POUNDLAND has launched new Christmas sandwiches costing just £1 each, perfect for getting in the festive spirit,
The full range consists of two brand new offerings both of which are available in stores today as well as the return of the festive bake.
The Festive Feast Sandwich
First in the Poundland Christmas range is a Festive Feast sandwich.
This is filled with butter basted turkey, cranberry chutney, chicken breast, seasoned mayonnaise and pork, sage and onion stuffing – all on malted brown bread.
The sandwich contains 337 calories and costs just a pound.
Pigs Under Blankets Sandwich
Next in the line up is Poundlands Pigs Under Blankets sandwich.
The filling consists of Lincolnshire spiced sausage, cranberry chutney, seasoned mayonnaise and streaky bacon, sandwiched between malted brown bread.
It's slightly more calorific, containing 383 calories, and again costs £1.
If you fancy something hot, you'll be pleased to know Poundland is bringing back its popular festive bake for 2020.
Similar to the classic Gregg's Christmas bake, the pasty is made up of chicken breast, pork and cranberries in a sage sauce.
It can be eaten chilled or heated up in the oven for 20-25 minutes.
When the copycat bake was rolled out last year it was twice the size of the Gregg's option and cost 55p less.
The Sun has asked Poundland how much the bake will cost this year, as well as whether it will still weigh in at an impressive 300g. We will update this article when we know more.
The full sandwich range will be on sale in Poundland stores until the end of December, so you can even treat yourself to one between Christmas and New Year.
There are over 800 Poundland stores across the UK and you can find your nearest using the store finder tool.
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