Iceland launches exclusive Mac & Cheese bites from TGI Fridays for £2

With some warm weather expected this weekend and National BBQ week still underway, what would a barbecue be without the good grub?

Whether you'll be flipping burgers, frying shrimp or cooking up a storm of finger food – and an exciting new launch from budget supermarket Iceland, is bound to make bbq's in the garden that little bit easier.

The chain has expanded its TGI Fridays range, boasting brand-new TGI Fridays Mac & Cheese Bites, which are available exclusively at Iceland and can be bought in-store and online for just £2.

The new bites make the perfect accompaniment to any meal or to enjoy as a snack on their own.

Complete with a light crispy breading, these bites are the perfect addition to the big family feast over the weekend – or simply to enjoy on their own with a few dips and Saturday night TV.

Whatever way shoppers choose to enjoy them, they’re sure to light up every plate.

It’s no secret that everything tastes better when coated in golden brown breadcrumbs and the iconic Mac & Cheese is no exception, a favoured food especially as BBQ season is in full swing.

TGI Fridays latest instalment at Iceland is sure to be a hit with cheese lovers across the UK – and it seems they are already heading that way.

Social media has already been abuzz with the news of the launch, with many eager shoppers expressing their excitement to get their hands on a box of the bites.

Popular food blogger on Facebook, NewfoodsUK recently posted about the latest launch and hundreds of eagle eyed shoppers took to the comment section.

One user tagged a friend and simply stated: "Need these when you next go Iceland".

Another said: "Good lord almighty" followed by the love heart eyes emoji.

While another user quipped: "NEED THESE" with love heart eyes emojis to follow.

And if the Mac & Cheese bites don't tickle your fancy, Iceland exclusively stocks an entire range of TGI Friday treats. The full range includes sumptuous sides and hearty mains – as well as a range of desserts that sound too good to eat.

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