Co-Op Launches £12 Turkey & Trimmings In A Box

Co-Op Launches £12 Turkey & Trimmings

Stop press. The Co-op* will be selling everything you need for a festive feast for two, and it's just £12. Twelve pounds!

Well, nearly everything. Co-op's Turkey and the Trimmings will be available in-store only from December 19th and includes butter-basted turkey breast wrapped in bacon, along with pigs in blankets, pork, sage and onion stuffing balls, gravy, and cranberry and mulled wine sauce. YUM.

You'll obviously need to buy veggies separately for a truly festive feast, but what a genius idea. And it's easy-peasy to prepare, too. You just bung all the trays in the oven and Bob's your Uncle; you'll have a Christmas dinner fit for a king and his plus-one.

Chronicle Live reports:

Co-op’s Director of “delicious” food, Breige Donaghy, says; “One or two people households account for almost one in four of the Co-op’s shoppers and research shows they want an easy and simple Christmas dinner. It means shoppers can spend more time together with loved ones instead of prepping for hours in the kitchen and it avoids waste and excess cost.”

What a genius idea for those living alone or who don't have extended family members to visit for Christmas – cooking Christmas dinner if there's only one or two of you at home can seem like a serious waste of time, but this takes all the hassle out of Christmas dinner prep and means anyone and everyone can enjoy turkey and all the trimmings without going to great effort or expense.

Brilliant. I'm tempted to buy one of these myself! I wonder if the husband would even notice?

We'd love to hear what you think of this idea. Would you buy a Co-op Turkey and Trimmings box for a friend or neighbour who might otherwise miss out on Christmas dinner?

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TOPICS:   Christmas UK   Supermarket

29 comments

  • Amber R.

    get yourself to the Co-op!

  • Louise P.

    ,, , xmas dinner sorted :joy::joy::joy: xx

  • Caroline B.

    That’s good I will get that for Xmas day save messing x

  • Tammy W.

    What a fabulous idea for those who don’t like to cook

    • Laura E.

      And/or those who haven't the skill to cook a roast dinner x

  • Amanda M.

    :joy::joy::joy:this would save me so much hassle but ordered my turkey yday :grin:xxx

  • Daniel R.

    Haha I cooked it all last year with a bit of your help but you can have this when you get in from work Christmas Day x

  • Clare W.

    Yup Each bring your own I suggest we need 4 boxes in total xx

  • Craig C.

    No thanks your on your own there

  • Laura D.

    So that's your Christmas dinner sorted just add but of frozen or tinned veg just don't tell nanny :joy:

  • Lyndsay K.

    Absolutely!!! Thought dad would enjoy it too ... and whilst I’ve no kitchen I might as well go for it too xx

  • Kim B.

    U would need more than one :joy:

  • Carl H.

    I'm happy with that if you can cook it lol xxx

  • Eileen B.

    Could all bring your own dinner x

  • Rebecca M.

    Even you could mange that :joy:

  • Kimberley M.

    Pitty it didn’t have the veg too tho :joy::joy:

  • Stewart W.

    Microwave Xmas dinner rite up your street

  • Natasha R.

    Love this idea for people who maybe can’t afford to spend a fortune on Christmas dinner! Wish the food bank would accept these :heart:

  • Kay T.

    Oh yes but only if it’s microwaveable :joy:

  • David B.

    it better be for that price :joy: I got some extra rosties in the freezer too :joy:

  • Soph F.

    Thanks babe

  • Tara D.

    Does look good for smaller families x

  • Julia A.

    Well if you're all ok with that!!! x

  • Corinne C.

    Still involves switching on the oven - too complicated! :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:

  • Jess P.

    That’s me sorted haha xx

  • Chloe C.

    I was gunna tag you in this earlier haha

  • Shân H.

    Ia fyd udisdi do. Handy xxxx

  • Anna W.

    Oh wow this looks good:ok_hand_tone1:

  • Carol A.

    That’s my Xmas dinner sorted xx

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