Domino’s has joined forces with Heinz for the creation of a brand-new pizza special that’s inspired by the most important meal of the day.
Over the years, Domino’s has cemented itself as being a go-to takeaway option for hungry people right across the UK, but now, the much-loved pizza company is clearly aiming to cure hangovers and take the breakfast world by storm while they’re at it – and so, has teamed up with Heinz especially for the occasion.
Introducing the ‘Domino’s x Heinz Big Brekkie Pizza’.
Inspired by the beloved Full English fry up, the limited-edition Big Brekkie Pizza is on the original Domino’s tomato base, and then it comes topped with Cumberland sausages, bacon, mushrooms, chopped tomatoes, mozzarella cheese, and your choice of two classic Heinz sauces drizzled all over the top.
Whether you’re a red or a brown sauce kind of person, you can pick from Heinz Tomato Ketchup or HP Brown Sauce to accompany your pizza.
Domino’s has admitted its newest creation is its “sauciest of pizza yet”, and has revealed the collaboration with Heinz was in the making for well over a year – with the pizza company saying getting the toppings just right took some time.
Speaking on the launch of the new pizza creation, Chloé Schiltz – Brand Manager at Kraft Heinz – said: “Long has the nation debated on whether you put Heinz Tomato Ketchup or HP Sauce on your breakfast, and now, we can’t wait to find out which of our sauces reigns supreme on Domino’s Big Brekkie pizza.”
The Big Brekkie Pizza is now available to order from Domino’s branches nationwide, but some foodie fans aren’t completely convinced by the new creation and have pointed out that a few breakfast staples seem to be missing as toppings.
One person questioned on the Domino’s announcement post on Facebook: “No hash browns, egg, black pudding or beans, so it’s not a full breakfast pizza.”
“They have every single one of these toppings all year every year, the only ‘new’ thing is the ketchup/brown sauce drizzle which you could easily do at home,” another fan pointed out on Facebook.
And a third wrote: “Not breakfast without egg. Put an egg on it.”
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Coca-Cola confirms the Christmas Truck is coming to Manchester this weekend
Coca-Cola has finally confirmed the news we’ve all been waiting for… the Christmas Truck will be in Manchester this weekend.
December is here, the temperatures have plummeted outside, and the ‘most wonderful time of the year’ is nearing closer and closer by the day – but it’s not Christmas until you’ve gone and got a Coca-Cola from the giant red van is it, right?
Well luckily, we won’t have to wait too much longer to get to do that once again.
The soft drinks company confirmed that ‘Holidays Are Coming’ a couple of weeks back, with the UK tour of the iconic Coca-Cola Christmas Truck now well underway, and having visited other major northern cities such as Leeds and Liverpool over the last few days.
And now, Coca-Cola has revealed that the legendary van is coming to Greater Manchester this weekend, and will be stopping off at the Trafford Centre for one day only.
The much-loved festive symbol will be arriving outside the shopping centre tomorrow (Saturday 2 December) from midday right through until 8pm to provide “the ultimate Christmas celebration”, with a whole host of activities planned for families of all ages.
The 2023 Coca-Cola Christmas Truck journey will be packed with “interactive experiences for visitors to immerse themselves in”.
Anyone who heads to the Trafford Centre from midday tomorrow will first be welcomed by a walk-in, snow-filled bauble that invites them to “step into a winter wonderland for the perfect holiday snapshot”, all before making a stop at the ‘Ho-Ho-Hoop Hut’ to take part in a fun festive game for the chance to win a selection of prizes – including meal-inspired rewards, and recycled Christmas tree decorations.
Families can then finish off the tour by posing for a memorable photo opportunity in front of the iconic Coca-Cola truck.
Visitors are welcome to listen to the Coca-Cola Christmas choir as they perform a set of carols too.
Fancy it then? If you’re ready to kick-start Christmas the right way, then make sure you get yourself down to the Trafford Centre from midday tomorrow.
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Tesco has slashed the price of one-litre bottles of Baileys by more than 50%
Tesco has slashed the price of one-litre bottles of Baileys by more than 50%, and they’re now available to get your hands on for a limited time only.
With December officially here, and the festive season nearing closer by the day, most UK supermarkets are rolling out deals left, right, and centre to help shoppers save a few pennies during ‘the most wonderful time of the year’ as the cost of living crisis continues – and it seems like Tesco is absolutely no different.
That’s because the retailer has decided to knock a whopping £12 off the regular price of one-litre bottles of one of the best-loved Christmas tipples.
Fans of the classic Irish cream liqueur drink will probably want to run not walk to their nearest Tesco to stock up on Baileys ready for the big day to arrive, as big bottles of the festive favourite have been reduced from £22 right down to just £10, and are now available to fill your basket with.
But… there’s a bit of a catch (isn’t there always?)
Not only is the over half-price offer only available for a very limited time, and due to expire at the end of next week, but shoppers will only be able to buy the one-litre bottles at the impressive £10 price if they’re Tesco Clubcard customers.
You were probably expecting that’d be the case, right? The supermarket – which is well-known for the savings it offers via is loyalty card scheme all year round – is giving Clubcard users up until Monday 11 December to nip to their nearest branch or head online to the Tesco website and buy as many bottles of Bailey’s as they fancy.
As part of the supermarket’s commitment to “keep prices low” until the end of the year, stuffing, roast potatoes, cranberry sauce, and even tin foil have all seen their prices slashed as the retailer aims to help those struggling to cover costs.