This weeks Aldi special buys are perfect if you're on a January health kick

New year, new you? If you're serious about improving your health this year, you'll love Aldi's special buys

Aldi healthy eating buys
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Everyone's favourite supermarket, Aldi is currently offering super impressive discounts on a load of healthy eating essentials as part of their weekly special buys. And you know what that means. No more excuses not to stick to those New Year resolutions... 

You can always count on Aldi to provide the goods on a budget and we're pleased to see that they're here to help motivate us through dry/vegan/healthy January and beyond. Whether you're a culinary god(dess) after some new recipes for healthy eating inspo, or you're on the market for a kitchen equipment revamp (without breaking the bank), Aldi's got you covered.

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1. Choose eggs for a healthy, hearty breakfast

Aldi egg cooker

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C'mon, admit that this is an eggcellent idea (sorry)... Achieving the perfect poach doesn't need to be a hit and miss task. With three cooking levels at your disposal, you can achieve your ideal result every single time. 

Plus, it comes with a measuring cup and a piercer, a poached egg tray and an omelette tray. And it can hold up to six eggs, so no more frantic family breakfast time. 

Egg Cooker, £7.99 at Aldi

2. Enjoy a healthier version of your favourite foods

Halogen air fryer

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With the help of an air fryer you can ditch all of that oil and still treat yourself to your fave treat foods, without the guilt. That's right folks this halogen air fryer uses little to no fat and can grill, bake and roast to perfection. 

For just £27.99 this gadget comes with a whole load of features, including a recipe book, tongs, trays, an infrared removable glass bowl and loads more. Seriously, you won't regret the golden brown finish you'll achieve from this nifty piece of equipment. We're certain it'll be a hit with the whole family.

Ambiano Halogen Air Fryer, £29.99 at Aldi

3. Prepare healthy meals with minimal effort

Slow cooker

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It's no secret that we're absolutely obsessed with slow cookers. If it's a healthy body, mind and soul you're after in 2020, this is your gadget. Simply chuck in your ingredients and go about your day, safe in the knowledge that you'll return to a perfectly prepared dinner.

With an LCD display panel and an integrated timer that ranges from 30 minutes to 20 hours, this slow cooker is ideal if you live a busy life. Plus there's a one hour keep warm setting so don't worry about that frantic dash home the second your meal is cooked. Health and safety anxiety? The tempered glass lid is heat resistant and it has non-slip feet. 

Ambiano Digital Slow Cooker, £27.99 at Aldi

4. Make food prep easier than ever

mini chopper from Aldi

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Food prep just got a whole lot easier thanks to this Ambiano mini chopper. Blitz your veggies without straining your wrist - it's just a one touch operation! There are two speed settings and the stainless steel blades are removable. What's more, the parts are dishwasher safe.

Ambiano Mini Chopper, £9.99 at Aldi

5. Stay inspired with new recipe ideas

Aldi cookbook for slimming

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We've said it once but we'll say it again: healthy food doesn't mean boring food! The Pinch of Nom cookbook has 100 easy-to-make – but super tasty – healthy recipes, including 33 vegetarian options.

Pinch Of Nom Book, £5.99 at Aldi

6. Ensure you've got the essentials 

Chopping boards

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There's not much we can say about chopping boards other than that if you're looking to encourage lots of fresh home cooking, they're nothing short of essential.

These Crofton Chopping Boards come in a set of four and are colour coded to help avoid cross-contamination. This great buy also includes a holder with a non-slip base. Plus, they're dishwasher safe. 

Crofton Chopping Board Set, £4.99 at Aldi

7. Cook meat to perfection

Aldi george foreman grill

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George Foreman is the world's leading brand when it comes to grills. They're super versatile, with the capability to grill chicken breast, vegetables and make killer toasties. They also are ridiculously easy to use and have a simple surface to wipe clean with a damp cloth, kitchen roll or sponge.

This model is non-stick, meaning there's no need to use oil or butter. And the floating hinge means you can cook thicker foods inside. A drip tray is also included to minimise mess (and it can be stored in the top drawer of the dishwasher). 

George Foreman Grill, £19.99 at Aldi

8. Prepare healthy lunches from home

Aldi salad boxes

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We all need a bit of a nudge sometimes to remind us that buying lunch out everyday is not good for our health or our pockets. 

These BPA free salad lunch boxes are fab to transport when on-the-go, thanks to easy locking clips, as well as a divided insert tray and dressing pot that's perfect for keep everything separate and fresh.

The size is generous proving once again that health doesn't mean minuscule portions. Plus, they're dishwasher, microwave, fridge and freezer safe.

Sistema Salad Max Lunch Box, £4.99 at Aldi

9. Make it easy to stay hydrated while out and about

Sports water bottle

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One of the easiest ways to improve your health is to improve your hydration. And these super sweet water bottles will help you do just that. We're also keen on green this year, so we want to ditch disposable water bottles and opt for a reusable alternative. These bottles are made with durable Tritan and are BPA free. 

Run Now Water Tracker Bottle, £2.99 at Aldi

10. As well as at home

Aldi water filter

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You heard us - hydration, hydration, hydration! The Brita water filter will have you feeling fresh and hydrated while at home. Again, this solution cuts waste, is 100% recyclable and fits in your fridge too. We're sold.

Brita Water Filter, £9.99 at Aldi

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Niamh is a freelance journalist and the Head of Content at Raft Furniture. She is obsessed with all things interior design, with a particular focus on sustainability and city-dweller style. The wooden floorboards and built-in bookcase in Niamh’s rented North London home occupy her daydreams between writing, and after work, she has a knack for finding cheap plane tickets.