Iceland shoppers rush to buy McDonald's dupe you can make at home – and fans say they're 'delicious' | The Sun

FOODIES are rushing to Iceland to bag a dupe of a popular McDonald's snack they've dubbed "delicious".

McDonald’s fans were thrilled when the chilli cheese bites made a comeback for the autumn menu.

Now Iceland shoppers have found a similar product for just £3.50, and they're ready in less than 20 minutes.

One person took to Facebook to share the dupe they had spotted in Iceland stores. 

The TGI Fridays Jalapeno bites come in a box of 10 and can even be ready in just 12 minutes if you pop them in an airfryer.

One keen fan posted them to New Foods UK on Facebook, generating a barrage of enthusiastic comments underneath.



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One shopper wrote: "They look delicious".

Several others tagged friends and family, insisting they should give them a go.

And one keen foodie even enthusiastically penned: "Holy moly".

The 250g pack contains 10 breaded nacho cheese bites for £3.50. 

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They're also included in a 3 for £10 mix and match offer at the discount supermarket.

It's not the only dupe to appear on Iceland's shelves this year.

Shoppers realised they could buy Iceland's Pop Tarts and save a whopping £52 a year by choosing the off-brand snack.

And fans of the popular shop chain have been going wild over their new dessert treats based on iconic chocolate bars spotted on shelves.

The discount supermarket is selling Snickers filled chocolate shells and Galaxy profiteroles, and fans say they're perfect for Christmas.

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