Greggs is launching his Christmas menu and these are the nastiest treats you’ll have this holiday season


Greggs is giving Christmas lovers the ultimate dream come true as they just launched their party menu for this year.

Six delicious and festively inspired treats have been added to the Greggs menu, including a Pigs under Blankets baguette.

Other on-the-go options include sweet tart pies, Christmas lunch soup, mint mocha, mint hot chocolate, and a delicious salted caramel latte.

Not all of these treats are available in stores nationwide.

Pigs in Baguette Blankets (from £ 3.20)

This version of the classic side dish option is a Christmas food lover’s dream in a sandwich.

The tasty baguette will be filled with “pork sausages cooked with smoked bacon and topped with pork, sage and onions”.

There will also be mountains of delicious cranberry sauce to stick the baguette together.



Christmas winter warmers are now officially in Greggs stores now

Mint Mocha (from £ 1.95)

Imagine After Eight chocolate but in a hot drink? Now you speak.

This invention “is made of freshly ground Fairtrade espresso, steamed milk, hot chocolate and mint flavored syrup with sweetener, perfectly finished with a cream filling and chocolate chips.

Hot mint chocolate is also available to order.

Thin Sweet Pies (From £ 1.75 per 6-pack)



“Nothing marks the start of the holiday season like a sweet cheese pie! “

Christmas wouldn’t be complete without a classic Mince Pie.

Greggs took the original English treat and created “a sweet minced meat made from grape berries, Bramley apple, candied orange and lemon zest, perfectly finished with a light dusting of icing sugar.”

Christmas Lunch Soup (from £ 2.00)



This soup is truly Christmas in a cup

Soup season is well and truly underway, and Greggs has gone to make his own party version.

Made with “diced smoked bacon, pork sausage, tasty chicken, turkey, sage and onion stuffing and vegetables, mixed with a delicious blend of herbs and spices”, this festive meal will surely warm your heart.

Enjoy it on the go or on the spot, in any case, you will enjoy this Christmas dinner in one pot.

Meanwhile, the Vegan Festive Bake has been pushed back to November 22 for its release date.

Which winter warmers are you going to try this Christmas?

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