Best Christmas snacks from supermarkets including prawns in blankets and festive crisps | The Sun

NO festive season is complete without picky bits, they're a definite crowd pleaser.

Supermarkets have revealed their Christmas menu offerings this year and there are some tasty options for your table.

Whether you're on the go or planning a get together, we've had a look at the best snacks supermarkets are offering this year.

It's worth checking ahead with your local supermarket if they have what you're looking for in stock before you go to avoid a wasted trip.


M&S has a whole host of Christmassy snacks on offer this year both in store and in cafes across the country.

Amongst the cafe range are these dinky sausages for £2.95.


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A twist on pigs in blankets, the Dinky Festive Sausages are full of smoked bacon and cranberries.

If you're looking for something similar the posh shop is also selling a range of pigs in blankets in its food to order range.

You can pick up six pork, cranberry and rosemary stuffing parcels, and 12 sticky pigs in blankets wrapped in streaky bacon for £13.

For the full offering see our articles on the M&S Christmas range or the cafe menu here.

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Aldi's pigs in blankets flavoured crispsCredit: Aldi

Among Aldi's festive snacks are these pigs in blankets flavoured crisps.

A sharing bag costs 99p and there are plenty of other flavours available like chicken stuffing, beef wellington, and a spicy version of these ones.

There's more where that came from too, the discount supermarket is also selling garlic twists and cheese biscuit bites – £1.49 and £1.59 respectively.

Room for more? For Aldi's Christmas menu see here.


Planning on entertaining or just looking for a snack? Morrisons has got a wide range available.

These prawns in blankets cost £4.50 for a pack of five and are available from December 19.

The supermarket also has Christmassy variations of snacky bits, including bratwurst flavoured crisps (£1.09) and a collection of nuts for £5.99.

Have a look at our article to see its full Christmas range.


Pretzels are a real crowd pleaser all year round, this festive take on the snack is perfect for Christmas.

You can grab a bag of the maple and bacon flavoured snowflake pretzels for £1.50 from Tesco.

Tesco is also among the supermarkets that have a range of Christmas sarnies and crisps available too.

If you're looking for more, we've also had a look at its entire range.


These mini pastries from Lidl are perfect if you're looking to customise your picky bits for your family or guests.

They cost £1.49 for a pack of 12 and are ready for you to fill with anything you like, such as cream cheese, prawns or smoked salmon.

You could also grab a selection of festive nuts (£5.99) or some duck spring rolls (£1.49).

We've also had a look at all the Christmas foods Lidl is offering this year, for more details and prices see here.


Asda also has lots of different snacks and picky bits on offer this festive season.

This assortment of crackers and biscuits costs just £2.75 and comes with six different flavours.

You can top them with different cheeses and chutneys, perfect for a Christmas night in or a Boxing Day snack.

If you're looking for more inspiration from Asda's menu this year, we've rounded up some of the best options.

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Got a sweet tooth? We've also rounded up the best Christmas desserts on offer at supermarkets this year.

Also, if you're having trouble picking which festive crisps to stock up on this year we tested them all.

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