Christmas can be one of the most expensive times of the year. With presents to buy, travelling to see family, the dreaded cost of living crisis, bloomin’ heating and of course, feeding the whole family.
But, feeding the family doesn’t have to cost a fortune over the Christmas period with cheaper options being offered by major supermarkets.
One Yorkshire supermarket has delivered the goods with the cheapest Christmas dinner that money can buy. East Yorkshire’s Heron supermarket is selling a four-person meal that costs just £15.
That works out ar around £3.75 per potion, which can’t be bad, especially with the cost of everything else at the minute. But, what does it include?
The £15 Heron supermarket Christmas dinner includes a turkey joint stuffed with pork, sage and onion, along with roast potatoes, Brussels sprouts with bacon, roasted carrots and parsnips, cauliflower cheese, chantenay carrots, Yorkshire puddings, which some people say doesn’t belong on a Christmas dinner and everyone’s favourite pigs in blankets.
Everything included in Heron’s £15 deal for four:
- The Best Buy Turkey Joint with Pork, Sage and Onion Stuffing 900g – £7
- The Best Buy Roasted Root Vegetables 500g – £2
- Cauliflower Cheese 325g – £1.79
- Aunt Bessie’s Duck Fat Roast Potatoes 700g – £2
- Aunt Bessie’s 4 Spectacular Yorkshires 220g – £1.89
- 12 Pigs in Blankets 240g – £2.50
- The Best Buy Brussels Sprouts with Bacon 500g – £1.69
- The Best Buy Chantenay Carrots with Butter 500g – £1.69
Buying these items separately would cost £20.56, saving over a fiver with this deal. And even more so is the fact that it is still cheaper than Asda’s which is just under £22.
Feature Image Credit: Heron