Full English Breakfast and a cup of tea for 96p! (6 days on the trot from ASDA for £5.75 in total)
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Full English Breakfast and a cup of tea for 96p! (6 days on the trot from ASDA for £5.75 in total)

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Found 18th Oct 2017
Full English Breakfast and a cup of tea for 96p! (6 days on the trot from ASDA for £5.75 in total)

Now you can treat yourself to a full English Breakfast from Monday to Saturday for just 96p per day! All you need to do it cook it!

A full breakfast is a breakfast meal that typically includes bacon, sausages, eggs, other cooked foods and a beverage such as coffee or tea. It comes in different variants and is referred to by different names depending on the area; it is colloquially known as a “fry up” in all areas, however.

You need the following high quality ingredients;

BAKED BEANS 23p


EGGS 70p


SAUSAGES 89p


BACON 57p


MUSHROOMS 38p


TOMATOES 69p


BLACK PUDDING £1


BREAD 59p


TEA BAGS 25p


MILK 45p


Each day you get the following!

DAY 1: MONDAY

2 slices of bread
1 egg
1 sausage
Baked beans
Bacon
Mushrooms
1 Tomato
1 Black pudding
1 Cup of tea, no sugar, just milk

DAY 2: TUESDAY

2 slices of bread
1 egg
1 sausage
Baked beans
Bacon
Mushrooms
1 Tomato
1 Black pudding
1 Cup of tea, no sugar, just milk

DAY 3: WEDNESDAY

2 slices of bread
1 egg
1 sausage
Baked beans
Bacon
Mushrooms
1 Tomato
1 Black pudding
1 Cup of tea, no sugar, just milk

DAY 4: THURSDAY

2 slices of bread
1 egg
1 sausage
Baked beans
Bacon
Mushrooms
1 Tomato
1 Black pudding
1 Cup of tea, no sugar, just milk

DAY 5: FRIDAY

2 slices of bread
1 egg
1 sausage
Baked beans
Bacon
Mushrooms
1 Tomato
1 Black pudding
1 Cup of tea, no sugar, just milk

DAY 6: SATURDAY

2 slices of bread
1 egg
1 sausage
Baked beans
Bacon
Mushrooms
1 Tomato
1 Black pudding
1 Cup of tea, no sugar, just milk

DAY 7: SUNDAY

You will even have enough for a sausage sandwich on the Sunday!
1 Cup of tea, no sugar, just milk

Enjoy as part of a healthy lifestyle.

DISCLAIMER: Photo may not be an exact replica of what your cooked breakfast will look like, but is there as a guide only.

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There will be a surge of people tomorrow morning (who only read the title) demanding their full English and a cuppa for 96p at Asda's in store 'restaurants'.
I'm obviously alone in wondering what the hecky thump is going on when a post like this is getting so much heat . Apologies OP , I appreciate the time it's taken to write up , but may as well have put , "buy cheap ingredients , make cheap breakfasts" .

I wouldnt buy eggs that aren't free range ( personal choice) ,the "cooking bacon" says it has to be consumed within 2 days of opening the pack , kinda gave up after that. Not sure where the high quality ingredients you quote are hiding
Edited by: "tinkerbellian" 18th Oct 2017
Here's a better deal!

Breakfast every day for 5.1p!!!!! (15 days on the trot for 77p)

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One sausage? You're having a laugh!
SuperEd
@john808 - Making me hungry now, thanks for posting!


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Thursday's breakfast looks to be the best. Ta OP. Voted hot.
Shows fatty cooking bacon ??
Thanks to you I have also sorted out my dinner for the week for £4.20 (7 x £0.60)

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Jaxs1232 m ago

Shows fatty cooking bacon ??

Yeah adsa cooking bacon ain't the best smart price smoked is better and only 43p more
There seems to be a negative correlation between the OP writing high quality ingredients and supplying a link to value eggs.

Is he Gregg Wallace in disguise?
I voted hot before realising you have to make it yourself!
I'm glad it comes with a nice cuppa.
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Love this. We need to see lunch next!
Hot from me would spend a bit more on better bacon and buy frozen smart price sausage (20 for a quid) but value is value do you think cafe's have the best eggs err no
Love it
Original Poster
reindeer3335 m ago

Thanks to you I have also sorted out my dinner for the week for £4.20 (7 x …Thanks to you I have also sorted out my dinner for the week for £4.20 (7 x £0.60) https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/cheese-tomato-pizza-60p-at-asda-2812788


Glad to help
Editor
Blimey, see you all in ASDA Cheers!
Original Poster
moley12 m ago

Hot from me would spend a bit more on better bacon and buy frozen smart …Hot from me would spend a bit more on better bacon and buy frozen smart price sausage (20 for a quid) but value is value do you think cafe's have the best eggs err no


Thanks - I didn't go for frozen as I pride myself on fresh quality produce.
Is it a bean a day?
A great post.
DAY 8: Heart attack
Heat for effort OP!
then do the dishes
dewonderful5 m ago

DAY 8: Heart attack

There will be a surge of people tomorrow morning (who only read the title) demanding their full English and a cuppa for 96p at Asda's in store 'restaurants'.
LOST!
No heat, OP put battery farmed eggs in the description...
I'm obviously alone in wondering what the hecky thump is going on when a post like this is getting so much heat . Apologies OP , I appreciate the time it's taken to write up , but may as well have put , "buy cheap ingredients , make cheap breakfasts" .

I wouldnt buy eggs that aren't free range ( personal choice) ,the "cooking bacon" says it has to be consumed within 2 days of opening the pack , kinda gave up after that. Not sure where the high quality ingredients you quote are hiding
Edited by: "tinkerbellian" 18th Oct 2017
Heat alone for the inventive Post! Well done!
Putting "trot" in the title ruined it for me
Here's a better deal!

Breakfast every day for 5.1p!!!!! (15 days on the trot for 77p)

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Great post
Toybhoy9 m ago

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Do you only add free water to your cereal? I prefer milk.
ToastyBuns12 m ago

Putting "trot" in the title ruined it for me



This deal will give ya 7 days of the trots without a doubt!
ToastyBuns18 m ago

Putting "trot" in the title ruined it for me


Actually made me press hot. Unusual play of words you see.
I'm not sure how this is meant to be a "deal". These are Asda's value range items at their normal price. You could probably get a similar "deal" with any other supermarket's value range.

Credit for encouraging people to try value brands though - it's not always "you get what you pay for"!
Gozer11 m ago

Do you only add free water to your cereal? I prefer milk.


Damn soft Southerners...
Original Poster
tinkerbellian1 h, 29 m ago

I'm obviously alone in wondering what the hecky thump is going on when a …I'm obviously alone in wondering what the hecky thump is going on when a post like this is getting so much heat . Apologies OP , I appreciate the time it's taken to write up , but may as well have put , "buy cheap ingredients , make cheap breakfasts" . I wouldnt buy eggs that aren't free range ( personal choice) ,the "cooking bacon" says it has to be consumed within 2 days of opening the pack , kinda gave up after that. Not sure where the high quality ingredients you quote are hiding


Thanks for getting in touch. The bacon can be cut into slices and put in the freezer so no issue with the 2 day limit and the mushrooms, tomatoes and beans are three of your five a day, fine quality ingredients
Edited by: "john808" 18th Oct 2017
Full English for 6 days in a row? Sunday certainly will be a day of rest after that week of high cholesterol breakfasts.
Original Poster
Pelican19829 m ago

I'm not sure how this is meant to be a "deal". These are Asda's value …I'm not sure how this is meant to be a "deal". These are Asda's value range items at their normal price. You could probably get a similar "deal" with any other supermarket's value range.Credit for encouraging people to try value brands though - it's not always "you get what you pay for"!


Yes but the baked beans are 25p in Tesco so you save yourself 2p by shopping at ASDA.
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