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Co-op launches a ready-to-cook turkey dinner for two for the ultimate fuss-free festive meal

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Co-op is selling a ready-to-cook turkey dinner for two, perfect if you're looking for a fuss-free festive meal.

Turkey and Christmas dinner go hand in hand, but cooking a whole bird might prove too much if you're having a quiet celebration at home with a loved one.

Although you could definitely turn your turkey leftovers into delicious lunches and dinners for the following week, Co-op have the answer for everyone spending Christmas as a twosome.

The supermarket have revealed they'll be selling a fuss-free turkey for two with all of the trimmings, their new product for the festive season.


Co-op's Christmas dinner for two

The festive box comes with turkey wrapped in streaky bacon, as pigs in blankets, and stuffing balls.

The ready-to-cook meal kit also included gravy and cranberry sauce, and all the ingredients are already in a tray so all you have to do is pop them in the oven and sip on your mulled wine until it's ready.

Christmas sides aren't included, so you'll have to whip them up yourself - try delicious roast parsnips and brussels sprouts with pancetta.

The turkey will cost £12, but is it worth it? According to The Sun, you could get the same meal (and more food) for less than a tenner, but the extra two quid mean you won't have to do any prep.

As the meal comes ready to cook, it will leave you with more time to watch Christmas films and spend quality time with your loved ones.

Plus, you won't have to wait long to get your delicious meal, as it only takes 50 mins to cook.

In what potentially might be the best thing about Co-op's fuss-free Christmas dinner, you won't have to worry about doing the washing up - apart from, of course, a couple of glasses and plates.

If you think Co-op's festive turkey dinner for two might go on your Christmas shopping list, bear in mind that they'll only be available in stores on 19th December.

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