Following the announcement that our beloved Greggs would be temporarily shut due to the Covid-19 outbreak, Iceland is set to receive more stock of the bakery's most loved pastries.
Shoppers can indulge in a number of classic Greggs pastries such as the iconic Sausage Rolls (£1.89, 427g) and Steak Bakes (£1.89, 280g), as well as a wide range of other delicious treats such as the Bacon and Cheese Wraps (£2.00. 194g) and Vegetable Bakes (£1.89, 310g).
Sausage roll lovers looking for the perfect working from home afternoon treat, or something to keep their new apprentice co-workers (kids) happy, can pick up 16 Greggs Mini Sausage Rolls (£1.89, 433g), which are exclusive to Iceland and perfect with a little tomato sauce and a brew.
The full range of Greggs products exclusively available at Iceland include:
If you've not been able to pick up any of these items, fear no more because earlier today, the geniuses at Greggs showed us exactly how to recreate the Bean, Cheese and Sausage Melt. Say whaaat?
First of all, you're going to need some ingredients. Most you'll probably have, others you might need to go out for - use your shop wisely and get whatever you need for the next few days or week.
Make sure you've got beans and bangers (usually tinned together, you know the score), some cheese, puff pastry and an egg.
You might be best whacking your oven on at this stage (Greggs tell us to put it at 180°C which equates to gas mark 4), then you want to cut out two squares of pastry and egg wash the edges.
Put the bean and sausage duo into a bowl and get squishing with a fork before popping the mixture in the middle of the pastry (leaving some room where the egg wash is).
Sprinkle your cheese on top of the beans and pop your identical square of pastry on top. Then you need to press your fork down on the edges of the square you've created to seal the parcel.
Do a final egg wash across the entire bake-to-be and throw it/them (depending on how many you're making) into the oven for 20 minutes - or until golden brown/piping hot throughout.
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