AN Irish foodie has tried Aldi's mac and cheese crispbakes and given his verdict.

Colin Duff, who can be found online at @thegrubking96, shared his review of the cheesy snack with his followers.

He started the video by saying: "We're giving this a go, I went to Aldi today and they had these mac and cheese crispbakes."

The mac and cheese product he tried from Aldi is 2 Mac & Cheese Crispbakes by Crestwood.

He took it out of the packaging and placed it on a tray in the oven for 18 minutes at 180 degrees.

Colin took it out of the oven once it was golden brown.

Once he started cutting, he told fans the results were unreal as it looked melty and delicious.

He finished the video by saying: "Definitely look great and give it a go, absolutely amazing."

Fans were in a frenzy over the Aldi mac and cheese crispbakes.


Meanwhile, a foodie has revealed their upside down pastry hack and it is perfect for lazy cooks.

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The tasty treat only takes a few minutes to make and is the perfect mouth-watering snack.

They explained: “You have got to try the viral caramelised upside down pastry.

“I’ve seen so many versions of this going around and I decided to make mine with honey, bacon and mozzarella and it was delicious.

“I’m literally obsessed with this recipe and it’s so easy to make.”

TikTok chef @thesugafix, who has racked up thousands of followers for their “dessert mashups”, shared a video of the recipe.

First they added a large squirt of honey to greaseproof paper, before adding strips of bacon on top.

Next they sprinkled on grated mozzarella to give it a nice coating.

Finally they added some puff pastry in a large rectangle on top so it covered the ingredients.

The food lover then pressed in the edges to seal the pastry parcel, and brushed on some butter so it would get a nice brown colour in the oven.

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The timing and temperature you need to cook the pastry parcel depends on the instructions on the box.

After it was removed from the oven it looked absolutely delicious, and many TikTok users seemed keen to try.

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