12, 12, 2016
Deliciously light, adventurous, quick to prepare and cook starters. All the components to make Christmas Dinner in under hour! Vegetarian, Pescatarian, Free From, Convenience. Show-stopping trimmings. Mouth watering desserts. You will get all of this and more at Co-Op this Christmas, at bargain prices you won’t quite believe.
This year Co-Op have a Christmas Dinner deal starting today and running until Christmas Eve, £10 Frozen Christmas Dinner Deal. Usually selling the turkey joint alone for £10, this is the perfect for anyone who wants to save themselves some money, has last minute add-ons to their guest list, or is just struggling with the increasing prices that sadly don’t come alongside a pay rise. Or even just use it as a chance to stock up on roast essentials that can be used any time, not just Christmas.
The Frozen Christmas Dinner Deal includes the Stuffed Turkey Joint, McCain Roast Potatoes, Aunt Bessie’s Honey Glazed Roast Parsnips, Aunt Bessie’s 12 4 Minute Yorkshire Puddings, Aunt Bessie’s Button Sprouts Glazed with Thyme, Sade and Nutmeg, and a Viennetta Chocolate Nut, which if individually purchased would cost you double coming in at £20.
Even if you won’t necessarily make use of all the side pieces buy the deal and drop any unused items into your local Soup Kitchen and let them make use of them for homeless people. It literally doesn’t cost you a penny as you’ve essentially got them as a free add on, and you’ve done a good dead.
After attending Co-Op’s Christmas In July event a couple of years back I fell in love with their amazing quality of food that still manages to be sold at a reasonable price. Some people assume that the cheaper something is the worse the quality will be but Co-Op definitely prove this wrong in my opinion. I get excited for the Christmas range every year, even without having a Co-Op that close to me, I still make sure to get myself to one to stock on Christmas treats, but everyone is definitely starting to catch up with me as last year I just managed to grab the last packet of Scallops in Garlic Butter before they sold out, I would have literally cried then and there in the shop if I had missed them. Tell me where else you can get a 6 pack of Scallops for only £5, they were beautiful! I’m actually making myself drool, I might take myself off to Co-Op now.