Morrisons unveils £15 Valentine’s menu featuring beef wellington and white chocolate profiteroles

MORRISONS has unveiled its £15 three-course meal for two for Valentine’s Day, and it includes starters, main courses, desserts and more.

Couples planning a romantic meal indoors are spoiled for choice — the meal offering’s menu ranges from seafood to steak, and there are options for vegans, too.


Morrisons unveils its menu for two before Valentine’s Day
Profiteroles would normally cost £3 apart from the Valentine's Day offer


Profiteroles would normally cost £3 apart from the Valentine’s Day offer

The store is just one of several supermarkets offering a Valentine’s Day menu, alongside Sainsbury’s.

What can I get in the deal?

Morrisons have only included selected items from their The Best range.

Kicking off the romantic spread are the starters, and Morrisons has five different options to choose from.

You can buy a two-pack of scallop and king prawn thermidors, which will usually cost you five cents, or opt for a roasted mushroom pate if you’re vegan, usually priced at £4.

For main courses, you have a choice of seven choices.

You can have a beef wellington, which usually costs £12 on its own, or opt for the meatless version – the beefless wellington, usually £5.

This is the only main option for meatless eaters.

Some other choices include a lasagna, which normally costs £6, or pork tenderloin wrapped in prosciutto, normally £7.50.

Your main dish comes with a selection of sides, two of which are vegan, and you can only grab two sides in total out of the seven available.

These include thick fries, cauliflower cheese or carrots and kale in an orange vinaigrette, all usually costing £2.75 outside of the offer.

And in the true spirit of indulgence, shoppers can also grab an alcoholic bev and dessert as part of the £15 offer.

There are six desserts to choose from, including raspberry and white chocolate profiteroles, crème brûlées and Belgian chocolate brownie puddings – this option is suitable for vegans.

A few alcoholic options include a De Los Rios Rioja Crianza, which is said to be the most expensive option outside of the offer, priced at £7.50, or a Pinot Grigio Rose at £7.50.

Depending on the items you choose, you could save over £18 in total.

When can I buy the offer?

For impatient beavers, the offer is already available online since yesterday, January 26th.

The average price for a home delivery slot with Morrisons is £3.89, but regulars can buy a Morrisons delivery pass to save money – a monthly pass costs £5.

For in-store shoppers, you can expect to see the offer on shelves starting February 6, and it will run until stores close on February 14.

For a complete overview of the menu, go to the Morrisons website.

The Sun also took a look at Sainsbury’s Valentine’s Day menu, also priced at £15.

And while the January sales continue through the final days of the month, why not take a look at the deals you can shop ahead of Valentine’s Day.

If you’re looking to pop the question, ASDA and Poundland have you covered with their £1 engagement rings.

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