If you’re a gamer who just can’t tear yourself away from your console long enough to enjoy Christmas dinner with the family, one tech company has come up with a solution. Tech retailer GAME has created what they call a “Christmas Tinner,” an entire Christmas meal packed in a can.
The meal, which costs less than $3, has been around since 2013, and originally featured layers of turkey, potatoes, broccoli, bread sauce, sprouts, stuffing and mince pies. And yes, they even offer vegan and vegetarian options, which feature a 12-layer plant-based dinner.
- The vegan option includes layers with chocolate cake with custard, vegan gravy, mushroom wellington, pigs in aubergine blankets, tofu, stuffing, and veggies like squash, carrots, sprouts and broccoli, red cabbage and parsnips, vegan cheese, olives and grapes and vegan bacon.
- The vegetarian option also features nut roast, cauliflower cheese, gingerbread pancakes, Toblerone, potatoes halloumi and veggies.
But if you didn’t already get your hands on one . . . you've missed out. According to the company, they are already sold out. Sorry!
Source:New York Post