Your days of spending hours over a hot stove making a holiday meal are over.
British video game retailer GAME has relaunched their time-saving culinary answer in the form a three-course Christmas dinner in a tin can, according to the New York Post.
The Christmas Tinner comes with nine-layers of holiday fare compacted into an aluminum can so you can spend the rest of the day playing whatever games Santa Claus left you under the tree. It’s the ultimate stocking stuffer!
“The all-day feast includes everything from scrambled eggs and bacon for breakfast, vegetarian pigs in blankets within the main, and mince pies as a snack,” the description reads on the interesting menu item’s website.
“All you have to do is start from the top and work down from morning until dessert.”
So what exactly is in it, you might ask? Well, in descending order you start with a layer of scrambled eggs and bacon, followed by two mince pies, turkey & potatoes, gravy, bread sauce, cranberry sauce, brussel sprouts with stuffing, roast carrots and parsnips, and for the grand finale there’s Christmas pudding. Finishing it will be a Christmas miracle!
Believe it or not, the Christmas Tinner has been quite successful in years prior, so this season they’ve added vegetarian and vegan versions to make the Yuletide even more bizarre.
Instead of eggs, bacon or turkey, the Vegetarian Christmas Tinner features gingerbread pancakes, a nut roast and a puzzling piece of Toblerone chocolate in the middle. It also includes three more layers of edible nourishment than the original, for a total of 12 peculiar meat-free layers.
The compact meals retail for about $2.64 and for some reason have been known to sell-out.