The retailer also made two reductions, but countered these with two hikes, the most dramatic of which was on the macaroni cheese, which was up 80p after a round-pound deal ended.
Morrisons came in second with a basket costing £2.54 more. It was the only retailer to offer the naan bread at 50p. Its other bargains included the Australian wine at £3.40 and white granulated sugar, which was half price at 49p.
Sainsbury's emerged third with a razor that cost £1.73 more than Asda's. The retailer made three reductions and a whopping nine hikes. But it offered the cheapest honeydew melon at £1.50 and Birds Eye Chicken Dippers at £2.49.
Fourth-place Tesco's basket cost 54p more than Sainsbury's. It made four hikes and two small reductions, the largest a 3p cut on the Bird's Custard Powder.
Waitrose lagged behind with a £70.48 basket and was the most expensive for several items, including the Australian red wine, Stilton cheese and courgettes.