A FOOD fan has shown the massive roast dinner she purchased for just £3.29 from Toby Carvery and we can’t believe how much food she received.
The woman shared the video of her goodies on her TikTok account, lucyelizabeth1993, where it has gone viral with over 300k views.
Lucy shared her whopping Too Good To Go bag haul on TikTokCredit: @lucyelizabeth1993/Tiktok
Toby Carvery was founded back in 1985 and has over 150 restaurants in the UKCredit: Alamy
Lucy Elizabeth, a 28-year-old teacher from the UK, used the app Too Good To Go to purchase the bag of food.
The app connects hungry Brits with restaurants and supermarkets with leftover food in a bid to reduce food waste.
With Too Good To Go, shoppers can buy food at a discounted price, making sweet savings.
You pay through the app and get given a slot before closing time to go and pick it up.
In her haul, she received seven Yorkshire puddings, a huge tub of gravy, roast potatoes, mash potatoes, stuffing, carrots, red cabbage, sausages, turkey and gammon.
Lucy picked up the bag in Gorleston, Norfork and was very impressed with how much food she received from the bag and said she couldn’t wait to tuck into it.
Lucy is no stranger to the Too Good To Go app and often posts videos of her bargain buys on TikTok from a variety of shops such as; Starbucks, Morrisons, Millie’s Cookies and M&S.
Users were blown away by the bag of goodies she picked up from Toby Carvery, and one woman said she had ordered a bag as well which weighed around 3kg and was eating it for a few days after.
One person said: “I’m really hungry now. Looks like you have plenty, fancy sharing, did you have to heat it up?”
Another added: “I now want a Yorkshire pudding at 1am.”
A third user commented: “Loads of Yorkshires lol, wow deal of the century.”
Whilst people were excited to try the Toby Carvery bag, many users spoke highly of the Greggs bags which seem to have the best bargains.
One wrote: “Love getting good to go bags especially Greggs.”
Another user said: “I love Too Good To Go, Greggs is the best!”
Lucy was astonished by the amount of Yorkshire puddings and meat she got from the bagCredit: @lucyelizabeth1993/Tiktok
Meanwhile, a mum has saved £1k by freezing bargain buys and says she can feed her family until Christmas.
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