Tesco reveals new range of pigs in blankets for Christmas – see the full list of 16 flavours | The Sun

TESCO has unveiled its biggest ever range of pigs in blankets to whet the appetite of all meat-lovers this Christmas.

The supermarket giant has introduced four new varieties, including chorizo pigs in blankets and even plant-based bangers.

Prices range between £2.25 and £5.50, but you might have to wait to pick some of them up, as they're going on sale at different dates.

Among the list, there's Tesco Finest candy cane pigs in blankets with honey and rosemary for £3.50.

Meanwhile, there's Tesco Finest chorizo sausages which will set you back £4.50.

Plus, you can get 12 chicks in blankets for £2.25 and Tesco Finest 10 pigs in blankets for £3.50.

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And if you're looking for something a bit different, the 20 frozen pork and apple pigs in blankets might take your fancy – they're on sale for £3.60.

Remember, it's always worth shopping around for the best deals as you might get something for cheaper elsewhere.

For example, we looked on Trolley.co.uk, where you can compare supermarket product prices, and found 10 high quality pigs in blankets at Morrisons for £3, 50p cheaper than Tesco's offering.

However, sometimes you might pay more. We found 16 chorizo pigs in blankets on sale in M&S for £5.50.

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Below, we reveal the 16 pigs in blanket varieties and when they'll go on sale.

  • Tesco Finest candy cane pigs in blankets with honey and rosemary (new) – £3.50 and available in store and online from November 21.
  • Tesco apple and cranberry pigs in blankets (new) – £2.25 and available in store and online from November 21.
  • Tesco Finest chorizo Pigs in blankets (new) – £4.50 and available in store and online from October 10.
  • Wicked Kitchen meat-free mini maple bangers in blankets (new) (plant-based) – £3.50 and available in store and online from December 12.
  • Tesco 12 pigs in blankets – £2.25 and available in store and online from October 10.
  • Tesco Finest pigs in blankets in Yorkshire puddings – £5.50 and available in store and online from October 10.
  • Tesco cheesy pigs in blankets – £2.50 and available in store and online from November 21.
  • Tesco 12 British pigs in blankets – £2.25 and available in store and online from November 21.
  • Tesco 12 chicks in blankets – £2.25 and available in store and online from November 21.
  • Tesco Finest chipolatas pigs in blankets – £3.50 and available in store and online from November 21.
  • Tesco Finest 10 pigs in blankets – £3.50 and available in store and online from November 21.
  • Wicked Kitchen Choriz-No bangers in duvet 192G (plant-based) – £3.75 and available in store and online from November 21.
  • Tesco Plant Chef 10 meat-free bangers in duvet (plant-based) – £2.25 and available in store and online from December 12.
  • Tesco 20 pigs in blankets (frozen) – £2.25 and available in store and online from December 12.
  • Tesco 20 pork and apple pigs in blankets (frozen) – £3.60 and available in store and online now.
  • Tesco 12 pigs in blankets (frozen) – £3 and available in store and online now.

A number of supermarkets have already started stocking Christmas products much to the excitement of shoppers.

Aldi has launched a popular mince pie range this month for customers to dig their teeth into.

The German retailer has also started stocking its Christmas hampers that are copycats of Fortnum and Masons.

The cheapest one will set you back £49.99 while the dearest is £174.99.

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And some supermarkets have announced they'll be closing their doors on Boxing Day to give staff a well-earned rest.

Iceland is one company offering colleagues time off around the festive period.

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