In the latest in utterly bizarre Christmas foods, Morrisons is launching a full Christmas dinner in a quiche.
Why? You may ask. And that would be a good question. Were not sure anyone has ever needed Christmas dinner to be served in quiche form… but here we are.
That being said, we can imagine this festive quiche going down an absolute treat on Boxing Day.
Imagine a slice of this along side some leftover pigs in blankets, a wedge of brie and some pickled onions. We could certainly get behind that.
Inside this festive mash-up you will find British turkey, shredded Wiltshire ham, British pork sage and onion stuffing.
It also includes British green cabbage, and its seasoned with black pepper and baked in a smooth, egg custard filling.
It sounds surprisingly good. But isnt quiche more of a summer food?
Or does adding stuffing to anything automatically make it Christmassy?
The quiche is the latest unconventional Christmas offering from the supermarket giant.
Earlier this month they announced the launch of a pasty containing an entire three-course Christmas dinner, including desert. Which received an unsurprisingly mixed response.
The quiche is made in-store by Morrisons own bakers. It costs just £2 and is available to buy until 31 December.