Tesco unveils its Christmas food range for 2021 including a profiterole gateau

From gingerbread latte cream liqueur to a brie that’s designed to be melted, Tesco’s 2021 Christmas range certainly won’t disappoint. Here’s a sneak peak at what’s in store this year

There are a whole host of delicious treats that will surely get you excited for Christmas

Tesco is one of the first major retailers to reveal its Christmas range for 2021, including a gingerbread liqueur and a profiterole gateau along with all the classic festive treats we don’t want to go without.

Summer is still underway and a heatwave is expected very soon, but that hasn’t stopped the supermarket chain from getting us in the mood for festive food. It’s never too early, right?

Expect juicy turkey crowns and crackling gammon joints packed with delicious flavour, succulent party food that requires minimal effort and and must-have desserts – including the show-stopping Speculoos Profiterole Gateau. Our mouths are watering just thinking about it.

The supermarket giant has also gone all out on vegan options this year with plenty of new additions to its plant-based ranges, including portobello mushroom wellingtons, beet & horseradish pastry parcels and spiced rum Christmas pudding.

The gingerbread latte cream liqueur is already available to pick up in stores, but you’ll need to be patient and wait for everything else to hit Tesco shelves.

Here are our top picks from this year’s Tesco Christmas food range.

Tesco Finest Baking Brie, £6

Have you seen anything more perfect?



Cheese lovers, get excited. Tesco has created a show-stopping brie that’s made to be melted – and we can’t think of anything more dreamy.

The flavorsome soft-baked treat is drizzled with a brandy glaze bursting with festive flavors including sweet fig and bitter notes from fruit peels.

Specially designed by Tesco chefs, it is also topped with crunchy walnut kernels for a spectacular finish.

Tesco Finest Gingerbread Latte Irish Cream Liqueur, £12

It’s available all year round



This gingerbread-flavoured cream liqueur is sure to go down a treat this festive season.

Notes of gingerbread and coffee are blended with hints of Irish single malt whiskey before being added to velvety Ballyrashane double cream.

Available all year round, it’s perfect for serving over ice or in a liqueur coffee with whipped cream.

Tesco Speculoos Profiterole Gateau, £4

This will certainly worthy be taking center stage at festive gatherings



Bring the wow factor to your Christmas dinner table with this extremely indulgent profiterole pudding.

A moist Speculoos-flavoured sponge is topped with profiteroles, silky sauce and crushed Speculoos biscuits for a satisfying crunch. How delicious does that sound?

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Tesco Finest Christmas Dinner for Two, £35

Everything you need for a full festive feast for two



Tesco has made our lives a whole lot easier by creating a mouth-watering Christmas meal box for two.

It comes with turkey breast wrapped in bacon, roast potatoes, pigs in blankets and Yorkshire puddings.

Veg is also included, such as roasted carrots and parsnips with thyme, broccoli, cauliflower and sprouts.

The meal is complete with sage and onion stuffing, plus rich turkey gravy and a sweet cranberry sauce.

For dessert, there’s cider and Courvoisier VS Cognac Christmas puddings served with brandy sauce.

This all comes with Tesco Finest Premier Cru Non Vintage Champagne and Christmas crackers.

Tesco Plant Chef Portobello Mushroom Wellington, £6

Handcrafted portobello mushroom wellington with beetroot and cranberry stuffing



Beautifully made, this vegan main is from Tesco’s popular Plant Chef range.

It features a whole portobello mushroom with rich soya and mushroom duxelles, nestled in golden plant-based pastry and topped with a sweet and tangy beetroot and cranberry stuffing. It is handcrafted and garnished with paprika and parsley.

Will you be buying anything from Tesco’s Christmas food range this year? Let us know in the comments box below.

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