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6 Luxury Mince Pies £1.50 Iceland

£1.50 @ Iceland
These have beaten Harrods and Selfridges this Christmas. Judged best in the UK in the 2016 Good Housekeeping taste test despite being only 25p each. Great price and a mince pie your guests are probabl… Read More
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These have beaten Harrods and Selfridges this Christmas. Judged best in the UK in the 2016 Good Housekeeping taste test despite being only 25p each. Great price and a mince pie your guests are probably going to like.
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#1
Smaller and higher in sugar that most "Luxury" mince pies, but due to the rich flavour of the filling, a clear winner. Mince pie of the season for me (2nd place Aldi and 3rd Lidl, both are bigger and cheaper!!!)

Edited By: GazmoX on Nov 29, 2016 12:25
2 Likes #2
Tried 'em all (I have a mince pie fetish), and the winner hands down for me is Aldi. None of the others came near when considering the fruity filling!
1 Like #3
I don't see how this is a 'deal'
3 Likes #4
they're award winning. best mince pies in Britain
#5
dvdvicar
Tried 'em all (I have a mince pie fetish), and the winner hands down for me is Aldi. None of the others came near when considering the fruity filling!
Waitrose All Butter for me! ;)
#6
nice mince pies..... however I wouldn't pay more than £1 for a box
#7
Natalie993
they're award winning. best mince pies in Britain
Sure - but I see what flavia means - it's a recommendation - not a deal.
#8
I have tried these and they are really nice. The Lidl ones are virtually the same but a wee bit cheaper.
1 Like #9
these are vegetarian friendly too
1 Like #10
dvdvicar
Tried 'em all (I have a mince pie fetish), and the winner hands down for me is Aldi. None of the others came near when considering the fruity filling!


Which ones? The normal ones or the luxury?
Worst of the year so far have to be Mr Kipling. They are truly foul.
#11
chimp14uk
dvdvicar
Tried 'em all (I have a mince pie fetish), and the winner hands down for me is Aldi. None of the others came near when considering the fruity filling!
Which ones? The normal ones or the luxury?
Worst of the year so far have to be Mr Kipling. They are truly foul.
I can beat that... Morrisons are hands-down THE worst! The picture on the box makes them look delicious but they're tiny overcooked/burnt and bland tasting.
2 Likes #12
GazmoX
Smaller and higher in sugar that most "Luxury" mince pies, but due to the rich flavour of the filling, a clear winner. Mince pie of the season for me (2nd place Aldi and 3rd Lidl, both are bigger and cheaper!!!)
The aldi and lidl ones on the list I have seen are quite a way done on the list and the aldi one tested is twice the price https://www.goodhousekeeping.co.uk/institute/food-reviews/mince-pies
1 Like #13
They don't have the regular aldi Ines on the above list. They are £1:15 for 6 and are the best. Nom nom
#14
The Aldi ones I have been noshing are these £1.29

Edited By: dvdvicar on Nov 29, 2016 15:08
#15
dvdvicar
The Aldi ones I have been noshing are these £1.29

Have you tried the 'exquisite' ones?

https://www.aldi.co.uk/exquisite-mince-pies/p/066058007460000
1 Like #16
wordsworth
GazmoX
Smaller and higher in sugar that most "Luxury" mince pies, but due to the rich flavour of the filling, a clear winner. Mince pie of the season for me (2nd place Aldi and 3rd Lidl, both are bigger and cheaper!!!)
The aldi and lidl ones on the list I have seen are quite a way done on the list and the aldi one tested is twice the price https://www.goodhousekeeping.co.uk/institute/food-reviews/mince-pies

That's my list though....;)
#17
aldi ones are better (IMO) and only £1.29
#18
Luxury....I don't think so....I thank my parents for teaching me to cook and bake....
Luxury....homebaked everytime ;)
#19
themachman
aldi ones are better (IMO) and only £1.29

What does IMO stand for?
#20
husain_kola
themachman
aldi ones are better (IMO) and only £1.29
What does IMO stand for?

Phillips .......
1 Like #21
Just been on an Aldi run and and scores another three boxes.
#22
lukeo44
dvdvicar
Tried 'em all (I have a mince pie fetish), and the winner hands down for me is Aldi. None of the others came near when considering the fruity filling!
Waitrose All Butter for me! ;)
The Aldi ones are "All Butter" also and they are damn fine.
#23
husain_kola
themachman
aldi ones are better (IMO) and only £1.29

What does IMO stand for?


In my opinion
#24
Cold from me, I was in there yesterday and got 12 luxury mince pies for the same price
#25
Aldi stock about 5 versions. Will give the ones mentioned above a bash
#26
Tried these today, really tasty. Best I've tasted in a very long time.
#27
cburns
Luxury....I don't think so....I thank my parents for teaching me to cook and bake....
Luxury....homebaked everytime ;)
Hope you're making your own mincemeat. :)
#28
deanoquinn
Cold from me, I was in there yesterday and got 12 luxury mince pies for the same price

You mean 12 standard mince pies. Similar packaging, just missing the world "Luxury". But if you are happy.....

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/12-mince-pies-iceland-1-50-2555711

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