Iceland unveils its Christmas 2021 food range including king prawns in blankets and mini lasagna bites

This year, Iceland’s festive selection is bigger than ever to help shoppers make up for missed celebrations in 2020

Iceland King Prawns in Blankets
Customers can expect new festive treats like these King Prawns in Blankets

Christmas will be here before we know it and supermarkets are helping us get prepared for the holiday season with their latest collections.

Several chains including Morrisons, M&S and Tesco have already revealed their festive food ranges for 2021.

Now, Iceland has become the latest supermarket to release its Christmas products. You can find

The frozen food specialist has gone bigger than ever before with its festive range, making up for lost celebrations last year.

From an impressive array of new starters and party foods, to mouth-watering desserts, there are plenty of Yuletide treats on offer this December.

Iceland’s Extra Tasty Turkey Crown

With prices starting from just £1.89, the Iceland Christmas range will be gradually released online and in stores from this week for those wanting to do their festive shopping early.

Highlights include the brand new King Prawns in Blankets. Yep, it’s time to swap your pigs in blankets for these tail-on king prawns wrapped in smoked streaky bacon. How delicious does that sound?

Next there’s the Mini Lasagne Bites, which are cooked fettuccine pasta mixed with a succulent tomato and beef sauce and grated vintage cheddar and mozzarella. They’re also finished with a coating of golden breadcrumb – a perfect party crowd-pleaser.

Another decadent starter on the menu is Iceland’s Luxury Mac & Cheese Tart. A puff pastry tart is filled with cooked macaroni pasta in a creamy vintage cheddar cheese sauce, topped with golden toasted breadcrumbs and grated red Leicester cheese, and finished with a seasoning of parsley.

Iceland’s Mini Lasagne Bites

There are even canapés for sweet-toothed customers in the Iceland range and they’re bound to leave you wanting more.

Shoppers can pick up the indulgent Matchmaking Cups, which are chocolate cups filled with whipped cream and finished with a dusting of chocolate powder. What could possibly be better? Choose from a dark chocolate flavor with cool mint or milk chocolate with tangy orange.

If you’re planning to do some online grocery shopping in Iceland, you can get £10 off by ordering through TopCashback.

The cashback site is giving all new members £10 off when they spend £35 or more at Iceland online, perfect if you need to do a big shop for the month.

To claim the savings you need to sign up to TopCashback and follow the steps below by 23:59pm on 31st October, 2021. TopCashback will then track your order and pay out the £10 cashback, which can then be transferred to a bank or Paypal account or redeemed as vouchers.

How to claim:

  1. Sign-up to TopCashback for free.

  2. Visit the £10 cashback at Iceland deal and click through to Iceland to spend £35 or more.

  3. TopCashback will then track your order and pay out the bonus to your account within 14 days of the promotion end date.

Or why not try the supermarket’s Chocolate Christmas Presents? Each one is filled with an exquisite chocolate and orange flavored mascarpone – yum!

For the main event Iceland has prepared a selection meat centrepieces, including the Extra Tasty Turkey Crown, Sea Salt & Black Pepper Sirloin Joint and the Carvery Lamb Shoulder with Garlic & Thyme Butter.

Iceland’s first Christmas-dedicated online page went live this week, offering a one stop shop for frozen Christmas product and making it easier for customers to plan ahead.

What’s more? Shoppers can be notified when a particular Christmas product becomes available by entering their email address and contact details on the Iceland website.

To find out your nearest branch of Iceland, use the online store finder tool here.

Have you been tempted by Iceland’s Christmas 2021 food range? Or will you be stocking up on items from another supermarket? Let us know in the comments section below


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