and the best is pricey but a clear winner

We tested high-street Christmas sandwiches  –

Rating the sarnies between 1 and 5, with 5 being the best, we reviewed each one on their affordability and how Christmassy they really tasted.

Morrison’s: Plant Revolution No Turkey & Stuffing Price: £2.85  Rating: 3  While it was enjoyable, it lacked some flavour. It's a solid choice for those who don’t eat meat.

Sainsbury’s: The Ho Ho Hot One Price: £4.25  Rating: 4  It was tangy with a hint of spice and while I enjoyed it, it didn’t quite taste like Christmas.

M&S: Jingle Brie-LT Price: £4.50 Rating: 3 It was delicious as a sandwich, but I found the bread quite hard for brioche.

Waitrose: Brie & Cranberry Price: £3.75  Rating: 4  The combination of the flavours was very Christmassy and it's a great option for vegetarians looking to get into the festive spirit.

Sainsbury’s: Christmas Cracker Club Price: £4.50  Rating: 5  While it might be on the pricier side, this sandwich tasted Christmassy and did not stinge on ingredients either.

Waitrose: PlantLiving: Vegan Bubble & Squeak Sandwich Price: £3.50 Rating: 4  Waitrose knows what it’s doing as the vegan sandwich completely took me by surprise in the best way possible.