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Greggs reveals Christmas menu including Festive Bake and Pigs Under Blankets Baguette

GREGGS has finally revealed its Christmas menu for the year and the exact date it hit shops.

The popular festive bake is making a return for 2022, as well as Greggs’ salted caramel latte. 

We explain when you can grab Greggs’ Christmas menu – and how much it costs

If you’ve never tried one, the festive bake contains pieces of chicken breast, sage and onion stuffing, plus bacon, in a sage and cranberry sauce.

It’s one of the bakery chain’s signature festive treats, but customers will also be able to get their hands on some new products this year.

Greggs will be adding ten items to its Christmas menu and they’ll be available in store from Thursday, November 10.

We explain all we know about Gregg’s Christmas menu so far.

The festive bake will return to stores this Thursday (November 10)

The chain’s festive bake returns to stores later this week – costing £1.80 and coming in at 453 calories.

It’s made from a delicious crumb-topped pastry, filled with pieces of cooked chicken, sage and onion stuffing and cooked sweetcure bacon, covered in a creamy sage & cranberry sauce.

Greggs also offers a vegan festive bake filled with Quorn pieces, sage and onion stuffing and a vegan bacon crumb, finished with a sage and cranberry sauce encased in puff pastry.

The vegan alternative comes in at 442 calories and also costs £1.80.



Both pastries have seen their prices hiked by 20p on last year when they cost £1.60.

The pigs under blankets baguette will also return to stores this Thursday (November 10)

The pigs under blankets baguette will also make a return – costing £3.50 and coming in at 543 calories.

Greggs calls it a tasty baguette with all the trimmings – except sprouts.

It’s made up of cooked pork sausages with smoked sweetcure bacon topped with pork, onion and sage stuffing and garnished with cranberry and port sauce in a freshly baked crusty white baguette.

Like the festive bake, the baguette has seen its prices upped compared to last year.

In 2021, the pigs under blankets baguette cost £3.20 – so this year it’s up by 30p.

The new vegan turkey-free and stuffing baguette will be available in stores this week

Greggs has added a new vegan turkey-free and stuffing baguette to its festive menu – costing £3.50 and coming in at 500 calories.

The baguette is made with tasty sage and onion plant-based goujons developed with the help of our friends at THIS!™, covered in onion gravy and garnished with a classic cranberry and port sauce.

Greggs has also turned a Christmas dinner into a handy, enjoy on-the-go soup – costing £2.30 and coming in at 165 calories.

The soup is made with diced smoked bacon, pork sausage, tasty chicken, turkey, sage and onion stuffing and vegetables, blended with a delicious mix of herbs and spices.

The pigs under blankets baguette returns to stores this Thursday (November 10)

The Christmas lunch soup was available last year but cost 30p less at £2.

To wash your lunch down, you can choose from a selection of three festive hot drinks.

First up is the mint mocha topped with cream and chocolate sprinkles.

It costs £2.30 and will set you back 293 calories.

The same drink cost 35p less last year.

You can bag a mint hot chocolate too, which is also topped with cream and chocolate sprinkles.

It costs from £2.30 and calorie counters will want to know that it will set you back 278 calories.

The price of the drink is also up 35p from last year.

The salted caramel latte has also made a return.

It costs £2.30 and comes in at 225 calories – and is topped with whipped cream and salted caramel flavoured sugar – costing 35p more this year.

Greggs has also added a new Cold Brew Latte and Cold Brew Caramel Latte to its menu.

The standard cold brew costs £1.55 and comes in at 135 calories.

While the caramel cold brew also costs £1.55 but this time comes in at 88 calories.

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