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Greggs Is Launching Its Christmas Menu And - Like The Inside Of Your Mouth After Biting A Steak Bake Just Out Of The Oven - It's On Fire

James Dawson

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Greggs Is Launching Its Christmas Menu And - Like The Inside Of Your Mouth After Biting A Steak Bake Just Out Of The Oven - It's On Fire

It's one of those arguments that will never really be settled: when does the Christmas season officially begin? Of course, on one hand there are the slack bastards who start hanging up lights on their house in July, on the other there are the Scrooges who don't put their tree up until Xmas Eve.

As usual, the truth lies somewhere in between and, as far as I'm concerned, when it comes to markers of the beginning of the season, I don't think you can go wrong by counting it as the day Greggs launches its festive bake.

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The baker has revealed that the official launch of its seasonal snacks will happen on 9 November, with the menu pretty much the same as last year.

Here are the main players:

Festive bake

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The Rolls Royce of festive themed fast food products: chicken breast, sage and onion stuffing, and sweetcure bacon in a creamy cranberry and sage sauce. All inside one of those posh 'lattice' pasties. £1.50

Turkey, bacon and cranberry roll

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The festive bakes younger brother, similar to the above but as a sausage roll. £1.

Christmas lunch sandwich, and Christmas lunch toastie

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All of the fantastic Christmas-y ingredients, only in a butty. £3.

Christmas lunch soup

Credit: Greggs

Imagine if you were to put your Christmas dinner into a blender and you're getting close to what this tastes like. Turkey, chicken, bacon, sausage, stuffing, mixed vegetables, seasoned with herbs. £1

Sweet mince pies

Credit: Greggs

I've never actually eaten one of these, but I'm presuming it's like an ordinary mince pie, only sweeter. £1.50 for a pack.

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Topics: Greggs, UK News, Xmas

James Dawson
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