Make your family barbecue even easier with these deals on pre-prepped food packs

THE arrival of summer – and hopefully better weather – has got me in the mood for barbecued food.

I love the pre-prepped packs for grilling that you can start cooking in a jiffy — and they are great for entertaining.

Today I have rounded up some of my favourites and where to buy them.

ALDI: If you are after a quick, bargain barbecue (maybe just for your household), nip to Aldi for a super-cheap selection of meaty goodies with the Oakhurst 24-piece barbecue pack for £4.49. You get 1.8kg of meat and it’s the cheapest pack of this size I’ve found.

MUSCLEFOOD: This brand is great for bulk buying meat and it has launched two new barbecue boxes to cater for your garden get-togethers.

Featuring a range of high-quality meat and enough for up to six people, the new Reunion barbecue box includes everything from jumbo hot dogs to MuscleFood’s own melt-in-the-middle cheeseburgers, for just £28.
Those looking for a wider choice can opt for a bigger hamper. The Scorching barbecue selection, filled with ten of MuscleFood’s favourites, is £32.

You slice a fiver off your next order by signing up to the mailing list.

HECK: Just in time for Father’s Day, Heck has a terrific selection that would also make a great gift.

In the current bundle you get a limited- edition “Dad” pack of its Family Favourite sausages, simply chicken chipolatas, vegan Italia chipolatas, chorizo-style 97 per cent pork burger, chicken Italia burger and ultimate vegan burger. There is also a four-pack of Great Heck alcohol-free IPA.

It costs just £10, but the contents would total £19 if bought separately.

MORRISONS: The supermarket’s food boxes go down a treat with me. They are always jam-packed and hassle-free.

Its current barbecue box costs £35 and has everything from burgers to brownie bites.

The price also includes delivery, so it saves you a trip to the shops.

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Deal of the day

NO need to splash out too much on outdoor fun.

Wilko is selling a 160 x 100 x 50cm paddling pool for just £15.

Cheap treat

WHIP up a seafood treat with Tesco Finest raw jumbo king prawns. Normally £3.75, but £3 when using a Clubcard.

SAVE: 75p

What’s new?

ALDI is selling a 28oz steak this week, just in time for Father’s Day tomorrow.

The Godfather British rump steak is available in store for £7.99.

Top swap

YOU could snack on Tyrrell’s crisps, currently down from £2.30 to £1.15 at Sainsbury’s, but to crunch your spending even more, Deluxe crisps from Lidl are just 85p.

SAVE: 30p

Giselle’s little helper

LAYBUY has a new digital card that allows customers to pay for goods in instalments at stores.

The buy-now, pay-later scheme was initially for online use only but can now be used with a tap of your phone at the tills.

You can find details on the Laybuy app.

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