News, Culture & Society

Shoppers go wild as Iceland unveils its range of mouth-watering Christmas party food

Shoppers go wild over Iceland’s range of quirky Christmas party food – including chicken noodle sticks, hoisin duck toast and prawns wrapped in BACON

  •  Iceland unveiled its range of Christmas party food ahead of the festive season 
  • Highlights include haloumi fries, chicken noodle sticks and mini toad in the hole
  • Shoppers are already excited and took to Twitter to said it’s tasty and affordable 

Christmas party season is just around the corner – and revellers are already excited about serving up Iceland’s selection of mouth-watering finger food. 

The retailer has won praise from customers over its quirky selection of sweet and savoury treats that can be stored in the freezer and popped in the oven before your festive get-together. 

Alongside classics like mini sausage rolls and bite-size pizzas, Iceland is offering rather more unusual delicacies like chicken noodle skewers and prawns wrapped in bacon.

The retailer is selling a dizzying array of savoury and sweet treats that can be taken out of the freezer and popped in the oven ahead of your festive gathering. Pictured, hoisin duck toast

Luxury Jumbo Red Shrimp Wrapped in Bacon. The plump sweetness of the red shrimp is offset with a thin rasher of unsmoked bacon for a perfectly balanced mouthful

Luxury Jumbo Red Shrimp Wrapped in Bacon. The plump sweetness of the red shrimp is offset with a thin rasher of unsmoked bacon for a perfectly balanced mouthful 

10 Chicken Noodle Sticks. Tender chicken breast with vegetables wrapped in cooked noodles with a tamarind sauce on wooden sticks. Perfect for dipping in festive sauce

10 Chicken Noodle Sticks. Tender chicken breast with vegetables wrapped in cooked noodles with a tamarind sauce on wooden sticks. Perfect for dipping in festive sauce

The range, which is priced between £1 and £9.99, is understood to be arriving in store next week.

But customers are already looking forward to getting their hands on the festive favourites – with some planning to stock up before December to avoid the festive rush. 

Taking to Twitter, one posted: ‘#Iceland Party foods and desserts for Christmas yum!!’

Another tweeted: ‘Your Christmas range its always delicious. Everyone always goes “Where did you get this food from? It’s delicious”.’ 

10 Prawn Toasts Selection. A mixture of five star shaped prawn canapés with spring onion and chilli, topped with sesame seeds, plus five tail on prawns with bamboo shoots and garlic, finished with black and white sesame seeds, both fried for extra crunch

10 Prawn Toasts Selection. A mixture of five star shaped prawn canapés with spring onion and chilli, topped with sesame seeds, plus five tail on prawns with bamboo shoots and garlic, finished with black and white sesame seeds, both fried for extra crunch

40 Tempura Vegetable Selection. Iceland’s Tempura Veg Selection offers a mix of courgette, baby corn, green beans and pumpkin pieces encased in a delicate, golden batter for the perfect fuss-free finger food. Serve with a chilli dipping sauce for a kick

40 Tempura Vegetable Selection. Iceland’s Tempura Veg Selection offers a mix of courgette, baby corn, green beans and pumpkin pieces encased in a delicate, golden batter for the perfect fuss-free finger food. Serve with a chilli dipping sauce for a kick

Highlights from the range include a delicious tempura vegetable selection and haloumi fries. 

There is also an impressive selections of dessert on offer, such as the box of 12 Iceland macarons (£3), or 12 mini ice cream cones (£3). 

There are also plenty of options if you’re catering for a large group, including the 52-piece Poppies Petit Fours Belgian Mini Pastries (£8.99) and the 100-piece Indian Platter (£5). 

And for those catering to vegans, there are a range of plant-based treats, including the ‘No Duck Spring Rolls’ and the retailer’s signature ‘No Bull’ burgers, which return as an irresistible slider for Christmas. 

No Duck Chinese Selection. A vegan selection of Chinese-style mixed vegetable savoury treats, including Sweet Plum Dumplings, Hoisin Filo Pastries and Schezuan Filo Crackers

No Duck Chinese Selection. A vegan selection of Chinese-style mixed vegetable savoury treats, including Sweet Plum Dumplings, Hoisin Filo Pastries and Schezuan Filo Crackers

Iceland came under fire last December after it released a Christmas dinner that would feed six for just £22.    

Many said it was a godsend for struggling families who couldn’t afford to splash out, or those who have limited time to cook on Christmas Day due to work or family commitments.

However, in comments that have now been deleted, other commenters branded it food for ‘lazy’ people and took issue with the idea of not preparing a dinner from fresh ingredients.

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


Comments are closed.