I tested Iceland's party food range – here's what you should get for New Year's Eve, and the items to avoid | The Sun

WITH New Year's Eve around the corner, many of us will be starting to think about what we’ll be doing to welcome in 2023. 

You might be having friends and family over, so will need some party food to keep everyone going until midnight. 

Luckily one foodie has tested Iceland’s party food range to let you know what’s worth spending your money on. 

Becca, known online as @beccaeatseverything, regularly shares food reviews with her 64,000 followers.

In a recent video, the foodie tested the supermarket’s mini pasties, samosas, steak bakes and filo prawns. 

First up are the Mini Beef Pasties, costing just £2.50 


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“Really nice pastry, filling was minced beef, had a good amount of filling. 7/10.”

Next up, Becca tried the Vegetable Samosas. 

“Nice array of vegetables coated in a lovely spice. 8/10. 

“Mini Steak Bakes. Really lovely pastry and filling was delicious pieces of steak. 8.5/10.”

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Finally, the taste tester tried the supermarket’s Filo Prawns, priced at £2.50. 

“Half of it was just pastry and then a very small tasteless prawn. Not great. 2/10.”

Fans loved Becca’s honest review, with the video gaining more than 3,700 likes and 115,000 views. 

In the comments, the foodie’s followers shared their opinions on the brand’s party food, with one writing: “The duck spring rolls are amazing !!!”

Another said: “The steak bakes and pasties are great for little ones as well I always mention this to customers and they agree good idea.”

A third put: “I love the spring rolls from this range.”

The keen bargain hunter has also compared Aldi and M&S’s picky bits to let you know where to head for your food shop. 

In a recent video, she tested out the two supermarkets’ bitesize chicken options, including mini kievs and southern fried chicken bites. 

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Fans loved hearing her opinions, with the video gaining more than 2,500 likes and 144,000 views. 

In the comments, her followers praised her for not gatekeeping, with one writing: “Hi! Thanks for all the reviews now I know what to get my fussy family to eat at Christmas! Ur amazing!”

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