Iceland launches new TGI Friday’s frozen food range and prices start at just £2

Ribs, wings, onion rings and desserts on offer

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Iceland has launched a TGI Friday’s range and fans of the eatery are thrilled.

The Iceland TGI Friday’s range features no less than 12 different treats that, up until now, have only been available in the store’s 80 restaurants.

There’s something for everyone in the new line-up, too.

You can enjoy everything from indulgent cheesy starters to meaty mains and delicious desserts.

The TGI Friday’s range at Iceland includes mouthwatering ribs (Credit: Iceland)

What’s in the Iceland TGI Friday’s range?

So what will you be able to devour after a shop at the frozen food giant, we hear you ask?

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Well… a whole load of TGI Friday’s deliciousness.

The Jalapeno Cheese Bites, Loaded Bacon & Cheese Skins and Mozzarella Sticks are all available in store for the very first time.

The potato skins are going straight in our basket (Credit: Iceland)

When it comes to mains, indulge in the Friday’s Wings, Boneless Hot Wings, Cajun Prawns or the Friday’s BBQ Ribs.

When it comes to sides, the line-up will take some beating.

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You’ll find the Chilli Beef Fries, Cheese & Bacon Warrior Fries and Cajun Onion Rings in the freezer aisle, too.

For dessert, indulge in the New York Cheesecake or the Brownie Obsession dessert.

Sides include onion rings (Credit: Iceland)

The latter can be microwaved in two minutes from frozen – perfect for those who need a chocolate fix in minutes.

Oh boy, they did not disappoint! And for £3 these are an absolute winner.

Food blogger NewFoodsUK tried the Boneless Chicken Wings and declared them a “winner”.

“Oh boy, they did not disappoint! And for £3 these are an absolute winner,” they posted.

Others said the range was going “right in my basket”.

Tuck into the Warrior Fries at home (Credit: Iceland)

“Will deffo be trying these cool at-home versions,” said another.

How much does it all cost?

Prices start at just £2 and nothing costs more than £3.

You can microwave this little beauty from frozen in two minutes (Credit: Iceland)

If you ask us, the prices are just as good as Rishi Sunak’s Eat Out To Help Out, which ended at the end of August.

And, what’s more, you don’t even have to leave the comfort of your own home to pick up the range.

You can buy it in store and online now!

Head to our Facebook page @EntertainmentDailyFix and tell us if you’ll be buying the range.

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