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With coronavirus restrictions in place until at least June, we're going to be doing lots of socialising outdoors in the coming months.
So, why not get your home garden party appropriate by investing in a BBQ Pizza Oven?
Now is the time, as Aldi has just launched its garden range in time for the holiday, and while a pizza oven can usually cost hundreds, if not thousands of pounds, the budget supermarket's offering is much more affordable.
At just £39.99, the Gardenline BBQ Pizza Oven is just a fraction of the price of others on the market, and the reviews - gushing over "amazing" and "perfect" 12-inch pizzas - really speak for themselves.
Following in the footsteps of Aldi's cult OG pizza oven in 2018, the Aldi BBQ pizza oven is cheaper because it comes as an add-on to your barbecue, rather than as a standalone utensil.
The idea is the device sits on top of your grill, so the inner stone warms up, ready to cook a delicious freshly-made pizza in under ten minutes.
A description of the product reads: "Portable with two carry handles, this barbecue pizza oven can be used on gas and charcoal barbecues to cook pizzas of up to 12 inches easily and effectively".
The BBQ Pizza Oven went on sale on the 25th March and literally flew off the virtual shelves in a matter of minutes. It's currently out of stock but Aldi is promising it'll be back soon, so keep your eyes peeled.
You can check Aldi's website to see if it's back in stock. Tyla has contacted Aldi for more deets.
It's not just a pizza oven available at Aldi's garden cooking store. You can also get your hands on a £34.99 electric grill so you can rustle up a feast in the sun without breaking the bank.
Currently available online now, but selling fast, the Ambiano Electric Grill is "perfect for both indoor and outdoor use," according to the supermarket.
Plus, it comes with handy side trays so you can keep your BBQ food organised, and there's a non-stick coating on the grill as well as an automatic switch off function, and overheating protection.
Gardenline's Duel Fuel BBQ is also coming soon, at a slightly pricier (but still very reasonable) £149.99.
"With a durable, powder-coated steel frame with wheels for easy movement, this unit is not only convenient but provides everything you need to get the job done (bar the food of course!)," Aldi tease.
"You'll be set for the summer with this barbecue with two cooking areas offering both convenience and great taste in one."
Sounds pretty neat to us.
Our summer just got a whole lot better! Pizza party at ours?
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