PUBLISHED: 09:04, Thu, Oct 1, 2020 | UPDATED: 09:05, Thu, Oct 1, 2020
Marks and Spencer has a whole range of festive goodies hitting the shelves in December. From starters, to mains, to puddings, M&S has everything you can think off. They have also added 14 new lines to the range including more vegetarian and vegan food than the shop has ever seen before. Customers can explore the full festive range online now, with some exclusive items that can be pre-ordered from today.
With our celebrations being smaller this year, M&S’ festive range is sure to help you still enjoy Santa’s big day.
For starters, there are food items like king prawns, chicken doughnuts and camembert.
With a festive twist on the king prawns, this delicious starter is wrapped in alder smoked bacon to recreate the popular pigs in blankets which are seen in shops every year at Christmas.
The king prawns cost just £7.
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With a festive twist on the king prawns, this delicious starter is wrapped in alder smoked bacon (Image: M&S)
The chicken doughnuts are battered British chicken breast in ring shapes which come with their own BBQ sauce and waffle crumbs for dipping.
The Tear & Share handcrafted cheese puff pastry with molten Camembert will be in shops for £12 and instead of offering crusty bread with the cheesy dip, M&S have included cheddar and regatta buttery pastry puffs.
Mini beef and porcini filled Yorkshires are also on the menu too for £7.
April Preston, Director of Product Development at M&S, said in the press release: "This year, customers have been telling us they want to embrace the spirit of Christmas more than ever. We won’t want to confine Christmas to one day, we’ll be looking to extend the festive season and turn it into a series of moments, celebrating with loved ones in whatever way we can."
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