B&M’s Christmas food range has hit stores and will make Christmas dinner shopping a whole lot easier for bargain hunter thanks to some incredible deals!
The discount store has launched a festive food range that includes such classics as turkey, sprouts, spuds, and puddings – with the prices ranging from just £1 to £9.
One of the most delicious looking items in this new festive food range is the diamond scored gammon that has a spice honey glaze. It would make the perfect dish to serve up to guests on Boxing Day.
Costing £6, the diamond scored gammon weighs a kilogram.
Meanwhile, there a range of side dishes to present on the table, including a pack of 12 pigs in blankets for the bargain price of £2.
There is even a 400g readymade cauliflower cheese dish that will set you back £1.75. All you need to do is make sure to heat it thoroughly.
B&M has provided plenty of easy to prep dishes such as the dauphinoise potatoes that also cost £1.75. A bag of sprouts will cost you only £1 too!
The range has a traditional turkey parcel that is filled with a homely onion stuffing and it is even wrapped in bacon. This 1.25kg joint will cost you £9.
For pudding, you can drool over a £4 salted caramel pavlova that is made from a crispy meringue shell which is topped with chocolate swirls and of course, an oozing salted caramel sauce.
In recent news, it has been announced that Aldi has been voted by Good Housekeeping as the most affordable supermarket for your Christmas shopping, as it will only set you back £3.10 per head.
So, before you decide to head your nearest and most convenient supermarket, maybe you should have a look around so you can get the absolute most for your money.
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