This post was written before I became vegan.
Iceland is absolutely bursting with tasty, healthy and easy-to-make dishes and ingredients from frozen to chilled and fresh too, along with everything you could possible want in your weekly shop from toiletries to household goods, hair products and more.
I wanted to highlight just some of the food items you wouldn’t expect to find at Iceland in this post from Millie’s Chocolate Dough cookies to delicious couscous and more, so be prepared to be a little surprised readers and enjoy!
Global Deli Be Inspired Olives with Feta Cheese & Tomatoes
Being the originally Greek girl that I am, I’m naturally obsessed with olives and feta making this delicious marinated mix with slow roasted tomatoes in there too, the ideal snack or side for me. At £1.99 for 200g, just look how magnificent they are (perfect to add to leaves to create your own instant Greek salad too).
Couscous with Vegetables
This easy to microwave delicious dish is a favourite in this house. At just £1.50 for 500g, it saves money and waste and packs lots of flavour with Moroccan style spices. Yummy! We love it topped with tuna steak from Iceland.
Creamy Spiced Lentils
Being lentil-lovers, this frozen creamy spiced lentils dish is so easy to cook and makes for a wholesome and filling superfood style main or even a side dish for hungry families. At just £1.50 for 500g it is cost-effective and only needing 8 minutes in the microwave, is a time-saver too. Utterly delicious. Why not top with mashed potato for a veggie take on shepherd’s pie?!
Millie’s Cookies Ready to Bake Chocolate Dough
A massive fan of Millie’s Cookies, these chocolate dough delights can be baked in no time at all and were a fun treat activity for all the family. £3 for a 6 pack.
Here are some we made earlier Blue Peter styl-ee!
Iceland Luxury 2 French Crème Brûlée
These luxe French Crème Brûlée beauties are the perfect weekend dessert and only need 4-5 minutes under the grill from frozen. The ramekins come included too of course and make these French favourites a steal at just £2.49 (for 252g).
These are just a few of the incredibly diverse and delicious food items on offer at Iceland.
If you’ve not shopped there before, please do take a look and you only need to spend £35 for free online delivery too. Check out their site HERE.
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