Co-op’s Gravy Puffs Are Basically Gravy Flavoured Wotsits And We’re Here For It

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Co-op’s Gravy Puffs Are Basically Gravy Flavoured Wotsits And We’re Here For It

We are 100% obsessed with Christmas sandwiches here at Delish. But can you really have a sandwich without a side of crisps? Meal deals exists for a reason, ya know…

And if you’re having a Christmas sandwich, you should really be having festive crisps, am I right?

With this mind, we are all kinds of riled up over Co-op’s Christmas crisps this year, especially these Gravy Puffs.

These tasty little maize snacks are basically gravy flavoured Wotsits, and we sure as hell don’t have a problem with that.

New to Co-op for Christmas 2021, these Gravy Puffs are described by Co-op as being “light maize crisps, which will really satisfy those who love gravy on their Christmas dinner.” So, everyone then, yeah?

And better still, they’re vegan!

Photo credit: Co-op
Photo credit: Co-op

You can pick up a sharebag of Co-op’s Gravy Puffs in stores right now for £1.

As well as these tasty Christmas morsels, Co-op is also selling Irresistible Hog Roast Crisps. Again, new to Co-op this year, this potato crisps encapsulate “the smells and tastes of the Christmas markets,” apparently. And it’s all thanks to the meaty pork, sage and apple stuffing flavour. Yum!

Photo credit: Co-op
Photo credit: Co-op

These bad boys will set you back £1.70 for a sharebag.

Then, of course, it wouldn’t be Christmas without pigs in blankets, so Co-op simply had to make crisps inspired by these Christmas lunch must-haves. Co-op’s Irresistible Pigs in Blankets Hand Cooked Crisps are £1.70 a sharebag.

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