Space Raiders Now Come As Frozen Potato Shapes That Would Be Great For Your Tea

Anna Lewis
·1-min read

From Delish

If we were to ask you what your favourite crisps were, there’s a fairly good chance you’d say Hula Hoops or Space Raiders, right? We’re not mind-readers, we just know for a fact that Hula Hoops and Space Raiders are some of the best crisps out there, so the odds are good that you'd be into them as much as we are.

Well, if you really do love these particular crisps as much as us, you’ll be super-excited about what we have for you here: Hula Hoops and Space Raiders now comes in frozen potato form, which are perfect for your dinner!

These Hula Hoops Potato Rings and Space Raiders Potato Shapes are a little bit like potato waffles or potato smileys. So, they're tasty, fluffy potato centres in a crispy coating. But these guys are better than waffles or smileys because they come in a load of delicious flavours, just like the crisps version. We’re talking BBQ beef, original, cheese and onion and salt and vinegar for the Hula Hoops and pickled onion and BBQ beef for the Space Raiders!

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How good would the salt and vinegar Hula Hoops be with fish fingers and peas for your tea? And tell me you don’t fancy the pickled onion Space Raiders with sausages and baked beans…

You can pick up a bag of these Frozen Potato Shapes from Iceland and Food Warehouse as of today (12 April), and a bag will set you back just £1.50.

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