Holland’s Stuff Christmas Dinner into a Pie and answer everyone’s Christmas wishes

For the first time ever, proper Lancashire baker Holland’s Pies is getting into the festive spirit by creating a Limited Edition Christmas Dinner pie!

Yep, you heard it right. Made with Holland’s signature shortcrust pastry, the pie is filled with succulent diced roast turkey breast, chipolata sausage, pork stuffing balls, mini roast potatoes and chunks of smoked bacon, shrouded in a cranberry and herb gravy. It’s even covered in edible GLITTER! Is your mouth watering yet?

Hollands2Not only that, but Holland’s may look to introduce the pie permanently to its range next year, should the trial be successful. Pie enthusiasts across the North West will also have an opportunity to be one of the very first people to try the Christmas Dinner pie. Launching on Holland’s Pies’ social channels this Friday (15th December), a special giveaway will give true pie fans the chance to win this delicious festive treat, in a very special Friday Pie Day competition.

All people need to do is head to the Holland’s Pies Facebook and Twitter pages Now. Five lucky winners will then be chosen after the competition closes at 9am on Monday 18th December, each winning a pie just in time for Christmas!

Leanne Holcroft, Brand Manager at Holland’s Pies, said: “We want to give back to our loyal customers this festive season and what better way than free pie-tastic Christmas Dinner pies! This is a first for Holland’s and we’re looking forward to seeing who ends up as the lucky winners – who knows, they could be tucking into a delicious pie on Christmas Day! Keep your eyes peeled in 2018 too as this trial could mean introducing the pie to our range next Christmas.”

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