Buying our Boxing Day Party Food

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Christmas is a time of tradition, and we tend to follow the same sort of pattern every year. Christmas Day starts with the girls opening their stockings on our bed, this is followed by them rushing downstairs to see if Santa has been and left them any presents.

Once they've been ripped open and we've managed to get them to eat some breakfast in with all the excitement. We then get dressed into something Christmassy and head over to the In-Laws to enjoy the rest of the day.

For Boxing Day all the family tends to come to ours for lunch and dinner. As we've enjoyed our turkey and way too much food on Christmas Day we usually go for party food. This year this has been my department to look after so I've headed to Iceland to pick up some items from their frozen party food range.

The beauty of frozen food is that you can get it in advance and pop it straight in the freezer. I'm not a fan of rushing around a couple of days before Christmas only to get there and find there's nothing left. At least with buying frozen you can get exactly what you want without having to stress about it...that really is the #PowerOfFrozen

Here's a vlog I made of Aly and I visiting my local Iceland store and this is what we selected for Boxing Day.

What we noticed was the amazing choice that they had. There seemed to be so many different things not just in the party food range but everything from Christmas starters to various different meats.

As you can hopefully see from our vlog when we entered our store all the Christmas party foods was right there and was the first thing we saw. I personally loved the way it grabbed our attention from the moment we got there from the party bites to the starters and on to the selection of meats.

The question is what do I start eating first?

This post is in collaboration with Iceland Foods. Check out their full range of party foods, which are also available in store.