LIDL'S festive crisp range includes two new flavours - guinea fowl and black truffle and lobster cocktail.
Christmas favourites such as pigs in blankets, sage and onion stuffing and ham hock and ale are also coming back.
The bargain supermarket’s hand-cooked Deluxe crisps cost just 75p for a 150g bag.
For those worried about their waistline, be careful not to over-indulge as an entire bag of pigs in blankets contains 41.4g of fat.
We worked out that 25g of pigs in blanket has 6.9g of fat.
One 25g serving of these smoky flavoured crisps is 127 calories.
Lidl's range of Christmas flavoured crisps
HERE'S the list of Lidl's flavoured festive crisps to munch on this Christmas
In 2017, shoppers went mad for Lidl's pigs in blankets crisps, mostly because they taste like the real thing.
One fan said on Twitter: “Today I bought Lidl’s pigs in blankets crisps, and they actually taste like pigs in blankets.”
“The crisps sound delicious,” said another fan.
And, they are even suitable for vegetarians.
One person commented: “Lidl had pigs in blankets flavour crisps and they’re veggie. I am buzzin.”
Lidl's pigs in blankets crisps are cheaper than Walkers’ version, with a 75g sharing bag of Walkers festive crisps costing £1 compared to Lidl's 75p for a 150g bag.
We also shopped around and found that Lidl's own branded pigs in blankets crisps cost less than Tesco’s version, with a 150g pack of Tesco’s limited edition crisps costing £1 compared to just 75p for Lidl's own brand.
Did you know that Lidl will give 19,000 staff pay rise next year as Living Wage jumps
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