CRISPY hash browns have long been a must in the full English breakfast, but they’ve just been given serious competition in Iceland. The super
CRISPY hash browns have long been a must in the full English breakfast, but they’ve just been given serious competition in Iceland.
The supermarket is selling 700g packs of hash brown fries for £1.85 – and they look amazing.
Just like you might expect, the fries consist of shredded and seasoned potato and onion pre-fried in oil.
The product is not actually new to Iceland, but shoppers have recently spotted them and they’re going wild on social media.
Facebook page Money Saver Online wrote about the potato treats last night, and the post has already attracted over 10,000 comments.
One user wrote: “Our prayers have been answered!”
While another user, who’s already tried them, said: “These are lovely been having them for months.”
The potato treats are on sale both online and in Iceland stores. You can find your nearest branch here.
They’re not the healthiest treats around, as 100g contains 250 calories, but we promise we won’t judge if you gobble them up all at once.
If you prefer the real deal, the cheapest hash browns among the UK’s major supermarkets can be found in Asda, where a 800g pack will set you back 92p.
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In December, Iceland launched its £15 party food banquet bundle, and bargain hunters were loving it.
Earlier this year, Subway brought back its saver’s menu including its popular hash browns.
And over a year ago, one McDonald’s customer ordered 200 hash browns after he was refused chicken nuggets.
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