Morrisons Bakery fresh Butter Croissant now 5 for a £1 including other baked in-store products so you can Mix & Match - HotUKDeals
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Morrisons Bakery fresh Butter Croissant now 5 for a £1.00 including other baked in-store products so you can Mix & Match

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Morrisons Bakery fresh butter croissants 5 for a £1 including other baked in-store single items - bagel, panini, rolls etc so you can pick and mix. In store deal
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Morrisons Bakery fresh butter croissants 5 for a £1 including other baked in-store single items - bagel, panini, rolls etc so you can pick and mix. In store deal
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#1
cold as a Eskimos bum during time he's taking a dump. been 5 for £1 for about 2 years!
#2
vampiresky
cold as a Eskimos bum during time he's taking a dump. been 5 for £1 for about 2 years!


Not in my local Morrisons stores. Were priced higher before

Edited By: katzinthehouse on Oct 17, 2016 13:59
1 Like #3
good deal not in mine too
1 Like #4
Sorry, must be larger store's , Brentford always had this deal.
1 Like #5
It used to be 5 for £1 then for about the last year or so it went up to 6 for £1.20. A good deal compared to other super markets none the less
3 Likes #6
I prefer Lidl ones and they are larger but this is still a good deal
1 Like #7
hot as they are 4 for £1 in Tesco. The term 'freshly baked' is a bit misleading though, as they all come in frozen.
#8
pompey77
hot as they are 4 for £1 in Tesco. The term 'freshly baked' is a bit misleading though, as they all come in frozen.


Edited it slightly.
#9
katzinthehouse
pompey77
hot as they are 4 for £1 in Tesco. The term 'freshly baked' is a bit misleading though, as they all come in frozen.


Edited it slightly.


​You didn't have to, I was more so digging at the retailers. They use this term on all the frozen bakery stock.
#10
pompey77
katzinthehouse
pompey77
hot as they are 4 for £1 in Tesco. The term 'freshly baked' is a bit misleading though, as they all come in frozen.
Edited it slightly.
​You didn't have to, I was more so digging at the retailers. They use this term on all the frozen bakery stock.

No problem
#11
pompey77
hot as they are 4 for £1 in Tesco. The term 'freshly baked' is a bit misleading though, as they all come in frozen.
I do not think it is misleading as they clearly indicate it is only "freshly baked" rather than freshly made from scratch. Except for artisan bakeries all such stuff are made in huge lots in factories and shipped frozen to restaurants, supermarkets where they are "freshly baked".
#12
varunadas
pompey77
hot as they are 4 for £1 in Tesco. The term 'freshly baked' is a bit misleading though, as they all come in frozen.
I do not think it is misleading as they clearly indicate it is only "freshly baked" rather than freshly made from scratch. Except for artisan bakeries all such stuff are made in huge lots in factories and shipped frozen to restaurants, supermarkets where they are "freshly baked".


​Yes I am aware of this, as a baker in a supermarket

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