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Variety Pack

A Selection of our Favourite Cornish Pasties

Can’t decide which pasty you want to try? Order our variety pack: a selection of 10 of our best selling pasties, all specially handmade for you:

  • 2 Medium Steak Pasties
  • 2 Peppered Steak Pasties
  • 2 Chicken Pasties
  • 2 Vegetable Pasties
  • 2 Cheese & Onion Pasties

£46.00

Please allow a minimum of 3 working days from ordering.

Orders placed before 2pm will be received on the 3rd working day after the date of order. E.g. Tuesday for Thursday, Saturday for Wednesday

Deliveries are made by a third party courier service from 8am until 8pm, Tue – Friday, please let us know any delivery instructions when placing your order.

We don’t deliver to Glasgow, Scotland or any islands e.g. Isle of Wight.

If you have  any more questions about our delivery, call our team on 01736 786 195.

Allergy Advice: Contains: Gluten, Milk, Mustard, Celery and Soya. Made in a bakery which uses nuts.

Our pasties are delivered baked and chilled in a poly box, We recommend that you refrigerate your pasties between 2 and 5 °C as soon as possible. If you wish to freeze your pasties, they should be frozen on the day of delivery and use within the following time-frames:

Food Freezer*** up to three months

Refrigerator – 24hrs

The pasties may be eaten hot or cold.  To heat your Warrens Bakery Pasty, we recommend placing it on a baking tray in a preheated oven at 180- 200°C (350-400°F­ or Gas Mark 6) and baking for the following times:

20-25 minutes – Steak, Peppered Steak and Chicken Pasties

15-20 minutes – Vegetable and Cheese and Onion Pasties

If your pasties are frozen, allow them to defrost thoroughly in the refrigerator before reheating.

NOTE Remember, over temperatures do vary and our baking time is based on the average oven.

We do not recommend heating pasties in the microwave.

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