Wednesday 27 October 2010

Only in Britain (and Ireland in this instance): Christmas in a Pot

Come Christimas time, I am always on the look out for interesting Christmas versions of normal food products, and this one is a new one on me:  Christmas dinner flavoured Pot Noodles (British equivilant of Cup Noodles) called Pot Noeldle have hit the shelves!  
According to the Pot Noodle people, the flavour is "fusion of turkey and stuffing with all the trimmings".  Ew, but awesome!  

Oh and 2p from every pot sold will go to the Royal Air Force's Miles More Minutes programme which raises money to give troops serving overseas more telephone time with their families, so you can try them out AND do a good deed... isnt that what Christmas is all about?


  1. Clever! Oh, and the label for the Christmas Pigs in a Blanket Pringles definitely have a picture of bacon-wrapped sausages flying on Pringles chips. Check them out!

  2. Who ever taught them the "blanket" was supposed to be anything other than pastry? Who wants to be covered up with greasy bacon? Ew.

  3. I want to try these! (the noodles that is, not the weird pringles)

  4. What do you think they mean by "the Gift that Keeps on giving."???