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Sainsbury’s Is Selling Camembert And Rosemary Crisps For Christmas

Sainsbury’s Is Selling Camembert And Rosemary Crisps For Christmas

It's November 1st, which officially means we can start getting excited about Christmas - and nothing thrills us more than festive food.

We've already shown you edible delights such as a festive Colin the Caterpillar, halloumi pigs in blankets and a giant metre long chocolate eclair.

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But the latest quirky Crimbo crisp drop from Sainsburys is no doubt going to be a staple on your living room table this year.

Yep, Sainsbury's have outdone themselves on the festive flavours for 2019, offering up Taste the Difference Baked Camembert and Rosemary flavoured crisp for us to munch while watching Home Alone on repeat.

Sainsbury's crisp flavours are going to be staples this year (Credit: Sainsbury's)
Sainsbury's crisp flavours are going to be staples this year (Credit: Sainsbury's)

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Whack these out at your annual Christmas cheese and wine night or enjoy them after dinner instead of a cheese platter - there's rarely a moment over the Xmas period that they won't come in handy.

The crisps are just £1 for a large packet, and they're available in store now.

They launch alongside the Taste the Difference Roast Turkey and Herb Stuffing flavoured crisps and the and Taste the Difference Truffle Parsnip flavoured crisps, which are the same price, and are also inspired by the famous and much loved tastes of Christmas.

But the supermarket hasn't stopped there, also launching Pigs In Blankets Tortilla Trees - that's little tortilla crisps in the shape of a Christmas tree and flavoured like everyone's favourite meaty snack.

Sainsbury's also has a pigs in blanket flavoured crisp (Credit: Sainsbury's)
Sainsbury's also has a pigs in blanket flavoured crisp (Credit: Sainsbury's)

And what's more, the tortillas are totally vegan and gluten free, and cost just £1.25 to purchase.

Lexie Mackintosh, Product Developer at Sainsbury's, said "We know our customers love to experiment with interesting and distinctive Christmas flavours when it comes to crisps, and we think these delicious delights will be a huge hit this year."

Oh, and while we're on the topic of crisps, did you hear about the Co-op cauliflower cheese flavour?

While, like above, we were sold at the mere mention of the word cheese, some others were slightly less enthusiastic about the popular side dish being made into a crisp flavour.


Sharing a snap of a packet while in his local Co-op, Take Me Out host Paddy McGuinness fumed: "Cauliflower? Crisps? Together in my mouth? Not on my watch!!! #wrongcrispflavours".

Fans then flocked to both agree and disagree with Paddy in their droves, proving that the new festive flavour will certainly be a conversation starter this Christmas.

"Damn right Paddy! Just wrong," one wrote, as another agreed: "There are some right psychos about! Who would even considering doing such evil?"

However a third was more keen on the idea, gushing: "OMG I want some".

Featured Image Credit: Pixabay

Topics: Christmas, Tasty Food, Food And Drink

Joanna Freedman

Joanna is a journalist at Tyla who loves writing about all things food, fashion, beauty and lifestyle. She also has a particular interest in women's issues.

 

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