Iceland has released the details of its brand new festive pie and we think it’s going to be a best-seller this Christmas.
Every year the supermarkets seem to up their games when it comes to Christmas foods and we couldn’t be happier with this year’s tempting line up of treats.
Not one to miss out on the action, this year Iceland are offering a festive pie filled with everything you could ever want from a Christmas dinner.
The buttery short crust pasty pie is generously filled with turkey, sprouts, cranberries, smoked bacon, onions, peas, carrots, stuffing and a full-sized pig in blanket.
The full size pigs in blanket are quite a special touch and during the Christmas previews the team were told it is someone’s job to carefully hand-place the bacon-wrapped sausages in each pie to ensure they don’t get damaged by the machinery.
Perfect for those who can’t wait until the 25th December to tuck into a Christmas dinner, these single portion pies will get everyone feeling jolly.
Hitting the shelves of Iceland stores across the UK from the 18 November, the Festive Pies will no doubt be a bestseller.
Feeling inspired? If you can’t wait until the 18 November, try making your own Christmas Dinner Pie!
Also in the Christmas range from Iceland is some delightful Tempura Sprouts. Although they may be a little unconventional as a side to your main feast, they are perfect as party food and are sure to get your guests chatting!
Serve with some special condiments like a sweet chilli sauce for an Asian twist or you could even dunk them into a gooey baked Camembert.
The sprouts are likely to be available from next month as with the majority of the Christmas range.
For something sweet, Iceland’s five gold rings dessert is a real showstopper and will bring a little theatre to your dinner table.
The dark chocolate shell is filled with a Belgian chocolate mousse, sated caramel sauce and a dark chocolate cookie base.
It looks almost too good to eat when you drizzle the warm dark chocolate sauce down the sides but we’re sure you won’t be able to resist.
What is your favourite food to eat over the Christmas period? Will you be stocking up on any of Iceland’s festive selection? Head over our Facebook page to join the conversation and share your thoughts!