the sort of thing that you really use for health food anyway.
Featured Image Credit: Aldi