Cheese Soufflé (£3.25), Crispy Beef Dripping Roast Potatoes (£2), Oak Smoked Cheese and Chorizo Stuffed Mushrooms (£2), Striped Beetroot Mixed Vegetables with Salted Butter (£2), Maple Smoked Salmon (£2.80), Duck and Cherry Pate (£3) Sticky Chocolate Orange Festive Sponge (£4), Mince Pies (all varieties £1.25), Mixologist Chocolates (£6), Chocolate Caramel Layer Cake (£10)
Extra Special Belgium Chocolate Yule Log (£3), Have A Magical Christmas Sleigh Kit (£3.50), Chocolate Salted Caramel & White Chocolate and Passionfruit Domes (£7), Black Forest Alaska (£4)
ASDA was another brand that I was lucky enough to get a little sneak preview of their Christmas launches during the year and I have to say I was pleasantly surprised. ASDA isn’t really a supermarket that I spend much time in as the closest one to my house is a bit of a mission to get to so I only really frequent it when it’s time to do the school uniform shop but going to their Christmas preview has definitely got them on my radar for this year.
I think one thing I never really realised about ASDA is how cheap their products actually are and that they never compromise on the quality, everything looked so delicious and I was definitely pleasantly surprised. I think one of the things I noticed the most is how great a range of desserts and treats they have and at such a low price point, even for their Extra Special range which I find fantastic as it is just as cheap as the regular own branded products of many other leading supermarkets.
You can of course find all of the above products and many more in your local ASDA or on ASDA online.