In the battle for a cheap dinner at work, nothing comes close to a classic meal deal in terms of value for money.
Well, Asda has just thrown its hat into the meal deal ring, offering a different version of the classic three items for a fixed price setup.
The supermarket previously didn’t offer a meal deal as it claimed its prices were already low enough.
Asda’s take on a meal deal is a bit different, essentially you can choose from between the 300 items in the Food to Go range, with the cheapest item coming free.
This means its meal deal starts at just £1.60, which is nearly half the price of Tesco, Morrisons and Sainsbury’s offerr -they all offer a drink, main item and snack for £3.
Meanwhile Asda is doing three for the price of two, meaning you’ll save between 38p and £4 per meal deal – the cheapest option is either the egg and cress, ham, or cheese and onion sandwiches (£1), an own brand mineral water bottle (38p) and packet of Walkers Baked crisps (60p), which will set you back £1.60 with the water coming free.
And it’s more flexible, meaning you don’t have to buy a sandwich, snack and drink, you could drop the drink and get two snacks, for example.
However, it can come in as more expensive than other supermarkets’ offers, like if you got the £2 ham and cheese sandwich, a can of Red Bull for £1.69 and a pack of crisps for 80p it would cost you £3.69.
So if – like most of us – your greatest meal deal pleasure comes from buying the most expensive things on offer and feeling like a king as it only comes to £3, you’re best off sticking with Tesco, Morrisons or Sainsbury’s.
But if it’s just a bargain you’re after, then Asda’s deal is already available in-store and online.
Lindt is now doing Candy Cane Lindor Truffles and they’re the perfect Christmas treat
These look amazing.
Lindt is combining its succulent white chocolate Lindor range with Candy Cane truffles for the perfect festive treat.
The indulgent treats are a brand new flavour for the UK and are absolutely perfect for Christmas.
Combining deliciously smooth white Lindt chocolate with peppermint candy cane pieces and an oozy truffle centre.
Kevssnackreviews shared the new flavour on Instagram with the caption: “There’s crunchy candy cane pieces in the shell atop the classic smooth filling, it’s nicely minty but the white chocolate tempers the flavour so it’s not too overpowering.
“The chocolate melts in the mouth nicely leaving little crunchy candy cane pieces.”
The treats are available for £5.99 on GBGifts.co.uk but boxes are already selling fast so you’ll have to be quick!
You can also get the truffles on Amazon but they come with a heftier price tag of £22.99, as the truffles come from America.
In other white chocolate news, you can now buy a white choc flavoured liqueur from Aldi that tastes just like a boozy Milkybar.
The boozy treat, described as ‘a light yet luxurious cream liqueur with the classic flavour of cocoa butter and cream’, is part of their festive range and will set you back £6.99.
Manchester’s first ever deep-dish Chicago-style pizza restaurant is opening soon
This looks amazing!
Fans of deep pan pizza rejoice – there’s set to be a whole new restaurant dedicated to the cheesy good stuff!
Created by the team behind the much-loved Brewksi, American Pies MCR is currently in the works and it looks incredible already.
Brewski announced the news over on Instagram, saying: “Big News! We just can’t keep it a secret anymore, we have been working on a brand new deep dish pizza restaurant American Pies ( a pizza joint by Brewski ).
“Launching early 2021. Expect deep-fried calzones, cheesy garlic knots, Chicago deep-dish pies, grandma pies, dessert pies & more.”
It will add itself to the already huge pizza scene in Manchester, which is even home to the tenth best pizza in the entire world – Rudy’s.
The Chicago-style pizza is something a little different to the already well-populated Neapolitan-style pizza scene.
So far, they’ve teased some exciting toppings such as fennel, sausage, basil, pepperoni and parmesan. Guests can expect hearty dishes like meatballs as well as deep-fried calzone.
The pizza joint is set to open February 1st next year, who’s excited?
Everyone’s making these 5-step Terry’s White Chocolate Orange Blondies and they look so good
These look amazing!
YouTuber shares recipe to Terry’s White Chocolate Orange Cookies and Blondies and they both look incredible.
The recipe looks incredibly easy, taking as little as half an hour to bake. The cookies look seriously gooey and delicious while the blondies look like they will melt in your mouth.
Fitwafflekitchen shared the nine ingredient cookie recipe on Instagram in a short 30-seconds long video with step by step instructions.
Alternatively, the Blondie recipe uses just seven ingredients and will take just 20 minutes to bake.
Terry’s White Chocolate Orange Cookie Ingredients:
115g unsalted butter, cold
150g light brown sugar
55g granulated sugar
280g plain flour
1 large egg
1 tsp vanilla extract
1/2 tsp salt
1/2 tsp baking powder
100g Terry’s Chocolate Orange (any flavour will work)
- Cream together butter, light brown sugar and granulated sugar
- Mix in one egg and vanilla
- add plain flour, salt and baking powder and mix until just combined
- Then added chopped Terry’s chocolate pieces and refrigerate the mixture for 1-hour minimum
- Split the dough into six equal-sized balls and freeze for a further 10 minutes before baking.
- Bake for 12-14 minutes at 180C (fan)
If you prefer Blondies over Cookies follow the recipe below!
Terry’s White Chocolate Orange Blondie Ingredients:
170g Unsalted butter, softened
165g Light brown sugar
100g Granulated sugar
1 Large egg + 1 egg yolk
2 tsp Vanilla extract
215g Plain flour
24 White chocolate orange segments
(Optional chocolate orange minis for topping)
- Whisk together butter, light brown sugar and granulated sugar into a mixing bowl.
- Add the egg, egg yolk and vanilla extract and whisk.
- Add in the plain flour.
- Spread half of the mixture out into a lined 8×8″ baking tray. Then add a layer of white chocolate orange segments.
- Top with the rest of the mix and bake in the oven for around 20 minutes, before adding an extra layer of segments while it’s still warm.