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O little town of Pret-lehem, the overworked millennials sing on their lunch break.


By admin , in Food , at November 6, 2018

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O little town of Pret-lehem, the overworked millennials sing on their lunch break.

The time has come to enjoy the popular chains Christmas offerings, which means well all be eating a lot of festive sandwiches between now and the big day.

Theres all the usual suspects in the range, with a few new additions. One great thing on top of the food, however, is the fact that 50p will be donated to charity from every festive sandwich and baguette sold this year.

The money will go to The Pret Foundation, and will help homeless people to find jobs and mentoring within the company.

Its all in the spirit, eh.

Heres whats in store for Pret this Christmas:

Christmas lunch sandwich, £3.75

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Turkey, port and cranberry-orange sauce, pork stuffing, spinach, mayo, and crispy onions.

What more could you want on a cold winters day?

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Veggie Christmas lunch sandwich, £3.50

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The vegetarian version of Prets famous festive sarnie has butternut squash, rocket, crispy onions, christmas pesto, and a spoonful of yoghurt and mayo dressing.

Vegan Christmas lunch sandwich, £3.50

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Not too far off the veggie option is this vegan number.

Youll have grilled carrots, crispy onions and baby spinach with our festive vegan stuffing, and port and orange cranberry sauce. There are also some caramelised pecans thrown in for crunch.

Christmas lunch baguette, £4.25

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In here, you have everything youd find in the meaty sandwich version served in a stonebaked baguette.

Wiltshire-cured ham and Wensleydale baguette, £3.99

One to eat while watching Wallace and Gromit (a Christmas tradition, of course).

It includes the comedic cartoon pairs favourite cheese, ham, caramelised onion chutney, and some pecans and spinach for bite.

Brie and cranberry baguette, £3.50

Brie is a very festive cheese, no two ways about it.

This baguette includes three slices of it, with cranberry sauce, toasted pistachios, and some rocket to offset the sweetness.

Festive winter salad, £4.50

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Many people eschew salads as the weather cools down, but die-hards can just go for something a bit more wintry with this.

Shredded apple is combined with butternut squash, broccoli, and spinach. Then theres Wensleydale with cranberries, caramelised pecans, and pomegranate seeds. Lush.

Mince pie cookie, £1.45

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A brand new one from Pret that likely came off the back of the success of their amazing vegan chocolate cookie is this spicy treat.

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Big mincemeat chunks are encased in a ginger and orange cookie.

Melvin the melting gingerbread snowman, £1.45

You know this old favourite. Marshmallow, gingerbread, and jelly sweets.

Christmas tiffin, £1.60

This is a real mix, with gingerbread pieces, white chocolate, dried cranberries, pistachios, and loads of orange chocolate.

Drinks, all £2.85

  • Creme brulee latte
  • Orange hot chocolate
  • Mint hot chocolate
  • Gingerbread latte

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