Posted on 08/10/2018

Coles' Christmas 2018 menu: The top five foods 'yule' love

Coles' Christmas 2018 menu: The top five foods 'yule' love


SUPERMARKET giant Coles has just unveiled its biggest Christmas product range ever and if you're looking to add something to your table that's innovative, fun or makes the classics look plain boring, they've got you covered.

We've narrowed down their massive menu of 150 items to our top five choices.

Sausage roll Christmas wreath

If you want a centrepiece for your Christmas table, consider the sausage roll Christmas wreath. Made of Aussie beef mince, ham, roast vegies, cranberries, fennel and puff pastry, it's more posh than your average sausage roll. Roll on November 26, when this hit stores.

Ham with crispy crackling

Roast pork with crackling and glazed ham are so last yuletide season. Coles' range will include a traditional ham topped with crispy crackling and while we have absolutely no idea how you make ham crackling, they had us at crispy.

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Prosecco-infused pate

This trending tipple will infuse a pate to make your summer entertaining extra merry. Why not pimp your pate this Christmas?

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Lime and chilli-infused prawns

These come courtesy of some inspiration by celebrity chef and Coles spokesman Curtis Stone, so you can tell your guests Curtis helped you plan your menu for the big day. All you or your guests will need to do is peel them when they become available two weeks before Christmas.

Sweet treats

We like the sound of a Christmas pudding-flavoured ice-cream and a toffee apple wreath pudding, but if you love Coles' gingerbread ice-cream and butterscotch and gingerbread pudding, they'll be making a comeback. Be sure to grab a Gerry the Gingerbread cookie, with 20 cents from each sale going to Redkite. A new range of Redkite Christmas products, including a Belgian choc pop, will also be launched.

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Not surprisingly, Coles' Christmas products won't be available until later this year.

In the meantime, enjoy a fruit mince pie.