A frozen Christmas dinner that will feed six for just £22 from Iceland has divided shoppers, after cruel commenters hit out at 'lazy' people for eatin
A frozen Christmas dinner that will feed six for just £22 from Iceland has divided shoppers, after cruel commenters hit out at ‘lazy’ people for eating frozen food on Christmas Day.
Many said it would be a godsend for struggling families who can’t afford to splash out, or those who have limited time to cook on Christmas Day due to work or family commitments.
However, in comments that have now been deleted, some commenters branded it food for ‘lazy’ people and took issue with the idea of not preparing a dinner from fresh ingredients.
The original poster Robyn Greenfield commented: ‘For all those being judgmental about frozen food, scroll past then. Why people got to be so rude?
A frozen Christmas dinner from Iceland that feeds six people for £22 has divided opinion on social media with most claiming it’s a godsend for struggling families after it was posted on Facebook
The original poster Robyn Greenfield hit out at those who had been judgmental, saying that not everyone can afford to buy fresh food when they’re feeding a big family
‘It’s Christmas and some families can’t afford a lot. I personally cook all fresh food on Christmas.
But for some family’s this may be a bargain to feed six 6 people. Did no one ever teach some of you if you have nothing nice to say don’t say anything at all, simple?
‘Yes it’s frozen food for Christmas, get over it.’
The bargain feast includes a boneless turkey joint, stuffing balls, pigs in blankets, parsnips, sprouts and an Irish cream gateau for dessert.
The vast majority of commenters were delighted by the bargain buy and said that it would be ideal for struggling families or people who simply don’t want to spend all day slaving over the stove
And the vast majority of comments were positive with one mother commenting that it would allow her to spend more time with her kids on Christmas morning than in the kitchen.
Another added: ‘All you lot being bloody judgmental, why don’t you find someone vulnerable or a family on little income and buy this meal for them.
‘I bet they would be grateful. You obviously have a lot of money to spend on a bird.’
Others pointed out that frozen food can be just as healthy as fresh because veg is often frozen right after picking, locking in the nutrients.
What’s in Iceland’s frozen Christmas feast?
Roast From Frozen Boneless Turkey Breast Joint (£10.00, 1.5kg)
Sausage & Bacon Rolls (£2.00, 12 pack)
Honey Roast Parsnips (£1.50, 750g)
McCain Roasts (£2.00, 1.4kg)
20 Pork, Sage and Onion Stuffing Balls (£1.50, 20 pack)
Button Sprouts (£1.00, 900g)
Iceland’s Irish Cream Gateau (£4.00, 780g)