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sims2fan Tue 14-Dec-10 08:15:33

I love cheese wrapped in bacon to have with Christmas dinner. If you've never had it, it's just the same as sausage wrapped in bacon (pigs in blankets) only with cheese instead of sausage! When I was living at my parents my mum always had these as part of her Christmas dinner. They were the shop bought variety, as in the 90s/early 00s they seemed to be stocked in most supermarkets in the run up to Christmas. The last few years I have been married and now we go to my husband's family for Christmas, and my now widowed mum goes to my brother's. Christmas dinner is not the same, and my SIL does not do cheese wrapped in bacon, which was my absolute favourite part of my mum's dinner! So I want to get some of them to have myself before it's even Christmas. But my local supermarket (Sainbury's, but small branch) doesn't stock them. Plus, I know my mum looked for some last year for the extended family meal we had just after Christmas but couldn't find any. Have they stopped doing them in supermarkets? Just wondered if anyone has seen any and in which shop? Thanks.

XmascarolOfFact Tue 14-Dec-10 08:23:13

I've never heard of this, but it does sound yummy, I have a massive soft spot for melted cheese. Could you not just wrap some cheese in bacon yourself? Presumably it would be some kind of cheese that wouldn't turn into an oily mess when heated, like hard mozzerella or goats cheese?

<Suddenly has cravings for baked camembert and deep fried mozzarella and brie>

LauraNorder Tue 14-Dec-10 08:29:59

I make this but I use halloumi cheese and usually serve it with a mango chutney dip! It's fab!

girlywhirly Tue 14-Dec-10 08:43:32

I remember serving some at a pre Christmas buffet party, some years ago. They were from M&S party food range, but I can't remember whether they were frozen or fresh. I couldn't say if they still do them.

EvianBaby Tue 14-Dec-10 08:51:43

Hi

M&S do them and they are gorgeous!!! I could eat a whole tray to myself. blush
I think other places might do them but i don't think that they are as nice grin. Enjoy!

ChippedChinaTeacup Tue 14-Dec-10 08:56:42

I saw them in Asda last year if that's any help

sims2fan Tue 14-Dec-10 09:04:49

Hmmmm, didn't think about M&S! I am in town on Thursday, so might have a look in. I have done a product search on the Asda website, and they have something called 'cheese and bacon rolls' but it's the one item without a picture, so can't tell if it's the right thing!

Yes, I blatantly could make my own, but what I loved about these was that you just shove them in the oven for however long it says, then get them out and eat. No mess, no fuss! (and no need for hard work by me, which is always a bonus!)

bytheMoonlight Tue 14-Dec-10 09:38:39

Tesco have them - I added some to my online order yesterday

2gorgeousboys Tue 14-Dec-10 14:29:34

I bough some from Sainsburys last year - they were in a pack with sausages wrapped in bacon.

2gorgeousboys Tue 14-Dec-10 14:29:58

bought blush

nappyaddict Fri 24-Dec-10 22:11:32

M&S, Morrisons and Asda definitely do them.

KenDoddsDadsDogEatsTinsel Fri 24-Dec-10 22:28:06

I love them too! I couldn't find any this year in the scrum that was M&S.

nappyaddict Fri 24-Dec-10 22:32:33

Does anyone know how to make home-made ones?

maxybrown Fri 24-Dec-10 22:45:55

I'd like to know too - one of our local markets sell them, ready cooked to scoff whilst walking round blush they are gorgeous and both DH and I felt positively sick afterwards as we ate so many.

maxybrown Fri 24-Dec-10 22:48:36

nappy - simples grin

ocdgirl Fri 24-Dec-10 22:51:35

tesco do them, i know because for the last 2 years i have picked them up by mistake and i never notice until christmas eve when i'm preparing everything lol

nappyaddict Fri 24-Dec-10 22:59:55

I thought you would have to use some sort of special cheese to stop it going all liquidy and gooey!

mattym1983 Fri 14-Nov-14 08:06:35

Just looked on tessco there not the 1s i love these things to restate what was said there like pigs in a blanket with chesse not sausage

mattym1983 Fri 14-Nov-14 08:51:09

No sign of them on the m&s web site ither tho i will say hard to use even pigs in blanket are called sausage and bacon rolls shouldnt they in in bread to be a rollsad .
hate to say but just looked on asda thats a bust aswell there pigs in a blanket are called sasage and bacon wraps confused. Iceland were back to rolls with no bread or any kind of pastry hmm .
still no luck this time at sainsburrys but at least there calling pigs in blanket pigs in a blanket if some 1 finds em let me knw if i do ill be back

Suegallimore Thu 11-Dec-14 06:29:35

Did anyone ever manage to find them, I used to love these but not found them the last couple of years

dietstartsmonday Thu 11-Dec-14 06:44:25

lidl have them

DamselNotInHerDress Thu 11-Dec-14 09:09:18

ZOMBIE THREAD fgrin
By the way, they sound gross!

Ginger82 Tue 23-Dec-14 16:37:48

I just phoned M&S & they're currently "not active" which apparently means they no longer do them :-( Has anyone found them anywhere else?

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