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Aldi launches incredible new baking range from £2.99

It goes on sale ahead of the August bank holiday

Chloe Best

If the upcoming return of the Great British Bake Off has inspired you to hone your baking skills, you may want to mark 27 August in your calendar. That is when Aldi launches its summer baking range, and with all you need to whip up your own baking masterpieces from £2.99, we think this is going to sell out fast!

Along with providing baking equipment and a number of gadgets, the range also offers inspiration from the queen of baking herself, with a selection of Mary Berry cookbooks available from £2.99.

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Aldi's summer baking range launches on 27 August

You'll be able to cook up some bank holiday weekend treats using the collection that includes retro baking accessories (£3.99), enamel pie dishes (£6.99) and silicon baking moulds (£6.99). And if you're partial to mini pancakes or waffles you'll be able to make an American-style brunch using the Sweet Treat Maker, a steal at £19.99.

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But it is the classic stand mixer that is set to be the most sought after piece. This gadget is available in four colours with a balloon whisk, beater and dough hook with a six speed rotary control, and costs £64.99 – much more budget-friendly than many others on the market.

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The classic stand mixer costs £64.99

The supermarket has been making headlines recently thanks to its impressive range of Specialbuys and award-winning own brand alcohol range. At the end of July Aldi launched a vintage-style homeware range featuring duvet covers from £14.99 and a number of home accessories for as little as £2.99.

Meanwhile the brand's Oliver Cromwell London Dry Gin has seen a huge surge in demand after it was named one of the best gins in the world at the International Wine and Spirits Competition. The spirit, which costs £9.99 per bottle, fought off competition from brands that were four times the price in the London Dry category.

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