Aldi Is Selling Olive Garden’s Salad Dressing and Croutons Right Now

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Yes, it's the same dressing that comes on the "Famous House Salad."

Well, there’s a good reason that the salad at Olive Garden goes by the name Famous House Salad. It’s kind of ironic that so many of us are obsessed with the leafy green option at this pasta restaurant.

But it’s great, and we all know it! So we’re grateful to Olive Garden for offering its dressing and croutons at a few select retailers, so we can dress up our homemade salads to resemble our favorite menu item. Read on to see where you can pick them up!

Is This Dressing the Real Deal?

Yes. Seriously, we’re so excited to have this stuff on our pantry shelves. Best of all, it’s Aldi, so the price is right, too. A pack of the “signature recipe” garlic and Romano croutons costs just $1.49, while 16 ounces of that iconic “signature Italian” dressing will run you $2.99.

But wait, there’s more! Walmart and Target offer these tasty croutons as well. Plus, both Walmart and Target are offering a larger-sized dressing option than Aldi: You can find a 24-ounce version for $4.39. If you’re looking for something on the lower-calorie side, Walmart has you covered with Olive Garden’s light Italian dressing for $2.98 per bottle.

How Can I Buy the Dressing and Croutons?

No matter where you end up buying your Olive Garden salad dressing, we recommend shopping online and doing curbside pickup or delivery. Be sure to check out the things you should know before you place an order.

Once you have your dressing and croutons, you should definitely try this copycat Olive Garden salad recipe—or any of these imitation Olive Garden recipes.

Buon appetito!

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Emily adores both food and writing, so combining those passions as a writer for Taste of Home makes perfect sense. Her work has also appeared in Birds & Blooms and on TV Insider. When she’s not eating peanut butter straight from the jar, you'll find her running or birdwatching. Emily is currently a journalism graduate student at the University of Missouri.