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Christmas Dinner in a Self-Heating Can

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Cooking Christmas dinner is such a chore - buying the turkey, working out the cooking time, fitting it in the oven, timing the vegetables. And you're going to miss The Snowman while you're doing it.

Well, thankfully HotCan have come to the rescue, with this amazing/frightening Christmas dinner in a can. And the thing even cooks itself, via a slow release exothermic reaction. Just pierce the outer jacket, wait twelve minutes, and - before you can say Rudolph - your meal is ready.

Consisting of turkey casserole with winter veg, chipolatas, stuffing balls and cranberry jelly, the meal is nutritionally balanced, so no festive overindulgence for you this year.

You won't need to miss a second of Noel's Christmas Presents - and the only washing up will be a fork. What's not to like?

Buy from Firebox here

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