Aldi Australia shoppers are obsessing over these panini crusts – and they cost just $2.99

Australian shoppers are obsessing over $2.99 panini crusts from Aldi, with many insisting it’s one of the supermarket’s best kept secrets.  

The frozen easy-to-bake baguette slices consist of tomatoes, basil and three types of cheeses – including Edam, cheddar and mozzarella. 

The pizza slices have been around in stores for years but dozens of shoppers recently revealed on social media it’s a regular snack in their home.

Australian shoppers are obsessing over $2.99 panini crusts from Aldi, with many insisting it's one of the supermarket's 'best kept secrets'

Australian shoppers are obsessing over $2.99 panini crusts from Aldi, with many insisting it’s one of the supermarket’s ‘best kept secrets’

‘You have got to get some of these from Aldi. Super good,’ one woman wrote in a Facebook group, adding she cooks them in her air fryer for just five minutes. 

Many said the panini crusts are perfect on days when they have nothing to eat or don’t feel like cooking. 

‘We love them. They are just wonderful for a snack,’ one woman wrote in a Facebook group, while another said: ‘I love them. That’s my Saturday lunch.’

‘They are the best… Disappointed my secret is out – went under the radar for years,’ one revealed, while another added: ‘They are great been eating them for years.’

The frozen easy-to-bake baguette slices consist of tomatoes, basil and three types of cheeses - including Edam, cheddar and mozzarella

The frozen easy-to-bake baguette slices consist of tomatoes, basil and three types of cheeses – including Edam, cheddar and mozzarella

Last month, shoppers went wild over the $13.99 home-style ribs come covered in a sweet and smoky barbecue sauce

Last month, shoppers went wild over the $13.99 home-style ribs come covered in a sweet and smoky barbecue sauce 

Many said the crusts are packed to the brim with ingredients while others revealed they always add something extra just to take the snack to the next level.

‘They are good. I like them as they come but hubby adds salami to his,’ one wrote.

And another added: ‘I love these, even better with a handful of diced bacon scattered on top.’

The panini crusts come just weeks after shoppers went wild over the $13.99 Farmwood home style ribs with a sweet and smoky barbecue sauce.

‘The best ribs, just melts in your mouth,’ one mum said, while another added: ‘I think they’re some of the best ribs I’ve had and [so] cheap.’