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The perfect ice cream to pair with Frozen 2

It’s worth stocking up the freezer with treats this summer. Adults and children all enjoy a sugary boost, particular when they can’t go outside.

Aldi’s new multi-coloured cones are ideal to enjoy when watching Frozen 2. Disney+ is a family essential and you can now save 15% on your membership with the following link:

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Aldi’s delightfully dreamy Gianni’s Unicorn Ice Cream Cones (£1.39, pack of four), make for the perfect sweet treat. The chocolate wafer cones are filled with a vanilla and strawberry ice cream and white chocolate finger, and decadently layered with strawberry-flavoured rice krispies and lashings of strawberry sauce. For just £1.39, there’s nothing mythical about these amazingly low prices!

If that’s not enough, try out the ‘flamazing’ Gianni’s Flamingo Cones (£1.39, pack of four), made with vanilla and strawberry ice cream inside a chocolate wafer cone, and topped with a chocolate finger. The kids will love these un-cone-ditionally, almost as much as they love Elsa, Anna, Olaf and the rest of the Frozen gang.

Lap up scoop after scoop of Aldi’s oh-so-creamy Gianni’s Unicorn Tub (£1.49, 900ml). Filled with a rainbow of pink bubblegum and blue vanilla flavoured ice cream and mixed with pink marshmallow ripple and unicorn shaped sugar sprinkles, these tubs are unbelievably good, and make the perfect movie night snack!

Get into the spirit and ‘Let It Go’ by indulging in Aldi’s magical medley of Unicorn Lollies (£1.49, pack of six). These Unicorn-shaped, vanilla and strawberry flavoured ice cream treats are almost too cute to eat, and are the perfect popsicle for your at-home-cinema.

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