There's nothing better than sticking the kettle on and grabbing your Pot Noodle when it's chilly outside.
It gives you the perfect dose of warmth and tastiness all year round - but it hits especially hard in winter.
So it's only right that the British brand brings out a festive flavour as Christmas draws closer.
When you're stalking the aisles of your local supermarket, you may notice a strange addition to the Pot Noodle lineup.
The controversial flavour was discontinued for over a decade, but has now been brought back for the second year in a row.
But some Brits aren't too keen on the idea of it - even if it is a merry lunchtime snack.
The 100g Pot Noodle takes inspiration from two icons whipped up in UK kitchens: gravy and stuffing.
It goes by the name 'Pot Noel', if the bright red packaging didn't give you enough of a festive hint.
Apparently, it is similar to the 'King Pot Christmas Dinner' which was seen in supermarkets last year.
The snack is supposed to taste like the traditional turkey feast that we all can't wait for on 25 December.
Taking that and stuffing it into a pot with noodles is a tough feat - but it's certainly worth a try if you're feeling adventurous.
The pots have been spotted on sale in Asda for £1.40, which is the same price as other much-loved flavours.
Instagram account @uknewestfoods shared the news of the festive flavours return with its followers.
But the post garnered a mixed response from social media users.
One said: "Sounds amazing!"
Another added: "Don't touch them peeps there disgusting."
A third wrote: "I'm not too sure about this..."
A fourth added: "They are repulsive!"
And a fifth wrote: "I do love my gravy but I'm quite particular when it comes to stuffing, so I'm very unsure of it in Pot Noodle form."
You're not the only one.
But if you are brave enough to try the gravy and stuffing concoction, at least make sure you are eating it correctly.
Former royal butler Grant Harrold shared a video detailing the best method for getting the noodles in your gob.
His technique involves a white china dish as well as a knife and fork, so it's not exactly minimalistic.
But what else would you expect from the self proclaimed 'etiquette expert'?
I don't know about you, but I can't imagine King Charles snacking on a Pot Noodle. Unless he's partial to the new festive flavour.Featured Image Credit: Matthew Horwood/Getty Images