Mums rave about Aldi’s £1.69 wine glass holders for storing kids’ snacks & the kitchen cupboards have never been tidier

WE can’t deny it – we’d love to be the kind of person who strategically unpacks their food shop and has a designated place in our kitchen for each item.

But we’re normally so frazzled by the time we get home that we chuck anything and everything wherever we can find the space – right?


The cheap Aldi hangers also free up space underneathCredit: Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK group/Facebook
This mum showed off the hack before moving it into her cupboard


This mum showed off the hack before moving it into her cupboardCredit: Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK group/Facebook

Although we got away with this for years, a key part of being a parent means having kids’ snack available at a moment’s notice – which is where this top mum tip comes in handy.

Posting on the Facebook group Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK, savvy mums have been raving about Aldi’s new £1.99 wine glass holders.

But rather than using them to store their glasses, parents noticed that the lid of their kids’ favourite pouches also fits perfectly on the hanger.

Sharing a photo of the product in action, one member of the group wrote: “I’m actually pretty impressed with thinking of this!


“Today in Aldi I picked up this wine glass holder for £1.69 reduced, and then placed my daughters pouches through instead!

“4 rows and can fit 6 pouches on each row. Well chuffed with this. Might help others out.”

Not only does the organisation tip help you keep track of what pouches you’ve got left but it also frees up space on the bottom of your cupboard too.

Unsurprisingly, the post inspired another mum to stock up on the wine glass holders.

And after putting it into practice, she branded it an “absolute game-changer.”

“You’re a genius,” another wrote. “I’ve been searching for a ‘tidy’ way to store pouches for months!”

Meanwhile, a third gushed: “This is brilliant!!!”

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