Christmas food. I feel like that’s all I ever write about these days, but when the holidays are mere days away – it’s kind of an inevitability.
This one is a bit of a game-changer, though, Christmas pizza by ASDA. What makes it so Christmassy? Well, it’s got pigs in blankets all over it.
— Anna (@annamariah_xo) 4 December 2018
It’s just £2.30 for a 10 inch or £3.50 for a 14 inch. It has two different cheeses , turkey, pigs in blankets, sage and onion stuffing and a sachet of cranberry sauce for drizzling.
If, like me, you think cranberry sauce is the devil, then this is great as you can simply chuck it in the bin. Or give it to your weird mates who love it. Either way, you don’t have to taint your own food with red slush.
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If you prefer to have your pigs in blankets pizza cooked by someone else – you might want to head to Wetherspoons.
Whoever gets the absolute pleasure and joy of coming up with weird and wonderful menu item ideas around Christmas time, I absolutely love you. Thank you for gifting us with delicious treats that we never even knew we needed in our lives until now.
One of those is the ever-lovely, Wetherspoons. Ah yes, if you’ve lived in the UK for any amount of time then you’ll know that Spoons is an absolute staple if you’re wanting something simple, effective and cost efficient. The food is tasty enough, and the alcohol is perfectly priced to get a couple of pre-drinks down you without breaking the bank.
I know, it looks as delicious as it sounds. The pizza comes with sliced Brie, cranberry sauce, and rocket on top, and then obviously finished with pigs in blankets, but there’s even more. If you don’t fancy the pizza, and think hmm I just want a big ol’ load of piggys in a blanket to gobble on this Christmas, then you can – as Wetherspoons has also released a side sharer of seven pigs in blankets with cranberry sauce.
Prawn fans will also love the fact that you can now buy a prawn and avocado wrap, and also a typical prawn with marie rose sauce salad. But the absolute creme de la creme of the Christmas menu is their dessert offerings, which sound absolutely delicious. Baileys bread pudding, and Lotus Biscoff marshmallow stack.
The Bailey’s bread and butter pudding is topped with chocolate and custard, while the Biscoff stack includes delicious brownie and marshmallow to round off the delicious treat.
I don’t know about you, but I’m rushing over to Wetherspoons right now. You have until Christmas Eve to enjoy as many of these as you can!