Winter is made for staying indoors, but this doesn’t mean that your food choices need to be boring. Thankfully, this chilly season, Woolworths is upgrading the status of comfort food with an array of brand new soups, heat-and-eat breads, easy-to-cook meals and easy-to-bake desserts that will have your mouth watering!
Woolies has become synonymous with a fantastic soup selection at winter, and the new variety of delicious options are geared to feed your cravings. From Fresh Ten Vegetable Minestrone, to Spicy Lentil and Vegetable, and Sweet Potato & Orange – each soup is made from the best quality ingredients and crammed with delectable flavour.
And what’s a soup without a scrumptious chunk of warm bread? Crafted using authentic recipes, Woolworths’ variety of Heat & Eat breads are a must-have this winter. Try the Olive, or Thyme & Garlic Ciabatta, and your stomach will thank you!
Impress with hassle-free, restaurant-quality roasts and curries for every occasion, new from the Easy-to-Cook range. Packed with flavour and guaranteed to cook to perfection, choose from dishes including beef fillet with horseradish and barley stuffing, slow-cooked lamb and coconut curry with yoghurt raita, or Indian style prawn curry—perfect for easy entertaining.
As for sweets, the new selection of Easy-to-Bake desserts is fail proof every time and will have friends and family marvelling at your skill (if you’re happy to share, that is). Try the self-saucing chocolate pudding, decadent chocolate brownie, or no-flop meringue mix.
Of course Woolies also has your all-time winter favourites at the ready, with an array of rusks (imagine dipping a locally made banana loaf rusk into a large mug of single origin coffee right now); and in-season citrus fruits, such as organic lemons, ClemenGold™ baby mandarins, seedless oranges and more to tickle your fancy.
Whether it’s a Friday night in or a cosy family lunch, Woolworths has your sorted this winter from start to dessert! Pop into store to take your pick, or visit www.woolworths.co.za to shop online.
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