Iceland brings back its triple burger bun so you can make a MacDonald's Big Mac at home

ICELAND has brought back it's popular triple bun so customers can recreate a McDonald's Big Mac at home.

The supermarket says it is the perfect size to fit two burger patties, gherkins, lettuce and sauce.

It's made from brioche topped with sesame seeds and is sliced into three layers.

The buns cost just 69p for a pack of two.

Iceland has also released a recipe to help you create your very own burger sauce – all made from ingredients on its aisles.

To create a homemade Big Mac sauce simply mix the below ingredients until well combined:

  • 115g mayonnaise
  • Four pickles, finely chopped
  • One tbsp yellow mustard
  • ½ tsp onion granules
  • ½ tsp garlic granules
  • ½ tsp paprika
  • ½ tsp sugar

Of course, Iceland isn't just selling the buns. It also has all the other ingredients you need for your Big Mac creation.

The frozen food specialist is selling 100 per cent British beef quarter pounders costing just £2.00 for four.

You can pick up 10 British mature cheddar cheese slices for £2, an iceberg lettuce for 65p, a kilogram of onions for 90p and and Mrs Elswood burger gherkins at £1.00 for 670g.

Some Iceland stores have reduced their trading hours.

These vary by store, depending on peak times and the number of staff.

You can check using the Store Locator but Iceland warns this may not always be up to date.

Iceland offers two options for home delivery.

You can shop in store and receive free delivery for orders over £25.

Alternatively, you can order online for free delivery if you spend £35.

Like most supermarkets, Iceland is suffering from over-demand on its delivery slots.

It has asked customers to visit stores where possible, but new delivery options are added every day if you need one.

Iceland has around 960 stores in the UK and you can find your nearest one here.

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