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Good news, everybody - Aldi is set to start flogging a Slush Puppie machine for under £55.
Now all we need is for the weather to stop acting like it's winter and we're all set for summer.
Yep, you could soon be making your own 'blue flavoured' slushies at home, because the budget supermarket is offering a Slush Puppie Bundle for £54.99 as one of its online-only Special Buys available from 17 May.
The bundle consists of a 1lt slush maker, a four-pack of syrups, and some branded paper cups and straws - what more could you ask for, eh?
The machine can give you either fine or coarse slush, depending on what you fancy, and will probably get used for about a week before being put away in the cupboard, like the juicer you bought or the mini doughnut maker - but for £54.99 you're going to have a few glorious slush-filled days, so who can argue with that?
Online the machines have got some rave reviews, with one person posting: "Easy to use perfect for summer time."
A second said: "Good fun, nice for children and adults alike."
And perhaps most helpful of all, another person wrote: "This was a present for my son who's in this last year at uni.
"He's a big kid at heart. He said it was easy to put together even after a few beers."
Elsewhere in Aldi, shoppers have been delighted with the supermarket's own brand fish burgers that taste exactly like a McDonald's Fillet-o-Fish, but for only £1.49 a pack.
The Buttermilk Fish Burgers have been praised for their likeness to the fast food favourite from Maccies, with one happy customer writing: "Splendid! Crispy, tasty and lots of fish (rather than breadcrumb).
"Stick them in a roll with tartare sauce, a slice of that rubbery cheese that melts and some iceberg lettuce."
Another wrote: These are the closest tasting burgers to McDonald's Fillet-o-Fish."
While one sensible shopper said: "Great price for a McDonald's equivalent fillet fish burger."
The Catch Co burgers from Aldi are made from 100 percent Alaskan pollock fillet, which is certified sustainably sourced, if you're interested.
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