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GREGGS has unveiled its highly anticipated festive menu and the exact date it lands in shops.
The bakery giant has exclusively revealed its Christmas offering to The Sun, including an all-new bake and hot drinks.
Also on this year's menu are the returning Festive Bake and hot drink favourites the Mint Hot Chocolate, Mint Mocha and Salted Caramel Latte.
The new items will be available nationwide from tomorrow, November 9.
Hitting the Greggs menu for the first time is Spicy Vegetable Curry Bake.
The savoury treat is made with mixed vegetables, chickpeas and rice with a sprinkling of chillies, all combined with a warming curry sauce.
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It costs from £1.95 or as part of the Savoury and Hot Drink deal from £3.20.
Here's the full list of menu items being added tomorrow:
- Spicy Vegetable Curry Bake – £1.95 individually or £3.20 as a meal
- Festive Bake – £1.95 individually or £3.20 as a meal
- Christmas Lunch Baguette – £3.70 individually or £4.80 as a meal
- Christmas Lunch Soup – £2.20 individually or £3.20 as a meal
- Vegan Festive Baguette – £3.70 individually or £4.80 as a meal
- Chocolate Orange Muffin – £1.40
- Orange Hot Chocolate – £2.40
- Orange Mocha – £2.40
- Mint Hot Chocolate – £2.40
- Mint Mocha – £2.40
- Salted Caramel Latte – £2.40
Meanwhile, the returning and popular Festive Bake is made up of a crumb topped pastry, filled with pieces of chicken, sage and onion stuffing and sweetcure bacon, covered in a creamy sage & cranberry sauce.
Fans can grab it from £1.95 or as part of the Savoury and Hot Drink deal from £3.20.
Another new item being introduced to the menu is the Christmas Lunch Baguette – filled with chicken breast and sage & onion stuffing, with a dash of onion gravy, sweetcure bacon, cheese, finished with a cranberry and onion relish.
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It costs from £3.70 individually or as part of the Hot Sandwich Deal with wedges and any drink, from £4.80.
Other much-loved favourites are making a return this year, including the Christmas Lunch Soup and Vegan Festive Baguette.
Greggs has once again turned Christmas dinner favourites into a handy, enjoy on-the-go soup.
It's made up of diced smoked bacon, pork sausage, chicken, turkey, sage and onion stuffing and vegetables, blended with a mix of herbs and spices.
You can pick it up for just £2.20 or part of the Soup and Savoury Deal, from £3.20.
The Vegan Turkey-Free and Stuffing Baguette combines sage and onion plant-based goujons, coated in onion gravy and garnished with a classic cranberry and onion relish.
Fancy giving it a go, fans can grab it for £3.70 individually or as part of the Hot Sandwich Deal with wedges and any drink, from £4.80.
For those of you with a sweet tooth, give the all-new Chocolate Orange Muffin a try.
It has a rich chocolate orange flavour muffin with orange pieces and a chocolate orange flavour saucy centre.
The tasty cake is also topped with a milk chocolate and orange flavoured chunk – pick it up for just £1.40.
Greggs isn't just for savoury or sweet snacks, the chain is also adding several hot drinks to its menu.
The all-new Orange Hot Chocolate and Orange Mocha will be available for £2.40 each.
The former is made with Fairtrade hot chocolate and steamed milk and orange flavour syrup – finished with whipped cream and orange sugar sprinkles.
While the mocha is made with our 100% Fairtrade coffee beans and hot chocolate drink, with steamed milk and an orange flavour syrup.
It's also topped with a whipping of cream and orange sugar sprinkles.
Making a comeback are the Mint Hot Chocolate, Mint Mocha and Salted Caramel Latte – each costs £2.40.
The hot chocolate is a festive twist with delicious mint flavoured syrup, a cream topping and a sprinkle of chocolate to finish.
The Mint Mocha is made with freshly ground espresso, steamed milk, hot chocolate and mint flavoured syrup with sweetener, finished with a whipped cream and chocolate sprinkles.
While the Salted Caramel Latte is a combo of ground coffee beans, frothy milk and salted caramel flavour syrup, finished off with a whipped cream and a drizzle of salted caramel sauce.
Despite the cold weather, iced coffee fans needn’t worry as the Salted Caramel Latte will be available over ice in selected shops across the UK for £2.85.
It's served over ice, and made with semi-skimmed milk, topped with a double shot of espresso with salted caramel flavour syrup.
Meanwhile, Wetherspoons has revealed its full Christmas menu and there's a host of fan favourites returning to menus.
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Starbucks has also launched its festive menu as well and it contains eight festive drinks including a hazelnut crunch hot chocolate.
Cafe chain Caffè Nero has released its new offering too and it’s perfect for chocolate fans.
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