Iceland has launched a Disney Frozen 2 range including foods, gifts, accessories and toys, as well as a cuddly jumbo 1 metre Olaf toy.
I’m still not ready to “Let It Go”, especially as Frozen 2 is due to release at the cinema soon. (22nd November if you weren’t sure).
I don’t know who is more excited – the kids or me!
Iceland, who is obviously big “frozen” fans themselves, is now offering a range of Frozen foods, as well as gifts, games and accessories – including a gorgeous JUMBO Olaf cuddly toy.
Iceland Disney Frozen 2 range
If you’ve got picky eaters in your household, the new Disney Frozen 2 food range at Iceland may be just what you’re after.
Their food range will certainly make mealtimes magical from just £1.
I even think this range will make a lovely buffet for a kid’s birthday in winter, or for a festive treat.
All the food in the range meets Disney’s nutritional guidelines.
Some of my favourite things include :
Disney Kitchen Olaf Shaped Noses
I can already hear “eat your Olaf noses” being said at the dinner table!
Also known as Chantenay carrots (the short, stout ones), you can steam, boil or microwave these carrots before eating.
Disney Kitchen Olaf Potato Shapes
These snowman-shaped potato shapes have some fantastic reviews online.
Priced at £1, they’ve been described as similar to alphabet potatoes.
Disney Kitchen Enchanting Breaded Chicken Shapes
Priced at £2, these breaded chicken shapes need to be baked in the oven.
A quarter of a pack are 168 kcal.
Disney Kitchen 8 Breaded Fish Snowflakes
As an alternative to fish fingers, these fun fish snowflakes are made of haddock and potato.
You’ve also got lots of Frozen ice lollies as a tasty treat.
It’s not just food
Iceland is also selling a range of gifts, games and accessories, with stocking fillers from just £2.
There will be plenty of warm hugs with this jumbo Olaf soft toy, which stands at one meter tall!
Priced at £40, it’s a bit big to fit in a stocking, but I’m sure would put a lot of magical smiles of kid’s faces.
Other Iceland offers
When shopping online with Iceland, you’re able to get free delivery when you spend over £35.
Be sure to use an Iceland discount code as you’ll be able to save money on your shop.
Take a look at the offers page on their site as there are new deals updated each week.
One of their online exclusives at the moment is a £5 take away bundle, which will save you money versus getting a pizza take out.
Come and join thousands of other savvy shoppers in the Reduce Your Supermarket Spend Facebook community to find out tips and tricks to save money on your food shop.
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