I’M just pudding it out there . . . the best bit about Christmas is the desserts.I love those sweet treats and so do you, with us Brits set to eat 25
I’M just pudding it out there . . . the best bit about Christmas is the desserts.
I love those sweet treats and so do you, with us Brits set to eat 25 million Christmas puddings and 175 million mince pies this year.
You can bank on these treats for a fantastic festive feast for less.
ICE, ICE, BABY: For some incredible-looking desserts, I recommend Iceland.
Its luxury Belgian chocolate snowflake looks amazing for £7. I also like the luxury Irish cream & butterscotch roulade, which serves six for £4.
New customers at iceland.co.uk can currently save £5 on a £40 shop using the code ICEFIVE.
BITESIZE: If small and sweet is a winner for you, head to Waitrose.
You can save £1 when you buy two of its Christmas mini treats, such as iced fruit bites and Christmas chocolate brownie bites.
MORE PUD FOR YOUR POUND: For an extra tasty Christmas pudding that serves eight, forget paying £8 for the 800g Tesco Finest one and head to Asda for its 907g pudding – price £4.
SAVE: £4, plus get an extra 107g of pudding
ROLE WITH IT: I’m a huge fan of profiteroles, so I was amazed when I found the Croquembouche box at Iceland for a fiver – it comes with approximately 60 profiteroles.
Yum! Plus, it’s far cheaper than the Tesco one which is £15.
CHRISTMAS COTTAGE: The Deluxe dark chocolate & salted caramel cottage went down a treat last year at Lidl and it’s back now at £6.99.
Although, I spotted the extra special vegan Belgian dark chocolate & cherry cottages at Asda for £3 and they sound great.
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